Sodometries: Renaissance Texts, Modern Sexualities

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INDEX
In this index an “f” after a number indicates a separate reference on the next page, and an “ff” indicates separate references on the next two pages. A continuous discussion over two or more pages is indicated by a span of page numbers, e.g., “57–59.” Passim is used for a cluster of references in close but not consecutive sequence.
Adorno, Rolena, 284n29
Aeneas, 43, 46, 130ff, 134f
AIDS, 25f
Alarcon, Norma, 284n28
Alliance, 15ff, 69, 120; and sodomy, 19Ç 122; and heterosexuality, 129
Anderson, Benedict, 280n8
Androgyny, 40, 42, 45, 114, 123, 269n10
Antitheatricality, 106, 108ff, 112, 116, 130, 136f
Anus, 49ff, 91f, 158, 174, 192
Ascham, Roger, 79
Auden, W. H., 278n30
Axtell, James, 286n7
Balboa, Vasco Núñez de, 139, 180– 84, 187f, 194, 239
Barber, C. L., 277n20
Barish, Jonas, 140
Barkan, Leonard, 272n35
Barnfield, Richard, 68f
Beilen, Elaine, 267n38
Belsey, Catherine, 269n8
Bennett, Paula, 280n7
Berdache, 138, 189, 191, 216, 279n6.
See also Cross-dressing; Sodomy
Bernal Díaz, 199–205. See also
Cortés, Hernán
Berger, Harry, Jr., 67f, 264n14
Berger, Warren, 8
Berry, Philippa, 41, 58, 259n18
Bestiality, 3, 19, 139, 188, 237ff
Bevington, David, 146, 150, 174
Bhabha, Homi, 280n8
Black legend, 180, 193
Blackstone, William, 3, 8
Boleyn, Anne, 48
Boleyn, George, 48, 55, 260n26
Bowers v. Hardwick, 6–18, 24f, 179, 237, 248f, 254n7, 277n22
Boyette, Purvis, 272n29
Bradford, William, 24, 223–46, 249; and national identity, 224ff, 232f, 235ff, 242; and Indians, 225, 229ff, 233, 244, 286n9; and

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Sodometries: Renaissance Texts, Modern Sexualities
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • Contents xi
  • Preface xv
  • Chapter 1- Intro- Duction ‘That Utterly Confused Category’ 1
  • Part One 27
  • Chapter 2- The Making of Courtly Makers 29
  • Chapter 3- Spenser’s Familiar Letters 63
  • Part Two 103
  • Chapter 4- The Transveftite Stage- More on the Case of Chriftopher Marlowe 105
  • Chapter 5- De­ Siring Hal 145
  • Part Three 177
  • Chapter 6- Dis­ Covering America 179
  • Chapter 7- Bradford’s ‘Ancient Members’ & ‘A Case of Buggery… Amongft Them’ 223
  • Chapter 8- Tailpiece Frome William Bradford to William Buckley 247
  • Reference Matter 251
  • Notes 253
  • Index 289
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