Early Tudor Poetry, 1485-1547

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INDEX
Abel, Walter, 402
Abélard, 121, 124
Abingdon Abbey, 322
Academy, 333
Act of the Six Articles, 387
Act regulating printing, 488
Addison, J., on ballads, 325; on Paradise Lost, 324
Ad Herennium, 141; quoted, 131 (note)
Aeneas Silvius, see Piccolomini
Alamanni, Luigi, 476-477; Il Diluvio Romano, 353; satire, I vi diro, quoted, 478; on blank verse, quoted, 354 (note); mentioned, 480, 483
Alberti, Leon Battista, 322
Albertus Magnus, 121
Alcock, John, mentioned by Barclay, 245, 246, 247; reputed author of Castle of Labour, 426
Alcuin, 128
Aldus, 260, 263
Aliene dictionis introductio, 137
Allegory, erotio, 62-74; moral, 74-92
Allen, H. Warner, Celestina, 365
Allen, John, 427, 429
Allen, P. S., Age of Erasmus, 19; Erasmi Epistolae, 279
Ammonius, 27
Andersen, Hans C., 413, 496
André, Bernard, 418, 419
Andrelinus, Faustus, 282
Andrews Laurens, 128, 409
Anglia, 150
Anne of Cleves, 383
Anonymous, What our lives render, 524; Who craftily cast, 527; The wisest way, 529
Apollo of Corinth, 172
Apuleius, 262
Aquinas, St. Thomas, 121, 295
Arber, Edward, 78, 89, 128, 150, 207, 208, 212, 344 (note)
Arber's Reprints, 344, 530
d'Arc, Jeanne, 434
Architectural development in Renaissance, 6
Aretino, Pietro; his life, 480; Humanitá di Cristo, 481; I Sette Salmi, 481; Raggiamenti, 17; mentioned, 236, 380, 483, 514
Ariosto, Ludovico, quoted 66; influenced Wyatt, 456-457 (note); mentioned, 456
Aristophanes, sold by Dorne, 281
Aristotle, Ethics, 263; sold by Dorne, 281; mentioned, 141
Aristotle, the senile, 83
Armonye of Byrdes, 149
Arnold's Chronicle, 153
Ars Rithmica, 125
Art, development, 6
Art of Memory, 499
Arthur, Thomas, 201
Arthurian Legend, 325
Arundel, Mistress, 511
Ascham, Roger, friend of Elyot, 306; tutor, 306; knows Fourth Book of Aeneid, 356; description of Elizabeth, 339-340; description of Lady Jane Grey, 20, 339; origin of Scholemaster, 330; influenced by Cheke, 305; gives theory of the humanists, 307; his apology for writing in English, 332; his opinion on archery, 315; on blank verse, 356; on classic culture, 317; on dancing, 316; on exercises, 314; on Greek, 318; on immorality, 18; on morality, 310; on purism in speech, 327; on reading, 323, 324; on sports, 315; on style, 144; on teaching, 327;

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