John Donne's Articulations of the Feminine

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Adam162, 164-5, 180 see also Eve and
Adams, J. N.64
Aeschylus, Oresteia140 n.
Agrippa, Cornelius151
Allen, D. C.101 n. 9, 118, 154, 217
Andrewes, Lancelot154
Apollonius of Rhodes76 n.
Aretino, Pietro29, 96 n.
Aristotle10, 13
Armstrong, Alan95
articulation: and anatomies 215-17; etymology of 20-1
Augustine, St. 15, 162, 163; De Genesi ad Litteram168, 173, 180
Bacon, Sir Francis24, 158-9, 214
Bal, Mieke145, 146, 157 n., 162, 164- 5
Bald, R. C.22, 55, 58, 77, 101 n., 166, 167, 203
Barclay, Alexander27
Barnes, Barnabe81
Barnfield, Richard47-8
Bassa, see Martial, epigram on
Battersby, Christine26 n., 34, 37 n.
Bedford, Countess of, see Harrington, Lucy
Behn, Aphra37 n., 109
Belsey, Catherine5, 9, 17, 22, 27, 30, 137, 142, 170 n., 224
Benet, Diana Treviño3, 94
Berry, Philippa110 n., 204, 213
Bible 140, 143, 144, 154-5, 156, 180; Geneva Bible155, 161, 164; Vulgate 154, 155-6, 160; Canticles (Song of Solomon) 122; Deuteronomy 207-8. Ecclesiasticus (25: 24) 178; Ephesians (5: 25-7) 169, 172; Genesis 139, 145, 152, 153, 155-6, 157, 162, 165, 167-8, 222, exegesis of 143-4, 145, 147, see also Eve and Adam; Mark (15: 34) 172-3: Matthew (27:46) 21, 172-3; 2 Samuel (1: 26) 161-2; 1 Timothy (2: 11-14) 145, 146, 160-1, 163, 178
Blank, Paula3, 92, 94, 96-7, 137
Blumenfeld-Kosinski, Renate83 n.
Boccaccio32
Boethius 32
Boose, Lynda29
Boutcher, Wayne33
Braden, Gordon214
Bradstreet, Anne40
Brantôme, Pierre de Bourdeille, seigneur de107-8
Brathwaite, Richard31-2
Brooke, Christopher68, 69
Brown, Judith C.106
Brown, Peter234
Bulstrode, Cecilia53-4
Burke, Carolyn15
Butler, Judith 15 n., 133
Bynum, Caroline15 n., 18, 35 n.
Cameron, A. B.54, 56
Capellanus, Andreas212-13
Carew, Thomas52, 54, 61, 80, 82
Carey, John4, 8, 27, 56, 90, 182, 197, 204, 219, 226, 235
Carr, Helen7, 8, 77, 238 n.
Cary, Elizabeth152
Castiglione, The Courtier151-2
Castlehaven, Audley, Mervyn, 2nd Earl of 104-5
Catullus 101, 102
Chamberlain, John158, 166
Church Fathers 177, 180 n., 211; Ambrose168, 234-5; Jerome 147, 163, 168, 177; Tertullian 147, 233
Churchyard, Thomas47
Clifford, Anne77
Coleridge, S. T.238 n., 239
Constable, Henry123
Correll, Barbara3, 94
Crompton, Louis116 n.
Crooke, Helkiah75 n., 190, 191, 217, 230
Curtius, Ernst35, 41
Daniel, Samuel34
Dante 108, 109, 123, 203, 204

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