INDEX
Abraham and Isaac, 84
Absalom and Achitophel, 273
abstract (and concrete), 117f, 126, 128-130, 133, 138
Acrasia, 46, 48, 151, 177-182, 188, 225-227, 238, 324
Aeneid, 4, 111, 299
Alanus, 327
All for Love, 31
Allegory, esp. 38, 111-145, 146, 148, 153-154, 172, 206, 207, 267, 285; historical, 320
Alma, House of, 116-117, 124, 169, 173-178, 181, 185, 227, 323, 324
Amores, 8, 13, 16-17, 24, 31, 311
Amoret, esp. 65, 206-212; and Desdemona, 66, 207, 212; and Mariana, 209
antique, 39, 277
appearance and realty, 62-67, 79, 226
Aquinas, 116, 191, 207
Arcadia, 43, 52n
Ariosto, 21, 37, 48, 49, 50, 58, 112, 113, 115, 139-143, 144, 155, 164n, 217, 228n, 244, 252,255, 266, 267, 276, 294n, 299n, 300, 308- 309, 316, 317, 319, 324, 328, 330
aristocracy, 52
Aristotle, Aristotelianism, 52, 53, 54, 55, 62, 113, 116, 150, 150, 152, 153, 157, 168-169, 171-172, 173, 178n, 179-180, 184, 185, 191, 313
Arnold, Matthew, 3, 111, 212n, 220
Ascent of F 6, 124
Ascham, Roger, 215, 295
Atkinson, Dorothy, 329
Auden, w. H., 124, 267
Bacon, Francis, 67
Bandinelli, 235n
Baudelaire, 230
Beauty, 218; see Platonism
Bellay, 215n, 265-266, 329
Bellini, Giovanni, 112, 251n
Belphoebe, esp. 194, 196, 207, 209, 211, 252, 294-304
Bennett, Josephine waters, 173, 313, 319, 322, 324, 325
Bentley, Richard, 261
Bethell, S. L., 312, 315
betrothal, 157, 193, 198, 212n, 215
Bevis of Hampton, 237n
Bible, 161, 183, 189, 195, 207; see Ephesians, Job, revelation, etc.
biographical recreation, danger of, 59, 99
Blake, 151, 192, 192n
Boatwright, Evelyn, 319
Boccaccio, 327
Boiardo, 330
Boke named the Governour, 44
Bosch, Hieronymus, 234
Boswell, James, 87
Botticelli, 236-238, 255
Bower of bliss, 167, 178-182, 237- 238, 239, 244, 323, 324
Bowers, F. T., 87, 315
Bradley, A. C., 4, 59, 75, 76, 87, 96-98, 104, 310, 314, 315
Bradley, F. H., 62, 66, 67, 314
Braggadochio, esp. 41n, 57, 145, 293-304
Bransom, J. S. H., 96n
Britomart ( and Artegall), esp. 15, 54, 64-65, 72, 136-143, 150, 194- 212
Bronzino, 238n
Browning, Robert, 197, 230, 328

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