English Lyric Poetry: The Early Seventeenth Century

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INDEX

a
Abbot, Wilbur Cortez 308
Achinstein, Sharon 309
Aesop 126
Agrippa, Cornelius 304
Alcaeus 49
Alciati, Andrea 77 , 88
Allen, Don Cameron 297
Anacreon 60 , 127
Anne of Denmark, Queen 220 , 221 , 304
Apsley, Sir Allen 213
Archilochus 49
Ariosto 175
Armstrong, Alan 288
Armstrong, Isobel 304
Arundel, Earl of see Howard, Thomas
Astell, Mary 224
Aubrey, John x , 69 , 76 , 105 , 156 , 159 , 193 , 254 , 292 , 294 , 296
Aubrey, Mary 250
Augustus 268 , 308
Austen, Jane 230

b
Bacon, Lady Ann 213 , 303 , 304
Bacon, Sir Francis 28
Bacon, Nathaniel 79
Bacon, Sir Nicholas 79 , 304
Baker, Herschel 288 , 291
Bald, R.C. 287
Barash, Carol 303 , 304 , 307
Barker, Arthur 164 , 299
Barlow, Francis 80
Barnes, Barnabe 4 ;
Divine Centurie ofSpirituall Sonnets, A 17
Barth, Robert 112
Barton, Anne 291
Basse, William 43 , 290
Bastwick, John 184
Bates, Milton J. 298 , 307
Bath, Michael 293
Baumlin, James S. 288
Baxter, Richard 136 , 137 , 298
Bayly, Lewis:
Practice of Piety137
Beal, Peter 289 , 295
Beaumont, Francis 42 , 283
Beaumont, John 42
Bedford, Countess of (Lucy Harrington) 8 , 35 , 36 , 56 , 212 , 220
Behn, Aphra 250
Belsey, Catherine 283 , 308
Benet, Diana 298
Benjamin, Walter 270 , 308
Benlowes, Edward:
Theophila80
Bennett, Charles 81
Bennett, J.A.W. 297
Berkeley, George xii
Bess of Hardwick 230
Bible:
Ecclesiastes 232 ;
Exodus 259 ;
Genesis 192 , 227 ;
Hebrews 204 ;
John 206 ;
Joshua 202 ;
Judges 264 ;
2 Kings 233 ;
Mark 304 ;
Luke 304 ;
Matthew 113 , 174 , 187 , 222 , 231 , 304 ;
Revelation 166 , 202 , 203 , 234 ;
Song of Songs 206 , 208
Bishop, Elizabeth ix
Blaine, Marlin E. 292
Bland, Mark 289
Bliss, Philip 293
Bloch, Chana 144 , 298
Blount, Thomas 294
Boccaccio 175
Bodin, Jean 308
Boethius 200
Boland, Eavan 306
Bond, R. Warwick 290
Book of Common Prayer, The296

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Foreword ix
  • Acknowledgements xv
  • A Note on Sources and Spelling xvii
  • 1 - Irremediably Donne 1
  • 2 - Ben Jonson and the Art of Inclusion 23
  • 3 - Patriotic and Popular Poets 54
  • 4 - Caroline Amusements 91
  • 5 - Substance and Style in George Herbert’s the Temple 135
  • 6 - The Once and Future Poet 156
  • 7 - Arenas of Retreat 190
  • 8 - From Wroth to Philips 210
  • 9 - Andrew Marvell 253
  • Notes 287
  • Index 310
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