The Aspiring Mind of the Elizabethan Younger Generation

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Index
Abbot, George, Archbishop of Canterbury, 74
Abbot, Maurice, 74
Alexander the Great, 30, 119
Amadis of Gaul, 109-110, 122
Ambition, x, xviii-xxiv, 3-9, 11, 16-18, 20-29, 47-50, 71-72, 79-86, 135-136, 143-145, 155, 170-172, 181-185, 215; Marlovian Aspiration, xxii, 51, 66, 78-86, 146-153, 163-164, 169-171, 188- 189, 196-198, 238
Analogy, importance of, 39, 85, 149-150
Andrewes, Lancelot, 33, 151
Apsley, Sir Allen, sons of, 203
Aquinas, St. Thomas, 122
Ariosto, Lodovico, 110, 122, 178
Aristocracy, xix-xx, 3, 51, 60-61, 66, 106, 137-138, 154, 201, 232-233
Aristotle, 28, 30, 33-34, 40, 63, 67, 69, 75, 122, 186, 233-234
Armada, defeat of, xviii, 79, 96, 203-204, 230
Ascham, Roger, 60, 62, 77
Aske, Sir Robert, 12
Augustine, St., 46, 49
Augustus, 119
Authorities, respect for, 68-69, 77-78, 119, 121-123
Avarice, 31-32
Babington Plot, xviii
Bacon, Lady Ann, 130, 133, 219
Bacon, Anthony, 53, 63, 75, 206, 208, 214-221; and the Cecils, 130, 217-218, 220, debts of, 219, 221; and Elizabeth, 217, 220; and Essex, 130, 215, 217-218, 220-221; foreign service of, 216-217, 237; and Francis Bacon, 130, 214-216, 219- 221; influential connections of, 69, 75, 215-216; poor health, 58, 219-220
Bacon, Francis, xvii, 50, 53-54, 63-64, 75, 115, 141, 156-157, 206, 215, 235; and the advancement of learning, 170, 182-192; ambitious nature, 181-185; and Anthony Bacon, 54, 214-216, 219-221; early career, 131-132, 142, 182, 205, 226; education of, 63-64; and Essex, 130-133; family of, 53-54, 69-70, 75; and the idea of progress, 197, 199-200; and Robert Cecil, 130-133; Essays, xvii, 182; Great Instauration, 182, 186-187; New Atlantis, 182, 186, 190-191
Bacon, Sir Nicholas, 54, 67, 69-70, 181, 215
Baldwin, William, 26, 40, 157; Mirror for Magistrates, 26, 43-44
Baroque spirit, 163-164
Battenhouse, Roy W., 148
Bayard, Chevalier, 225
Berlew, David E., xxiii
Bernard, St., 31
Bertie, Peregrine, Lord Willoughby, 91, 211, 223
Blount, Charles, Lord Mountjoy, xiv, 64, 70, 100-101, 120-121, 152-153, 206; and Elizabeth, 74-75, 138-139, 212, 222; and Essex, 97, 140
Blount, Sir Christopher, 56-57
Bodley, Sir Thomas, 132
Boleyn, Anne, 12, 22
Bradbrook, M. C., 147
Bradburn, Norman N., xxiii
Bright, Timothy, 232, 234
Brothers, competition between, 53-55
Burgh, Sir John, 108, 206, 208-214; and capture of "Great Carrack," 212-213; and Cumberland, 213; debts of, 204, 210-211; and Elizabeth, 211-212; in France, 211-212; involved in duel, 213- 214; in the Netherlands, 209-211; and Raleigh, 212; understrength companies of, 210
Burgh, Lord Thomas, 209
Burton, Robert, 229-230, 237
Bury, J. B., 195
Cadiz expedition, 96, 132-134
Caesar, Julius, 30, 119, 223
Calvin, John, 122
Cambridge University, 24, 63, 77, 126, 187
Camden, William, 18, 21, 173; Britannia, xvii
Carew, Sir Nicholas, 12
Carey, Robert, 94, 138
Castiglione, Baldassare, Book of the Courtier, 106-107, 122

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