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258 sq.

195, 200

Acting, effect of, in Shakespeare's Baconian controversy, 28, 141 sq.,

evolution, 152 sq., 222, 285, 29559., 304, 339 59., 341, 342 squs

348
“ Adonis' gardens," 342 sq.

Bagehot, cited, 144, 157 n., 319
Aelian, cited, 73

Barclay, W., 113 n.
rieneid, 313

Baynes, Dr., cited, 122, 305 sq., 318,
Aeschylus, quoted, 14, 124

319, 339, 347
and Shakespeare, 18 sq., 24 Beaumont, 266
Alcidamas, 86 n.

and Fletcher, 268
All's Well that Ends Well, 79, 80 sq. Beccaria, 172
Amyot, 156, 169

Bede, cited, 93
Anachronisms, 158, 179, 211 sq. Bellenden, 129 n.
Anders, Dr. H. R. D., 29, 312 ., Benedix, 141 n.
315-16

Beyersdorff, Dr., cited, 82 n.
Anthology, cited, 326

Boece, 130 n.
Antony and Cleopatra, u sq., 181, Bradley, Prof. A. C., 6, 28 n., 141 n.,

183, 246, 335
Apology of Raimond Sebonde, 194, Brandi, Prof., cited, 112 sq., 129,

149 R., 153 n.
Ariosto, 180

Brooke, C. F. Tucker, quoted, 6
Aristotle, 211 sq., 215, 345

Bruno and Shakespeare, 82 r., 132 sq.
Arnold, 238, 252

Buchanan, 113
Art. See Nature

Butler, 152 11.
Astrology, 108 sq., 199
As You Like It, 84

Cæsar, character of, 55-7
Atalanta, 345

Caliban, 229, 230-31
Augustine, supposed study of, by Calisto and Melebea, cited, 9

Shakespeare, 13 sq., 138 Cato, Shakespeare on, 158
cited, 74

Catullus, cited, 76, 343-4

Chapman, classical culture of, 18, 23,
Bacon, coincidences between Shake-

speare and, 47 n., 203 sq., 214, Chasles, Philarête, 141 n.
345-6

quoted, 34, 180
contrasted with Shakespeare, 344 sq. criticised, 38, 67 sq., 180 sq., 182
on theological prejudice, 80 Chaucer, 153 "., 163, 315
and Montaigne, 169, 172

Church, Dean, on Montaigne, 194
disregard of new science by, 210 Cicero, quoted, 51, 54-5, 63, 82,
classical culture of, 344 sq.

85 sq., 100, 101, 102, 103
Virgil the favourite poet of, 344 Cinthio, 338

I 22

1

221

Clarke and Wright, 141 1., 251 Emerson, 140 sq., 142, 164, 175,
Coleridge, 139, 140, 142, 145 1., 340 184, 193, 220 sq.
Collins, Prof. J. Churton, on Shake- Empedocles, cited, 92
spearean problems, 1 sq.

Erasmus, 163
on Shakespeare's classical know- Adagia of, 102, 127

ledge, 1, 3, 5 sq., 17 sq., 75 sq., Essex, 151, 152 1.
97 sq., 1357., 296, 298, 301 sq., Euphues, 154 n.
313 59., 320 sq., 339

quoted, 12, 50, 328
on Shakespeare's relation to Mon- Euripides, quoted, 6, 8, 10, 14
taigne, 16, 78, 322, 323

and Shakespeare, 19 sq.
Comedy of Errors, 260 sq.

Ewig, 315
Conscience, Montaigne and Shake-

speare on, 74
“ Consummation,” 48, 73

Falstaff, 154 sq.
Corbin, cited, 177 n.

Farmer, 120-1 and rote,
Cordelia, 187

305 sq., 313, 318, 339
Coriolanus, 33, 39, 158, 162, 181, Fasti, Ovid's, 313 sq.
183

Feis, Jacob, 33 sq., 43, 54 m., 64,
Cornelius Agrippa, cited, 77

186 sq., 189
Cornwallis, Sir W., 40

Fiske, on Shakespeare's learning,
Coxeter, 314

296 sq., 299 sq., 319 59., 339
Craik, cited, 245

on Shakespeare's notoriety in Eliza-

bethan London, 349 sq.
Crawford, Mr. Charles, cited, 100 n.
Cunliffe, Dr., cited, 75, 122 sq., 324

Flaubert, 175-6
Custom, 21, 51 sq.

Fleay, 117, 141 1., 152
Cymbeline, 214, 260, 327

cited, 80, 144, 151, 152, 238, 245,

251, 253, 260

Florio, translation of Montaigne's
Daniel, 326

Essays by, 39 sq.
Dante, 93, 163

probably known to Shakespeare,
Davies, 100

77, 161, 339
Death, Montaigne and Shakespeare mistranslations by, 115 %., 172
on, 87 sq., 326

Flowers, Shakespeare and Bacon on,
De Mornay, 14

215
Descartes, 194

“ Foppery,” 109
Desdemona, 187

Fortune, Montaigne's doctrine of,
Destutt de Tracy, 209

43 sq., 171, 178, 193
“ Discourse of reason," 46 sq., 213, | Furnivall, 140, 197, 250, 252

282 sq., 283 n.
Donnelly, 339, 343-4

Galen, 210
Dowden, 140 n., 141 n., 146 16.,

Gascoigne, cited, 10
Dream-life, 66-67, 225, 275 sq. Gervais, F. P., cited, 84, 111, 295-6
Drihthelm, cited, 93

Gervinus, 139, 140, 229
Drunkenness, Montaigne and Shake-

Gilbert, 346
speare on, 56

Goethe, 268, 290
Bruno on, 135

Golding, 104, 308 sq.

Greekisms, supposed, in Shake-
Edward III., 90 n., 332

speare, 13
Elizabeth, 152 1., 219, 223 n.

Green, 141 n.
Ellis, cited, 210

Greene, quoted, 11, 12, 262 sq.
Elyot, 14, 331

probable share of, in Henry VI
Elze, criticised, 106 n.

plays, 11

G

188n.

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probable originator of or colla- studied Seneca's tragedies, 122

borator in other Shakespearean intellectual cast of, 131, 149, 158,
plays, 52, 80-81, 111 n.

285
hostility of, to Shakespeare, 150 admiration of, for Bacon, 211, 215
Green wey, 127

possible middleman between Bacon
Greenwood, G., 332 sq.

and Shakespeare, 216
Guizot, 141 n.

on Queen Elizabeth, 219

plays of, 236, 244, 273
Halliwell-Phillipps, criticised, 27 verse of, 159, 267
-Hamlet, alleged portraiture of Mon- his estimate of Shakespeare's learn-

taigne in, 32, 34, 186 sq., 189 ing discussed, 299 sq.
early form of character, 177 Julius Cæsar, 100, 149, 156, 162,
orthodox view of, 188 sq.

181 sq., 244 sq.
the old prose story of, 178-9 Juvenal, 325, 335
Hamlet, traces of Montaigne in, 33
59., 42 sq., 105

Keats, 168
the two Quarto editions of, 39, King John, non-Shakespearean matter
177, 187, 192

in, 261 sq.
the soliloquies in, 72 sq, 85, 166 Knight, 12 1 and note, 139, 283 n., 340
earlier matter surviving in, 251, Kyd, 86, 227, 253 sq.

252
rank of, in Shakespeare's work, | La Boëtie, 68, 71
162, 177, 180

La Bruyère, 173
transmutation of, by Shakespeare, La Rochefoucauld, 174
177 sq., 179, 192

Lamb, 139, 142, 175, 287
a success in old form, 237

Latin, Montaigne's knowledge of,
Harrington, 103
Harrison, 303

Lear, 107 sq., 162, 183, 199, 227,
Harvey, 210

321, 325
Hathaway, Ann, 150

Lee, cited, 212
Hazlitt, W. C., cited, 32 11., 139 Literary influences, how to prove, 3,
Henry IV, 325

17, 24 sq., 276 sq.
Henry V, 112 sq., 138, 218, 324 sq. Livy, 315
Henry VI series, 5, 11, 342

Locrine, 124-5
Henslowe, 146 n.

Lodge, 250 n., 332
Heywood, 122

London, Elizabethan, 350 sq.
Hippocrates, 126

Love's Labour's Lost, 5, 143, 150,
Holinshed, 130 n.

155, 183
Holland, Philemon, 322

Lowell, 188 n., 298 sq.
Homer, 268, 289, 297

Lucrece, 144 sq., 148, 151, 286
Hooker, Miss E. R., 176 n.

Lucretius, quoted, 64 9., 114, 329
Horace, cited, 69, 70, 115, 324 sq., supposed study of, by Shakespeare,
327, 332-3

135 Mh., 321-2, 327, 329-31
Horatio, 68

Lyly, cited, 12, 50, 127, 228 n.

167 sq.

Inferno, the medieval, 93

Macbeth, 110 sq., 123 sq., 238, 251,

327
John of Salisbury, 83

Maginn, 121 9., 300 sq., 318, 320,
Jonson, classical culture of, 18, 23, 339
149, 158, 236

Magnet, the, 346
on imitations of Montaigne, 31, Manilius, quoted, 45
105 sq., 117

Marini, 181

185 sq.

Marlowe, 77, 265 sq., 285, 289, 304 | Munro, 76
Marston, 100, 106, 125, 238 sq.,

256 sq., 266, 268, 279 7., 281 Nature and Art, Montaigne, Shake-
Massey, 152 n.

speare, and Bacon on, 201 sq.
Massinger, 122, 267

Newton, Thomas, 83
Measure for Measure, 86 sq., 182, Nisbet, J. F., 248

191 sq., 258 sq., 270 sq., 274 sq. North's Plutarch, 149, 156, 162, 181
Menander, quoted, 8
Merchant of Venice, 272 sq.

Oldcastle, 155
Metempsychosis, 278 sq.

Orestes and Lear, 19
Middleton, 122, 268

Othello, 107, 197, 238 sq., 338-9
Midsummer Night's Dream, 137, 149 Ovid, 308 sq.

1., 235 sq., 312 M.
Mill, J. S., 209 sq.

Pascal, 169 sq., 184, 193
Milton, 93, 266

Peele, 12, 263 sq., 266, 289, 345
Minto, 120, 152 1., 223 n.

Pericles, 242
Montaigne, influence of, on Shake. Persius, 327, 328
speare, 16, 31 sq., 176, 181, Petrarch, 163, 180, 338

Petronius, cited, 83
passages of, echoed or apparently Plato, 142, 201

imitated in Shakespeare, 38 sq. supposed study of, by Shakespeare,
liking of, for Seneca, 130

11, 97 sq., 138, 321, 342
genius of, 131

not named in the plays, 345
intellectual potency of, 161 sq. Plautus, supposed study of, by Shake.
modernness of, 163 sq., 174

speare, 328
spontaneity of, 163 sq.

Plays, prices paid for, 146 n.
style of, 163 sq.

Plutarch, 149, 156, 157, 162, 181
culture-content of his essays, 166 sq.
his intimate knowledge of Latin, Poynet, 113 n.
167 sq.

Prometheus, 345
extensive influence of, on authors, Purgatory, a cold, 93, 95

Pythagoras, quoted, 86 %., 136
theism of, 170, 195
his interest in causation, 171, 172 Rabelais, 163
theology of, 173

Raisciac, 110
relation of Shakespeare to, 185 sq. Rape of Lucrece, 144, 148, 151, 286,
scepticism of, 193

312 sq., 340, 349
his doctrine of " fortune,” 43 sq., Rawley, cited, 210-01
171, 178, 193

Reed, E., 339
lack of belief in immortality, 194 Revenge, 230
pessimism in, 198

Romeo and Juliei, 237, 258
philosophy of, incoherent, 200 Rousseau, 173-4, 184
democratic sentiment of, 217 sq. Rümelin, 136, 141 1.
foible of, 217
cosmopolitanism of, 231

Sackville, 289
universality of, in literary appro- | Sainte-Beuve, 173, 175, 194 n.
priation, 290

Sarrazin, 253
Montesquieu and Montaigne, 171, Schlegel, 139, 142, 340
184

Sebonde, 194
Morgan, A., 221 n.

Seneca, quoted, 10, 44, 69, 75 sq.,
Morley, H., 33 sq.

102, 105, 110, 124 sq., 130 7.,
Much Ado about Nothing, 327

cited, 92

169 sq.

281, 331

221 1.

tragedies of, influence Elizabethan

supremacy of, 159, 176, 241, 267,
drama, 122 sq.; English trans- 269
lation of tragedies, 123, 125,

-universal sympathy of, 179
129

- religion of, 186, 190 sq., 196
intellectual cast of, 130 sq.

pessimism of, 196
Shakespeare, doubtful share of, in sexual susceptibility of, 153 squs

plays assigned to him, 5 sq., 29 155, 197
sq., 247 sq., 259, 323

- reasoning power of, 200 sq.
general problem of, 27 sq.

less democratic than Montaigne,
culture-evolution of, 139 sq., 178 217 sq.
sq., 183, 286, 346-8

possible foible of, 217
character and temperament of, early Chauvinism of, 218

147 sq., 185 sq., 217, 350-51 latter days of, 219, 248 sq.
alleged classical culture of, 3, 5 sq., partner in ownership of his plays,

17 sq., 97 sq., 119 sq., 295 sq.
supposed familiarity of, with French originality of, 235 sq., 265 sq.
and Italian, 78, 337 sq.

versification of, 267 sq.
supposed study of Seneca by, 75 contrasted with Bacon, 344 sq.
59., 122 sq., 324, 331

Shylock, 154
powers of, not self-evolved, 23, Sidney, 83, 154 n., 326
147, 284

Socrates, 78, 231
influenced by Montaigne, 38 sq., Soliman and Perseda, 253 9., 254
184, 185 sq;

Sonnenschein, E. A., 331 sq.
- assimilated Montaigne's thought, Sonnets, Shakespeare's, chronology

65, 287 ; and diverged from it, of, 152, 223 n.

38, 53, 96, 184, 196, 200, 217 significance of, 119, 152, 340-41
little influenced by Chaucer, 154 n. Sophocles and Shakespeare, 19 sq.
style of, influenced by Montaigne, Southampton, Lord, 40, 146, 151,
65 sq., 165 sq.; its evolution,

152 n., 348
65 sq., 159, 166, 218, 269 Spanish Tragedy, nu non 130 n.,
reading of, 157 n.

253-4
critical thinking of, 119, 151 Spedding, 196 sq., 212, 213
supposed study of Bruno by, 132 Spenser and Chaucer, 153 n.
sq.

and Shakespeare, 180, 198
how to be known in his plays, 185 cited, 51, 86, 93 n., 111 n., 227 1.,
transcendental estimates of, 139, 298-9 n., 330-31, 333
339

Stapfer, on Montaigne and Shake-
life-history of, 140 sq., 142 sq.,

speare, 35-6

on Shakespeare's classical know-
early work of, 143 sq., 161, 346 ledge, 121, 138
sq.

on Farmer, 121 n.
relation of, to his partners, 146, on Montaigne, 174

Stedefeld, 188 sq., 198
family history of, 150-51, 347

Sterling, quoted, 32, 194 %.
as revealed in the Sonnets, 119, Sterne, 175
152, 193, 340-41, 351

Stirling, Earl of, 106 226
effect of actor's life upon, 152 sq., Style, in Montaigne and Shake-
222, 284, 348

speare, 65, 165
comic genius of, 154, 176

Superstitions as to future life, 92 sq.
uninventiveness of, 155, 235 sq. Surrey, 289
tragic genius of, 156, 176

Swinburne, 139
spontaneity of, 159

Symonds, 265, 266

346 sq.

221 n.

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