Continental Humanist Poetics: Studies in Erasmus, Castiglione, Marguerite de Navarre, Rabelais, and Cervantes

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INDEX
Accolti, Bernardo (Unico Aretino), 95-96, 109
Acquaviva, Cardinal, 260-61
Ad Herennium, 26-27, 336
admiratio, 43-44, 90, 132, 254, 296; and paradox, 92. See alsomarvelous
Aeschylus, 205
Aesop, 7, 10, 333
affaires des placards, 140, 151, 201
affiliation (textual), 308, 310-11, 314, 318, 330, 332
Agrippa, Henry Cornelius, 325-26. Work: Of the vanitie of artes and sciences, 325-26
akatalepsia, 323
Alberti, Leon Bartista, 345. Work: I Libri della Famiglia, 129-31
Albret, Henri d', king of Navarre, 138, 160, 164, 177, 220
Alençon, Charles, duke of, 137-38
allegoresis, 197-98, 220, 223-26, 257
Allen, P. S., 338
Altman, Joel B., 85, 341
Amadís de Gaula. See Montalvo Garci Roderíguez de
Ambrose, 47, 155
Amyot, Jacques, 10, 254-55
anacoluthon, 49
anamorphosis, 326
Anthony, St., 206, 313
antilogy, 25
Antiphysis. SeePhysis and Antiphysis
antistrephon, 82
Aphthonius, 47, 53, 79
Apipan, 10
Aquinas, St. Thomas, 241
Arbó, Sebastian Juan, 305, 351
Aretino, Pietro, 46, 105, 179, 337, 342. Works: La Cortigiana, 105; Ragionamento de la Nanna et de la Antonia, 179
Aretino, Unico. See Accolti, Bernardo
Arezzo, Leonardo Bruni d': Work, De Studiis et Literis, 129
Ariosto, Ludovico, 263. Work: Orlando Furioso, 263
Aristo, 321
Aristotle, 5, 6, 7, 10, 19, 25-26, 34-38, 43-44, 79-81, 88-91, 97, 101, 109-10, 112-14, 125-28, 137-38, 176, 183-84, 193-94, 197-98, 202-3, 221, 231-32, 240, 242, 256, 258-60, 285-88, 305, 311-12, 314-18, 321, 324, 327, 329, 344; cardinal virtues, 207, 255. Works: Historia Animalium, 221; Metaphysics, 229; Nicomachean Ethics, 10, 40, 90, 114, 12527, 138, 344; On Interpretation, 229; Organon, 34, 38-39, 327; Poetics, 10, 34, 39, 41-42, 114; Politics, 10, 114, 125, 127, 138, 344; Prior Analytics, 38, 110; Rhetoric, 10, 19, 25-26, 38-39, 258, 315, 349; Topica, 79, 314
ars disserendi, 11
Ascham, Roger, 51, 104-5, 112-13, 311, 352. Work: The Scholemaster, 51, 113, 311
Asiatic style, 194, 240
asistata, 82-83
asyndeton, 49
ataraxia, 226; defined, 226
Athenaeus: Work, Antiquities, 186
Attic style, 194, 240
Augustine, 40, 47, 119, 141-42, 153- 56, 162, 176-77, 180, 313-14, 346. Works: Confessions, 153-55, 313-14; De Anima, 40; De doctrina christiana, 156; De Trinitate, 40
Avalle-Arce, Juan Bautista, 299, 351
Avellaneda, Alonso Fernandez de, 239
Avicenna, 203
Bacbuc (Rabelais), 183, 192, 222, 228, 233-34
Bacon, Sir Francis, 327-29, 353. Works: Advancement of Learning, 327-28; De

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