On the Literary Genetics of Shakspere's Poems & Sonnets

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INDEXES
The following indexes are divided into four separate categories, as follows:
I. I. Index Bibliographical References (below).
II. II. Index to Citation from Shakspere's Plays (page 388).
III. III. Index to References to Shakspere's Sonnets (page 390).
IV. IV. General Index (page 393).

I. INDEX TO BIBLIOGRAPHICAL REFFERENCES
Acheson, A., Mistress Davenant, 374
Adams, J.Q., Memorial Studies, 351
Alden, R., Sonnets, 176
Allen, D.C., Cornwallis, 197
Anderson (Maxwell), R. L., Elizabethan Psychology, 160
Anonymous, Quarterly, 347
Aphthonius, Progymnasmata, 71
Aquinas, Thomas, Summa, 157
Aristotle, De Anima, 157
Augustine, De Trinitate, 158
Baldwin, T. W., Five-Act Structure, 36; Phoenixities, 372; Pliny, 373; Shakespere's Fester, 323; Small Latine and Lesse Greeke, 2
Barclay, R., Felicitie, 371
Bartlett, P. B., Chapman, 375
Baynes, T. S., Shakespere Studies, 1
Beatty, A., Sonnets, 350-51
Bennett, C. E., Horace, 16
Bhattacherje, M. M., Courtesy, 76
Bishops' Bible, 384
Boas, F. S., Kyd, 157
Bond, R. W., Lyly, 364
Bowden, H. S., Religion, 84
Bradly, G. F., Short Studies, 345
Brandl, A., Sonette, 175
Bray, D., Sonnet-Sequence, 346
Breton, N., Pilgrimage, 80
Brooke, C. F. T., Marlowe, 1; Sonnets, 182
Brown, C., Chester, 374
Bullen, A. H., Peele, 6
Bush, D., Mythology ...Renaissance, 149
Caine, T. H., Sonnets, 349
Camerarius, I., Symbolorum, 377
Carter, A. H., Punctuation, 351
Chalmers, A., English Poets, 20
Chambers, E. K., Elizabethan Stage, 47; Shakespeare, 288
Chambrun, C. L., Shakespeare ActorPoet, 175
Chapman, G., Euthymiae Raptus, 375
Chester, R., Annuals, 79
Cicero, Opera ( 1573), 161; Tusculanarum Quaestionum Lib. V, 247
Comes, N., Mythologia, 19
Cooper, T., Thesaurus, 9
Corpus Scriptorum, 158
Cruickshank, A. H., Noctes Shaksperianae, 56
Cuningham, H., Midsummer Night's Dream, 198
Dolman, J., fyue Questions, 163
Dowden, E., Sonnets, ( 1881), 201
Doyle, J. E., Baronage, 175
Du Bartas, See Saluste du Bartas, G. de
Dürnhöfer, M., Venus and Adonis, 37
Erasmus, Desiderius, Adagia ( Basle, 1574), 19
Evelyn-White, H. G. Hesiod, 71
Ewig, E., Lucrece97
Fairchild, A. H. R., Studies226
Fairclough, H. R., Virgil, 24
Fitzpatrick, M. C., Lactanti De Ave Phoenice, 364
Florio, J., Second Frutes ( 1591), 298
Foster, B. O., Livy, 141
Foxe, J., Actes and Monumentes, 371
Frauce, A., Victoria, 158
Frazer, J., Fasti ( 1931), 112
Fripp, E. I., Quyny, 183; Shakespeare, 183; Studies, 14
Furness, H. H., Tempest, 69
Gascoigne, G., Posies, 345

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