Index
Abbotsford, 10, 12, 176
Addison, Joseph, 124
agriculture, 9, 59, 180, 182, 208, 209
Aiken, Lucy, 83
alcohol, 204, 210
Alexander, J. H., ix
alienation, 43, 45, 47, 189–90, 201, 218
Allen, Emily, 202
America, 67, 92, 122, 139
Anderson, Benedict, 30, 47
Anti-Jacobin, 70
antiquarianism, 4, 10, 11, 21, 48, 55, 61, 152, 218
aristocracy, 2, 46, 67–9, 76, 80, 191, 195, 196, 198, 200
Assmann, Jan, 48
astrology, 93–4
Austen, Jane, 192
autonomy, 158, 189
Bage, Robert, 191
Baillie, Joanna, 77
'bardic nationalism', 4–5, 10
Barnes, Julian, 220
Barrell, John, 16
Bauman, Zygmunt, 189
Bayley, C. A., 89
Bellah, Robert, 151, 203
Bernier, Celeste-Marie, 115
Bhabha, Homi, 131
Bhatt, Chetan, 160
Bindman, David, 139
Blackstone, Sir William, 196
Blackwood's Magazine, 10
Blake, William, viii, 214
Boaden, James, 49
body, 12, 22–5, 102–3
Bolingbroke, Henry St John, Viscount, 7
borderers, 22, 34–5, 39–40, 90
Borges, Jorge Luis, 220
Bourdieu, Pierre, 77–8, 121–2
Bourne, Henry, 10
Brand, John, 10
Brims, John, 156
British Convention, 54, 60, 156
British Critic, 7
Bronfen, Elizabeth, 104
Bruzelius, Margaret, 116
Bunyan, John, 178, 179
Burke, Edmund, viii, 3, 7, 12, 19, 31, 33, 61, 80, 94, 154, 166, 214
Reflections on the Revolution in France, 69–72
Burke, Peter, 11
Burns, Robert, 14, 35, 49, 210
Burrow, John, 5
Bush, George Herbert, 121
Bush, George W., 106
Byatt, A. S., 220
Byron, Lord, viii, 36, 127, 137–8, 166
Calder, Angus, 156
Caledonian antisyzygy, 188–9
Calvino, Italo, 220
Canada, 176
Caretta, Vincent, 74
Carlyle, Thomas, viii, 19, 20
Castle, Terry, 193

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  • Chapter 3 - The Condition of England 67
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