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INDEX

249 ff.

Accent, in Milton's verse, Bacon, Sir Francis, 55.

Bentley, Richard, editor of
Adam, Milton's, 157 ff., 162 ff., Milton, 264-265.
215.

Bible, The, Milton's use of, 93,
Addison, Joseph, his critique on 190 ff.; résumé of in Para-
Paradise Lost, 257.

dise Lost, 169 ff.
Aeschylus, 236.

Bion, pastoral tradition in, 132.
Allusions, Milton's, 238-239. Blake, William, inspired by
Andreini, Giovanni Battista, in- Milton, 267; inverts Milton's

fluence on Paradise Lost, 199. ethics, 267-268.
Angels, Milton's, 159, 194. Blank verse, Miltonic, in eigh-
Anglesey, Earl of, 43.

teenth century poetry, 261.
Anonymous Biography, The, 4; Blank verse paragraph, The,
quoted, 28-30, 38-39, 47-48.

its nature, 245.
Apocrypha, The, Miltonic use Bodin, Jean, 188.

Boehme, Jakob, 185.
Apology for Smectymnuus, An, Bonomatthai, Benedetto, 20.
31,

of, 191.

63-64; extract from, Breton, Nicholas, 119.
273 ff.

Bridges, Robert, 248.
Apposition, in Milton's style, Brown, William, 115-116.
235.

Bruno, Giordano, 185.
Archaism, in Milton's style, 235. Bucer, Martin, his argument
Areopagitica, writing of, 32; for divorce, 68.

occasion of, 72 ff.; summar- Buchanan, George, 89, 188.
ized, 74-75; influence of, 75- Burton, Robert, 119.
76; form of, 76.

Byron, his

Satan worship,
Ariosto, Miltonic source, 205. 269.
Aristotle, 56, 222.
Aubrey, John, his account of Cabala, The, Milton's knowl-

Milton, discussed, 4; extracts edge of, 185.
from, 44 ff.

Caedmon, 197-198.
Augustine, Saint, 178, 193. Caesura, in Milton's verse, 251-
Avitus, Saint, 196, 197.

252.

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with his attitude toward
establishment, 94-95; Moloch
and, 153.

com-

Calvinism, Milton's relation to,

178, 186.
Cambridge Manuscript, The,

order of the poems in, 120-
121 ; contains plans for Para-

dise Lost, 142 ff.
Caryl, Joseph, 69.
Casa, Giovanni della, 137.
Castiglione, 133.
Catharsis, Milton's interpreta-

tion of, 222.
Chorus, function of in Samson,

224 ff.

Dante, his cosmology

Christ, Milton's view of, 112,

pared with Milton's, 175; his
angelology, 194; Milton's ad-

miration of, 275, 277.
Davis, Dr., Milton plans mar-

riage with daughter, 27.
Davity, Pierre, his geography

used in Milton's school, 23.
Decorum, Milton's observance

of, 223.
Defence of the English People,

The, writing of, 36; account

of, 82 ff.
Defence of the English People,

The Second, extracts from,
8-9, 12, 13, 39 ff., 283 ff.; writ-
ing of, 37; account of,

84 ff.

114, 180; in Paradise Lost,
155, 170, etc.; in Paradise

Regained, 182, 215 ff.
Christian Doctrine, Of, men-

tioned by Phillips, 24; divorce
in, 69; interpretation of the
fall in, 167; on the represen-
tation of God, 178; on the
duties of man, 183; compared
with Paradise Lost, 177;

heresy in, 180.
Civil Power in Ecclesiastical

Causes, Of, 40, 95.
Claudianus, 196.
Comenius, Joannes, 71.
Commonplace Book, Milton's,

67, 103, 177, 215.
Comus, Wotton's admiration of,

18-19; date and occasion of,
124 ff.; as a masque, 125 ff.;
theme of, 126; sources of,

127 ff.; adaptations of, 259.
Copernicus, Milton's knowledge

of his system, 163, 172.
Cowley, Abraham, 209.
Cowper, William, influence of

Milton on, 263.
Cromwell, Oliver, Milton's

praise of, 86; dissatisfied

Derby, Countess of, Arcades

written for, 122.
Diodati, Charles, Milton's let-
ter to, 16-18. See Epitaphium
Damonis, Latin Elegies, Son-

nets.
Diodati, Giovanni, 21.
Divorce pamphlets, The, writ-

ing of, 29; discussed, 65 ff.
Dryden, John, 45, 256; his epi-

gram on Milton, 258-259;
declares Satan hero of Para-

dise Lost, 268.
Du Bartas, La Semaine, Mil-

tonic source, 161, 198-199.

See Sylvester.
Du Moulin, Peter, real author

of The Cry of the King's

Blood, 84.
Dunster, Charles, 266.
Durie, James, 92.

12.

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Ecclesiastical tracts, The, writ- Gill, Alexander, the elder, Mil-

ing of, 30; discussed, 59 ff. ton's teacher at St. Paul's, II.
Eden, Garden of, 157.

Gill, Alexander, the younger,
Education, Of, writing of, 32. Milton's letter to, 12-13.

See Milton's prose works. God, Milton's, 155-156, 178.
Egerton family, The, Comus Gray, Thomas, tribute to Mil-
written for, 122-123.

ton, 259; influenced by Mil-
Eikon Alethine, 81.

ton's lyrics, 263-264.
Eikon Basilike, its authorship, Greenlaw, Edwin, 206.
80.

Grotius, Hugo, visited by
Eikon Episte, 82.

Milton, 19; Miltonic source,
Eikonoklastes, writing of, 34-

201-202, 206.
35, 36; discussed, 80 ff.
Elegy I, extract from,

Hakewell, George, Apologie,
See Elegies.

56.
Elegy VI, 107, 141, 277.

Hakluyt, Richard, Voyages, 101.
Elegies, Milton's Latin, 105 ff.,

Hall, Joseph, his episcopal
277.

tracts, 58, 63.
Elision, in Milton's verse, 247.

Harrington, James, ideas on
Ellwood, Thomas, 147, 212-213.

rotation adopted by Milton,
Enoch, Book of, 191.

98.
Epitaphium Damonis, 107, 132,

Havens, Raymond, 234, 261,

263.
142, 279.
Epithets, Compound, in Para-

Hayley, William, 266.
dise Lost, 236.

Hebrew, studied in Milton's
Euripides, 129, 196, 225.

school, 23.
Evc, Milton's, 158 ff., 192.

Heimbach, Peter, Milton's let-

ter to, 44-45.
Fathers, The Church, 192-193.

History of England, Milton's,
Featley, Daniel, Dippers Dipt,

39, 42, 89 ff.
69.

Hobbs, Thomas, Paradise Lost
Fisher, Elizabeth, her testimony

an answer to, 186-187.
in will proceedings, 51-52.

Hog, William, 266.
Fletcher, Giles, III, 112, 113,

Hume, Patrick, editor of Mil-
207-209.

ton, 264.
Fletcher, John, 119, 129.

Hybris, Milton's use of, 196,
Fletcher, Phineas, 109, 112, 207-

225.
209, 215.

Iliad, The, 194 ff.

Inversion, in Milton's style, 234-
Galileo, Milton's visit to, 3;

235.
Milton's knowledge of his
system, 172.

Jesuits, English, plot against
Geoffrey of Monmouth, 278. Milton, 21.

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