The Battle of the Books: History and Literature in the Augustan Age

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Index
Académie des Inscriptions, 145-46, 149
Académie Française, 24, 39, 124, 127n, 133
Academy of the Ricovrati, 135
Achilles, 136, 166, 173, 207, 209. See also Shield of Achilles
Acta Eruditorum, 29, 160n
Addison, Joseph, 59-60, 174, 178, 191- 96, 225, 250-51, 256, 263, 283-87, 337, 377. See also Spectator
Aelfric, 362
Aelian, 151
Aeschylus, 226, 244
Aesop, 49, 52, 70, 102, 104, 118-19
Aldrich, Henry, 49, 53-54, 58-59, 102
Alexander the Great, 28, 343
Alexandrian Library, 23, 26
Allatius, Leo, 138, 150-51, 197, 200, 203
Alsop, Anthony, 59-60, 102
Anacreon, 135, 154, 156n
Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, 330-31, 375-76
Antonine Itineraries, 396, 398
Apotheosis of Homer, 81n, 138, 150, 176, 178-79, 201, 204, 209
Arbuthnot, Dr. John, 195, 222-23, 238, 240-41
Archer, John, 306n
Aristarchus, 151, 160, 163n, 204, 242
Aristophanes, 135, 149
Aristotle, 14, 18, 22, 27-28, 41, 125, 127, 142, 187, 225, 250, 269n, 274, 354, 380
Arnold, Matthew, 231
Arundel, Thomas Howard, Earl of, 164
Arundel Marbles, 80, 138, 164-65, 167, 203, 294n
Athenian Society, 29-30, 303
Atossa, 101
Atterbury, Francis, 40n, 50n, 53, 59-64, 80, 82, 84, 106-9, 112, 116, 121, 193, 226, 251, 253-54, 256, 318, 354, 364, 380
Aubrey, John, 329, 332
Augustan Age, 6, 25, 27, 29, 82, 123-24, 199, 209, 258
Augustus Caesar, 82
Bacon, Francis, 14, 19, 25, 28, 37, 58, 278, 280, 289, 293, 296n, 297, 304, 314, 324, 370
Bagford, John, 386
Baker, Sir Richard, 291-92, 305, 326
Baker, Thomas, 314
Ballard, George, 381
Balzac, Jean-Louis Guez de, 39
Barnes, Edward, 330
Barnes, Joshua, 47-48, 52-53, 71, 79, 152-62, 176, 192-96, 200, 210, 226, 239, 242
Baroccian manuscripts, 154-56
Basil, Saint, 70
Batteley, John, 233, 283
Bayle, Pierre, 135, 150, 178
Beaumont, John, 330n
Bede, 330, 375-76, 397
Begerus, Laurentius, 173-75
Benson, Thomas, 362-63
Bentley, Richard, and Epistles of Phalaris, 50-84, 86, 90; attacked by Christ Church wits, 53-54, 59-66, 72, 106, 409-10; and E. Bernard, 69-71; Dissertations, 73-83; and Locke, 86, 278 -- evaluated: by T. Burnett, 85-88; by Pepys, 66-67; by T. R., 67-68; by T. Robinson, 66

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations xi
  • Acknowledgments xiii
  • Introduction 1
  • Part One - Literature 11
  • Chapter One - Wotton Vs. Temple 13
  • Chapter Two - Bentley Vs. Christ Church 47
  • Chapter Three - Stroke and Counterstroke 85
  • Chapter Four - The Querelle 121
  • Chapter Five - Ancient Greece and Modern Scholarship 148
  • Chapter Six - Pope's Iliad 181
  • Chapter Seven - Pope and the Quarrel between the Ancients and the Moderns 218
  • Chapter Eight - Bentley's Milton 245
  • Part Two - History 265
  • Chapter Nine - History and Theory 267
  • Chapter Ten - Ancients 291
  • Chapter Eleven - Moderns 327
  • Chapter Twelve - Ancients and Moderns 374
  • Conclusion 414
  • Index 419
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