Reading, Society, and Politics in Early Modern England

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Index
Absolom and Achitophel (Dryden) 170, 192, 233, 303–4, 314
abstracting 299
academic presses 264
academic scholarship 65
academies 263, 264
accidentals 73, 76, 78, 93
Achinstein, Sharon 219
Acosta Joseph 332
The Naturall and Morall Historic of the Indies 332
on Second Treatise of Government (Locke) 332
Act for the Advancement of True Religion 102–3
ActofIndemnity and Oblivion 36
Acts and Ordinances of the Interregnum 1642–1660 167
Addison, Joseph 191, 306
Spectator 87
Advancement of Learning (Bacon) 305
adversaria 199
Aeropagitica (Milton) 177, 219, 234, 236, 237
Aesop, fables 329, 347
Agrippa, see fable of the belly
Akenside, Mark 83
Alkon, Paul 92
allusions 192
analogy 221, 222, 223
book/slave 285, 293
medical 221–38
The Anatomy of Melancholy (Burton) 217, 220
Ancient Literacy (Harris) 282
André, Bernard 112
Andrewes, Lancelot 132
Andromeda Liberata (Chapman) 186
animadversion 194, 300
Annunciation 112, 199
Answer (Hobbes) 191
Anton, Robert 169
apocalypse 129, 137, 144
Apocalypsis Apocalypseosis, or The Revelation of St John the Divine Unveiled (More) 146
Apology (More) 46
Apophoreta (Martial) 276, 283
Arbuthnot, John 308
Arcadia (Sidney) 13, 107, 114, 118, 230
Argalus and Parthenia (Quarles) 110, 120
argument 321–3, 324, 343
aristocracy 17, 227, 228
Aristotle 123, 222
Politics 223
armada victory 129, 147
ArsPoetica (Horace) 287
Arundel House 248
Ashmole, Elias 154
Atwood, William 341
authenticity 58
authority 2, 6, 123, 124, 244, 245, 247
authorship 24, 64, 65, 140
Royal Society 249, 250, 260, 266
Bacon, Francis 226, 247
Advancement of Learning 305
NewAtlantis 328
'Of Empire' 222
'Of Studies' 196, 219
Baker, Richard 175
Bale, John 126
Barclay His Argenis 109
Barish, Jonas 169
Barkan, Leonard 229
Barker, Ernest 318, 338
Baron, Robert 176
Baskerville, John 83, 84
The Battle of the Books (Swift) 295, 308
Beaumont, Francis, see Comedies and Tragedies (Beaumont and Fletcher)
Becher, Johann Joachim 244
Beeston, William 170
Behemoth, or The Long Parliament (Hobbes) 187, 194
Behn, Aphra 13
Bell, Jane 174

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