Index
Accident: ‘‘accidents without sub-
ject’’ (Thomist theory of transub-
stantiation), 34–35, 83, 227 n.47;
in Calderón, 46, 109–112, 118, 124,
158, 182, 212; and circumcision,
43; in conduct literature, 20, 47;
Covarrubias on, 45, 228 n.48; as
female agency, 44–45, 47; in Fray
Luis, xiii, 46, 80, 82–84, 97, 211–
212, 241 n.41, 243 n.48; in honor
plays, 47; and makeup, 250 n.69;
scholastic understanding of, 45;
in Sor Juana, 46–47, 182, 188,
205, 212; and transubstantiation,
34–35, 45, 226 n.43, 228 n.48
Adultery, 11, 31, 96, 247 n.61; in
Calderón, 4, 111; in Cervantes, 23;
cosmetic adultery (see Makeup:
cosmetic adultery); Covarrubias
on, 28–29; difficulties of reading,
27–29, 42, 52, 82, 97, 113, 116–117,
120, 147–155, 179, 205, 211–212;
in Fray Luis, 56, 58, 93, 96, 211;
and honor code, 4, 42; and honor
plays, 16–17, 19, 115, 228 n.50; of
husband, 145, 255 n.7, 267 n.49;
and idolatry, 28–29, 222–223
n.28, 223 n.29; in Lope de Vega,
23, 257 n.12; as penetration of
husband’s body, 115, 135, 197, 258
n.17; punishment for, 19, 27, 38,
114 (see also Wife: wife-murder in
honor plays); as threat to blood
purity, 115, 223 n.28
Alfonso X, el Sabio, 40–41, 88, 114
Alumbrados, 141, 264 n.39
Ambrose, Saint, 98, 102, 251 n.69
Amerindians, x, 8, 38–39, 202, 204.
See also Other, body of
Analogy: in Calderón, 132, 148, 150,
258 n.17; Thomas Aquinas and,
76, 241–242 n.43; See also León,
Fray Luis de: and analogy
Arcipreste de Hita (Juan Ruiz), 14,
84
Arenal, Electa, 169, 220 n.19
Aristotle, 29, 34, 46, 52, 207, 211, 245
n.54, 259 n.24, 261 n.30
Armstrong, Nancy, and Leonard
Tennenhouse, 13
Augustine, Saint, xiii, 46, 52, 76,
246–247 n.59, 250–251 n.69; in
Fray Luis, 237 n.27, 238 n.29, 240
n.39; and sign theory, 72, 81, 241
n.40
Bainton, Roland H., 228–229 n.51
Baptismal sacrament, x, 8, 38–40,
43–44, 202
Baroque, 35, 74, 213–214, 257 n.13,
281 n.12, 282 n.14; and Calderón,
139, 213; and sign theory, 27, 31,
222 n.26, 281 n.13; and Sor Juana,
46, 171, 179, 186, 193, 213
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