Understanding a Midsummer Night's Dream: A Student Casebook to Issues, Sources, and Historical Documents

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Index
Abuse, 148, 167–69
Accession Day, 74–75
Actors, 101, 126, 135, 138–39
Allusion, 8–10
Amazons, 22, 24–25, 32–36, 43, 75
Anatomy of Abuses (Stubbes), 84
Anatomy of Melancholy, The (Burton), 106–7, 121
Anatomy of Puck, The (Briggs), 102, 123
Anti-masque, 74. See also Masque
Apuleius, Lucius, 4
Arcite (in Chaucer's “Knight's Tale”), 22–23, 43
Aristotle, 1, 33
Art, 16, 156
Artificers, 51, 55–57, 62–64, 66. See
also Artisans
Artisans, 6–7; in England, 51, 54–55.
See also Craftsmen; “Rude mechani-
cals”
Aske, James, 35–36, 43
Athens, 6–7, 15, 49, 65, 130; in
Chaucer and Plutarch, 22, 24, 32–34
Aubrey, John, 110–11, 122
Audience, 10–12, 15–16, 18, 69, 78–80, 95–96, 101, 161; in history
of performance of A Midsummer Night's Dream, 126, 130, 136, 143–44; and Queen Elizabeth I, 74,
76; on stage, 47, 54; television and
modernity, 151, 154–56
Augustine, St., 116–17
Baggins, Bilbo (in The Hobbit), 182–84, 187
Baggins, Frodo (in The Fellowship of the
Ring), 182–84, 187
Ballet, 128–29, 137
Barber, C. L., 72, 96
Barker, Harley Granville, 128–29, 131, 134–36, 144
Barnet, Sylvan, 129, 146
Bereznai, Steven, 165–67
Blackfriars Theater, the, 52
Blackwood, Gary L., 179–80, 187, 188
Blank verse, 7–8
Bloody Mary (Queen Mary Tudor), 26, 28

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