Maximillian E. Novak and George Robert Guffey (eds), The Works of John Dryden, Vol. 13: Plays; All for Love; Oedipus; Troilus and Cressida

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pg 639 Addison, Joseph, 491
Spectator, The, 364, 449, 476, 495
Adriaensz, Jacob, 372n
Advice to Apollo, 406
Aelius, Spartianus, 406
Aeschylus, 454, 455, 507, 528, 529
Oreithyia, 529, 544
Seven against Thebes, 452, 485
Aesop, 409, 422, 434, 505, 539
Agrippa, Marcus, 414
Albermarle, George Monck, 1st Duke of, 396
Aldrovandi, Ulyssis
Ornithologiae, 486
Amyraldus, Moses
Discourse concerning the Divine Dreams Mention'd in Scripture, A, 414
Anne, Queen of England, 378n
Antony, Mark (Marcus Antonius), 368, 388, 414, 416–417, 424–425, 427–430, 433;
first meets Cleopatra, 416, 424;
infatuation with Cleopatra, 418, 423;
relations with wives, 414–415;
and execution of Cicero, 419;
courage of, 420;
and Hercules, 421–422;
brutality of, 425;
identified with Mars, 425
Apollodorus, 433, 452, 453, 455, 458n, 459n, 478, 485, 486, 495, 550, 564
Apollonius Rhodius, 455n
Appian, 379, 400, 420, 423, 424, 427–428
Apuleius
Golden Ass, The, 432
Aquinas, Saint Thomas
Summa Theologica, 434–436
Aristotle, 371, 372, 389, 400, 504n, 505, 5o6n, 535
Poetics, 399, 470, 533, 534, 536, 537, 539, 540, 541, 542, 544, 545
Assigny, Marius d', 559
Aston, Anthony, 444n, 445
Aubignac, François Hedelin, Abbé d', 401
Whole Art of the Stage, The, 531
Augustus, C. Julius Caesar Octavianus, 375, 388, 407, 414–415, 416–417, 419, 420–421, 422, 427, 430–431, 433, 502, 523, 524
Aulnoy, Marie Catherine Jumel de Berneville, Comtesse d'
Memoirs of the Court of England in 1675, 373n
Babrius and Phaedrus, 422, 434, 437, 438
Bacon, Francis
Apophthegms, 405
Bailey, Nathaniel
Dictionarium Britannicum, 554
Baker, Sir Richard
Chronicle of the Kings of England, A, 549
Ball, Henry, 391
Banks, John
Destruction of Troy, The, 444, 499
Rival Kings, The, 388
Barbon, Nicholas
Discourse of Trade, A, 553
Barrough, Philip
Method of Physick, The, 418
Barry, Elizabeth, 364, 378, 445
Bayle, Pierre
Dictionary, The, 529
Beaumont, Francis, 501, 506–507. See also Fletcher, John
Bedloe, William, 565
Bedwell, Thomas, 441n
Behaviour, last Words, and Execution of the Five Grand Jesuits and Popish Priests, The, 498n
Behn, Aphra
Lucky Chance, The: preface to, 479
Prologue and Epilogue to The Feign'd Curtezan, 499–500
Bell's British Theatre, 447, 488
Benserade, Isaac de
Cléopâtre: preface to, 380n
Bentley, Richard, 441, 447–448
Berry, Henry, 498
Bersmanus, Gregorius, 546
Betterton, Mary, 444, 445, 446, 550
Betterton, Thomas, 444, 446, 447, 491, 531, 550
History of the English Stage, The, 377
Birch, Thomas
History of the Royal Society of London, The, 502n
Blair, Robert
Grave, The, 493
Blancard, Stephen (Steven Blankaart)
Physical Dictionary, A, 392
Blome, Richard
Gentlemans Recreation, The, 558559
Boccaccio, Giovanni, 521, 527
Il Filostrate, 509, 530
Bodin, Jean, 394
pg 640 Boghurst, William
Loimographia: Or an Experimentall Relation of the Plague, 474
Boileau, Nicolas, 503, 505, 529, 530, 532, 533, 535
Traité de sublime, 506, 544, 547
Boman, John, 550
Booth, Barton, 364n
Bouche, Paul, 426
Bouhours, Dominique, 503, 527
Remarques Nouvelles sur la Langue Françoise, 525, 526
Boutell, Elizabeth, 363, 377
Boyle, Robert
Certain Physiological Essays, 478
Bracegirdle, Anne, 378
Braganza, Catherine of, 373, 387n
Brandon, Samuel
Vertuous Octavia, The, 381
Brey, Jan de, 372n
Bright, George, 444, 550
Brome, Henry
Poems, 408
Brouilly, Duchess of, 373n
Browne, Sir Thomas
Pseudodoxia Epidemica, 559
Brutus, Marcus Junius, 541
Buckingham, George Villiers, 2d Duke of, 374, 378, 379, 390–392, 396, 403, 404, 406, 408, 462, 551
Rehearsal, The, 388, 407, 440, 471, 546, 551
Two Speeches, 396
Budgell, Eustace, 489
Burbage, Richard, 444
Burnaby, William, 472
Burnet, Gilbert, 420
Burton, Robert
Anatomy of Melancholy, The, 551
Butler, Nathaniel
Six Dialogues about Sea-Services, 431
Bysshe, Edward
Art of English Poetry, 480, 489, 491
C., H.
Plain Englishman's Historian, The, 549
Caesar, Gaius Julius, 423, 427, 433, 470
Canter, Willem, 470
Capell, Edward, 365
Cary, Robert
Palæologia Chronica, 412
Cassius, Gaius, 427
Castelvetro, Lodovico, 545
Caxton, William, 509, 560
Censure of the Rota, The, 546
Cesari, Cesare de, 372
Chamberlayne, William
Wits Led by the Nose, 565
Chapelain, Jean, 525
Chapman, George
Gentleman Usher, The, 480
Charles I, 396–398, 522
Charleton, Walter, 439
Natural History of Nutrition, Life and Voluntary Motion, 392
Chaucer, Geoffrey, 414, 521, 522, 527
Troilus and Criseyde, 509, 530
Chemin Abregé: Or, a Compendious Method for the Attaining of Sciences in a Short Time, Le. See Gentilis, Robert
China and France, or Two Treatises, 421
Choice Ayres and Songs, 600
Cibber, Colley
Apology for the Life of Mr. Colley
Cibber, An, 364n, 444, 445, 446n, 550
Cicero, Marcus Tullius, 419, 425
De Divinatione, 562, 563
De Finibus Bonomem et Malorum, 524
Orator, 389
Philippics, 427
Cinthio (Giovanni Battista Giraldi), 372
City Remembrancer: Being Historical Narratives of the Great Plague at London, 1665, The, 473–474, 475, 476
Clarendon, Edward Hyde, 1st Earl of History of the Rebellion and Civil Wars in England, The, 397
Clarke, Thomas, 363
Claudian
De Consulatu Stilichonis, III, 390
Gigantomachia, 426
Cleopatra VII, queen of Egypt, 368, 418, 423, 429, 431, 433;
iconography of, 372–373, 437;
Roman view of, 375, 379;
status under Roman law, 376, 430;
suspected of fratricide, 414;
meets Antony, 416, 424;
and Julius Caesar, 423;
identified
pg 641 with Venus, 425;
and role in Roman civil wars, 427–428
Cleveland, John, 547
Clifford, Thomas, 1st Baron Clifford ofChudleigh, 391
Coleman, Edward, 498, 551, 565
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor
Essays and Lectures on Shakespeare,366
Coley, Henry
Clavis Astrologiæ Elimata, 417
Collection of SongsCompos'd by Mr. John Eccles, A, 600
Collier, Jeremy
Short View of the Immorality, and Profaneness of the English Stage, A, 486, 489
Colonne, Guido delle
Historia Destructionis Troiae, 509,559,560, 564
Compleat Courtier, The, 584, 600
Complete Collection of State Trials, A,565
Condell, Henry, 530–531
Congreve, William, 378n, 417, 427, 523
Love for Love, 557
Mourning Bride, The, 480
Corey, Katherine, 363, 377
Corneille, Pierre, 503, 504n, 536, 538,542
Discours de la Tragédie, 541
Examen to La Suivante, 468, 531
Galerie du Palais, La, 459n
Médée, 459, 494
Mort de Pompée, La, 387n, 402
preface to, 470, 472,492
Covent Garden Drolery, 476
Coventry, Henry, 390
Cowley, Abraham, 503n
Coysh, John, 363
Cranach, Lucas, 437
Crassus, Marcus Licinius, 541
Creech, Thomas, 408
Cromwell, Oliver, 396, 565
Crosby, John, 550
Crowne, John, 407
Ambitious Statesman, The: dedication of, 500
Misery of Civil-War, The, 500
Prologue to Henry VI, 411
Culpeper, Nicholas, 421
Currer, Elizabeth, 499
Dacier, André, 399
Danby, Bridget Bertie, Lady, 387, 551
Danby, Thomas Osborne, Earl of, 378,390–393, 395, 396, 398, 402, 420,522, 524;
fall of, 498
Daniel, Samuel, 368, 369, 372, 386
Delia and Rosamond, 398
Letter from Octavia to Marcus Antonius, A, 381–382, 399
Tragedie of Cleopatra, The, 372, 375,381–382, 398, 438, 439
Dante, 527
Inferno, 481
Dares Phrygius, 509, 510, 553, 559, 560,564
Dart, John
History and Antiquities of the Cathedral Church of Canterbury, 496
Davenant, Sir William, 407, 440
Law against Lovers, The, 480
Macbeth, 445, 479
Tempest, The, 482, 543
Davies, John, 400
Davies, Thomas
Dramatic Miscellanies, 364n
Declaration of Indulgence, 392
Dennis, John, 376–377, 378, 516n
Impartial Critick, The, 446, 468–469
Descartes, René
Passions of the Soule, The, 392
Desmarets de Saint-Sorlin, Jean, 506
Dekker, Thomas
Rod for Runaways, 423
Dictys Cretensis, 509, 553, 560
Diodorus Siculus, 405
Dion Cassius Cocceianus, 379, 380, 400415, 418, 422, 423, 425, 532
Dionysius, tyrant of Syracuse, 379, 405
Dolabella, Publius Cornelius, 415, 427
Dolle, William, 494
Dorset, Charles Sackville, Lord Buckhurst, 6th Earl of, 369, 406, 412
Dorset Garden Theatre, 491;
performance of Sedley's Antony and Cleopatra in, 366, 411;
Duke's Company in, 441;
performance of Oedipus in, 441;
failure of The Kind Keeper in, 442;
and spectacular effects, 443;
performance of Troilus and Cressida in, 497, 500
Downes, John
Roscius Anglicanus, 363, 444, 499
Dryden, John: and King's Company,363;
and Duke's Company, 363;pg 642judgment of Shakespeare, 368–371,411, 468, 504, 506–510, 538;
adoption of blank verse, 369, 505;
debate with Rymer, 369, 370, 389, 400, 401, 440, 441, 465–469, 473, 504, 505, 522, 528, 533, 535–539;
and French critical theory, 370, 371, 401, 503–505, 522, 528, 531, 533, 535, 540;
judgment of Fletcher, 371;
feud with Rochester, 379, 402–405,408, 409;
judgment of Racine, 380;
attitude toward the heroic, 384, 416, 479–480, 517–518;
and plan for a heroic poem, 398;
collaboration with Lee, 411, 441–443, 447–449, 450–451, 453, 454, 464, 467–469, 478, 491, 510;
and Henry Herringman, 441, 447–448;
as shareholder in King's Company, 441–443;
leaves King's Company, 441–443, 448;
on Lee's dramatic style, 449;
dramatic style of, 449;
on subplot, 466, 470;
on the division of Greek tragedy, 472;
and Jacob Tonson, 497;
and Royal Society, 502, 526;
and an English Academy, 502;
and the English language, 502, 503, 510, 527, 530
Absalom and Achitophel, 393, 395,406, 429, 461, 462, 477
Absalom and Achitophel, The Second Part of, 390, 396, 562
Aeneis, 435–436, 469, 558, 563;
dedication of, 510, 549
All for Love, 442, 476, 481, 486, 517,554;
publication of, 363, 378, 390,447, 469;
original cast of, 363, 377;
stage history, 363–366, 378, 441–442, 572;
Steele's prologue to, 364;
comparison with Shakespeare's Antony and Cleopatra, 364–368, 383;
preface to, 366, 377–380, 389, 400,405, 411, 469, 470, 504, 507, 542,565;
and Sedley's Antony and Cleopatra, 366, 374;
and Daniel's Cleopatra, 368, 372, 375, 381, 438–439;
and imitation of Shakespeare's style, 368–370, 379, 381, 389, 429,507;
sources of, 368, 372, 375, 379–380, 382, 398–399, 420;
Shakespearean echoes in, 370, 385, 416–419, 428, 431, 432, 435, 437–438;
and Charles II's court, 373–379, 387n;
dedication of, to Danby, 378, 390, 498, 524;
and Restoration politics,378;
composition of, 390;
title of, 411;
and anti-clericalism, 414;
borrowings from Shakespeare in, 433,436–437, 439
Annus Mirabilis, 395, 407, 431
Astraea Redux, 447, 491
Aureng-Zebe, 389;
dedication of, 398,406, 407
Authors Apology for Heroique Poetry;
and Poetique Licence, The, 389, 407, 448, 529, 535, 543
Cock and the Fox, The, 414
Conquest of Granada, The, 371, 375,380, 417, 422, 476, 513, 546, 564;
dedication of, 37 m, 401. See also (for preface to) Of Heroique Playes; (for postscript to) Defence of the Epilogue
Defence of an Essay of Dramatique Poesie, A, 524 Defence of the Epilogue, 369, 504,507, 514n, 530, 537
Discourse concerning the Original and Progress of Satire, A, 409
Don Sebastian, 416, 431, 434, 435,554;
preface to, 467n
Duke of Guise, The, 448
Epilogue to Mithridates, 448
Epilogue to Oedipus, 401, 443
Epilogue to Troilus and Cressida, 497
Epilogue to the Wild Gallant reviv'd, 440
Essay Of Dramatick Poesie, An, 400– 403, 409, 450, 451, 460, 468, 472, 504, 506, 528, 531, 533, 535, 538, 541, 547;
dedication of, to Dorset, 406
Examen Poeticum: dedication of, 468
Fables, 527;
preface to, 512
First Book of Homer's Ilias, The, 510
First Book of Ovid's Metamorphoses, The, 436
Georgics, 395, 412
Grounds of Criticism in Tragedy,The. See Preface to Troilus and Cressida.
Heads of an Answer to Rymer, 369– 371, 400, 466, 467, 470, 504, 528, 532, 535, 536, 538, 539, 543, 544, 548
Hind and the Panther, The, 482,492, 555
Horace. Ode 29. Book 3, 557
Indian Emperour, The, 375, 417, 546
pg 643 Kind Keeper, The, 364n, 402, 447, 512,555;
performance of, 442;
failure in Dorset Garden of, 442;
publication of, 448
King Arthur, 433
Last parting of Hector and Andromache, The, 510
Lucretius: The Fourth Book, 410
Mac Flecknoe, 404, 448, 565
Marriage A-la-Mode, 435, 490–491,502n, 533;
dedication of, 404,405
Medall, The, 393, 396
Notes and Observations on the Empress of Morocco, 547, 565
Oedipus, 380, 400, 411, 419, 421, 437,504n, 510, 517, 533, 537, 539, 541,542, 564;
preface to, 389, 410, 451,456, 463, 466–468, 486, 496, 543;
composition of, 441, 442, 448, 462,469;
spectacular effects in, 443, 478,484, 493, 495–496;
Duke's Company performs, 443;
preliminary sketch of, 443;
première of, 443–444;
publication of, 443, 447;
success of, 444, 473;
original cast of, 444–446;
stage history of, 446–447, 449, 495–496;
subplot of, 450, 455–461;
main plot of, 450–456, 460–461;
sources of, 450–461;
and Restoration politics, 461–463;
representation of Shaftesbury in, 462–463;
Shakespearean echoes in, 464, 488;
and Jacobean tragedy, 464–465;
versification in, 467–468, 494;
liaison des scènes in, 468;
songs in, 478–479, 484
Of Heroique Playes, 543
Ovid's Epistles: preface to, 467
Parallel betwixt Painting and Poetry, A, 389, 400, 411, 443, 449, 471
Preface to Troilus and Cressida, 369–371, 389, 400, 402, 411, 446n, 460, 463, 465–466, 468, 473, 503, 504, 507
Prologue Spoken at the Opening of the New House, 441
Prologue and Epilogue to The Princess of Cleves, 448n
Prologue to All for Love, 440
Prologue to Amboyna, 496
Prologue to Aureng-Zebe, 411, 505
Prologue to Love Triumphant, 403
Prologue to The Loyal Brother, 496
Prologue to Marriage A-la-Mode, 406
Prologue to Oedipus, 463, 496
Prologue to The Tempest, 399, 549
Religio Luici, 409, 482
Song for St. Cecilia's Day, 1687, A, 391
Spanish Fryar, The, 389, 522, 555;
dedication of, 478, 533
Speeches of Ajax and Ulysses, The,510
State of Innocence, The, 395, 441, 448, 480. See also (for preface to) Authors Apology for Heroique Poetry; and Poetique Licence
Tempest, The, 370, 482, 510, 543
Translation of the Latter Part of the Third Book of Lucretius, 480, 481
To Mr. Lee, on His Alexander, 448
To My Honour'd Kinsman, John Driden, of Chesterton, 395, 523
Troilus and Cressida, 370, 414, 423, 446, 485;
publication of, 448n, 497;première of, 497;
advertisement of, 497;
title of, 497, 498, 519;
dedication of, to Sunderland, 498, 501–502, 505, 522;
and Restoration politics, 498, 508, 517n, 518–519;
stage history of, 499;
modest success of, 500;
as pathetic tragedy, 501, 504;
and French criticism, 506;
Langbaine's praise of, 508–509;
sources of, 509–510;
as revision of Shakespeare, 510–518, 520–522;
dramatic decorum in, 511–512;
anti-clericalism in, 516, 552–553, 556, 558, 560–561, 564;
liaison des scènes in, 517, 531, 552;
contrast with Shakespeare's play, 517–518. See also Preface to Troilus and Cressida
Tyrannick Love, 388, 543
Vindication of the Duke of Guise, A, 443, 448n, 471, 491
Virgil, translations from: See Aeneis, Georgics
Duke, Richard To Mr. Dryden on his Play, Called, Truth Found too Late, 520
Duke's Company, 444, 446, 480, 500, 534;
and Dryden, 363;
in Dorset Garden Theatre, 441;
performance of The Kind Keeper, 442, 447;
and Oedipus, 442, 443;
members of, in 1678–1679, 444–445
Dupleix, Scipion, 526
Dürer, Albrecht, 437
pg 644 D'Urfey, Thomas
Siege of Memphis, The, 388
Edward, the Black Prince, 496
Epicurus, 520
Elizabeth I, Queen of England, 443
Etherege, Sir George
Man of Mode, The, 402, 446
Euripides, 389, 400, 454, 503, 535, 536
Hippolytus, 402, 430
Iphigenia at Aulis, 504, 532
Medea, 494
Phoenician Maidens, The, 452, 455, 458n, 459n, 485, 495
Suppliants, 458n
Eusden, Laurence, 374n
Evans, Thomas
Oedipus: Three Cantoes, 451, 453–455, 465n, 483, 485, 491–494
Evelyn, John, 503n, 526
Diary, 392, 524
Evelyn, Mary
Mundus Foppensis, 440
Examen of the New Comedy, Call'd
"The Suspicious Husband," An, 367
Exclusion Crisis, 441, 518, 519, 522, 524
F., R.
Letter from a Gentleman to the Honourable Ed. Howard Esq., A, 411
Fairfax, Thomas, 3d Baron, 397
Fane, Sir Francis
Epilogue to Love in the Dark, 493
Farnaby, Thomas, 481, 483, 484, 486
Felton, Elizabeth, 372
Fielding, Henry
Tom Thumb, 479;
preface to, 474
Filmer, Sir Robert, 394
Fletcher, John, 369, 371, 401, 411, 465, 469, 501, 506–508, 530, 538, 539, 549
Bloody Brothers, Or the Tragedy of Rollo, The, 535, 541, 547
Faithfull Shepheardesse, The, 542
False One, The (with Massinger), 382, 387n, 428
King and No King, A (with Beaumont), 465–467, 537, 541–545
Maid's Tragedy, The (with Beaumont), 531–533, 541, 542
Philaster (with Beaumont), 542
Valentinian, 542;
adapted by Rochester, 403
Florio, John, 401, 405
French Academy, the, 502–503, 506, 525, 526
Fuller, Thomas
History of the Worthies of England, The, 489
Fulvia, 414, 424, 430
Gadbury, John
Natura Prodigiorum, 474, 478
Galen (Claudius Galenus), 392
Gallus, Gaius Cornelius, 431
Gamier, Robert, 372
Marc Antoine, 398
Garrick, David, 365, 444, 447, 484
Gautruche, Pierre
Poetical Histories, The, 559, 560
Gennari, Benedetto, 372, 373
Gentilis, Robert, translator
Chemin Abregé: Or, a Compendious Method for the Attaining of Sciences in a Short Time, Le, 525
See also Malvezzi, Virgilio
Gerarde, John
Herball, The, 431, 561
Gildon, Charles
Comparison between the Two Stages, A, 492
Remarks on the Plays of Shakespeare, 501n
Gillow, Thomas, 550
Godolphin, Sidney, 1st Earl of, 523
Goodman, Cardell, 363
Gould, Robert
Play-House, A Satyr, The, 363n, 449
Gower, John, 527
Granville, George
Preface to Heroick Love, 449
Prologue to The Jew of Venice, 364
Green, Robert, 498
Griffin, Philip, 363
Gwyn, Nell, 373n
Hadrian (Publius Aelius Hadrianus), 406
Halifax, Sir George Savile, Marquis of, 523
Hall, John, translator
Of the Height of Eloquence, 529, 532
Hall, Thomas
Wisdoms Conquest. Or, An explanation and Grammaticall Translapg 645tion of the thirteenth Book of Ovids Metamorphoses, 546
Harrington, James, 394
Harris, Henry, 550
Hart, Charles, 363, 440, 531, 532, 537
Harte, Walter, 480
Haselrig, Sir Arthur, 394, 396
Lieut. Colonel John Lilb. Tryed and Cast, 565
Hazlitt, William, 366
Heinsius, Daniel, 524
De Tragoediae Constitutione, 536, 539, 541
Heliodorus
Aethiopian History, 451, 471
Heminge, John, 530–531
Henryson, Robert
Testament of Cresseid, 510
Herringman, Henry, 363, 441, 447, 448
Hesiod, 426
Epigoni, 455n
Oedipodeia, 459
Works and Days, 533
Heylyn, Peter
Cosmographie, 412
Survey of the Estate of France, A, 395
Hill, Sir John
Some Remarks upon the New-Re-viv'd Play of Antony and Cleo-patra, 366
Hill, Lawrence, 498
Hobbes, Thomas, 393, 394, 397
Leviathan, 412, 414, 420, 543
Translation of Thucydides, 473, 474
Hodges, Nathaniel
Loimologia: Or, An Historical Account of the Plague in London in 1665, 474, 475
Hoet, Guérard, 372n
Hogarth, William
"Strolling Actresses Dressing in a Barn," 447, 478
Holland, Philemon
History of the World, The, 430
Holyday, Barten, translator
Decimus Junius Juvenalis, and Aulus Persius Flaccus, 404
Homer, 506, 536, 549
Iliad, 451, 452, 473, 475, 483, 505, 509, 510, 513, 539, 552, 553, 562–564
Odyssey, 399, 426, 451, 452, 471, 475, 481, 483, 484, 495
Hopkins, John, 409
Horace, 375n, 379, 406, 411, 427, 451n, 470, 504n, 536
Ars Poetica, 410, 469, 496, 522, 535, 541, 547
Epodes, 407
Odes, 407, 425, 433, 557
Satires, 405, 407–409, 523
Howard, Edward
Womens Conquest, The, 549
Howard, Sir Robert, 391
Howard, Thomas, 524
Howell, James
Epistolœ Ho-Elianœ, 527
Londinopolis, 404
Lustra Ludovici, or the Life of the Late Victorious King of France, Lewis XIII, 502n
Huysmans, Jacob, 551
Hyde, Laurence, Earl of Rochester, 523
Hyginus
Fabulae, 495
Inchbald, Elizabeth
British Theatre, The, 432
Jacob, Hildebrand
Bedlam, a Poem, 492
James, Duke of York, 378, 398, 498, 518, 519, 524
Jevon, Thomas, 444
Jodelle, Estienne, 372
Cléopâtre Captive, 380, 439
Johnson, Samuel, 364–366, 553, 556
Dictionary of the English Language, A, 420
Rambler, The, 364n
Jonson, Ben, 369, 504, 507, 530
Alchemist, The, 473
Eastward Hoe, 430
Every Man in his Humour, 538
Every Man Out of his Humour, 538
Poetaster, The, 408
Timber, 534–535
To the Memory of My Beloved Master William Shakespeare, 411, 549
Jordaens, Jacob, 372n
Josephus
Jewish Antiquities, 427
Joyner, William
Roman Empress, The, 470
Julian, Robert, 407
Juvenal, 404, 410
pg 646 Kemble, Charles, 365
Kemble, John Phillip, 447
Kemp, William
Brief Treatise of the …
Pestilence, A, 474
Kennett, Basil, 505n, 528
Romœ Antiquœ Notitia, 417, 418, 425, 429
Key to the Rehearsal, The, 546
King's Company, 476, 500;
and Dryden, 363;
petition of, 363, 441–443;
in Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, 441;
and Lee, 442, 448;
Dryden's departure from, 448
Kircher, Athanasius
Vulcano's, The, 431
Knüpfer, Nicholaus, 372n
La Calprenède, Gautier de Costes de, Cléopâtre, 380
La Mesnardière, Hippolyte-Jules Pilet de, 401
La Mothe Le Vayer, François de, 525–526
Langbaine, Gerard, the elder, 532
Langbaine, Gerard
Account of the English Dramatick Poets, An, 376n, 433, 446, 465n, 467n, 508–509
Latham, Simon
Faulconry, 559
Latimer, Viscount. See Danby, Thomas Osborne, Earl of
Le Bossu, René, 503, 505
Traité du poëme épique, 399, 536, 539, 540–541 543–546
Le Clerc, Jean
Life of the Famous Cardinal-Duke De Richelieu, The, 525
Lee, Mary, 445–446, 550
Lee, Nathaniel, 533, 539, 541, 542;
collaboration with Dryden, 411, 441–443, 447–451, 453–456, 464, 467–469, 477, 478, 489, 491, 510;
and King's Company, 442, 448;
dramatic style of, 449, 465, 489–493
Gloriana, 493
Mithridates, 442, 448, 449, 465, 469
Nero, 490, 493
Oedipus. See Dryden, John: Oedipus
Princess of Cleve, The, 448n
Rival Queens;
or, the Death of Alexander the Great, The, 363, 377, 386n, 387n, 427, 430, 448, 449, 537
Sophonisba, 373–374n, 478, 481, 482, 493
Le Fèvre, Raoul, 509
Destruction of Troy, The, 559–560
Leigh, Anthony, 444, 446, 499, 550
Leigh, Edward and Henry
Select and Choice Observations Concerning All the Roman and Greek Emperors, 421
Leigh, Elinor, 446
Lepidus, Marcus Aemilius, 425
L'Estrange, Sir Roger
Account of the Growth of Knavery, An, 462
Letters of Wit, Politicks, and Morality, 472
Life of Merlin, The, 549
Lilburne, John, 565
Lindsey, Robert Bertie, 1st Earl of, 397, 398
Livia, 433
Livy (Titus Livius), 419, 437, 524
Locke, John, 396
Lohenstein, Caspar von
Cleopatra, 372
Lollius, 509, 530
Longinus, 506, 507, 530, 532, 533
On the Sublime, 529, 544–545, 547
Louis XIII, 525
Louis XIV, 378, 391, 392, 395, 402, 420, 421, 518, 524, 528, 542
Loveday, Robert, translator
Hymen's Prœludia or Loves Masterpeice. Being That so much admired Romance, Intituled Cleopatra. See La Calprenède, Gautier de
Lowde, James, 414
Lucan, 406
Pharsalia, 451, 471, 481, 482, 484, 485, 562
Lucian, 480
Dialogues of the Gods, 481
Lucretius
De Rerum Natura, 410, 473, 475, 480, 543
Lucullus, 45m, 470
Luttrell, Narcissus
Brief Historical Relation of State Affairs, A, 446
Lydgate, John, 510
Falls of Princes, 530
Lying Allowable with Papists to Deceive Protestants, 498n
pg 647 M., W.
Female Wits, The, 492
Macready, William, 365
Maecenas, Gaius Alnius, 406, 407, 414
Magalotti, Lorenzo
Most Remarkable Passages of the Reign and Life of Lewis XIV, The, 421
Magnes, James, 441, 447–448
Mairet, Jean de
Marc-Antoine, ou la Cléopâtre, Le, 376n, 380, 381, 401
Maitland, John, 1st Duke of Lauderdale, 518
Maizeaux, Pierre Des, 502n, 529
Malvezzi, Virgilio
Considerations upon the Lives of Alcibiades and Corialanus (trans. Robert Gentilis), 384n
Manning, Francis
To Mr Betterton, Acting Oedipus King of Thebes, 447
Marlowe, Christopher, 547
Marolles, Michel de, 410
Marvell, Andrew, 402, 463
Account of the Growth of Popery and Arbitrary Government, An, 374, 375, 393, 394, 441, 462
Mary, Princess, 378
Massinger, Philip. See Fletcher, John
May, Thomas
Tragedie of Cleopatra Queen of Aegypt, The, 372, 380–381, 398, 416, 428, 439
Mead, Richard
Mechanical Account of Poisons, A, 418–419
Medbourne, Matthew, 444
Menage, Gilles
Observations sur la Langue Françoise,525
Metamorphoses d'Ovide, Les, 426
Middleton, Thomas, and William Rowley
Faire Quarrell, A, 557
Milton, John
Paradise Lost, 395, 426, 439, 480, 485, 495, 562
Samson Agonistes, 382, 419, 476
Mohun, Michael, 363, 440, 531, 532
Molière, Jean Baptiste Poquelin
Femmes savantes, Les, 526
Monck, George. See Albemarle
Monmouth, James Scott, Duke of, 373
Mons, battle of, 443, 473
Montagu, Ralph Montague, 1st Duke of, 528
Montaigne, Michel de
"De la Praesumption," 401
"Of the incommoditie of greatnesse," 405
More, Henry
Immortality of the Soul, The, 543
Morery, Lewis
Great Historical, Geographical and Poetical Dictionary, The, 433
Muffet, Thomas
Theatre of Insects, The, 559
Mulgrave, John Sheffield, 3d Earl of, 398, 406
Essay upon Satyr, An, 403, 406
Munckerus, Thomas, editor
Mythographi Latini, 485, 495
Murait, Beat Louis de
Letters Describing the Character and Customs of the English and French Nations, 495
Mythographi Latini. See Munckerus, Thomas
Narrative of the Popes Late Fire-Works in England, A, 499n
Needham, Marchamont
Honesty's Best Policy;
Or, Penitence the Sum of Prudence, 462, 463
Pacquet of Advices and Animadversions, Sent from London to the Men of Shaftsbury, A, 395–396, 397, 462
Second Pacquet of Advices and Animadversions, A, 393, 463
Nero, 379, 405, 406
Neville, Henry, 396
Plato Redivivus, 394
New Canting Dictionary, A, 437
Newcastle, William Cavendish, Duke of, 397
Nicole, Claude, 410
Nocturnal Revels: or, a General History of Dreams, 562
Nokes, James, 444
North, Thomas, 400, 421, 428
Oates, Titus, 444, 46 m, 551, 560, 565
Octavia, 414, 424, 428–430
Octavius (C. Julius Caesar Octavianus). See Augustus
Oldfield, Anne, 364
pg 648 Oldham, John
Satire, in imitation of the Third of Juvenal, A, 443
On the Dutchesse of Portsmouth's Picture, 373
On the Dutchesse of Portsmouth's Picture, September 1682, 373n
Orosius, Paulus
Seven Books of History against the Pagans, The, 376n
Orrery, Roger Boyle, 1st Earl of, 403
Mustapha, 534
Osborne, Dorothy, 397
Osborne, Sir Edward, 397
Osborne, Sir Thomas, 397
Otway, Thomas, 386, 390, 402, 407
History and Fall of Caius Marius, The, 500
Poet's Complaint of his Muse, The, 565
Titus and Berenice, 371, 380, 435, 446
Venice Preserv'd, 445, 493, 556
Ovid, 451, 493
Fasti, 483
Heroides, 433
Metamorphoses, 391, 436, 482, 483, 510, 545–546, 564
Parisien, Pierre Du-Ryer, 546
Park, Robert
Defensive War by Sea, 431
Paske, Thomas
Copy of a Letter Sent to an Honourable Lord, The, 496
Pausanius, 453, 458n, 459n, 483, 486
Payne, Henry Nevil
Siege of Constantinople, The, 375
Pellison-Fontanier, Paul
History of the French Academy, The, 525, 526
Pembroke, Mary Herbert, Countess of Antonie, 398
Pembroke, Philip Herbert, 7 th Earl of, 564
Pepys, Samuel, 534
Diary, 471
Percival, Thomas, 444, 550
Petrarch (Francesco Petrarca), 527
Phaedrus. See Babrius
Phelps, Samuel, 365
Philips, Katherine
Pompey, A Tragedy,
Philostratus
Life of Apollonius of Tyana, The, 529
Philoxenus, 405
Piso, Caius Calpurnius, 406
Plague of 1665, the, 462, 473–475, 555
Plato, 405
Laws, 473
Republic, 529
Pliny, 486
Natural History, 423, 426, 430
Plutarch, 368n, 375, 379–382, 386, 400, 418
Lives of the Noble Greeks and Romans, 376, 383, 384, 413–416, 418, 419, 421–432, 434–437, 439, 470, 538, 541, 558, 562
Moralia, 422, 528
Poem to the Charming Fair One, A, 557
Poems on Affairs of State, 373
Polybius
Histories, 417
Pope, Alexander, 547
Epistle to Augustus, 404
Translation of Statius, Thebaid, 464n
Pope-burning processions, 443, 496
Popish Plot, 392, 398, 441, 461, 462, 497–499, 518, 524, 551, 557, 565
Portsmouth, Louise Renée de Keroualle, Duchess of, 373, 375–376, 387n, 502n, 518, 524, 557
Powell, George, 446
Propertius, 375n, 427
Elegies, 430
Prynne, William
Re-Publicans, 394–395
Ptolemy XII, 423
Ptolemy XIV, 414
Puller, Timothy
Moderation of the Church of England, The, 396
Purcell, Henry, 484
Puttenham, George
Arte of English Poesie, 547
Quincy, John, 474
Quintilian
Institutio Oratoria, 529
Racine, Jean, 371, 379, 503, 506
Alexandre le Grand, 371
Bajazet, 380, 402, 504n, 505, 542
Bérénice, 380, 435, 446
Iphigénie, 501, 504
Phèdre, 380, 402, 430, 501, 542
pg 649 Radcliffe, Alexander
News from HeU, 491
Raphael, 437
Rapin, René, 369–371, 503, 504, 508, 534
Comparison between Demosthenes and Cicero, A, 535
Comparison of Plato and Aristotle, The, 535
Observations on the Poems of Homer and VirgU, 535
Reflections on Aristotle's Treatise of Poesie, 410, 411, 505, 506, 529, 535, 536, 539, 545, 548
Reflections upon the Eloquence of These Times, 535
Réflexions sur la Poétique d'Aristote, 528, 545
Whole Critical Works, The, 505n, 528
Ravenscroft, Edward, 402
Titus Andronicus, 500
Reni, Guido, 372, 437
Richelieu, Armand Jean du Plessis, Cardinal-Duc de, 380n, 502, 525
Riverius, Lazarus
Practice of Physick, The, 421, 423
Robertelli, Francis, 529
Rochester, John Wilmot, 2d Earl of, 402–405, 407, 410, 551, 565
Allusion to Horace, An, 379, 403, 407, 408, 409
Valentinian (after Fletcher), 403
Rou, Jean, 506n
Rowe, Nicholas, 552
Rowley, William. See Middleton, Thomas
Royal Society of London, the, 502–503, 526, 528
Rupert, Prince, 397
Ruthven, Patrick, Earl of Forth and Brentford, 398
Rymer, Thomas, 370, 371, 389, 400, 403, 501, 507, 508, 528, 529, 533, 535;
Dryden's debate with, 441, 465–469, 47a, 473, 504, 505, 522, 528
Edgar, 403
Reflections on Aristotle's Treatise of Poesie. See Rapin, René
Short View of Tragedy, A, 446n;
dedication of, 468
Tragedies of the Last Age, The, 369, 399, 401, 402, 410, 440, 441, 465–467, 470, 471, 485, 505, 531–532, 535–537, 539–545, 547
Saint-Evremond, Charles de Marguetel de Saint-Denis de, 501–502n,536
Discourse upon the Grand Alexander, A, 371, 548
Sainte-Maure, Benoît de, 509
Roman de Troie, 530
Saint-Real, Caesar Vichard, Abbé de
Conspiracy of the Spaniards against the State of Venice, A, 394
Salisbury, James Cecil, 3d Earl of, 374, 378, 462
Sandford, Samuel, 445, 446
Sandys, George
Ovid's Metamorphosis Englished, 482, 483, 564
Savile, Henry, 404
Scaliger, Julius Caesar
Poetics, 533
Scotus, John Duns, 435
Scriptores historiae Augustae, 406
Scroope, Sir Carr
In Defence of Satire, 407
Sedley, Sir Charles, 379, 402, 403, 499, 565
Antony and Cleopatra, 366, 367, 374, 387n, 398–399, 403, 411, 425, 446
Selden, John, 525
Senault, Jean François
Natural History of the Passions, 439
Seneca, Lucius Annaeus, the Elder
Suasoriae, 419
Seneca, 504n, 536
Epistulae Morales, 406
Medea, 494
Phaedra, 402
Thebais, 452, 493
Tragedies (trans. Edward Sherbourne), 498–499
Troades, 498
Servius
In Vergilii Carmina Commentarii, 482
Settle, Elkanah, 390, 547, 562, 565
Empress of Morocco, The, 494
Notes and Observations on the Empress of Morocco Revised, 407
pg 650 Shadwell, Thomas, 390, 407, 410, 565
Psyche, 493
Timon of Athens, 448, 500
True Widow, A, 448;
dedication of, 499
Shaftesbury, Anthony Ashley Cooper, 1st Earl of, 374, 375, 378, 391, 393–397, 498, 502, 519, 522, 524, 551, 564;
opposition to Danby, 390;
represented in Oedipus, 462–463
Letter from a Person of Quality, to his Friend in the Country, A, 396
Two Seasonable Discourses Concerning this Present Parliament, 397
Two Speeches, 396
Shakespeare, William, 389, 411, 420, 454, 469, 501, 528, 538, 545, 549;
Restoration adaptations of, 500
Alls Well That Ends Well, 489
Antony and Cleopatra, 364–369, 371, 372, 375, 379, 382, 383, 385, 386, 389, 398, 411, 413, 414, 416, 418, 421, 426–429, 432, 436–440, 481;
comparison of, with All for Love, 364–368
As You Like It, 368, 385, 417, 418, 489
Coriolanus, 383, 530
Hamlet, 366, 370, 385, 428, 444, 445, 464, 486, 507–508, 51m, 547, 548
1 Henry IV, 406, 417, 506
Henry V, 406, 418
Henry VI, 500
1 Henry VI, 416
3 Henry VI, 476
Julius Caesar, 416, 427, 445, 464, 476, 504, 531, 537, 548
King Lear, 367, 500
Macbeth, 367, 370, 464, 479, 482, 548
Measure for Measure, 464, 480
Merchant of Venice, The, 364, 435
Merry Wives of Windsor, The, 538
Midsummer Night's Dream, A, 416
Much Ado About Nothing, 433
Othello, 366, 370, 432, 433, 537
Richard II, 431, 435–437, 488, 507, 508, 548
Richard III, 419, 445, 461, 463, 464, 476, 481, 490, 492
Romeo and Juliet, 370, 428, 500, 531
Tempest, The, 419, 506, 510, 530
Timon of Athens, 500
Titus Andronicus, 500
Troilus and Cressida, 417, 468, 498, 499, 503, 504, 506, 508, 509, 510–518, 519–520, 530, 531, 550–564 passim
Twelfth Night, 556
Winter's Tale, The, 370, 480
Sheppard, Samuel, 411
Sherbourne, Edward, translator
Tragedies (Seneca), 498–499
Troades, 498
Shirley, James, 538
Siddons, Sara, 364
Sidney, Algernon, 524
Sidney, Sir Philip
Apologie for Poetry, An, 527
Smith, William, 445, 446, 500, 550
Sophocles, 389, 400, 504n, 528;
life of, 470
Antigone, 452, 458–460, 542
Oedipus at Colonus, 450–452, 460, 481
Sorbière, Samuel, 402
Relation d'un Voyage en Angleterre, 527
Voyage to England, A, 527–528
Spectator, The, 447, 489, 495. See also Addison and Steele
Speght, Thomas, 530
Spenser, Edmund
Faerie Queene, The, 413, 485
Spinello, Luca, 372
Sprat, Thomas, 402, 528
Plague of Athens, The, 473, 474
Stanley, Thomas
History of the Chaldaick Philosophy, The, 433
History of Philosophy, The, 543
Stapylton, Sir Robert
Slighted Maid, The, 534
State-Poems, 373
Statius
Thebaid, 426, 451, 452, 459, 479, 481–485, 495
Steele, Richard
Poetical Miscellanies (ed.), 374n
Theatre, The, 364n
Spectator, The, 364
Steen, Jan, 372n
Steevens, George, 561
Stephanus, Henricus, 470
Sternhold, Thomas, 409
Strabo, 412, 413, 416, 419, 433, 435, 545, 562
Strafford, Thomas Wentworth, 1st Earl of, 397
pg 651Strahan, William, 365n
Suetonius, 428
Lives of the Twelve Caesars, 405, 419–422, 424, 426, 427, 470
Life of Lucan, 406
Sunderland, Robert Spencer, 2d Earl of, 502, 503, 506, 522–525, 528;
dedication of Troilus and Cressida to, 498, 501–502, 505
Swalle, Abel, 497
Swift, Jonathan
"Of Mean and Great Figures," 384
Tacitus
Annals, 406
De Oratibus, 523
Talbot, Sir William, 443n
Tasso, 451
Gerusalemme Liberata, 478, 481
Tate, Nahum
King Lear, 445, 446, 500
Temple, Sir William, 523
Observations upon the United Provinces of the Netherlands, 394, 395, 527–528
Test Act, the, 392
Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, 363;
King's Company in, 441;
performance of Lee's Mithridates in, 442, 448
Theatrical Inquisitor and Monthly Mirror, The, 363
Theobald, Thomas
Oedipus, King of Thebes, 472
Thucydides, 473
Tibullus, Albius
Elegies, 431
Tiepolo, Giovanni Battista, 372n
Titian, 437
Tonson, Jacob, 448, 497
Topsell, Edward
History of Four-footed Beasts and Serpents, The, 413, 422, 423, 431, 438, 559, 563
Tourneur, Cyril
Revenger's Tragedy, The, 464–465
Trevisani, Francesco, 437
Tryal of Edward Coleman, The, 498n
Tuke, Sir Samuel, 526
Adventures of Five Hours, The, 534
Underhill, Cave, 444, 550
Ussher, James
Annals of the World, The, 411–412
Valentine and Orson, 418
Vanbrugh, Sir John, 378n
Vaugelas, Claude Favre, Seigneur de
Observations de L'Académie Françoise sur les Remarques, 526, 527
Remarques sur la Langue Françoise, 503, 525–527
Velleius Paterculus, 414, 424, 425
Ventidius, Publius, 416, 419
Vialart, Charles
History of the Government of France, The, 502n
Villars, Nicolas de Montfaucon, Abbé de
Comte de Gabalis, Le, 543
Vincent, Thomas
God's Terrible Voice in the City, 475, 476
Virgil, 375, 379, 406, 407, 412, 427, 431, 451, 493, 505n, 536
Aeneid, 408, 409, 435, 438, 469, 477, 482, 483, 485, 491, 495, 510, 541, 553, 558, 563
Eclogues, 524
Georgics, 395, 406, 477, 524
Visits from the Shades, 492
Vitruvius Pollio, Marcus, 415
Voltaire, Françoise Marie Arouet, 458, 461, 469, 471
Age of Lewis XIV, The, 421
Waller, Edmund, 526
Waller, Sir William
Tragical History of Jetzer, The, 498n
Wallis, John, 527
Grammatica Linguœ Anglicanœ, 528
Warburton, William, 561
Warton, Joseph, 464n
Watson, David, 523
Webster, John
Duchess of Malfi, The, 445
Wharton, Philip, 4th Baron, 374, 378, 462
Wilkins, John
Essay towards a Real Character and a Philosophical Language, An, 529
William of Orange, 378, 473
Williams, David, 444n, 550
Williams, Joseph, 444n, 550
Williamson, Sir Joseph, 391
Woffington, Peg, 363
Woollen Act, The, 443, 473
Wyche, Sir Peter, 503, 526
Wycherley, William, 410
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