index
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Note: Page numbers in italics indicate illustrations.
Aaron (Titus Andronicus), 374–75
absonant desire, 65–66, 69–70
abundance, economy of, in Timon of
Athens, 362–63
Achilles (Troilus and Cressida), 377–81
Adams, John F., 46n6
Adelman, Janet, 205, 207
Advocate, The, 264, 269
Aeneid (Virgil), 357
Aeschylus, 372–73
Afghanistan, 82
‘‘After Sex? On Writings Since Queer
Theory’’ (South Atlantic Quarterly),
106–7
Agamben, Giorgio, 333, 352, 357, 360n17
Agamemnon (Aeschylus), 372–73, 382
agency and contingency, 59
Ahmed, Sara, 132, 333
Aholah (Ezekiel), 257
Aholilah (Ezekiel), 257
Alcibiades, 351
Aldridge, Ira, 374–75
All is True (Henry VIII), 28–37
All’s Well That Ends Well, 21, 39–47
alphabetical ordering, 23–24, 27n27
alpha male hero, wounded, 135–36,
138n31
alterity. See di√erence and alterity
Amazons, 311, 312–13, 407
ambition in Macbeth, 202
anal eroticism: di√erentiation of, 81; in
A Midsummer Night’s Dream, 239–40;
Paster on, 88n2; Sedgwick and, 80;
slang for, 244n7. See also anus; sod-
omy, sodomitical
androgynous youth in ‘‘A Lover’s Com-
plaint,’’ 179–80
Angelo (Measure for Measure), 209–12
animals. See bestiality; bird imagery
Anne, Lady (Richard III), 297, 299–300
Antigone, 305–6, 404–12
Antigone (The Two Noble Kinsmen),
406–7
Antiochus (Pericles), 267
Antipholuses (Comedy of Errors), 73
Antonio (Merchant of Venice), 216–23, 381
Antony (Antony and Cleopatra), 48, 51,
52–54
Antony and Cleopatra, 48–54
anus: in Coriolanus, 84; Eigen on, 81–82,
86; queer possibilities of, 86–87. See
also anal eroticism
Apemantus (Timon of Athens), 363
apostrophe, 185
archive and Hamlet, 100–101
Arcite (The Two Noble Kinsmen), 406–7,
408
Arden Shakespeare edition, 27n27, 310
Aristotle, 220, 242, 243
Aristotles and Phyllis (Baldung), 242
Arthur (King John), 166–67
As You Like It, 55–60
ataraxia (‘‘unperturbedness’’), 366–68
attachment, infantile, 324–25
attribution to Shakespeare. See author-
ship
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