Of Chastity and Power: Elizabethan Literature and the Unmarried Queen

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Index

a
absolutism 41 , 64 , 70 , 118-19 , 120 , 149 ;
courtly cult 62 , 63 , 111 ;
Diana/moon 44 , 50-4 , 84 , 135 ;
divinity of monarch 38 , 131 ;
Elizabethan 64 , 73-9 , 88 , 111 , 135 ;
English 37 , 62 ;
French 37 , 38 , 44 , 50-4 , 62 , 64 , 84 , 135 , 172 n, 174 n;
Renaissance 1 , 9 , 37 , 38 , 64 , 73 , 83 , 84 , 135
Actaeon 4-5 , 42 , 43 , 45 , 141 ;
and Diana 28-9 , 99 , 137-8 , 164 , 170 n;
and wild man 77 , 92 , 94-5
action 84 , 85 , 86 , 87 , 154 ;
chivalric 102 , 154 ;
and contemplation 14 , 25-6 , 84 , 102 , 107 ;
military 90 , 99 , 118
Alençon, due d’ 103 , 106 , 122
Amazons 68 , 86 , 95 , 117 , 160 , 161 , 162-3 , 178-9 n
Apollo 40 , 41 , 42 , 43 , 44 , 47 , 57 , 109 , 131 , 132 ;
and Diana 39 , 40 , 47 , 51
aristocracy 16 , 17 ;
Elizabethan 64 , 73-9 , 84 , 88 , 106 , 176-7 n
Aristotle 32 , 118 , 155
Astraea 39 , 40 , 41 , 48 , 135 , 164 ;
Diane de Poitiers as 51 ;
Elizabeth I as 63 , 64
Athene 162 , 170 n
Axton, Marie 67 , 95 , 98 , 99
Aylmer, John 69 , 70

b
Bardon, Françoise 47
Bembo, Pietro 37 ;
Gli Asolani46
body, female 80 , 123 , 137 , 138 , 142
body natural 135 , 155 , 159 , 161
body politic 67 , 90 , 95 , 135 , 148 , 151 , 152 ;
Elizabeth I as 84 , 100 , 130 , 158 , 161 , 172 n
Boethius 19 ;
De Consolatione Philosophiae15
Boleyn, Anne 5-6 , 71 , 72
Bruno, Giordano 32 , 83 , 126 ;
Cena de le ceneri76 ;
De Gli Eroici Furori46
Burghley, Lord (William Cecil) 69 , 74 , 75 , 107 , 111 , 114

c
Calvinism 6 , 69 , 84 , 88
Castiglione, Baldessare:
Il Cortegiano37 , 38 , 42-3 , 45 , 112 , 118
Catholicism 33 , 81 , 82 , 102
Cave, Terence 53
Cellini, Benvenuto:
‘Nymph’, Diana as 44 , 45 , 51
Chapman, George:
The Shadow of Night6 , 139-45 , 143
Charles IX 57 , 58
chaste beloved 4-5 , 9 , 18 , 145passim
chastity 13 , 28 , 104 , 136passim
chivalry 76 , 86 , 92 , 102 , 105 , 106
Chretien de Troyes 17 ;
Yvain91
Christ 29 , 60 , 70 , 127 , 158 ;
and Elizabeth I 65 , 79 , 96 , 98 , 101 , 107 , 114 , 128 , 151 ;
as logos12 , 13-14 , 22 , 23 , 79 ;
parallels with 20 , 22 , 23 , 46 , 128 , 141 , 157 ;
-like powers 104 , 109
Christian thought/doctrine 3 , 4 , 9 , 14 , 15 , 18 , 30 , 46
colonialism 92 , 148 , 149 , 179-80 n
contemplation 16 , 20 , 21 , 31 , 32 , 103 , 105 , 111 , 125-6 ;
and action 14 , 15 , 25 , 84 , 102 , 107 , 131
Conti, Natale 129 , 139 , 141
court, Elizabethan 1-2 , 61 , 74 , 81-2 ;
female sphere 6 , 114 , 122 , 123
courtier(s), male Elizabethan 1 , 73-9 , 81 , 90 , 92 , 107 , 108 , 111 , 126 , 155 , 163

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