Index
A
Abrams, M. H., 5
Adams, Gillian, 271
"Adonais" ( Shelley), 245
Aeneid ( Virgil), 9, 19, 99, 164, 198, 201, 212, 220, 221, 257
Aeschylus, 252
Alanus ab Insulis, 70
" Alastor" ( Shelley), 5
Albion's England, 177
Allegory of Love, The ( Lewis), 228
Allen, D. C., 17
Alpers, Paul, 169, 211, 212
Amoretti, 16-17, 23, 78, 281
rhyme scheme in, 17
Anatomy of Criticism ( Frye), 162, 237
Anderson, Judith, 273
Antiquitez de Rome, 197
Anxiety of Influence, The ( Bloom), 260
Arcadia ( Sidney), 30, 256
Arendt, Hannah, 220, 221
Areopagitica ( Milton), 9, 253, 254
Arethusa ( Shelley), 74
Ariosto, Ludovico, 3, 67, 98, 99, 186, 253
Aristotle, 29
Ascham, Roger, 92
" Astrophel," 238-49
revision of myth in, 244-45
Astrophel and Stella ( Sidney), 256
B
Bacon, Francis, 157
Berger, Harry, Jr., 180, 208, 215, 234-35, 236
Bemers, Lord, 191
Blake, William, 2-7, 12, 14, 18, 26, 75, 176, 264
Blenerhassot, Thomas, 262
Bloom, Harold, 255, 260
Boccaccio, Giovanni, 143, 192
Boyle, Elizabeth, 17
Bradbrook, M. C., 142
Bridge, The ( Crane), 5, 74
Browne, William, 165, 262
Bruno, Giordano, 13, 71
Bryskett, Lodowick, 256, 262
Bunyan, John, 27
Burckhardt, Jacob C., 191
Burke, William, 30
Bush, Douglas, 65, 74
Byron, George Gordon Lord, 264
C
Caesars, The ( Julian), 83
Camden, William, 202, 210
Canterbury Tales, The ( Chaucer), 278
General Prologue, 274
Catullus, Gaius Valerius, 271-72
Chaucer, Geoffrey, 13, 17, 57, 131, 187, 252, 253, 255, 264, 273-74, 277-80
Cheney, Donald, 136, 138
Chroniques ( Froissart), 191
Cicero, Marcus Tullius, 70
Civilization of the Renaissance in Italy ( Burckhardt), 191
Clarke, Charles Cowden, 265
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 4, 24, 178, 189, 236
Colin Clouts Come Home Again, 23, 172, 193
Collins, Williams, 251
Comes, Natalis, 78, 192
Complaints, 261
Comus ( Milton), 29, 264
Conquest of Granada, The ( Dryden), 258
Cowley, Abraham, 257
Crane, Hart, 5, 73
Cyropaedia (Xenophon), 30
D
Damon the Mower ( Marvell), 148
Daniel, Samuel, 16
Dante Alighieri, 4, 6, 32
" Daphnaida," 239
d'Aubigné, Agrippa, 67, 68

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  • Edmund Spenser *
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  • Editor's Note ix
  • Introduction 1
  • The Structure of Imagery in "The Faerie Queene" 23
  • The Structure of Allegory in Books I and II of "The Faerie Queene" 41
  • Mutability and the Theme of Process 57
  • The Marriage of the Thames and Medway 73
  • Gardens of Adonis 81
  • The Bower of Bliss 97
  • The "Mutabilitie Cantos": Archaism and Evolution in Retrospect 111
  • Allegory and Pastoral in "The Shepheardes Calender" 141
  • Imagery and Prophecy in "The Faerie Queene" 161
  • The Romance of Romance 181
  • Spenser and the City: the Minor Poems 191
  • Mythologies and Metrics in Spenser 211
  • The Image of Source in "The Faerie Queene" 219
  • "Astrophel" 239
  • "The Footing of His Feet": Spenser's Early Error 251
  • Envy in the Middest of the 1596 "Faerie Queene" 267
  • Chronology 285
  • Contributors 287
  • Bibliography 289
  • Acknowledgments 295
  • Index 297
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