A Dictionary of Literary Symbols

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Abbreviations
Bible
AV
Authorized Version (King James Version) of the Bible (1611). All quotations are from this version unless otherwise stated.
NT
New Testament. Quotations from the NT that are paralleled in more than one Gospel are cited from the first in which they appear (usually Matthew).
OT
Old Testament
NEB
New English Bible (1961)
Pindar
Olymp.
Olympian
Pyth.
Pythian
Isth.
Isthmian
Nem.
Nemean

Horace

Quotations from Horace are from the “Odes” or
Carmina unless otherwise stated.

Ovid
Met. Metamorphoses
Apuleius
Met. Metamorphoses (or The Golden Ass)
Chaucer
CT
Canterbury Tales (Gen. Pro. = General Prologue, Pro. = Prologue)
PF
Parliament of Fowls
TC
Troilus and Criseyde
Spenser
FQ
Faerie Queene (Pro. = Prologue)
SC
Shepheardes Calendar
Shakespeare
1H4, 2H4
King Henry the Fourth, Part One, Part Two
1H6, 2H6, 3H6
King Henry the Sixth, Part One, Part Two, Part Three
2GV
Two Gentlemen of Verona
12N
Twelfth Night
AC
Antony and Cleopatra
AWEW
All's Well that Ends Well

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  • A Dictionary of Literary Symbols *
  • Contents *
  • Acknowledgments viii
  • Abbreviations ix
  • Introduction 1
  • A Dictionary of Literary Symbols 7
  • Authors Cited 249
  • Bibliography 259
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