Frederick S. Boas (ed.), The Works of Thomas Kyd

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Academy, The, xvi, xciii
Allde, Edward, printer, xxvi, xxviii n., lv, civ
Allott, R., quotations from Kyd's writings in his England's Parnassus, xxv, lxxviii
Andrewe, Thomas, imitates Kyd in The Vnmasking of a feminine Machiavell, xcvi
Arber, Prof., his Transcript of the Stationers' Company's Register, xxvii, lv, lxv
Arden of Feversham, xxviii n., lxxxix, cvi
Athenaeum, The, xxvii n., lxxxix n.
Ayrer, J., his German adaptation of The Spanish Tragedie, liii n.–liv n., c–ci
Baines, Richard, his Note against Marlowe, lxxii, lxxiii
Baker, Thomas, cvii
Bang, Prof., xxx n.
Barry, Frederick, his Ram Alley, xci
Beaumont, Francis, xci
Belleforest, his Histoires Tragiques, xlvi–xlvii
Binneman, Henry, xxiii
Blount, Edward, printer, lxxi
Bodenham, extracts from Kyd's works in his Belvedere, lxxviii
Branch, Lady Helen, lxxv
Brandl, Prof. A., cvi
Brooke, Mr. J. M. S., xv n.
Buckmaster, Thomas, Rector of St. Mary Woolnoth, xvi
Chomeley, Richard, his 'Atheistic' conspiracy, lxxii–lxxiii
Cicero, quoted by Kyd, xviii
Clark, Mr., xlix
Claudian, quoted by Kyd, xviii
Clerke, W., his praise of Cornelia, lxxvi, lxxviii
Coldocke, Francis, xv, xxiii
Coleridge, S. T., xxxvii
Collier, J. P., civ, cv
Cooke, Prudence, servant to Francis Kyd, xv
classical allusions in it, xviii
blunders occurring in it, xix–xx
similarities to First Quarto of Hamlet, l
and to The Hous. Phil. lxxii–lxxiii
date of publication, lxxiv
dedication to the Countess of Sussex, lxii, lxiv, lxxiv–lxxv
its unfavourable reception, lxxv–lxxvi
possible influence on Shakespeare's Julius Caesar, lxxxiii
modern editions of it, ciii–cvi
Cotton, Charles, his The Scoffer Scoffed, xcix
Creizenach, Dr. W., c
Dekker, Thomas, his Satiromastix, liii, lxxxiv, xci;
A Knights Coniuring, lxxviii, xci
The Seuen Deadly Sinnes of London, xc
Der Bestrafte Brudermord, xlviii
Dodsley, Robert, xiii, ciii–civ
Doleschal, Dr. A., cvi
Don Ieronimo, Marschalk von Spanje, cii
Dowden, Prof. E., xlix n.–l n
Drake, Sir F., xxx n., xxxv
Dutch Church, The, lxvii–lxix
Edwardes, Richard, his Damon and Pithias, xxiii
Field, Nathaniel, xci
First Part of Ieronimo, The;
its prejudicial effect on Kyd's reputation, xiv
date of its composition, xli–xlii
its plot, characterization and style contrasted with those of The Spanish Tragedie, xlii–xliv
wrongly attributed to Kyd, xliv
Fischer, Prof. R., xliv, cvi
Fitzgerald, Edward, lxxxvii
Fitzwalter, Robert Radcliffe, Lord, lxiv
Fleay, Mr. F. G., cvii
Fleischer, Dr. G. O., cvi
Fletcher, John, xci
pg 464 Garnier, Robert; publication of his tragedies, xxiv, xxix;
his Cornelie translated by Kyd, xviii–xx, lii, lxii– lxiii, lxxiv–lxxvi;
his Marc Antoine translated by Lady Pembroke, lxxiv;
Kyd's plan to translate his Porcie, lxxv
Gassner, Dr. H., cvi
Geard, Miles, Rector of St. Mary Woolnoth, xv, xvi
Goodridge, Richard, xcviii
Goodwin, Mr. Gordon, xv, cvii
Greene, R., his Menaphon, xx, xlv
Hales, Prof., xciii
Hallen, Mr. A.W. C., xv n.
Hamlet, the First Quarto of, compared with The Spanish Tragedie, xlvii–xlviii;
traces in it of Kyd's style, xlix–liii
not a homogeneous creation, liv
Harriott, Thomas, mathematician, lxxi, lxxiii
Hawkins, Thomas, xiii, civ
Hazlitt, Mr. Carew, civ–cv
Henslowe, Philip, his Diary quoted, xxviii, xxxix–xli, lxxiv, lxxxi
Herbert, Sir W., lxxv
Heywood, Thomas, his Apology for Actors, xiii, civ;
Hierarchie of Blessed Angels, lxxvii
The Fair Maid of the West, xci
Housholders Philosophie, The; classical knowledge shown in it, xviii;
blunders occurring in it, xix–xx
its discussion of second marriage, liii
dedication to T. Reade, lxii
similarities with Cornelia, lxii–lxiii
throws light on Kyd's views, lxiv
Jeffes, Abell, printer, xxvii
Jonson, Ben; his attacks on Kyd, xxviii–xxx, lxxxiii–lxxxiv, xc;
acts the part of Hieronimo, lxxxiv
question of his authorship of the 'Additions' to The Spanish Tragedie, lxxxv–lxxxix
Julius Caesar, lxxxiii
Keale, Hugh, xvi
Kevall, George, xvi
King Henry IV, lxxxii
King Henry VI, lxxxii
King John, lxxxii
King Lear, xliii
Koeppel, Dr., cvi
Kreyssig, F., cv
Kyd, Ann, sister of the dramatist, xv, xvi
Kyd, Anna (or Agnes), mother of the dramatist, xv, lxxvi
Kyd, Francis, father of the dramatist, xv, xvi, lxxvi
Kyd, John, stationer, xv, lxv
Kyd, Thomas:
birth and parentage, xiv–xv
education and early career, xvi–xxiii
influence on him of contemporary writers, xxiii–xxiv
beginnings of authorship, xxv–xxvi
his play, The Spanish Tragedie, xxvi–xxxix
The First Part of Ieronimo not by him, xxxix–xliv
probably author of the Ur-Hamlet, xlv–liv
and of Soliman and Perseda, liv–lxi
his translation of Tasso's Padre di Famiglia, lxii–lxiv
enters the service of a nobleman, lxiv
writes the Murder of Iohn Brewen, lxiv–lxv
his relations with Marlowe, lxv–lxvi, lxx–lxxii
his arrest and torture, lxvii–lxix
his translation of Garnier's Cornelie, lxxiv–lxxvi
his death, and his parents' 'renunciation,' lxxvi–lxxvii
his character, lxxvii
his influence on Shakespeare, lxxix–lxxxiii
Ben Jonson's attitude towards him, lxxxiii–lxxxix
his influence on other London playwrights, lxxxix–xcii, xcvii–xviii
and on Cambridge writers, xcii–xcvi
adaptations of his chief play in Germany and Holland, xcix–ciii
editions of his plays, ciii–civ
revived study of his writings, cv–cvii
Lamb, Charles, lxxxvi–lxxxvii, cv
Langbaine, his Dramatick Poets, xcix
Latham, Dr., xlviii
Lee, Mr. Sidney, xv, xli n., lxxx, xcvii, cvii
Literature, lxxiii n.
Lodge, Thomas, xvii, xxix, xlvii, xc
Lucan, his influence on Kyd, xviii, xxxii
Luce, Miss Alice, lxxiv n.
Lyly, John, his influence on Kyd, xxiii, xxiv, lxv
Markscheffel, Dr., cv–cvi
Marlowe, Christopher, relations between him and Kyd, xxiv, lxv–lxvi, lxx–lxxi;
accused of blasphemy by R. Baines, lxxii
death at Deptford, lxxii
Marston, his The Malcontent, xlii
May, Thomas, his The Heir, xcvii
Merchant Taylors' School, xvi, xvii, xlv
pg 465 Merchant of Venice, The, xxxiv, lxxxiii, xcv
Meres, F., xxv, lxxviii
Midsummer-Night's Dream, A, xcvii
Morris, John, rector of St. Mary Woolnoth, xv
Much Ado about Nothing, lxxxiii
Mulcaster, Richard, headmaster of Merchant Taylors' School, xvi, xvii
Murder of Iohn Brewen, The, legal terms used in it, xxii;
Euphuistic mannerisms in it, xxiv, lxv
date and circumstances of its publication, lxiv–lxv
reprinted by J. P. Collier, civ
Nash, Thomas, his satirical allusions to the author of the Ur-Hamlet, xiv, xx–xxiv, xxv, xxviii–xxix, xlv–xlvi, xciii–xciv
Newton, Thomas, xxiv
Notes and Queries, xv
Ovid, his influence on Kyd, xviii
Parnassus Trilogy, The, imitation of Kyd's style in, xcii–xciv
Pavier, Thomas, xxviii n.
Peele, George, Farewell to Norris and Drake, xxx n.;
suggested by Schick as possible author of Soliman and Perseda, lxi n.
Pembroke, Mary Sidney, Countess of, her translation of Garnier's Marc Antoine, lxxiv, lxxv
Phillips, Edward, his Theatrum Poetarum, xcix, ciii
Prynne, his Histriomastix, xcvii
Puckering, Sir John, the Lord Keeper; Kyd's letter to, xviii, xxiv, lxiv–lxxi, lxxiii–lxxiv
Raleigh, Sir W., accused of 'Atheism,' lxxi, lxxiii
Randolph, Thomas, his Conceited Pedlar, xcvi
Rare Triumphs of Love and Fortune, cvii
Ravenna, Comedians of, xxiii
Ravenscroft, Edward, lxxx, lxxxi
Rawlins, Thomas, his The Rebellion, xcvii–xcviii
Reade, Thomas, dedication to him of The Housholders Philosophie, lxii
Reed, Isaac, civ
Richard III, lxxxii
Ritzenfeldt, Dr. Emil, lxxx, lxxxii n., cvi
Robinson, Mr. C. J., xvi, cvii
Romeo and Juliet, xxxiv, lxxxiii, xcv
Royden, Matthew, lxxi
Sarrazin, Prof. G., xxii, xxix, xliii, l n., lvi–lvii, lix n., xcii–xciv, cvi
Schlegel, A. W., cv
Schönwerth, Dr. R., ciii n.
Schroer, Prof., lx, lxxix
Seneca; quotations from his tragedies by Kyd, xvii;
English translation of, xxiv
his influence on Kyd, xxxii, xxxiv–xxxv, xlv
Shakespeare, W., his remodelling of the Ur-Hamlet, liii;
coupled with Kyd by W. Herbert, lxxv
suggested by Coleridge as the author of the 'Additions' to The Spanish Tragedie, lxxxvii
imitated by the author of Wily Beguiled, xciv. (See further under his single plays.)
Shirley, James, xci
Smith, W., his The Hector of Germanie, xcii, xcv
Soliman and Perseda; classical allusions in it, xviii;
quarto editions of it, lv–lvi
its relation to Hieronimo's play, lvi–lvii
founded on Wotton's Courtlie Controuersie, xxiii, lvi
compared with The Spanish Tragedie, lvii–lx
differences from Wotton's tale, lx–lxi
question of authorship, lxi
references to it by Shakespeare, lxxvii
modern editions of it, civ–cv
Spanish Tragedie, The:
discussion of degree of classical, historical, and legal knowledge shown in it, xvii–xxii
extant quartos of it in its original form, xxvi–xxvii
questions of its date, xxviii–xxx
and its source, xxx–xxxi
its characteristics as a play, xxxi–xxxix
contrasted with The First Part of Ieronimo, xlii–xliv
compared with the First Quarto of Hamlet, xlvii–xlviii, l–li
with Soliman and Perseda, lvii–lxi
and Titus Andronicus, lxxix–lxxxii
ridiculed by Ben Jonson, lxxxiii–lxxxiv
quartos of it with the 'Additions,' lxxxv–lxxxvi
authorship of the 'Additions' and their relation to the play, lxxxvii–lxxxix
its influence on later writers, lxxxix–xcix
ballad founded on it, xcvii
adaptations of it in Germany and Holland, xcix–ciii
modern editions of it, ciii–cvi
pg 466 Spenser, Edmund, xvi, xxiii
Statius, quoted by Kyd, xviii
St. Mary Woolnoth, Lombard St., Register of the Church of, xiv, xv n., xvi
Stieler, Kasper, his Bellemperie, ci
Stone, Mr. J. M., lxxiii n.
Strype, his Annals of Church and State, lxviii
Sussex, Bridget, Lady Fitzwalter, fifth Countess of, dedication to her of Cornelia, lxii, lxiv, lxxiv–lxxv
Syceram, Everaert, ci
Symonds, J. A., xxxix n., lxxxvii
Taming of a Shrew, The, cvii
Taming of the Shrew, The, lxxxiii
Tanger, Dr., xlviii
Tasso, T., his Padre di Famiglia, translated by Kyd, xxiv, xxix, lxii–lxiv;
compared to Kyd by Meres, lxxviii
Tersera, an island in the Azores, xxix
Titus Andronicus, ridiculed by Jonson, xxviii;
compared with The Spanish Tragedie, lxxix–lxxxii
Tomkis, J., his Albumazar, xcv–xcvi
Tychborne, Ch., xxv–xxvi, lxv
Ur-Hamlet, The: Nash's attack on its author, xiv, xx–xxi, xxviii–xxix, xlv–xlvi;
its relation to Belleforest's tale, xlvi–xlvii
traces of it in the First Quarto of Shakespeare's Hamlet, xlvii–lii
probable stages of connexion between it and Shakespeare's play in its final form, liii–liv
Van den Bergh, Adriaen, his Dutch adaptation of The Spanish Tragedie, cii
Venus and Adonis, lxxxiii
Verses of Prayse and Ioye, probably written by Kyd, xxv–xxvi
Virgil, his influence on Kyd, xvii, xviii, xxxii, xxxix
Walsingham, Sir T., lxxi
Ward, Dr. A. W., his History of English Dramatic Literature, xci, cv
Warner, Walter, mathematician, lxxi
Warning for Faire Women, A, xc
Watson, Thomas, his Hecatompathia quoted by Kyd, xxiv, xxix;
perhaps imitated, lix
Whalley, Peter, ciii
Whetstone, George, xxiii
White, Edward, printer, xxvii, liv, lv
White, William, printer, xxvi, xxviii
Widgery, Mr., xlviii, cv
Wilson, H. B., xvi
Wily Beguiled, xciv–xcv
Winstanley, William, his Lives of the English Poets, xcix, ciii
Worp, J. A., cii n.
Wotton, Henry, his Courtlie Controuersié of Cupid s Cautels the source of Soliman and Perseda, xxiii, lvi–lxi
Yver, Jacques, xxiii
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