INDEX
In this index S = Shakespeare
abdication, a dangerous topic, 198, 235
Achillean virtues, in Henry V, 211, 261
Achilles (in Troilus and Cressida), 259, 260
acting style, 44, 90, 148, 269-70
action, men of: in conflict with irresolute, 197; portrayal of their secret inconsistency, 201
actors-see players
Adam (in As You Like It), S's playing of, 185
Admiral's Men, 42, 44, 46, 159n.; reformed by Alleyn, 147-8
aestheticism, Elizabethan, 97
Alarm to England ( Rich), 54 n.
Alexander, William, 327
All for Love ( Dryden), 290-2
All's Well that Ends Well, 316-17
allegory, 95, 96
Allen, Giles, 219
Allen, William, 67
Alleyn, Edward, 46, 51-2, 122, 154, 192, 220; acting style, 44, 148, 269; forms new Admiral's Men, 147-8
Amores ( Ovid), 97
Amoretti ( Spenser), 121
anachronisms, 259, 323
anarchic mood, of S's adult dramas, 308
ancient, crafty, a recognized type, 233-4, 278-9
Anderson, Hans, 172
Antony, 111; his funeral oration over Caesar, 256-7; S's alleged love for, 287; as a demi-god, 289; compared with Dryden's Antony, 291, 292-3; isolated by passion, 298
Antony and Cleopatra, 111, 311 n., 313; and 'Dark Lady', 132; romantic love in, 287, 288, 294; imagery of, 287, 289, 293; sources of, 288-9, 291; compared with Othello, 288; Coleridge and Hazlitt on, 290; 'fiery force' of, 290, compared with Dryden's All for Love, 290-2
apprentices, 25, 156
Apuleius, 171
architecture, Elizabethan, 86, 92, 95, 252
Arden, Mary--see Shakespeare, Mary
Arden, Robert (grandfather), 17, 18, 296
Arden, Forest of, 17-18, 183
Ariosto, Ludovico, 58
aristocracy, in the romantic comedies, 167-8
Aristotle, and Three Ages of Man, 183-4
Armado (in Love's Labour's Lost), identified with Ralegh, 142-3
Armin, Robert, 187, 254
Arte of English poesie, The ( Puttenham), 121 n.
arts, Elizabethan, 88-92
As You Like It, 18 n.; Marlowe the 'dead shepherd' in, 50, 97 n.; lyricism of, 168; S shown as 'social climber' in, 168; sources of, 180; popularity of, 183; moralizings of, 183, 185; an amoral comedy, 184-5; S thought to have played Adam, 185
Ascension Day mummers, 25
Ashton, Thomas, 245
aspiration, in Elizabethan temperament, 81
Astrophel and Stella ( Sidney), 121
atheism, 48-9, 50, 94, 299
attitudes, dramatic, emotions signified by, 84
Aubrey, John, 22, 65, 160, 182, 193, 285, 295 n., 314
audiences, Elizabethan, 40, 43, 53, 57-8, 60, 156-7
Auerbach, Erna, 91 n.
Autolycus (in Winster's Tale), 323-4
Babb, Lawrence, 191 n., 264 n.
Bacon, Anthony, 108, 112, 113 n., 175, 227
Bacon, Francis, 31, 36, 215, 285; and Essex, 111-12, 224; prosecutor m Essex trial, 232, 243, 244
Bacon, Lady Nicholas, 113
Bagot, Anthony, 107
Baines, Richard, 48
Baldwin, T. W., 156 n.
Bandello, Matteo, 180
Bankside, 35, 51, 159, 220, 262, 272, 314
Barnes, Barnabe, 116, 121
Barnfield, Richard, 114 n., 214

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations ix
  • Preface xiii
  • Chapter I - Childhood and Youth 17
  • Chapter II - London Apprenticeship 41
  • Chapter III - The Climate of the Age 66
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