Table of Contents for Tempest


List of illustrations
ix
General editors' preface xii
Preface xvii
Introduction 1(2)
The play
3(33)
Genesis and early performances
6(3)
Genre
9(5)
Structure
14(3)
Music
17(3)
Language
20(3)
Characters
23(13)
The context
36(37)
Domestic politics
37(2)
Brave new world
39(8)
Africa and Ireland
47(7)
Literary forerunners
54(2)
Classical models
56(3)
The `salvage man'
59(3)
Magic
62(11)
The afterlife
73(51)
Restoration rewritings
76(6)
Eighteenth-century ambivalence
82(2)
Romanticism
84(14)
Perspectives on imperialism
98(10)
Re-enter Miranda
108(2)
Freudian influences
110(2)
`The Tempest' on stage and film since 1900
112(12)
The text
124(15)
Ralph Crane's manuscript
126(4)
Editorial practice
130(3)
Cruxes
133(6)
THE TEMPEST 139(148)
Appendix 1: Sources 287(28)
1 Strachey, `True Reportory'
287(16)
2 Montaigne, `Of the Caniballes'
303(12)
Appendix 2: Appropriations 315(28)
1 Browning, `Caliban upon Setebos'
315(10)
2 Rodo, Ariel
325(6)
3 Mannoni, Prospero and Caliban
331(12)
Abbreviations and references 343(16)
Abbreviations used in notes
343(1)
Editions of Shakespeare collated
344(2)
Other works
346(13)
Index 359