Elizabethan Drama, 1558-1642: A History of the Drama in England from the Accession of Queen Elizabeth to the Closing of the Theaters - Vol. 2

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INDEX
Abelard, i, 8.
Aberdeen, i, 494.
Abraham and Isaac, i, 22; ii, 443.
Abraham's Sacrifice, i, 39; ii, 446.
Abram and Lot, i, 42.
Absalom, i, 550.
Absalon, i, 37; ii, 55, 56.
Abuses, i, 285.
Academic drama. See Drama and College drama.
Accoramboni, Vittoria, i, 409.
Acolastus, i, 35, 63-65, 81, 94; ii, 446, 519.
Actæon and Diana, ii, 170.
Actors. See Players.
"Actor-playwright," the, i, 187-192; ii, 375, 376.
Adams, J. Q., Jr., i, 204, 205, 534.
Adamson, Patrick, i, 38.
Adelphe, ii, 75.
Adelphi, i, 461.
Admiral's players, i, 145, 146, 168, 169, 198, 224, 313, 314, 365, 412, 422, 460, 466, 472, 495, 509, 557; ii, 22, 377- 379.
Ælian, i, 439.
Æmilia, ii, 75, 81.
Æschylus, ii, 1.
Æsop, i, 215, 216.
Agamemnon, i, 344, 385, 577; ii, 21.
Agamemnon and Ulysses, i, 123; ii, 3.
Agas, Ralph, i, 157.
Agincourt, i, xxxix.
Aglaura, i, 449, 450; ii, 182, 362.
Ainsworth, William, ii, 75.
Ajax, ii, 56.
Ajax and Ulysses, i, 118; ii, 43, 402.
Ajax Flagellifer, ii, 56, 72.
Alabaster, William, i, 577; ii, 76, 402, 519.
Alaham, i, 448, 577; ii, 11, 340, 496.
Alba, ii, 72, 79.
Albertus Alasco, Prince Palatine of Poland, ii, 59.
Albion Knight, i, 70, 255; ii, 470.
Albion's England, i, 250.
Albion's Triumph, ii, 130.
Albovine, i, 410; ii, 341, 425, 536.
Albumazar, ii, 78.
Alcazar, Battle of. See Battle of Alcazar.
Alcestis, i, 34, 83; ii, 2.
Alchemist, i, xxxv, 168, 170, 206, 469, 470, 505, 508, 531, 539-542; ii, 29, 78, 103, 110, 283, 317, 319, 499.
Alcmæon, i, 118; ii, 3.
Aleman, Mateo, ii, 213.
Alençon, François, Duc d', i, 124, 127.
Alexander, Sir William, later Earl of Stirling, i, xxxii; ii, 7, 13-15, 22, 76, 411, 513.
Alexander VI, Pope, i, 410.
Alexander VI, Life and Death of Pope. See Devil's Charter.
Alexander and Lodowick, i, 379; ii, 20.
Alexander, Campaspe, and Diogenes. See Campaspe.
Alexandræan Tragedy, ii, 14.
Alexias, ii, 234.
Alexius Imperator, ii, 28.
Alfred the Great, i, 253.
Alfredus, i, 253; ii, 84.
All Fools, i, 461, 462; ii, 410, 494, 497.
All for Money, i, 68; ii, 402.
All is True, i, 290.
Allegory, use of, i, 51, 52, 121, 123, 124, 127-131, 139, 231, 289, 454; ii, 124, 266, 456, 501.
Allesandro, i, 462.
Alleyn, Edward, i, xxvi, 144, 160, 185, 196, 211, 224, 225, 313-317, 387, 483, 528; ii, 378.
Alleyn Papers, i, 409, 438, 460.
All's Well That Ends Well, i, 332, 333, 372, 380-383, 398, 403, 411; ii, 409, 491.
Alphonsus of Aragon, i, 194, 227, 228, 244, 406, 408, 428, 552.
Alphonsus of Germany, i, 136, 194, 228, 408, 437, 438, 453; ii, 496.
"Alternation theory" of Elizabethan staging, i, 164-166, 168.
Althorpe, Entertainment at, ii, 101, 102.
Alucius, i, 115.
Amante Liberal, ii, 206, 233.
Amateur performances, i, 521; playwrights, ii, 385.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents of Volume II v
  • XIII- History and Tragedy on Classical Myth and Story 1
  • XIV- The College Drama 51
  • XV- The English Masque 93
  • XVI- The Pastoral Drama 139
  • XVII- Tragicomedy and "Romance" 182
  • XVIII- Later Comedy of Manners 240
  • XIX- Decadent Romance 307
  • XX- The Drama in Retrospect 371
  • Bibliographical Essay 433
  • Index 625
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