English Poetry in the Sixteenth Century

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INDEX
I. AIRS, 113-15, 116
II. Allegory, 17, 33, 61, 87, 135-41, 152, 158-9
III. Amoretti, 95, 97, 101-3, 106, 107,133
IV. Anacreontics, 36, 83, 84, 88
V. Anti-Petrarchism, 74, 83, 103, 161,165
VI. Archaism, 32, 45, 90, 91
VII. Areopagus, 82
VIII. Ariosto, 32, 35, 135
IX. Aristotle, 18, 38, 14111
X. Arthurian lineage of Tudors, 119-20, 131, 137, 138-9
XI. Astrophel and Stella, 42, 95, 103-6, 132, 153, 163, 168
XII. Aureate Diction, 37-8,49, 75,78,92
XIII. BALLAD, 33, 109, 112, 132, 158154-6
XIV. Ballad Metre, 71, 109, 110
XV. Barclay, A., 86
XVI. Barnefield, R., 36, 93, 99
XVII. Barnes, B., 24, 95, 96, 99-100
XVIII. Breton, N., 28, 93-4, 132, 136
XIX. Broadsheet, 61, 109, 111
XX. Bunyan, J., 15, 16, 139-40, 172
XXI. CALVINISM, 15-16, 145
XXII. Campion, T., 113, 115, 124
XXIII. Castiglione, 12 ff., 134
XXIV. Chaucer, 11, 25, 26, 33, 36, 37, 48, 55, 57, 58, 61, 62, 63, 66, 67, 68, 72, 84, 92, 153, 161-2, 165
XXV. Churchyard, T., 27
XXVI. Civile Wars, The, 124-5
XXVII. Classical metres, 88
XXVIII. Classical models, 34 ff., 47, 57, 84, 86, 135
XXIX. Colin Clout, 51, 57-9
XXX. Colours of Rhetoric, 39
XXXI. Conceit, The, 73, 84, 97 ff., 102, 104-5, 107, 154, 166-7
XXXII. Constable, H., 43, 95, 97-8, 99, 100, 165
XXXIII. Court, 21, 53, 68, 85, 87, 133
XXXIV. Courtly Love, 1011, 21, 37, 49, 73, 107, 149--50, 152
XXXV. DANCE rhythms and poetry, 110- 11
XXXVI. Daniel, S., 19, 29, 95, 101, 118-19, 124-5, 127, 132, 163-4
XXXVII. Daphnis and Chloe, 84, 86
XXXVIII. Davies, Sir John, 164
XXXIX. Davison's Poetical Rhapsody, 36
XL. Decorum, 41-5, 63, 90-2, 116, 166, 170
XLI. Defence of Poesie, 16, 18, 83, 134
XLII. Defence of Rhyme, 124
XLIII. Dekker, T., 28, 45, 108, 164
XLIV. Delia, 95, 101
XLV. Deloney, T., 109, 118, 162
XLVI. Dialect, 31-2, 52
XLVII. Dolman, J., 122-3
XLVIII. Donne, J., 23, 30, 40, 50, 61, 74, 97ff, 106, 107, 116-17, 123, 131, 153, 161-75
XLIX. Dowland, J., 108, 112, 114, 115
L. Drama, 29, 63-4, 86, 106, 143, 168-9
LI. Drayton, M., 24, 29, 83-4, 89, 93 ff., 101, 107, 109, 119, 125- 31, 132, 162, 163, 165
LII. Du Bellay, 32, 35, 82-3
LIII. Dunbar, W., 37, 47, 48, 50

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  • Title Page 3
  • Contents 5
  • Author's Note 7
  • Chapter I - Cross Currents of the Renaissance 9
  • Chapter II - Society and the Poet 20
  • Chapter III - Poetic Theory and Practice 31
  • Chapter IV - John Skelton 47
  • Chapter V - Wyatt and Surrey 65
  • Chapter VI - Shorter Forms of Elizabethan Poetry 81
  • Chapter VII - Historical Poetry 118
  • Chapter VIII - Spenser's Faerie Queene 132
  • Chapter IX - Donne and the Elizabethans 161
  • Bibliography 176
  • Index 181
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