Monarchy and Incest in Renaissance England: Literature, Culture, Kinship, and Kingship

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Abcll, Thomas, 33, 35-36
Adams, Morton, 24
Alençon, Francois, duke of, 50-51
Alpers, Paul, 80
Ambrose, Saint, 77
Amoretti, 83
Amussen, Susan, 149, 154
An liceat cuiquam ducere uxorem fratis, 30
Anderson, Donald, 125
anthropology, 20-28, 42-44, 138-42
Aquinas, Saint Thomas, 33-34, 78, 164
Arens, Walter, 21, 139, 144, 164-65
Arthur, Prince of Wales, 1, 28
Ashley, Leonard, 57
Atheist's Tragedy, The ( Tourneur), 15, 93-97, 99
Augustine, Saint, 26, 32; The City of God, 26; "Of Lying," 32
Axton, Marie, 160, 165-66
Bacon, Sir Francis, 105
Barker, Francis, 127, 169
Barnes, Barnabe, 92
Beard, Thomas, 24
Beaumont, Francis, and John Fletcher, 99, 101-3, 105-7, 110, 167; A King and No King, 15, 93, 99-106, 109-10, 168
Belsey, Catherine, 17, 128, 134, 136, 169
Bennett, Joan, 169
Benvenuto, Bice, 8
Bevington, David, 52, 56-58, 60, 166
Bible, 1-2, 31-32, 139-40; Deuteronomy, 32; Genesis, 31-32, 77, 166; Leviticus, 1, 29-33, 55, 139, 164; II Samuel, 60, 166
Bingham, Carolyn, 88, 92
Blackburn, Ruth, 61
Blackwood, Adam, 47, 55
Bloch, Iwan, 151
Boleyn, Anne, 1-2, 11-12, 14, 28-29, 39, 44, 47, 56, 70, 72, 75
Boleyn, George, 12, 4-7, 56
Boleyn, Mary, 39
Bourdieu, Pierre, 5, 42-43, 165, 167, 170-71
Boyle, Robert, 140
Bradbrook, M. C., 94, 167
Bradley, A. C., 63, 65
Braunmuller, A. R., 59
Broadbent, J. B., 169
Brundagc, James, 148
Bueler, Lois, 12, 160-61
Burke, Kenneth, 23, 111, 14-8, 170-71
Burton, Robert, 25
Cajetàn, [Cardinal] Tommaso de Vio, 34- 35, 38
Cambises ( Preston), 51-54, 56-57, 95
Camden, William, 49
Capellanus, Andreas, 105
Catherine of Aragon, 1-3, 11, 13, 21, 28- 41, 44, 46, 55, 63-64, 70-72, 75, 77, 152, 164
Cecil, Thomas, Earl of Exeter, 92
Cecil, William, Lord Roos, 92-93
Certaine Arguments to Pwmote the Ministery of the Gospell, 92
Certayne Questions Demaunded...by the Noble Realme of Englande, 74
Chapman, George, 12, 84-85
Charles I, King of England, 12-13, 16, 91, 107, 113-37
Charles V, King of Spain and Holy Roman Emperor, 40
Cheffaud, P. H., 58
City of God, The ( Augustine), 26
Clcmcn, Wolfgang, 51
Clement VII, Pope, 3, 40
Cohen, Yehudi, 20
Copia delle lettere del Sereniss. Re d'Inghilterru, 74
Coronation, The ( Shirley), 16, 116, 127-29, 131, 161
Court Secret, The ( Shirley), 161
Cranmer, Thomas, Archbishop of Canterbury, 30

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Monarchy and Incest in Renaissance England: Literature, Culture, Kinship, and Kingship
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • Introduction 1
  • I- Henry VIII and the Political Uses Of Incest Theory 19
  • 2. Incest and Tudor Literary Politics 42
  • 3- James I and the Fabrication Of Kinship 86
  • 4. the End of Kingship? 113
  • 5- Conclusions: the Politics of Incest Theory 138
  • Afterword 157
  • Notes 159
  • Bibliography 173
  • Index 185
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