Professional Imaginative Writing in England, 1670-1740: Hackney for Bread

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Index
Compiled by Shaun Regan
Abergavenny, Katherine Neville, Lady 282-3, 285
'Act for the Encouragement of Learning, An', see Copyright Act ( 1710)
Addison, Joseph:
and aesthetics 10, 154, 168, 178, 186-90, 199, 288
canonical position of 12, 199
and criticism, literary 153, 187
and Dennis9-10, 171, 175-8, 186, 187
earnings of 48
and politeness 147, 150, 153, 154, 162, 171, 173-5, 176, 177-8, 180- 1, 187, 200, 243, 250, 251, 305, 306
and Pope171, 195, 209, 306, 307
and professional writing 162, 178, 181-2, 306
and Shaftesbury10, 178, 180-1, 186, 187
and Steele10, 175, 178, 180, 181, 200
and style, literary 183-4
Cato9, 48, 171-2, 173-7, 195, 251, 253, 254
Dialogues upon the Usefulness of Ancient Medals180-1, 183
'Pleasures of the Imagination' papers 10, 168, 186-90
Remarks on Several Parts of Italy 180
Admiral's Men 55
aesthetics 89, 250
and beauty 165-8, 189-90, 199
and commerce 154-5, 186-7, 188-9
and 'disinterestedness' 6, 168, 190, 199
and ethics 165-8
and language 187
and 'literature' 198-9
and nature 155, 165-8, 186, 188, 189
and ownership 10, 167-8, 188-90, 305
and politeness 9-10, 154-5, 165-8, 170, 177-8, 185-90, 199, 240, 305
and professional writing 11, 154-5
and reading public 10, 154-5, 165-6, 187-90, 199
see also allusion; genius; humours comedy; imitation; originality; plagiarism; 'rules' (neo-classical); 'sublime', the; taste; wit
allusion 83-4, 198
Amery, John (publisher) 19
Amherst, Nicholas, seeCraftsman, The
Amis, Martin:
Information, The14
ancients-moderns dispute 3, 42, 101- 2, 126-7, 159, 161, 171, 178
Anne, Queen74
Apothecaries, London Society of140-3
Arbuthnot, John265
architecture 165, 258, 261, 266, 296
Aristotle126, 187, 269
see also 'rules' (neo-classical)
Arnold, Matthew240
Culture and Anarchy188
Arundel, Thomas Howard, second Earl of 261
Astbury, Raymond33-4
Astell, Mary215
Atterbury, Francis, see Clarke, John
( Francis Atterbury)
Aubin, Penelope218 n.
Austen, Jane206
Northanger Abbey235-6
authorship:
conceptions of 21, 22, 41, 43, 86, 163-4
conditions of 70, 71-2, 77-8, 289
and legal discourse 23, 35-6, 40, 42, 146
proprietary model of 24-5, 34-7, 38-9, 41-4, 146
regulatory model of 23, 25

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