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Bradley, A. C. Shakespearean Tragedy: Lectures on Hamlet, Othello, King Lear, Macbeth.
2nd ed. London: Macmillan, 1905.
PAGE 494


INDEX
[Aaron -- Desdemona]

  The titles of plays are in italics. So are the numbers of the pages containing the main discussion of a character. The titles of the notes are not repeated in the Index.

   Aaron, 200, 211.

   Abnormal mental conditions, 13, 398.

   Accident, in tragedy, 7, 14-16, 26, 28; in Hamlet, 143, 173; in Othello, 181-2; in King Lear, 253, 325.

   Act, difficulty in Fourth, 57-8; the five Acts, 49.

   Action, tragic, 11, 12, 31; and character, 12, 19; a conflict, 16-19.

   Adversity and prosperity in King Lear, 326-7.

   Albany, 297-8.

   Antonio, 110, 404.

   Antony and Cleopatra, 3, 7, 45, 80; conflict, 17-8; crisis, 53, 55, 66; humour in catastrophe, 62, 395-6; battle-scenes, 62-3, extended catastrophe, 64, faulty construction, 71, 260, passion in, 82; evil in, 83-4, versification, 87, Note BB.

   Antony, 22, 29, 63, 83-4.

   Arden of Feversham, 9.

   Ariel, 264.

   Aristotle, 16, 22.

   Art, Shakespeare's, conscious 68-9; defects in, 71-78.

   Arthur, 294.

   As You Like It, 71, 267, 390.

   Atmosphere in tragedy, 333.

   Banquo, 343, 379-86.

   Barbara, the maid, 175.

   Battle-scene, 62, 451, 469; in King Lear, 255, Note X.

   Beast and man, in King Lear 266-8; in Timon 443.

   Bernhardt, Mme., 379.

   Biblical ideas in King Lear, 328.

   Bombast, 73, 75-6, 389, Note F.

   Brandes, G., 379, 393.

   Brutus, 7, 14, 22, 27, 32, 81-2, 101, 364.

   Caliban, 264.

   Cassio, 211-3, 238-9, 433-4.

   Catastrophe, humour before, 61-2 ; battle-scenes in, 62; false hope before, 63; extended, 62, in Antony and Coriolanus, 83-4, See Hamlet, etc.

   Character, and plot, 12, is destiny 13; tragic, 19-23.

   Chaucer, 8, 346.

   Children, in the plays, 293-5.

   Cleopatra, 7, 20, 84, 178, 208.

   Coleridge, 104-5, 107, 109, 127, 165, 200, 201, 209, 223, 226, 228, 249, 343, 353, 362, 389, 391, 392, 397, 412, 413.

   Comedy, 15, 41.

   Conflict, tragic, 16-9; originates in evil, 34; oscillating movement in 50; crisis in, 51-5; descending movement of, 55-62.

   Conscience. See Hamlet.

   Cordelia, 29, 32, 203-6, 250, 290, 314, 315-26, Note W.

   Coriolanus, 3, 9, 43, 394-5, crisis 53; hero off stage, 57, counterstroke, 58; humour, 61, passion, 82; catastrophe, 83-4, versification 61, Note BB.

   Coriolanus, 20, 29, 83-4, 196.

   Cornwall, 298-9.

   Crisis. See Conflict.

   Curtain, no front, in Shakespeare's theatre, 185, 458.

   Cymbeline, 7, 21, 72, 80, Note BB; Queen in, 300.

   Desdemona, 32, 165, 179, 193, 197, 201-6, 323, 433, 437-9.

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