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304 / Index 304 Index Index Index Index Index Every effort has been made to include references to all identifiable persons living before or during the long eighteenth century, as well as to often cited contemporary critics and commentators, and to provide a selective listing of relevant concepts and keywords. Readers may also wish to consult the endnotes of each essay for more comprehensive information. Symbols 1777 Conti sale, 79, 82, 103–104 A Abolition, 115, 117, 125 Absolute monarchy, 15–16 Académie de peinture et de sculpture, 158, 168 Adultery, 264, 276 Aesthetics, 2, 4, 9, 23, 27– 29 Affectation, 194, 203– 205 Albin,Eleazar, 120,129–130 Anamorphism, 5–6, 8, 28, 29 Anatomists, 18, 32 Animal abuse, 112, 115 Animal rights, 112, 116–118, 120, 124–126,128–129 Animals, 111–130 Anti-theatrical rhetoric, 191–192 Anti-theatricality, 191–192, 193, 197, 211–212 Arconville, Marie-GenevièveCharlotte , Thiroux d’., 171 See Thiroux d’Arconville Aristotle, 172, 174, 176, 181 Artifice, 156 Atlantic creoles, 217, 226, 228, 232–233 Avant-garde, the, 1–2 B Babb, Lawrence, 239, 258 Badawi, M.M., 255, 261 Baltrušaitis, Jurgis, 8–9, 28–29 Barash, Carol, 31 Barlow, Francis, 43, 51–52, 57, 66, 70 Basan, Pierre-François, 88, 91, 101, 107 Bate, Jonathan, 238, 257, 260 Beauchamp, Charles-Louis de, comte de Merle, 94, 107 Behn,Aphra, 216–233 Benserade, Isaac de, 61 Bentham, Jeremy, 115, 128 Berchem, Nicholas, 92, 107–108 Berckheyde, GerritAdriaensz., 83, 104 Bettini, Mario, 9 Bicknell, John Laurens, 256 Analysis of the Play of Hamlet, 256 Bioculture, 17, 30–31 Biopolitics, 17, 22, 31 Birds, 113,118–122,129–130 Blackmore, Richard, 23, 33 Treatise of the Spleen, A, 23, 33 Blair,Blair, 149 Blair, Hugh, 135 Lectures on Rhetoric, 135 Blanc,Charles, 88,101,103,105–106 Index / 305 Blondel de Gagny,Augustin, 81–82, 85–86,91,94,104–105 Boerhaave, Hermann, 32 Boileau, Nicholas-François-Jacques, 80,102,107 Bolla, Peter de, 28–29, 31 Bosse,Abraham, 8, 29 Bougeant, Guillaume-Hyacinthe, 47–48,56–60,63,67,72–73 Boullier,David, 56,64,66–67,72 Bourbon, Louis-François de, prince de Conti, 77–78, 80, 99–101, 105 Bradley,A.C., 236–237,239,258 Brown, Jane K., 240, 258 Buffon, Georges-Louis Leclerc, comte de, 114,116,119–120,122–123, 125,127,129–130 Burke,Edmund, 131,133,135–138, 144–146 Burney, Frances, 193, 198–199, 207, 209,211–212 Evelina, 192–195, 197, 201, 209, 212 C Cadalso, José de, 131–150 Noches lúgubres, 135–137, 139–142,145,147 Campbell,LilyB., 239,258 Shakespeare’s Tragic Heroes: Slaves of Passion, 239, 258 Cantarini, Simone, 94 Carter, Elizabeth, 24, 33 Cats, 114 Caus, Salomon de, 8, 29 Charles I, 9, 29 Chauveau, François, 39, 50, 58–59, 61–62,66,73,75 Cheselden,William, 19, 32 Cheyne, George, 23, 33 Children’s literature, 112, 121 Choiseul, 80, 83–84, 94, 107 Christianity, 15 Cicero, Marcus Tullius, 172, 175, 182 Civilization, 123 Cloquet, Jules Germain, 32 Coca plant, 289, 295 Cochin, Charles-Nicolas, 36, 57, 65, 72 Coleridge, SamuelTaylor, 249, 253–255,260,261 Collier,J.P., 254 Coloriste, 157–158, 168 Colour, 157–158,165–166,168,170 Conklin,PaulS., 240,257–259 Coquery, Natacha, 81, 96, 103 Coramantien, 216–217,220,222–225, 227 Cortona, Pietro da, 83, 104, 109 Covarrubias, Sebastian de, 282, 286 Cowper,William, 32 Credit-worthiness, 209, 210 Custodial institution, 281, 283–285, 287,290,292 Cuyp,Aelbert, 87 D DaVinci, Leonardo, 157, 159 Dacier,Émile, 81,84,87,89,100–103, 105–107,110 Dalby, J.W., 256 “Dramatic Reflector,The”, 256 Damerole, 195,197 d’Angiviller, comte, 79, 94–95, 98, 107–109 d’Argenville, Dezallier, 81 Daston, Lorraine, 3, 27 Davis, Lennard, 31 d’Egly, Charles-Philippe de Monthenault, 36 Deism, 131,140–141,143–146, 148–149 Dennis, John, 15, 31 Derrida, Jacques, 1, 27, 172, 183–184, 186,188–189 306 / Index Descartes, René, 47, 54, 66–67, 70 Design, 157–158, 168 Diderot, Denis, 151–155, 157, 160, 163–166 Discours de la poésie dramatique, 151,154,157...

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