Theory and Theology in George Herbert's Poetry: Divinitie, and Poesie, Met

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INDEX OF POEMS
Aaron62, 193-5, 241
Ad Decum57, 58
Affliction (i) 51, 50, 166, 215, 250, 266
Affliction (iii) 109, 110, 164, 214
Affliction (iv) 153, 156
The Altar 48, 205, 268
The Answer 149, 272, 279
Artillerie 93, 119, 120, 163, 270
Assurance 115,154156,163, 245
The Bag 80, 162, 174
The Bunch of Grapes 144, 264
Businesse 245
The Call 84, 88
Christmas 81, 111, 249
Church-musick 240
Clasping of hands 189, 235
The Collar 61, 98, 109, 110, 150, 158, 165, 239, 242, 249
Complaining 248
Confession 114, 115, 244
Conscience 198, 245
Constancie 269
The Crosse 110, 214, 216, 217, 255, 257
Death 195, 252, 277
Decay 51
The Dedication 236
Deniall 52, 82, 98, 128, 157, 249, 251
Dialogue 166, 168-70, 193, 194, 249
Discipline 254
Divinitie 32
Doom-day 277
Dulnesse 39, 138, 149
Easter 51, 111, 160
Easter-wings 40, 240, 243
The Elixir 255, 277
Employment (ii) 40, 107, 149
EPhes. 4.30. Grieve not the Holy Spirit, etc.118
Even-song 111, 269
Faith 192, 238
The Familie 118
The Flower 217, 218, 242, 257, 273
The Foil 107
The Forerunners 8, 52, 230, 251, 271
Frailtie 115, 218
Giddinesse 235
The Glimpse 273
Good Friday 113, 160, 244
Grace 51, 56
Gratefulnesse 51, 251
Grief 121-3, 254
H. Baptisme (ii) 62
The H. Communion 41, 51, 161, 244
The H. Scriptures (ii) 81, 142
Heaven 249, '277
The Holdfast 221, 236, 238, 245, 249, 250
Home 83, 251, 253, 254
Hope 142
Jordan (i) 47, 115, 230, 239
Jordan (ii) 47,49, 50, 98, 139, 165, 239, 243, 245, 249, 277
Josephs coat 138, 214
Judgement 80, 277
Lent 93
Longing 83, 84, 86, 88, 151
Love (i) 47
Love (ii) 47, 205
Love unknown 171, 173, 174
Mans medley 265-7
Mattens 111, 269
Memoriae Matris Sacrum66-8
The Method 93, 115, 163, 247
Miscrie 40
Mortificafon 32, 217, 264
Nature 51, 110, 113, 150, 151, 156
Obedience 274
The Odour 107
An Offering 159, 160
A Parodie 83, 154, 163
The Pearl 264

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