A Critical History of English Poetry

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Index
Abercrombie, Lascelles, 438
Addison, Joseph, 226-8
AE ( Russell, George William), 560-61
Aeschylus, 394, 397 n., 400, 460, 491
Akenside, Mark, 237, 245-6
Albertus Magnus, 10
Alcuin, 3, 6
Aldhelm, 4
Aldington, Richard, 555
Alexander, romances of, 15, 16, 57
Alexander, Sir William, Earl of Stirling, 287
Alfieri, 379
Alfred, King, 4, 9
Allegory, 17-20, 24-5, 26-7, 40-42, 43-4, 59-60, 62-3, 65-6, 72, 80-82, 102
Allingham, William, 502
Anderson, J. Redwood, 568
Angus, Marion, 562
Apollonius, 488
Aquinas, 10, 545
Arbuthnot, John, 214, 225
Arden of Feversham, 147
Ariosto, 72, 75, 76, 82, 87, 355
Aristophanes, 297, 303, 304
Aristotle, 81-2, 83
Armstrong, John, 237
Arnold, Matthew, 410, 476-82, 534
Arthur of Britain, 13, 14
Arthurian romances, 14, 57
Assembly of Ladies, The, 44
Auden, Wystan Hugh, 563, 564
Avitus, 7
Ayton, Sir Robert, 287
Badger, The, 7
Bailey, Philip James, 500
Baillie, Lady Grizel, 287
Bale, John, 54
Ballads, 46-50, 248-51
Bandello, 112
Barbour, John, 55-6, 57
Baring, Maurice, 542
Barclay, Alexander, 45
Barnard, Lady Anne, 290
Barnefield, Richard, 95
Barnes, William, 532
Barrett (Browning), Elizabeth, 463-5
Battle of Brunanburgh, The, 7
Beaumont, Francis, 147-9, 155
Beddoes, Thomas Lovell, 435-6
Bede, 3, 6
Behn, Aphra, 206
Bell, Julian, 568
Belloc, Hilaire, 539
Benoît de Sainte-More, 15, 31
Beowulf, 5-6, 8, 9
Bestiary, The, 11
Bible, 6, 7, 9, 17, 22, 81, 102-3, 104, 177-8, 183, 185, 199, 228-9, 320, 471
Binyon, Laurence, 533, 535, 544, 548-9
Bion, 398
Blair, Robert, 237
Blake, William, 319-34
Blunden, Edmund, 540, 551
Boccaccio, 15, 25, 30, 31, 32, 33, 45, 112, 202, 203, 379, 421, 447, 472
Boethius, 25, 29
Boileau, 222, 412
Book of Common Prayer, 70
Bottomley, Gordon, 533, 538-9
Bowes-Lyon, Lilian, 568
Bowles, W. L., 340
Bridges, Robert, 513-16
Brontë, Emily, 467-8
Brooke, Rupert, 540, 542-3
Brown, Thomas Edward, 503
Browne, Isaac Hawkins, 237
Browne, William, of Tavistock, 101-2
Browning, Robert, 449-62
Bruno, Giordano, 161
Buchan, John, Lord Tweedsmuir, 371, 563
Bunyan, John, 207
Bürger, G. R., 361, 487
Burns, Robert, 293-312, 318

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