Ventriloquized Voices: Feminist Theory and English Renaissance Texts

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INDEX

a
Achilles 71
Admetus 101
Aeneas 40, 60-1
Aeschrion 125
Agnodicea 150-1n
Alcaeus 121
Alcestis 100-1
Allen, Don Cameron 155n
Althusser, Louis 47
Amazon 32, 34, 36, 43
Anglo-American feminism 5, 17, 25-6, 31, 149n
Anna O. 7-8
Antony, Susan B. 48
Apollo 58, 124
Ardener, Edwin 30
Aretaeus of Cappadocia 4
Argus 81
Aristotle 3, 106
Arms, Suzanne 85
Artegall 32, 34-7, 40-3, 45
Athena 97
Augustus 39, 40, 43, 120
Austen, Jane 15
Aveling, J. H. 84-6, 88

b
Bacchus 37
Bacon, Francis 84, 87, 89
Bakhtin, Mikhail 59
Bald, R. C. 110-11
Barthes, Roland 40-1, 76
Baubo 74-5
Beauvoir, Simone de 48
Beckett, Samuel 76
Belenky, Mary Field 5
Belphoebe 36, 41
Belsey, Catherine 3
Benveniste, Emile 76
Bernini, Gianlorenzo 139
bisexuality 6, 8, 17, 50-3, 68-9
Bordo, Susan 92
Bourgeois, Louise 87, 93
Brathwaite, Richard 4
Breuer, Josef 55
Britomart 32, 41-2
Burton, Robert 97, 147n
Butler, Judith 10, 127
Byatt, A. S. 11

c
caesarean birth 87, 150n
Callicratidas 127
Campion, Thomas 143n
Carew, Thomas 77-8
Castle, Terry 26, 80
Catullus 120
Cave, Terence 146n
Chaloner, Thomas 54
Chamberlain, John 43
Chamberlen, Peter 84-6, 88, 90, 92-3, 150n
Chamberlen, Peter (the elder) 83-4
Chamberlen, Peter (the younger) 83-4
Chamberlen, William 83
Charicles 127
Chaucer, Geoffrey, The Wife ofBath’s Tale,15-16, 28, 59
chora 104, 151-2n
Churchyard, Thomas 140
Cicero 60

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgements ix
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - Travesties of Voice 15
  • 2 - Folly and Hysteria 54
  • 3 - Matrix as Metaphor 76
  • 4 - Ventriloquizing Sappho, or the Lesbian Muse 116
  • Coda 140
  • Notes 143
  • References 158
  • Index 169
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