Theatre and Humanism: English Drama in the Sixteenth Century

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Index
Acting, 13–14, 18, 20, 21, 25–48, 198–99, 202–03, 208, 242, 249n7, 308n16
Agnew, Jean-Christophe, 12, 193, 253 n48, 253n49, 256n75, 262n31, 271 n57, 287n68, 302n52
Alexander, Gina, 282n22
Alford, John A., 262–63n36
Altman, Joel B., 11, 102, 169–70, 251 n20, 253n43, 261n21, 273nn14, 20, 281n6, 291n28, 298n11, 300 n28
Appius and Virginia, 100, 104, 106, 107, 143, 146, 156, 291n24
Arber, Edward, 269n23
Aristophanes, 13
Aristotle, 2, 6, 10, 217, 259n5, 283–84 n41, 303n9
Armstrong, William A., 288n75
Ascham, Roger, 14–15, 98, 136, 255 nn61–64, 69, 275n29; Scholemaster, 15, 27, 52, 255n67, 260n16, 269 n23
Ashley, Kathleen, 251n16
Axton, Marie, 273n6, 284n45
Axton, Richard, 250n14, 251n18, 266 n74, 269n17
Axton, Richard and Peter Happé 258–59 n2, 261n29, 264n46, 265nn54, 55, 60, 61, 266nn65, 68, 292n33
Bacon, Sir Francis, 252n30
Baker, J. H., 259n5, 266n66
Baldwin, T. W., 79, 249n4, 273–74n14, 274nn15, 17, 18, 20, 21, 22, 275 n24, 277n48
Bale, John, 12, 233, 250n15
Barber, Lester E., 268n11, 269n24
Barish, J. A., 298n16
Barker, Francis, 69, 251n28, 272n61
Barkan, Leonard, 273n7, 312n48
Barnett, Mary Jane, 255n60
Bartels, Emily C., 194, 302n4, 303n6
Barroll, J. Leeds, III, 302n1
Baskervill, G. R., 300n40
Bate, Jonathan, 306–07n5
Battenhouse, Roy W., 302n3, 305n39
Bavande, William, A Worke of Ioannes Ferrarivs Montanus, touchynge the good orderynge of a comon weale, 101, 104, 195, 280n4, 303n7
Beadle, Richard, 262n36
Beaumont, Frances and John Fletcher, The Knight of the Burning Pestle, 138, 157
Belsey, Catherine, 48, 56, 71, 139, 141, 143, 252nn31–33, 267n78, 270 nn35–37, 272n69, 288n2, 291n28, 292n42, 295n72
Benson, Pamela, 136, 137, 289n7, 289 n8, 289n11, 290nn12–17, 292n43
Bergeron, David M., 250n14, 257n86, 259n3, 266n69, 298n18
Bernard, Richard, Terence in English, 19
Best, Michael R., 298n9
Bevington, David M., 2–3, 5, 6, 7, 11, 19, 54, 73, 142, 157, 184, 249nn5, 6, 251nn17, 22, 23, 26, 253n45, 258 n2, 263n41, 269n30, 273n5, 275 n27, 287n70, 292nn32, 35, 38, 40, 293nn47, 48, 295nn71, 75, 298n17, 301n44, 303n8, 310 n33
Bevington, David and Eric Rasmussen, 255n71
Bible, Deuteronomy, 216–17, 306n42; Luke, 270n46; Psalms, 310n36
Biggs, Murray and Philip Edwards, Inga-Stina Ewbank, and Eugene M. Waith, 304n27
Billington, Sandra, 311n43
Binns, J. W., 254n54
Blamires, Alcuin, 261n29
Blau, Herbert, 263n39

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