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Marlowe, 77, 265 sq., 285, 289, 304 | Munro, 76
256 sq., 266, 268, 279 m., 281
Menander, quoted, 8
Merchant of Venice, 272 sq.
Middleton, 122, 268
Midsummer Night's Dream, 137, 149
n., 235 sq., 312 n.
Mill, J. S., 209 sq.
Milton, 93, 266
Minto, 120, 152 n., 223 n.
Montaigne, influence of, on Shake-
passages of, echoed or apparently
intellectual potency of, 161 sq.
culture-content of his essays, 166 sq.
Nature and Art, Montaigne, Shake-
Nisbet, J. F., 248
North's Plutarch, 149, 156, 162, 181
Orestes and Lear, 19
Othello, 107, 197, 238 sq., 338-9
Pascal, 169 sq., 184, 193
Peele, 12, 263 sq., 266, 289, 345
Persius, 327, 328
Petrarch, 163, 180, 338
Plato, 142, 201
supposed study of, by Shakespeare,
not named in the plays, 345
Plays, prices paid for, 146 n.
extensive influence of, on authors, Purgatory, a cold, 93, 95
Pythagoras, quoted, 86 n., 136
Rape of Lucrece, 144, 148, 151, 286,
Romeo and Juliet, 237, 258
Rümelin, 136, 141 n.
universality of, in literary appro- | Sainte-Beuve, 173, 175, 194 n.
cosmopolitanism of, 231
Schlegel, 139, 142, 340
Seneca, quoted, 10, 44, 69, 75 sq.,
102, 105, 110, 124 sq., 130 .,
tragedies of, influence Elizabethan
drama, 122 sq.; English trans-
intellectual cast of, 130 sq.
147 sq., 185 sq., 217, 350-51
17 sq., 97 $9., 119 sq., 295 sq.
and Italian, 78, 337 sq.
influenced by Montaigne, 38 sq.,
65, 287; and diverged from it,
critical thinking of, 119, 151
how to be known in his plays, 185
life-history of, 140 sq., 142 sq.,
early work of, 143 sq., 161, 346
relation of, to his partners, 146,
family history of, 150-51, 347
as revealed in the Sonnets, 119,
152, 193, 340-41, 351
supremacy of, 159, 176, 241, 267,
universal sympathy of, 179
sexual susceptibility of, 153 sq.,
reasoning power of, 200 sq.
early Chauvinism of, 218
originality of, 235 sq., 265 sq.
contrasted with Bacon, 344 sq.
Sidney, 83, 154 m., 326
Soliman and Perseda, 253 n., 254
significance of, 119, 152, 340-41
Spanish Tragedy, 111 1., 130 n.,
Spedding, 196 sq., 212, 213
cited, 51, 86, 93 n., 111 n., 227 n.,
on Shakespeare's classical know-
Stirling, Earl of, 106 1.9 226
effect of actor's life upon, 152 sq., Style, in Montaigne and Shake-
222, 284, 348
comic genius of, 154, 176
uninventiveness of, 155, 235 sq.
tragic genius of, 156, 176
spontaneity of, 159
speare, 65, 165
Superstitions as to future life, 92 sq.
Symonds, 265, 266
Ward, A. W., cited, 271 sq., 286
Watson, quoted, 268
Titus Andronicus, authorship of, 4-5, Wendell, 141 m., 348
Whetstone, 192 n., 258
White, Richard Grant, 13, 98 m., 250,
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