The Concept of Nature in Nineteenth-Century English Poetry

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INDEX
Roman numerals refer to chapters in which the author is treated as a main subject. Mere book and page references in the Notes are not listed in this Index, except in the case of editors and scholars whose names would not otherwise appear.
Abelard, Peter, 172
Abercrombie, Lascelles, 549
Abernethy, John, 337
Ackermann, Richard, 562, 588
AE (George W. Russell), 535-8
Agassiz, Jean Louis Rodolphe, 341
Aiken, Conrad, 553
Akenside, Mark, 31, 55, 92, 110, 115, 175-6, 330, 576
Albertus Magnus, 240
Aldington, Richard, 550
Alison, Archibald, 129, 133
Aquinas, Saint Thomas, 18, 158, 172
Aristotle, 68, 350, 352, 410, 514
Arnold, Matthew, XIV, 15, 200, 285, 316-7, 456, 471
Auden, W. H., 556, 558
Augustine, Saint, 383, 555
Averroës, 326
Babbitt, Irving, 9, 27, 555
Bacon, Francis, Lord, 22, 321-2, 410, 590, 598
Baker, Henry, 175
Baldwin, James Mark, 591
Barnard, Ellsworth, 562, 586-7, 591
Batho, E. C., 206
Bayle, Pierre, 102-3, 120, 584
Beattie, James, 19, 38-9, 576
Beatty, Arthur, 128-9, 132-8, 145, 151-2, 155, 160, 571, 579-80
Beaven, A. H., 586
Beccaria, Giovanni Battista, 236
Beljame, A., 585
Bell, Sir Charles, 337-8
Bentham, Jeremy, 221, 497, 595
Bentley, Richard, 48, 76-81, 83, 170-1, 571, 575
Bergson, Henri, 273
Berkeley, George (Bishop), 12, 20, 48, 53, 71-5, 82, 87, 102, 106-9, 123, 128, 203, 252, 272, 307-8, 330-1, 426-7, 547, 574-5, 590, 593
Bernthsen, Sophie, 584-5
Bhagavat Gita, The, 347
Bible, The, 18, 104, 358, 372
Biese, Alfred, 562
Binyon, Laurence, 530-1
Bishop, John Peale, 556-7
Blake, William, 13, 112-4, 576
Blind, Mathilde, 522-4
Blumenbach, Johann Friedrich, 22, 57
Boas, George, 18, 19, 158, 562
Boatright, Moady C., 603
Boehme, Jakob, 573
Bogan, Louise, 556-7
Bolingbroke, Henry St. John, first Viscount, 56
Bonnet, Charles, 330
Bottomley, Gordon, 549
Bourget, Paul, 432
Bowles, William Lisle, 43
Boyle, Robert, 67-70, 106, 158, 167-70, 409, 571, 577
Bradley, A. C., 575
Brandl, Leopold, 229
Brennecke, Ernest, 513-4, 516-7
Brett, G. S., 589
Bridges, Robert, 16, 230, 524-8, 532, 543
Bridgewater Treatises, The, 408
Brooke, Henry, 57, 82, 93, 94, 111, 576
Brooke, Rupert, 436, 549
Brooke, Stopford, 115, 561
Brown, Thomas, 338
Browning, Robert, XVI, 15, 267-8, 297,

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