Index
[This index excludes the information, systematically arranged for reference purposes, given in the notes before each chapter.]
Allen, Edward, 101
Ambrose, St., 160
Anacreon, 50
Andrewes, Lancelot, 94, 160 n.12
Angeriano, 65
Anjou, Duke of, 19, 99, 102, 113, 116
Apuleius, 166
Aquinas, 158, 160, 167, 169-70
Aretine, 98
Ariosto, 53, 56-60, 64, 68-9, 178
Aristophanes, 165
Aristotle, 115, 157, 158, 168-70, 171-2
Ascham, Roger, 6, 65, 95 n.3
Auden, W. H., 134
Augustine, St., 159-61, 163, 167, 168
Ausonius, 50
Baif, de, 123
Banos, de, 127
Barclay, A., 190
Barnes, Barnabe, 21
Barnfield, Richard, 47, 48
Bartas, G. du, 204
Bastard, Thomas, 184
Bellay, du, 53, 128 n.17
Bembo, Pietro, 12, 55, 56, 58
Benedict XIV, Pope, 170, 172
Berger, H., 157-8, 167
Best, Charles, 50
Beza, 50, 183
Bibiena, Cardinal, 98
Boccaccio, 153
Bodenham, John, 47
Boiardo, 56-7, 64
Bolton, Edmund, 47, 48
Botticelli, 62, 154-5
Boyle, Elizabeth, 63
Brathwaite, R., 191
Breton, Nicholas, 38, 43, 44, 46, 47, 51
Brice, Thomas, 33
Browne, William, 47
Browning, R., 220
Bruno, G., Gli Eroici Fuori, 66, 120
Bryskett, L., 115 n.3
Buchanan, George, 50, 183
Burchiello, 11
Byrd, William, 132, 144
Campanella, 11
Campian, Thomas, 51, 124, 131-7, 144
Carew, Thomas, 204, 219
Cariteo, 60
Cartari, Vincenzio, 153, 154, 165, 197
Cartwright, William, 51
Casaubon, 190
Catullus, 64
Cavalcanti, G., 12
Cavalieri, Tommaso, 66
Cecil, Anne, 112
Cecil, William ( Lord Burghley), 97, 102, 112-13, 117-18
Cervantes, 175
Challoner, Sir Thomas, 176
Chapman, George, 51, 152-4
Chaucer, Geoffrey, 13, 32-3, 35, 40, 58, 92, 109, 205
Cheke, Sir John, 35, 95 n.3
Cicero, 126, 166, 170-1
Claudian, 161, 165
Clement of Alexandria, 164, 166
Comes, Natalis, 162-3, 166-8, 197
Compton, Sir Henry, 38
Constable, Henry, Diana, 21
de' Conti, Giusto, 60
Conti, N., 153
Coperario, Giovanni, 141
Corbett, Richard, 51
Cornelius Gallus, 163
Court of Venus, The, 31, 32, 33-4
Crashaw, Richard, 51
Crowley, Robert, 178
Cudden, Robert, 40
Daniel, John, 132, 135-9
Daniel, Samuel, 11, 21-2, 24-6, 44, 61-3, 131-2, 135, 193

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  • Title Page 3
  • Contents 5
  • List of Plates 6
  • Preface 7
  • Note 10
  • I - The Sonnet from Wyatt to Shakespeare 11
  • Note 30
  • II - Collections of Songs and Sonnets 31
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