Presenting Gender: Changing Sex in Early-Modern Culture

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Index
Abelove, Barale, Halperin: Gay Studies Reader, 195
Abrams, M. H.: Glossary of Literary Terms, 77
Alexander, William (Earl of Stirling), 52–53
Allestree, Richard: The Whole Duty of Man, 255–56
Alleyn, Thomas (actor), 99
Anderson, W. S. (translator of Ovid), 173, 175
Anne, Queen of Britain, 209, 217, 231, 248
Appleby, Hunt, Jacob: Telling the Truth about History, 195
Arbuthnot, John: physician and poet, 51
Armstrong, John: The Oeconomy of Love, 30–37; Miscellanies, 33; Medical Essays, 33; The Art of Preserving Health, 34
Armstrong, Nancy: Desire and Domestic Fiction, 95
Austin, Gilbert: Chironomia, 100–105, 119
Ballaster, Beetham, Frazer, Hebron: Women's Worlds, 257, 276
Ballaster, Ros: Seductive Forms, 251
Ballaster, Ros (ed): The New Atlantis, 205
Barbauld, Anna: On the Origin and Progress of Novel Writing, 273
Barker, Francis: The Tremulous Private Body, 96
Barker-Benfield, G. J.: The Culture of Sen- sibility, 95
Barry, Charles (actor), 286
Beattie, James (philosopher), 33
Beaumont, Francis, and John Fletcher (playwrights), 67, 114; The Maid's Trag- edy, 67, 114; Love's Cure, 67
Beer, Gillian: "Our Unnatural No-Voice," 78
Behn, Aphra (poet and playwright), 66– 67, 116; The Widdow Ranter, 66; The Feign's Curtizans, 66; Poems on Several Occasions, 90
Bellamy, Henry: Iphis, 176–81
Bellchambers, Edmund (ed.): Apology for the Life of Colley Cibber, 97, 116
Bentinck, William (Duke of Portland), 209–11, 213, 219
Berensade, Isaac de: Iphis et Iante, 199
Bertelsen, Lance: The Nonsense Club, 44
Betterton, Thomas (William Oldys): The History of the English Stage, 97, 108, 118
Bickerstaff, Isaac (pseudonymous author of the Tatler), 14
Bolingbroke, Henry: Remarks on the His- tory of England, 227–28, 230, 232, 243, 245–47; Letters on the Study of History, 228, 250
Bonny, Anne (pirate), 18, 56, 59, 72
Boswell, James (biographer), 32
Boucé, P.–G.: Sexuality in the Eighteenth Century, 14, 139
Bray, Alan: Homosexuality in Renaissance England, 110, 200
Bray, Alan (in Goldberg, J., ed.): Queering the Renaissance, 96
Brewer, John: Pleasures of the Imagination, 39
British Magazine, 278
Bronstein, Debra, 157
Brooten, Bernadette: Love between Women, 173
Brown, John "Estimate," 29, 37–42
Browne, Joseph: St. James's Park, 203; Fox set to watch the Geese, 207, 221
Bulwer, John: Chirologia, 109–13
Burbage, Richard (actor), 99
Burke, Edmund (sublime philosopher), 40
Bute, Earl of, 44, 46
Butler, Judith: Bodies that Matter, 35

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