John Donne: His Flight from Mediaevalism

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INDEX
Adams, Henry, 71, 72, 95, 110
Alighieri, Dante, 93, 94, 97-98,98- 99
Aquinas, Thomas, St., 52, 55-56, 79, 89, 175-176
Aucassin and Nicolette, 96
Augustine, St., 74-75, 84, 121, 174
Belloc Hilaire, 16-17, 147
Bennet, Joan, 124
Berdyaev, Nicolai, 100
Bernard, St., 98
Biathanatos, 33, 158
Bredvold, Louis I., 50, 62, 114-115, 138, 167
Brodrick, James, S. J., 52
Burdach, Konrad, 47, 82, 84, 100- 101
Carlyle, Thomas, 94
Chesterton, G. K., 80, 85, 86, 91, 173
Coffin, Charles Monroe, 50
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 126
Copernicus, Nicholas, 53
Courthope, W. J., 48, 105-106, 143
Cram, Ralph Adams, 71-72, 77, 81
Crashaw, Richard., 207-208
Dawson, Christopher, 72, 76
DeQuincey, Thomas, 26
de Wulf, Maurice, 53
Donne, John, Devotions Upon Emergent Occasions, 189, 190-191, 193
Essayes in Divinity, 186-187, 187- 188
Ignatius his Conclave, 57-58, 180- 181
Letters, 27, 28, 29, 32-33, 36, 40- 41, 44, 54-55, 56-57, 64-65
Pseudo-Martyr, 35, 116, 120, 183, 184
Sermons, 62, 65-66, 67, 116-117, 117-118, 121-122,126-127, 180, 182, 183, 184
POETRY:
Aire and Angels, 160-161
An Anatomie of the World, 58, 59, 60, 65, 109
The Baite, 134
The Calme, 130
The Canonization, 130
Confined Love, 135
The Crosse, 37-38
The Dreame, 131, 151-152
Elegie IV, 129
Elegie VIII, 66
Elegie IX, 138
Elegie XII, 129, 130
Elegie XVI, 130, 158-159
Elegie on the Lady Marckham, 55
The Extasie, 131, 137, 181
A Feaver, 153
The Funerall, 129., 131
Goodfriday, 1613. Riding West­ ward, 61
The Indifferent, 155-156
La Corona sonnets, 162
A Letter to the Lady Carey, and Mrs. Essex Riche, from Amyens, 64.
The Litanie, 36-37, 116
Lovers infinitenesse, 145
Loves Alchymie, 66
Loves exchange, 135
The Message, 152-153
Negative love, 157
A Nocturnall Upon S. Lucies day, 123
Obsequies to the Lord Harrington, 133
The Progresse of the Soule, 56, 108, 132
The Relique, 122, 131,137
Satyres, 130, 140-141
The Second Anniversarie, 60-61, 119, 133
Song, 135, 136-137
Sonnet. Tie Token, 135-136

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  • Title Page i
  • Foreword 7
  • Contents 11
  • Chapter I - The Life and Times 13
  • Chapter II - The Mind of Donne: the New Science 47
  • Chaptep III - Mediaeval Synthesis and Renaissance Dichotomy 69
  • Chapter IV - Donne and the Rival Idealisms 105
  • Chapter V - The Heart of the Struggle 129
  • Chapter VI - Donne's Mysticism 165
  • Chapter VII - In the Wake of Donne 196
  • Chapter VIII - Summary 210
  • Bibliography 214
  • Index 220
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