Milton's Burden of Interpretation

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This bibliography lists items actually cited in the text and notes of Milton's Burden of Interpretation. It does not, however, provide a comprehensive list of works cited. I have omitted from the bibliography (but not from the index) some items referred to in the notes that bear a relatively slight relation to the principal concerns of the book. My assumption is that readers encountering these references in the notes will already have there the relevant bibliographical data if, for reasons I cannot anticipate, they wish to consult these items. My hope is that, by eliminating some references here, I enable readers who skim the bibliography to gain from it a more nearly accurate picture of the sorts of discourses this book seeks to engage.For books published before 1900, only places and dates of publication are given; names of publishers are omitted.
Ainsworth Henry. Annotations upon the Book of Psalms. 2d ed. [ London ], 1617.
Aitken David J. "Milton's Use of 'Stand' and the Doctrine of Perseverance." English Language Notes 19 ( 1981-82): 233-36.
Alter Robert. The Art of Biblical Narrative. New York: Basic Books, 1981.
Ambrose. Seven Exegetical Works. Trans. Michael P. McHugh. Washington, DC: Catholic University of America Press, 1972.
Ames William. Medulla Theologica. Translated as The Marrow of Sacred Divinity, Drawne out of the holy Scriptures. London, 1642.
------. The Substance of Christian Religion. London, 1659.
Andrewes Lancelot. A Pattern of Catechisticall Doctrine. London, 1630.
Annotations Upon the Holy Bible. Being a Continuation of Mr. Pool's Work by Certain Judicious and Learned Divines. 2 vols. London, 1683-85.
Annotations upon All the Books of the Old and New Testament. London, 1645.
Armitage Frederick. A History of the Collects. London: Weare, n.d.
Athanasius, Letter XLIX (to Dracontius, c. 354-55). In Select Writings and Letters. Ed. Archibald Robertson. Vol. 4 of A Select Library of Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers of the Christian Church. Ed. Philip Schaff and Henry Wace. 2d ser. 1892. Reprint, Grand Rapids, MI: Wm. B. Eerdmans, 1953.
Atkinson Clarissa W. The Oldest Vocation: Christian Motherhood in the Middle Ages. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1991.
Aubrey John. "Minutes of the Life of Mr John Milton." In The Early Lives of Milton. Ed. Helen Darbishire. London: Constable, 1932.
------. Remaines of Gentilisme and Judaisme ( 1688). Ed. James Britten. London, 1881.
Avgvstine. The Confessions of the Incomparable Doctovr S. Augustine. [Trans. Sir Tobie Matthew ]. [ St. Omer's ], 1620.

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