INDEX
Modern authorities and fictional characters (except where the name is equivalent to a title) are not indexed.
Abesse(L')et les soeurs, 29n, 123, 162
Abondance (Jean d'), 33, 124, 132
Adam le Bossu, 15, 104n
Alcuin, 104n
All for money, 30n
Amis et Amile, 14
Amoureux(Deux), 24, 44n, 101, 123
Amoureux(Farce d'un), 47-8, 123
Amphitryon, 109
Antéchrist(L'), 26, 30, 123
Arbalète(L'), 123
Arden of Feversham, 14
Arquemination (Farce de), 27, 40, 44-5, 47, 123
'assesseur,' 147, 148, 153
Aucassin et Nicolette, 15
Aventureux(L'), 21, 45, 123
Aveugle(L')et son valet tort, 123
Aveugle(Un), son valet et une tripière, 123
Avocat(L')qui se croit mort, 134
Badin, see 'fools'
Badin(Le), la femme, la chambrière, 123
Badin(Le)qui se loue, 34, 123, 129
Barclay, Alexander, 52
Basoche, 17, 29, 53n, 103, 153n
Bataille(La)de Caresme et de Charnage, 25n
Bâtards(Les)de Caux, 35, 123
Bateleur(Le), 27, 123
Beggar (in Les souhaitz du monde), 145n
Belle dame(La)sans merci, 102
Bienavisé et Malavisé, 102
Bien Mondain, 124
Bigot de Monville, 148n
Bis accusatus, 106
blason, 103
Blosseville, 101n, 102
Boccacio, 163
Bodel, Jean, 14
Boleyn, Anne, 52
Bonfons, Jean, 141, 142, 143
Bon payeur(Le), 37, 39, 124, 127
Bossus(Les), 134
Bouteille(La), 124
Braies(Des)au cordelier, 162
Briand, François, 123
Brigand(Le), 124
British Museum Collection, 56, 70, 122, 134, 136, 143, 144, 164
Burleigh, 96
Cailette, 93
Calbain, 109, 110, 111, 113n, 118, 124, 132
Calvarin, Simon, 141, 142, 143, 144
Cantarel, Jean, 125, 126, 134, 143
Caquet(Le)des bonnes chambrières, 20
Carmentrant(Le testament de), 25, 40, 132
Castle of Perseverance, 115n
Cent(Les)nouvelles nouvelles, 32, 58
Chambrières(Les), 20, 46, 124
Chandelier, Baptiste de, 147n
Charles VII, 128
Chaudronnier(Le), le savetier, le tavernier, 32, 44n, 81, 124
Chaudronnier(Un), 124
Chaucer, 49, 50, 71, 73, 76, 79, 86, 104n, 112n, 120
'chauffer la cire,' 57, 58, 67, 68
Chauny, mountebanks of, 17
Chaussard, Barnabé, 101n, 134, 140, 142-3
Chimneysweep, see Ramoneur de cheminées
Chrestien, Nicolas, 136
Cinq(Les)sens de l'homme, 22n, 25, 38, 45, 124
Colin Blowbollstestament, 108n
Colin Clout, 86
Colin fils de Thévolt le maire, 124, 135
Colin qui loue et dépite Dieu, 36n, 39, 124, 135n
Commères(Les Trois), 130
Commères(Trois)et un vendeur de livres, 124, 133
Complainctes et epitaphes du roy de la basoche, 113n
Comptes rendus des échevins de Rouen, 148n, 154n

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  • Title Page 3
  • Acknowledgments 7
  • Contents 9
  • Introduction 11
  • Chapter I - The Family of Farce 13
  • Chapter II - The Matter of Farce 24
  • Chapter III - The Art of Farce 37
  • Chapter IV - The Case Stated 49
  • Chapter V - Pernet and John 56
  • Chapter VI - La Farce D'Un Pardonneur, Pardoner and Friar, the Four Pp 70
  • Chapter VII - Le Dialogue Du Fou Et Du Sage and Witty and Witless 87
  • Chapter VIII - A General Survey 97
  • Appendix A - List of Farces 121
  • Books Summarily Cited and Abbreviations 164
  • Index 169
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