Studies in Spenser, Milton and the Theory of Monarchy

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INDEX
Adam and Eve, joint hero of Paradise Lost, 69n,71, 80, 81, 82-83, 86, 87, 88; perfection of, before the Fall, 108, 110-11, 122, 125, 127
Addison, Joseph, his objection to learning in Paradise Lost, 70, 71, 88, 90; on the theme of Paradise Lost, 71
Animadversions upon the Remonstrant's Defence against Smectymnuus, Milton's use of the term perfection in, 121
Anne of Cleves, promised to Henry VIII, 32; marriage of, to Henry VIII, 33; rejected by Henry VIII, 33; Stigel's epigrams to, 35; praised in Stigel's Epithalamium, 35, 40; pomp of her departure for England, 39-40
Apology for Smectymnuus, An, Milton's use of the term perfection in, 120n,121
Aquinas, Thomas, De Regimine Principum, 45, 49n,50n,51n,52n,60; his definition of perfection,95, 96, 101-2, 123, 129
Areopagitica, on Christian liberty, 82; on the need of learning, 91-92; defense of sects in, 114; Milton's use of the term perfection in, 120
Aristotle, Politics, 47, 53; idea of perfection in Metaphysics, 94, 102
Arminius, see Hermans, Jacobus
Arnold, Matthew, on the theme of Paradise Lost, 75; his definition of culture, 113
Astrophel, Spenser's expression of admiration for Rosalinde in, 3
Atonement, meaning of, 111
Augsburg Confession, 103
Augustine, on the nature of sin, 91; on the nature of perfection, 100-1, 129; read by Thomas Ellwood, 116; cited on divorce, 122
Bacon, Francis, Advancement of Learning, 89
Bagehot, Walter, on the theme of Paradise Lost, 74-75
Banks, Theodore, "Spenser's Rosalinde: a Conjecture", 12
Baptist movement, the, origin of Quakerism in, 107-10; Arminian nature of, 108; Milton's tenets like those of, 108; early history of, 108- 10, 113; Milton's idea of perfection unlike that of, 130
Barclay, Robert, 106, 107n,112n,113, 130
Barker, Arthur, Milton and the Puritan Dilemma, 15n; quoted, 81, 82
Bartholomew the Englishman, Bestiary, 49n
Baumer, Franklin Le V., Early Tudor Theory of Kingship, 31-32n
Bees, government of, 49-50, 57, 61
Bennett, Josephine Waters, The Evolution of the Faerie Queene, 4n
Bible, the, as the source of Paradise Lost, 80, 83-84, 88, 95; use of the term perfection in, 96-98, 120, 121, 122, 123, 125, 126; Milton's chief source, 99, 118, 125, 129
"Bigge Bulles of Basan", 23, 27
Blake, William, his interpretation of Paradise Lost, 74
Body Politic, the, 49, 57
Braithwaite, William C., The Second Period of Quakerism, 106n,113n;

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents ix
  • The Glosses Concerning Spenser's Rosalinde 1
  • Spenser's Diggon Davie 15
  • Melancthon, Stigel, and Henry VIII 31
  • Theories of Monarchy in "Mum And the Sothsegger" 42
  • The Theme of "Paradise Lost" 66
  • Milton and the Idea Of Perfection 94
  • Index 133
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