Of Paradise and Light: Essays on Henry Vaughan and John Milton in Honor of Alan Rudrum

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Index
Page numbers in italics refer to illustrations.
Abbot, George (archbishop of Canter- bury), 101, 183
Abram, David, 274, 286
Ackroyd, Peter, 348 n. 4
Act for the Propagation of the Gospel in Wales, 205, 325
Alciati, Andrea, 265
Allestree, Richard: Sermon Preached at Hampton-Court,151
allusion: definitions of, 71, 79, 83, 95, 97; vs. intertextuality, 83; vs. topos, 72—75
Alter, Robert, 187 n. 19
Anacreon, 265
Andreae, J. V., 248 nn. 35 and 36
Andrewes, Lancelot (bishop of Chichester and Ely), 83
Anselm, Saint: Man in Glory,215
Apollo, 218, 275, 318
Aries, Phillipe, 310—11
Ariosto, Lodovico, 16
Aristotle, 114
Armony of Birds, The,256
Ashmole, Elias: Theatrum Chemicum Britannicum,236
Ashton, Robert, 86
Ashworth, W. B., Jr., 140 n. 32
Aubrey, John, 238, 244, 266
Auden, W. H., 346
Augustine, Saint, 306 n. 8; City of God,146; Confessions,304, 308 n. 35
Ausonius, 218, 228, 233
Aviarum,255
Bach, Johann Sebastian, 294, 306 n. 8
Bacon, Francis, 103, 115, 117, 270; The Advancement of Learning, 124; Sylva Sylvarum,271, 286
Barbour, Reid, 121 n. 57
Barclay, John, 121 n. 64, 121—22 n. 66; Icon Animorum,115
Barthes, Roland, 42, 44, 129
Bauer, Matthias, 22
Baxter, Richard: The Saints' Ever- lasting Rest,149, 215
Bayly, Lewis: The Practice of Piety, 209
Beaumont, Francis, 230
Becatelli (archbishop of Ragusa), 105—6
Becon, Thomas: The Flower of Godly Prayers,209; The Sicke mannes Salve,311, 326 n. 10
Behrendt, Stephen C., 349 n. 29
Belon, Pierre: Histoire de la Nature des Oyseaux,266; Portraits d'oyseaux,126
Bentley, Richard, 91, 123
Bercovitch, Sacvan, 160 n. 11
Beza, Theodore, 40
Blake, Robert, 338
Blake, William, 23, 32947; admira- tion for Milton of, 23, 329, 334, 336—38, 346; critical preconcep- tions of, 332; exiled from London to Felpham, Sussex, 330—31, 337, 338, 339, 347, 348 nn. 5 and 6; and Hayley, 337, 338, 348 nn. 5 and 6; and human culture, 330—31, 333— 34, 335; illness of, 330, 348 n. 5; il- lustrations for Milton's works of, 338, 340; prophetic works of, 332; and religion, 34344. Works: The Four Zoas,348 n. 4; Jerusalem, 332, 340, 34344. See also Milton
Blessington, Francis C., 72, 97—98 n. 1
Bloch, Chana, 184
Blunden, Humphrey, 236
Bodley, Thomas, 247 n. 20

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