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THE MIDDLE AGES                                 3      3      THE MIDDLE AGES.
Before the Norman                               32     27     Before the Norman Conquest.
Conquest
***BEOWULF (A Penguin Classics Translation      32     27     Beowulf.
by Michael Alexander)

Response. John Gardner: from Grendel            107    93     * Response. John Gardner, From Grendel.
***THE TÁIN                                     111    96     * Early Irish Narrative.
                                                       97     * The Labour Pains of the Ulaid & The Twins
                                                              of Macha.
                                                       98     * The Birth of Cú Chulaind.
                                                       99     * The Naming of Cú Chulaind.
EARLY IRISH                                     133    100    Early Irish Verse.
VERSE

To Crinog                                       134    101    To Crinog.
Pangur the Cat                                  135    102    Pangur the Cat.
Writing in the Wood                             136    103    Writing in the Wood.
The Viking Terror                               136    103    The Viking Terror.
The Old Woman of Beare                          137    104    The Old Woman of Beare.
Findabair Remembers Fróech                      140    107    Findabair Remembers Fróech.
A Grave Marked with Ogam                        140    107    A Grave Marked with Ogam.
From The Voyage of Máel Dúin                    141    108    From The Voyage of Máel Dúin.
JUDITH                                          142    109    Judith.

THE DREAM OF THE                                148    115    The Dream of the Rood.
ROOD
PERSPECTIVES: ETHNIC AND RELIGIOUS              153    120    Perspectives: Ethnic and Religious
ENCOUNTERS                                                    Encounters.
Bede. from An Ecclesiastical History of the     154    121    Bede. From An Ecclesiastical History of the
English People                                                English People.
Bishop Asser from The Life of King Alfred       160    127    Bishop Asser. From The Life of King Alfred.
King Alfred. Preface to Saint Gregory’s         162    129    King Alfred. Preface to St. Gregory's Pastoral
Pastoral Care                                                 Care.
Ohthere’s Journeys                              164    131    Ohthere's Journeys.
The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle. Stamford Bridge      167    134    The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle. Stamford Bridge
and Hastings                                                  and Hastings.
TALIESIN                                        168    135    Taliesin.

Urien Yrechwydd                                 169    136    Urien Yrechwydd.
The Battle of Argoed Llwyfain                   170    137    The Battle of Argoed Llwyfain.
The War-Band’s Return                           170    137    The War-Band's Return.
Lament for Owain Son of Urien                   172    139    Lament for Owain Son of Urien.
                                                       139    * The Tale of Taliesin.
THE                                             172    153    The Wanderer.
WANDERER

WULF AND EADWACER AND THE WIFE’S                176    156    Wulf and Eadwacer and the Wife's Lament.
LAMENT
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RIDDLES                                        178    158    Riddles.

Three Anglo-Latin Riddles by Aldhelm           179    159    Three Anglo-Latin Riddles by Aldhelm.
Five Old English Riddles                       180    160    Five Old English Riddles.
After the Norman Conquest                      182    163    After the Norman Conquest.
PERSPECTIVES: ARTHURIAN MYTH IN THE            182    163    Perspectives: Arthurian Myth in the History
HISTORY OF BRITAIN                                           of Britain.
Geoffrey of Monmouth from History of the       183    164    Geoffrey of Monmouth. From History of the
Kings of Britain                                             Kings of Britain.
Gerald of Wales from The Instruction of        194    175    Gerald of Wales. From The Instruction of
Princes                                                      Princes.
Edward I. Letter sent to the Papal Court of    196    177    Edward I. Letter sent to the Papal Court of
Rome                                                         Rome.
Response. A Report to Edward I                 198    179    Response. A Report to Edward I.
Arthurian Romance                              200    181    Arthurian Romance.
MARIE DE                                       200    181    Marie de France.
FRANCE

Lais                                           201    182    LAIS.
Prologue                                       201    182    Prologue.
Lanval                                         203    184    Lanval.
Chevrefoil (The Honeysuckle)                   217    198    * Chevrefoil (The Honeysuckle).
***SIR GAWAIN AND THE GREEN                    219    200    * Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, Trans. by
KNIGHT (Penguin Classic Translation by Brian                 J.R.R. Tolkien.
Stone)
SIR THOMAS                                     277    259    Sir Thomas Malory.
MALORY

Morte Darthur                                  279    260    Morte Darthur.
from Caxton’s Prologue                         279    260    From Caxton's Prologue.
The Miracle of Galahad                         281    262    The Miracle of Galahad.
The Poisoned Apple                             288    270    The Poisoned Apple.
The Day of Destiny                             298    279    The Day of Destiny.
Responses. Marion Zimmer Bradley: from         308    289    * Responses. Marion Zimmer Bradley, From
The Mists of Avalon                                          The Mists of Avalon.
Graham Chapman, John Cleese, Terry             309    291    * John Cleese, Graham Chapman, Terry
Gilliam, Eric Idle, Terry Jones, and Michael                 Gilliam, Eric Idle, Terry Jones, and Michael
Palin: scene from Monty Python and the Holy                  Palin, scene from Monty Python and the Holy
Grail                                                        Grail.
GEOFFREY                                       312    293    Geoffrey Chaucer.
CHAUCER

The Parliament of Fowls                        Web    298    The Parliament of Fowls.
The Canterbury Tales                           316    316    The CANTERBURY TALES.
The General Prologue (Middle English and       318    318    The General Prologue (Middle English and
modern translation)                                          modern translation)
The Miller’s Tale                              358    358    The Miller's Tale.
The Introduction                               358    358    The Introduction.
The Tale                                       360    360    The Tale.
The Wife of Bath’s Prologue                    375    375    The Wife of Bath's Prologue.
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The Wife of Bath’s Tale                         394    394    The Wife of Bath's Tale.
                                                       403    * Response. William Dunbar, From The
                                                              Treatise of the Two Married Women and the
                                                              Widow.
The Franklin's Tale                             Web    407    The Franklin's Tale.
The Prologue                                    Web    407    The Prologue.
The Tale                                        Web    408    The Tale.
The Pardoner’s Prologue                         403    427    The Pardoner's Prologue.
The Pardoner’s Tale                             408    432    The Pardoner's Tale.
The Nun’s Priest’s Tale                         420    444    The Nun's Priest's Tale.
The Parson’s Tale                               436    460    The Parson's Tale.
The Introduction                                436    460    The Introduction.
[The Remedy for the Sin of Lechery]             438    462    (The Remedy for the Sin of Lechery.)
Chaucer’s Retraction                            440    464    Chaucer's Retraction.
To His Scribe Adam                              441    465    To His Scribe Adam.
Complaint to His Purse                          442    466    Complaint to His Purse.
WILLIAM                                         442    466    William Langland.
LANGLAND

Piers Plowman                                   445    469    Piers Plowman.
Prologue                                        445    469    Prologue.
Passus 2                                        447    471    Passus 2.
from Passus 6                                   449    473    from Passus 6.
from Passus 8                                   451    475    Passus 8.
Passus 20                                       456    484    Passus 20.
“Piers Plowman” and Its Time: The Rising of     468    495    “Piers Plowman” and Its Time: The Rising of
1381                                                          1381.
from The Anonimalle Chronicle *Wat Tyler’s      470    497    From The Anonimalle Chronicle [Wat Tyler's
Demands to Richard II, and His Death]                         Demands to Richard II and his death].
Three Poems on the Rising of 1381: John         475    502    Three Poems on the Rising of 1381: John
Ball’s First Letter • John Ball’s Second                      Ball's First Letter. John Ball's Second Letter.
Letter • The Course of Revolt                                 The Course of Revolt.
John Gower: from The Voice of One Crying        477    505    John Gower. From The Voice of One Crying.
Mystical Writings                                             Mystical Writings
JULIAN OF                                       481    509    Julian of Norwich.
NORWICH

A Book of Showings                              482    510    A Book of Showings.
[Three Graces. Illness. The First Revelation]   482    510    (Three Graces. Illness. The First Revelation.)
[Laughing at the Devil]                         486    514    (Laughing at the Devil.)
[Christ Draws Julian in through His Wound]      487    515    (Christ Draws Julian in Through His Wound.])
[The Necessity of Sin, and of Hating Sin]       489    517    (The Necessity of Sin, and of Hating Sin.)
[God as Father, Mother, Husband]                491    518    (God as Father, Mother, Husband.)
*The Soul as Christ’s Citadel+                  495    523    (The Soul as Christ's Citadel.)
[The Meaning of the Visions Is Love]            497    524    (The Meaning of the Visions Is Love.)
 Companion Readings: Richard Rolle: from        498    526     Companion Readings: Richard Rolle: from
The Fire of Love                                              The Fire of Love
from The Cloud of Unknowing                     499    527    From The Cloud of Unknowing.
                                                       529    * Response: Rebecca Jackson, The Dream of
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                                                              Washing Quilts.
Medieval Biblical Drama                         501    531    Medieval Biblical Drama.
THE SECOND PLAY OF THE                          502    532    The Second Play of the Shepherds.
SHEPHERDS
THE YORK PLAY OF THE                            521    551    The York Play of the Crucifixion.
CRUCIFIXION
                                                       559    Vernacular Religion and Repression.
                                                       562    The Wycliffite Bible.
                                                       562    John 10:11-18.
                                                       562    From A Wycliffite Sermon on John 10:11-18.
                                                       564    John Mirk. From Festial.
                                                       567    Preaching and Teaching in the Vernacular.
                                                       568    Nicholas Love. From The Mirror of the
                                                              Blessed Life of Jesus.
                                                       569    From The Confession of Hawisia Moone of
                                                              Loddon.
MARGERY                                         529    572    Margery Kempe.
KEMPE

The Book of Margery Kempe                       531    573    The Book of Margery Kempe.
The Preface                                     531    573    The Preface.
[Early Life and Temptations, Revelation,        532    573    (Early Life and Temptations, Revelation,
Desire for Foreign Pilgrimage]                                Desire for Foreign Pilgrimage.)
[Meeting with Bishop of Lincoln and             539    580    (Meeting with Bishop of Lincoln and
Archbishop of Canterbury]                                     Archbishop of Canterbury.)
[Visit with Julian of Norwich]                  542    583    (Visit with Julian of Norwich.)
[Pilgrimage to Jerusalem]                       544    585    (Pilgrimage to Jerusalem.)
*Arrest by Duke of Bedford’s Men; Meeting       546    587    (Arrest by Duke of Bedford's Men; Meeting
with Archbishop of York]                                      with Archbishop of York.)
MIDDLE ENGLISH                                  550    591    Middle English Lyrics.
LYRICS
The Cuckoo Song (“Sumer is icumen in”)          551    593    The Cuckoo Song (“Sumer is icumen in”).
Spring (“Lenten is come with love to toune”)    551    593    Spring (“Lenten is come with love to toune”).
Alisoun (“Bitwene Mersh and Averil”)            553    595    Alisoun (“Bitwene Mersh and Averil”).
I Have a Noble Cock                             554    596    I Have a Noble Cock.
My Lefe Is Faren in a Lond                      554    596    My Lefe Is Faren in a Lond.
Fowls in the Frith                              555    597    Fowles in the Frith.
Abuse of Women (“In every place ye may          555    597    Abuse of Women (“In every place ye may
well see”)                                                    well see”).
The Irish Dancer (“Gode sire, pray ich thee”)   556    598    The Irish Dancer (“Gode sire, pray ich thee”).
A Forsaken Maiden’s Lament (“I lovede a         557    599    A Forsaken Maiden's Lament (“I lovede a
child of this cuntree”)                                       child of this cuntree”).
The Wily Clerk (“This enther day I mete a       557    599    The Wily Clerk (“This enther day I mete a
clerke”)                                                      clerke”).
Jolly Jankin (“As I went on YoI Day in our      558    600    Jolly Jankin (“As I went on Yol Day in our
procession”)                                                  procession”).
Adam Lay Ibounden                               559    601    Adam Lay Ibounden.
I Sing of a Maiden                              560    601    I Sing of a Maiden.
In Praise of Mary (“Edi be thu, Hevene          560    602    In Praise of Mary (“Edi be thu, Hevene
Quene”)                                                       Quene”).
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Mary Is with Child (“Under a tree”)            562    603     Mary Is With Child (“Under a tree”).
Sweet Jesus, King of Bliss                     563    604     Sweet Jesus, King of Bliss.
Now Goeth Sun under Wood                       564    606     Now Goeth Sun under Wood.
Jesus, My Sweet Lover (“Jesu Christ, my        564    606     Jesus, My Sweet Lover (“Jesu Christ, my
lemmon swete”)                                                lemmon swete”).
Contempt of the World (“Where beth they        565    606     Contempt of the World (“Where beth they
biforen us weren?”)                                           biforen us weren?”).
DAFYDD AP                                      566    608     Dafydd Ap Gwilym.
GWILYM

Aubade                                         567    609     Aubade.
One Saving Place                               568    610     One Saving Place.
                                                      612     The Girls of Llanbadarn.
Tale of a Wayside Inn                          570    613     Tale of a Wayside Inn.
                                                      615     The Hateful Husband.
The Winter                                     571    616     The Winter.
The Ruin                                       572    617     The Ruin.
Middle Scots Poets                             573    618     Middle Scots Poets.
WILLIAM                                        574    618     William Dunbar.
DUNBAR

Lament for the Makars                          574    618     Lament for the Makars.
Done Is a Battell                              577    621     Done is a Battell.
In Secreit Place This Hyndir Nycht             578    622     In Secreit Place This Hyndir Nycht.
ROBERT                                         579    624     Robert Henryson.
HENRYSON

Robene and Makyne                              580    624     Robene and Makyne.
Late Medieval Allegory                         583    628     Late Medieval Allegory.
CHARLES                                        584    628     * Charles D’ Orleans.
D’ORLEANS

Ballade 26                                     584    629     * Ballade 26.
Ballade 61                                     585    630     * Ballade 61.
Roundel 94                                     586    631     * Roundel 94.
Mankind, a modern acting edition, ed. by       587    631     * Mankind, a modern acting edition, ed. by
Peter Meredith                                                Peter Meredith.
CHRISTINE DE                                   613    658     * Christine de Pizan.
PIZAN

from Book of the City of Ladies, translation   614    659     * From Book of the City of Ladies, translation
by Earl Jeffrey Richards.                                     by Earl Jeffrey Richards.
THE EARLY MODERN PERIOD                        627    667     THE EARLY MODERN PERIOD.
***JOHN                                        651    689     John Skelton.
SKELTON

***The Bowge of Courte                         652    689     Womanhood, Wanton.
Philip Sparrow                                 Web    690     Lullay.
***PERSPECTIVES: THE SIXTEENTH CENTURY         665    691     Knolege, Aquayntance.
SONNET
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                                                        692    Manerly Margery Mylk and Ale.
                                                        693    Garland of Laurel.
                                                        693    To Maystres Jane Blennerhasset.
                                                        694    To Maystres Isabell Pennell.
                                                        694    To Maystres Margaret Hussey.
Sir Thomas Wyatt                                 667    695    Sir Thomas Wyatt.
The Long Love, That in My Thought Doth           667    696    The Long Love, That in My Thought Doth
Harbor                                                         Harbor.
Companion Reading: Petrarch, Sonnet 140          667    697    Companion Reading: Petrarch, Sonnet 140
Whoso List to Hunt                               668    698    Whoso List to Hunt.
Companion Reading: Petrarch, Sonnet 190          668    698    Companion Reading: Petrarch, Sonnet 190
My Galley                                        669    699    My Galley.
Some Time I Fled the Fire                        669    699    Some Time I Fled the Fire.
Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey                     670    706    Henry Howard, Earl Of Surrey.
Love That Doth Reign and Live within My          670    706    Love That Doth Reign and Live within My
Thought                                                        Thought.
Th’Assyrians’ King, in Peace with Foul Desire    670    707    Th'Assyrians' King, in Peace with Foul Desire.
Set Me Whereas the Sun Doth Parch the            671    707    Set Me Whereas the Sun Doth Parch the
Green                                                          Green.
The Soote Season                                 671    707    The Soote Season.
Alas, So All Things Now Do Hold Their Peace      671    708    Alas, So All Things Now Do Hold Their Peace.
Companion Reading: Petrarch, Sonnet 164          672    708    Companion Reading: Petrarch, Sonnet 164
George Gascoigne                                 673    815    George Gascoigne.
Seven Sonnets to Alexander Neville               673    815    Seven Sonnets to Alexander Neville.
                                                        818    Woodsmanship.
Edmund Spenser: Amoretti                         676    980    Edmund Spenser: Amoretti.
1 (“Happy ye leaves when as those lilly          676    980    1(“Happy ye leaves when as those lilly
hands”)                                                        hands.”)
4 (“New yeare forth looking out of Janus         677    980    4(“New yeare forth looking out of Janus
gate”)                                                         gate.”)
13 (“In that proud port, which her so goodly     677    981    13(“In that proud port, which her so goodly
graceth”)                                                      graceth.”)
22 (“This holy season fit to fast and pray”)     677    981    22 (“This holy season fit to fast and pray.”)
62 (“The weary yeare his race now having         678    981    62 (“The weary yeare his race now having
run”)                                                          run.”)
65 (“The doubt which ye misdeeme, fayre          678    982    65 (“The doubt which ye misdeeme, fayre
love, is vaine”)                                               love, is vaine.”)
66 (“To all those happy blessings which ye       679    982    66 (“To all those happy belssings which ye
have”)                                                         have.”)
68 (“Most glorious Lord of lyfe that on this     679    983    68 (“Most glorious Lord of lyfe that on this
day”)                                                          day.”)
75 (“One day I wrote her name upon the           679    983    68 (“One day I wrote her name upon the
strand”)                                                       strand.”)
Sir Philip Sidney: Astrophil and Stella          680    1036   Sir Philip Sidney: Astrophil and Stella.
1 (“Loving in truth, and fain in verse my love   680    1036   1 (“Loving in truth, and fain in verse my love
to show”)                                                      to show.”)
3 (“Let dainty wits cry on the sisters nine”)    681    1037   * 3 (“Let dainty wits cry on the sisters nine.”)
7 (“When Nature made her chief work,             681    1037   7 (“When Nature made her chief work,
Stella’s eyes”)                                                Stella’s eyes.”)
9 (“Queen Virtue’s court, which some call        681    1038   9 (“Queene Virtue’s court, which some call
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Stella’s face”)                                               Stella’s face.”)
10 (“Reason, in faith thou art well served,     682    1038   * 10 (“Reason, in faith thou art well served,
that still”)                                                  that still.”)
14 (“Alas, have I not pain enough, my           682    1038   * 14 (“Alas, have I not pain enough, my
friend”)                                                      friend.”)
15 (“You that do search for every purling       683    1039   * 15 (“You that do search for every purling
spring”)                                                      spring.”)
23 (“The curious wits, seeing dull              683    1039   * 23 (“The curious wits, seeing dull
pensiveness”)                                                 pensiveness.”)
24 (“Rich fool there be whose base and filthy   683    1040   * 24 (“Rich fool there be whose base and
heart”)                                                       filthy heart.”)
31 (“With how sad steps, O Moon, thou           684    1040   31 (“With how sad steps, O Moon, thou
climb’st the skies”)                                          climb'st the skies.”)
37 (“My mouth doth water and my breast          684    1040   * 37 (“My mouth doth water, and my breast
doth swell”)                                                  doth swell.”)
39 (“Come sleep, O sleep, the certain knot of   684    1041   39 (“Come sleep, O sleep, the certain knot of
peace”)                                                       peace.”)
45 (“Stella oft sees the very face of woe”)     685    1041   45 (“Stella oft sees the very face of woe.”)
47 (“What, have I thus betrayed my              685    1041   * 47 (“What, have I thus betrayed my
liberty?”)                                                    liberty?”)
52 (“A strife is grown between Virtue and       685    1041   * 52 (“A strife is grown between Virtue and
Love”)                                                        Love.”)
60 (“When my good Angel guides me to the        686    1042   60 (“When my good Angel guides me to the
place”)                                                       place.”)
63 (“O grammar-rules, O now your virtues        686    1043   * 63 (“O grammar-rules, O now your virtues
show”)                                                        show.”)
64 (“No more, my dear, no more these            687    1043   * 64 (“No more, my dear, no more these
counsels try”)                                                counsels try.”)
68 (“Stella, the only planet of my light”)      687    1043   * 68 (“Stella, the only planet of my light.”)
71 (“Who will in fairest book of Nature         687    1044   71 (“Who will in fairest book of Nature
know”)                                                        know.”)
Second song (“Have I caught my heavenly         688    1044   Second song (“Have I caught my heavenly
jewel”)                                                       jewel”)
74 (“I never drank of Aganippe well”)           688    1045   * 74 (“I never drank of Aganippe well.”)
Fourth song (“Only joy, now here you are”)      689    1045   Fourth song (“Only joy, now here you are.”)
86 (“Alas, whence came this change of looks?    690    1047   * 86 (“Alas, whence came this change of
If I...”)                                                     looks? If I…”)
Eighth song (“In a grove most rich of           691    1047   Eighth song (“In a grove most rich of shade.”)
shade”)
Ninth song (“Go, my flock, go get you           693    1049   * Ninth song (“Go my flock, go get you
hence”)                                                       hence.”)
89 (“Now that, of absence, the most irksome     694    1051   * 89 (“Now that, of absence, the most
night”)                                                       irksome night.”)
90 (“Stella, think not that I by verse seek     695    1051   * 90 (“Stella, think not that I by verse seek
fame”)                                                        fame.”)
91 (“Stella, while now by honor’s cruel         695    1051   * 91 (“Stella, while now by honor’s cruel
might”)                                                       might.”)
97 (“Dian, that fain would cheer her friend     695    1052   * 97 (“Dian, that fain would cheer her friend
the Night”)                                                   the Night.”)
104 (“Envious wits, what hath been mine         696    1052   * 104 (“Envious wits, what hath been mind
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offense”)                                                      offense.”)
106 (“O absent presence, Stella is not here”)    696    1053   106 (“O absent presence, Stella is not here.”)
107 (“Stella, since thou so right a princess     697    1053   * 107 (“Stella, since thou so right a princess
art”)                                                          art.”)
108 (“When sorrow (using mine own fire’s         697    1053   108 (“When sorrow (using mine own fire's
might)”)                                                       might).”)
Richard Barnfield                                697    1137   Richard Barnfield.
                                                        1138   The Affectionate Shepherd.
Sonnets from Cynthia                             698    1154   Sonnets from Cynthia.
1 (“Sporting at fancy, setting light by love”)   698    1154   1 (“Sporting at fancy, setting light by love.”)
5 (“It is reported of fair Thetis’ son”)         698    1155   5 (“It is reported of fair Thetis' son.”)
9 (“Diana (on a time) walking the wood”)         699    1155   9 (“Diana (on a time) walking the wood.”)
11 (“Sighing, and sadly sitting by my love”)     699    1156   11 (“Sighing, and sadly sitting by my love.”)
13 (“Speak, Echo, tell; how may I call my        699    1156   13(“Speak, Echo, tell; how may I call my
love?”)                                                        love?”)
19 (“Ah no; nor I myself: though my pure         700    1156   19 (“Ah no; nor I myself: though my pure
love”)                                                         love.”)
Michael Drayton                                  700    1537   Michael Drayton.
                                                        1538   To the Reader.
Sonnet 12 (“To nothing fitter can I thee         701    1539   Sonnet 12. (“To nothing fitter can I thee
compare”)                                                      compare.”)
Sonnet 61 (“Since there’s no help, come let us   709    1539   Sonnet 61. (“Since there's no help, come let
kiss and part”)                                                us kiss and part.”)
                                                        1540   To His Coy Love, a Canzonet
SIR THOMAS                                       701    695    Sir Thomas Wyatt.
WYATT

They Flee from Me                                702    699    They Flee from Me.
My Lute, Awake!                                  703    700    My Lute, Awake!
Tagus, Farewell                                  704    701    Tagus, Farewell.
Forget Not Yet                                   704    701    Forget Not Yet.
Blame Not My Lute                                704    701    Blame Not My Lute.
Lucks, My Fair Falcon, and Your Fellows All      705    702    Lucks, My Fair Falcon, and Your Fellows All.
Stand Whoso List                                 706    703    Stand Whoso List.
Mine Own John Poyns                              706    703    Mine Own John Poyns.
HENRY HOWARD, EARL OF                            709    706    Henry Howard, Earl Of Surrey.
SURREY
So Cruel Prison                                  711    709    So Cruel Prison.
London, Hast Thou Accused Me                     712    710    London, Hast Thou Accused Me.
Wyatt Resteth Here                               713    712    Wyatt Resteth Here.
My Radcliffe, When Thy Reckless Youth            714    713    My Radcliffe, When Thy Reckless Youth
Offends                                                        Offends.
SIR THOMAS                                       715    714    Sir Thomas More.
MORE

Utopia                                           785    715    Utopia.
***Response Sir Francis Bacon: from The                 785    * Response: George Orwell, From 1984.
New Atlantis
***WILLIAM BALDWIN                               790    790    Perspectives: Government and Self-
                                                               Government.
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***Beware the Cat                           790    791     William Tyndale. From The Obedience of a
                                                           Christian Man.
                                                   792     Juan Luis Vives. From Instruction of a
                                                           Christian Woman.
                                                   794     Sir Thomas Elyot. From The Book Named the
                                                           Governor.
                                                   796      From The Defence of Good Women.
                                                   797     John Ponet. From A Short Treatise of Political
                                                           Power.
                                                   799     Baldassare Castiglione. From The Book of the
                                                           Courtier.
                                                   800     John Foxe. From The Book of Martyrs.
                                                   803     Roger Ascham. From The Schoolmaster.
                                                   805     Richard Mulcaster. From The First Part of the
                                                           Elementary
                                                   807     * Sir Thomas Smith, From De Republica
                                                           Anglorum.
                                                   808     Richard Hooker. From The Laws of
                                                           Ecclesiastical Polity.
                                                   811     James I (James VI of Scotland). From The
                                                           True Law of Free Monarchies.
EDMUND                                      822    822     Edmund Spenser.
SPENSER

Epithalamion                                Web    983     Epithalamion.
                                                   824     The Shepheardes Calender.
                                                   824     October.
The Faerie Queene                           824    828     The Faerie Queene.
A Letter of the Authors                     Web    829     A Letter of the Authors.
The First Booke of the Fairie Queene        Web    832     The First Booke of the Fairie Queene.
The Second Booke of the Fairie Queene,      Web
Canto 12
***The Sixthe Booke of the Faerie Queene    825
***The Two Cantos of Mutabilitie            966
SIR PHILIP                                  998    993     Sir Philip Sidney.
SIDNEY

Arcadia, Book 1                             Web
The Apology for Poetry                      999    995     The Apology for Poetry.
“The Apology” and Its Time: The Art of      1032   1028    “The Apology” and Its Time: The Art of
Poetry.                                                    Poetry.
Stephen Gosson. From The School of Abuse.   1033   1029    Stephen Gosson. From The School of Abuse.
George Puttenham. From The Art of English   1035   1031    George Puttenham. From The Art of English
Poesie.                                                    Poesie.
George Gascoigne.From Certain Notes of      1037   1033    George Gascoigne.From Certain Notes of
Instruction.                                               Instruction.
Samuel Daniel. From A Defense of Rhyme.     1039   1035    Samuel Daniel. From A Defense of Rhyme.
ISABELLA                                    1041   1054    Isabella Whitney.
WHITNEY
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The Admonition by the Author                   1041   1054   The Admonition by the Author.
A Careful Complaint by the Unfortunate         1044   1057   A Careful Complaint by the Unfortunate
Author                                                       Author.
The Manner of Her Will                         1046   1059   The Manner of Her Will.
MARY HERBERT, COUNTESS OF                      1054   1067   Mary Herbert, Countess of Pembroke.
PEMBROKE
                                                      1068   Even Now That Care.
                                                      1070   To Thee Pure Sprite.
Psalm 71: In Te Domini Speravi (“On thee my    1055   1072   Psalm 71: In Te Domini Speravi (“On thee my
trust is grounded”)                                          trust is grounded”).
                                                      1075   Companion Reading: Miles Coverdale, Psalm
                                                             71
Psalm 121: Levavi Oculos (“Unto the hills, I   1057   1076   Psalm 121: Levavi Oculos (“Unto the hills, I
now will bend”)                                              now will bend”).
The Doleful Lay of Clorinda                    1058   1076   The Doleful Lay of Clorinda.
***PERSPECTIVES: EARLY MODERN BOOKS            1061   1079   * Perspectives: The Rise of Print Culture.
Ranulf Higden, From Polychronicon              1062   1082   * Ranulf Higden, From Polychronicon.
***John Foxe from Actes and Monuments of       1063   1085   * Martin Marprelate, From Hay any Worke
These Latter and Perilous Days                               for Cooper.
The Geneva Bible                               1064   1087   * Thomas Nashe, From Pierce Pennilesse, his
                                                             supplication to the Devile
***Thomas Hariot from The True Pictures        1065   1090   * Michel de Montaigne, From “Of Books,” in
and Fashions of the People in That Part of                   Essays, trans. by John Florio.
America Now Called Virginia
 John Gerard from The Herball or Generall      1066
historie of plantes
Geoffrey Whitney The Phoenix                   1066   1091   * Geoffrey Whitney. The Phoenix.
Robert Fludd from Utriusque cosmic, maioris    1068
scilicet et minoris, metaphysica atque
technica historia
                                                      1093   Francis Bacon. Of Truth.
                                                      1095   Of Superstition.
                                                      1096   Of Studies (version of 1597).
                                                      1097   Of Studies (version of 1625).
Francis Bacon from Advancement of Learning     1069   1099   * From The Advancement of Learning, The
                                                             Second Book.
***William Hall: Vpon the death of Hobson      1070   1100   * From The Advancement of Learning, The
the Carrier of Cambridge                                     Ninth Book.
***Ben Johnson: Vpon an houre glasse           1071   1101   * The King James Bible, from Genesis.
***Frontispiece to A Certain Relation of the   1072
Hog-faced Gentlewoman
                                                      1107   John Bunyan. From The Pilgrim's Progress.
ELIZABETH                                      1073   1114   Elizabeth I.
I

Written with a Diamond on Her Window at        1075   1116   Written with a Diamond on Her Window at
Woodstock                                                    Woodstock.
Written on a Wall at Woodstock                 1075   1116   Written on a Wall at Woodstock.
The Doubt of Future Foes                       1075   1116   The Doubt of Future Foes.
On Monsieur’s Departure                        1076   1117   On Monsieur's Departure.
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Speeches                                       1076   1117    Speeches.
On Marriage                                    1077   1118    On Marriage.
On Mary, Queen of Scots                        1077   1119    On Mary, Queen of Scots.
On Mary’s Execution                            1081   1122    On Mary's Execution.
To the English Troops at Tilbury, Facing the   1083   1124    To the English Troops at Tilbury, Facing the
Spanish Armada                                                Spanish Armada.
The Golden Speech                              1083   1124    The Golden Speech.
AEMILIA                                        1085   1126    Aemilia Lanyer.
LANYER

The Description of Cookham                     1086   1127    The Description of Cookham.
                                                      1132    Salve Deus Rex Judaeorum.
                                                      1132    To the Doubtful Reader.
                                                      1132    To the Virtuous Reader.
                                                      1133    (Invocation.)
                                                      1133    (Against Beauty Without Virtue.)
                                                      1135    (Pilate's Wife Apologizes for Eve.)
CHRISTOPHER                                    1091   1157    Christopher Marlowe.
MARLOWE

The Passionate Shepherd to His Love.           Web    1158    The Passionate Shepherd to His Love.
Response: Sir Walter Raleigh. The Nymph's      Web    1158    Response: Sir Walter Raleigh. The Nymph's
Reply to the Shepherd.                                        Reply to the Shepherd.
Hero and Leander                               1092   1159    Hero and Leander.
The Tragical History of Dr. Faustus            1110   1177    The Tragical History of Dr. Faustus.
Response: C.S. Lewis: from The Screwtape       1161   1228    * Response: C.S. Lewis, From The Screwtape
Letters                                                       Letters.
SIR WALTER                                     1163   1230    Sir Walter Raleigh.
RALEIGH

Nature That Washed Her Hands in Milk           1164   1231    Nature That Washed Her Hands in Milk.
To the Queen                                   1165   1232    To the Queen.
On the Life of Man                             1166   1233    On the Life of Man.
The Author’s Epitaph, Made by Himself          1166   1233    The Author's Epitaph, Made by Himself.
As You Came from the Holy Land                 1166   1233    As You Came from the Holy Land.
from The 21st and Last Book of the Ocean to    1167   1234    From The 21st and Last Book of the Ocean to
Cynthia                                                       Cynthia.
 from The Discovery of the Large, Rich and     Web    1239    The Discovery of the Large, Rich and
Beautiful Empire of Guiana                                    Beautiful Empire of Guiana.
                                                      1239    From Epistle Dedicatory.
                                                      1241    To the Reader.
                                                      1245    (The Amazons.)
                                                      1245    (The Orinoco.)
                                                      1246    (The King of Aromaia.)
                                                      1248    (The New World of Guiana.)
***PERSPECTIVES: ENGLAND, BRITAIN, AND         1173   1251    Perspectives: England in the New World.
THE WORLD
***Fynes Moryson from An Itenerary,            1174   1252    Arthur Barlow. From The First Voyage Made
Obeservations of Italy                                        to the Coasts of America.
***from An Itenerary, Obseravations on the     1179
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***Edmund Spenser from A View of the              1187
(Present) State of Ireland
Thomas Hariot from A Brief and True Report        1191   1256   Thomas Hariot. From A Brief and True Report
of the Newfound Land of Virginia                                of the Newfound Land of Virginia.
                                                         1259   Michael Drayton. To the Virginian Voyage.
John Smith from General History of Virginia       1194   1261   John Smith. From General History of Virginia
and the Summer Isles                                            and the Summer Isles.
                                                         1267   John Donne. From A Sermon Preached to the
                                                                Honorable Company of the Virginia
                                                                Plantation.
WILLIAM                                           1199   1273   William Shakespeare.
SHAKESPEARE

Sonnets                                           1203   1276   Sonnets.
1 (“From fairest creatures we desire              1203   1276   1 (“From fairest creatures we desire
increase”)                                                      increase”).
12 (“When I do count the clock that tells the     1203   1276   12 (“When I do count the clock that tells the
time”)                                                          time”).
15 (“When I consider every thing that             1204   1277   15 (“When I consider every thing that
grows”)                                                         grows”).
18 (“Shall I compare thee to a summer’s           1204   1277   18 (“Shall I compare thee to a summer's
day”)                                                           day”).
20 (“A woman’s face with Nature’s own hand        1204   1278   20 (“A woman's face with Nature's own hand
painted”)                                                       painted”).
29 (“When, in disgrace with fortune and           1205   1278   29 (“When, in disgrace with fortune and
men’s eyes”)                                                    men's eyes”).
30 (“When to the sessions of sweet silent         1205   1278   30 (“When to the sessions of sweet, silent
thought”)                                                       thought”).
31 (“Thy bosom is endearèd with all               1206   1279   31 (“Thy bosom is endearèd with all hearts”).
hearts”)
33 (“Full many a glorious morning have I          1206   1279   33 (“Full many a glorious morning have I
seen”)                                                          seen”).
35 (“No more be grieved at that which thou        1206   1280   35 (“No more be grieved at that which thou
hast done”)                                                     hast done”).
55 (“Not marble nor the gilded                    1207   1280   55 (“Not marble nor the gilded
monuments”)                                                     monuments”).
60 (“Like as the waves make towards the           1207   1280   60 (“Like as the waves make towards the
pebbled shore”)                                                 pebbled shore”).
71 (“No longer mourn for me when I am             1207   1281   71 (“No longer mourn for me when I am
dead”)                                                          dead”).
73 (“That time of year thou mayst in me           1208   1281   73 (“That time of year thou mayst in me
behold”)                                                        behold”).
80 (“O, how I faint when I of you do write”)      1208   1281   80 (“O, how I faint when I of you do write”).
86 (“Was it the proud full sail of his great      1208   1282   86 (“Was it the proud full sail of his great
verse”)                                                         verse”).
87 (“Farewell! Thou art too dear for my           1209   1282   87 (“Farewell! Thou art too dear for my
possessing”)                                                    possessing”).
93 (“So shall I live, supposing thou art true”)   1209   1282   93 (“So shall I live, supposing thou art true”).
94 (“They that have pow’r to hurt, and will       1209   1283   94 (“That they have pow'r to hurt, and will
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do none”)                                                      do none”).
104 (“To me, fair friend, you never can be       1210   1283   104 (“To me, fair friend, you never can be
old”)                                                          old”).
106 (“When in the chronicle of wasted            1210   1284   106 (“When in the chronicle of wasted
time”)                                                         time”).
107 (“Not mine own fears nor the prophetic       1211   1284   107 (“Not mine own fears nor the prophetic
soul”)                                                         soul”).
116 (“Let me not to the marriage of true         1211   1284   116 (“Let me not to the marriage of true
minds”)                                                        minds”).
123 (“No, Time, thou shalt not boast that I do   1211   1285   123 (“No, Time, thou shalt not boast that I do
change”)                                                       change”).
124 (“If my dear love were but the child of      1212   1285   124 (“If my dear love were but the child of
state”)                                                        state”).
126 (“O thou, my lovely boy, who in thy          1212   1286   126 (“O thou, my lovely boy, who in thy
power”)                                                        power”).
128 (“How oft, when thou my music                1213   1286   128 (“How oft, when thou my music play'st”).
play’st”)
129 (“The expense of spirit in a waste of        1213   1286   129 (“The expense of spirit is a waste of
shame”)                                                        shame.”)
130 (“My mistress’ eyes are nothing like the     1213   1287   130 (“My mistress' eyes are nothing like the
sun”)                                                          sun”).
138 (“When my love swears that she is made       1214   1287   138 (“When my love swears that she is made
of truth”)                                                     of truth”).
144 (“Two loves I have, of comfort and           1214   1287   144 (“Two loves I have, of comfort and
despair”)                                                      despair”).
152 (“In loving thee thou know’st I am           1214   1288   152 (“In loving thee thou know'st I am
forsworn”)                                                     forsworn”).
Twelfth Night; or, What You Will                 1215   1288   Twelfth Night; or, What You Will.
***Othello                                       1272   1345   The Tempest.
***King Lear                                     1359   1400   Companion Readings: William Strachey,
                                                               From A True Reportory of the Wrack and
                                                               Redemption of Sir Thomas Gates, Knight,
                                                               upon and from the Islands of the Bermudas.
                                                        1407   Michel de Montaigne, From Of Cannibals.
                                                        1408   * Aimé Cesaire, From A Tempest.
Thomas Dekker and Thomas Middleton.              Web    1416   Thomas Dekker and Thomas Middleton.
The Roaring Girl; or, Moll Cut-Purse.            Web    1419   The Roaring Girl; or, Moll Cut-Purse.
                                                        1489   “The Roaring Girl” and Its Time: City Life.
                                                        1491   Barnabe Riche. From My Lady's Looking
                                                               Glass.
                                                        1492   Robert Greene. From A Notable Discovery of
                                                               Cosenage.
                                                        1493   Thomas Dekker. From Lantern and
                                                               Candlelight.
                                                        1497   Thomas Deloney. From Thomas of Reading.
                                                        1503   Thomas Nashe. From Pierce Penniless.
                                                        1506   King James I. From A Counterblast to
                                                               Tobacco.
PERSPECTIVES: TRACTS ON WOMEN AND                1445   1508   Perspectives: Tracts on Women and Gender.
GENDER
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                                                      1509   Desiderius Erasmus. From In Laude and
                                                             Praise of Matrimony.
                                                      1511   Barnabe Riche. From My Lady's Looking
                                                             Glass.
                                                      1512   Margaret Tyler. From Preface to The First
                                                             Part of the Mirror of Princely Deeds.
Joseph Swetnam from The Arraignment of         1446   1515   Joseph Swetnam. From The Arraignment of
Lewd, Idle, Froward, and Unconstant                          Lewd, Idle, Froward, and Unconstant
Women                                                        Women.
Rachel Speght from A Muzzle for                1449   1517   Rachel Speght. From A Muzzle for
Melastomus                                                   Melastomus.
Ester Sowernam from Ester Hath Hanged          1455   1523   Esther Sowernam. From Ester Hath Hanged
Haman                                                        Haman.
Hic Mulier and Haec-Vir from Hic Mulier; or,   1459   1526   Hic Mulier and Haec-Vir. From Hic-Mulier; or,
The Man-Woman                                                The Man-Woman.
from Haec-Vir; or, The Womanish-Man            1461   1530   From Haec-Vir; or, The Womanish Man.
                                                      1534   Thomas Campion.
                                                      1535   My sweetest Lesbia, let us live and love.
                                                      1536   There is a garden in her face.
                                                      1536   Rose-cheeked Laura come.
                                                      1537   When thou must home to shades of
                                                             underground.
                                                      1537   Never weather-beaten sail more willing bent
                                                             to shore.
BEN                                            1466   1540   Ben Jonson.
JONSON

The Alchemist                                  1468   1542   The Alchemist.
Volpone                                        Web
On Something, That Walks Somewhere             1567   1642   On Something, That Walks Somewhere.
On My First Daughter                           1567   1642   On My First Daughter.
To John Donne                                  1568   1642   To John Donne.
On My First Son                                1568   1643   On My First Son.
Inviting a Friend to Supper                    1568   1643   Inviting a Friend to Supper.
To Penshurst                                   1569   1644   To Penshurst.
Song to Celia                                  1572   1646   Song to Celia.
Queen and Huntress                             1572   1647   Queen and Huntress.
To the Memory of My Beloved, the Author,       1573   1647   To the Memory of My Beloved, the Author,
Mr. William Shakespeare, and What He Hath                    Mr. William Shakespeare, and What He Hath
Left Us                                                      Left Us.
To the Immortal Memory, and Friendship of      1575   1649   To the Immortal Memory, and Friendship of
that Noble Pair, Sir Lucius Cary and Sir H.                  that Noble Pair, Sir Lucius Cary and Sir H.
Morison                                                      Morison.
Pleasure Reconciled to Virtue                  1578   1653   Pleasure Reconciled to Virtue.
                                                      1661   * Response: Thom Gunn, from The Occasions
                                                             of Poetry.
JOHN                                           1586   1669   John Donne.
DONNE

The Good Morrow                                1588   1671   The Good Morrow.
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Song (“Go, and catch a falling star”)            1588   1672   Song (“Go, and catch a falling star”).
Twickenham Garden                                1589
The Undertaking                                  1590   1672   The Undertaking.
The Sun Rising                                   1591   1673   The Sun Rising.
The Indifferent                                  1591   1674   The Indifferent.
The Canonization                                 1592   1674   The Canonization.
Air and Angels                                   1593   1676   Air and Angels.
Break of Day                                     1594   1676   Break of Day.
A Valediction: of Weeping                        1594   1677   A Valediction: of Weeping.
Love’s Alchemy                                   1595   1678   Love's Alchemy.
The Flea                                         1596   1678   The Flea.
The Bait                                         1596   1679   The Bait.
The Apparition                                   1597   1680   The Apparition.
A Valediction: Forbidding Mourning               1598   1680   A Valediction: Forbidding Mourning.
The Ecstasy                                      1599   1681   The Ecstasy.
The Funeral                                      1601   1683   The Funeral.
The Relic                                        1601   1684   The Relic.
Elegy 19: To His Mistress Going to Bed           1602   1685   Elegy 19. To His Mistress Going to Bed.
Holy Sonnets                                     1603   1686   HOLY SONNETS.
1 (“As due by many titles I resign”)             1603   1686   1 (“As due by many titles I resign.”)
2 (“Oh my black soul! Now thou art               1604   1686   2 (“Oh my black soul! Now thou art
summoned”)                                                     summoned.”)
3 (“This is my play’s last scene, here heavens   1604   1687   3 (“This is my play's last scene, here heavens
appoint”)                                                      appoint.”)
4 (“At the round earth’s imagined corners,       1604   1687   4 (“at the round earth's imagined corners,
blow”)                                                         blow.”)
5 (“If poisonous minerals, and if that tree”)    1605   1687   5 (“If poisonous minerals, and if that tree.”)
6 (“Death be not proud, though some have         1605   1688   6 (“Death be not proud, though some have
called thee”)                                                  called thee.”)
7 (“Spit in my face ye Jews, and pierce my       1606   1688   7 (“Spit in my face ye Jews, and pierce my
side”)                                                         side.”)
8 (“Why are we by all creatures waited           1606   1689   8 (“Why are we by all creatures waited on?”)
on?”)
9 (“What if this present were the world’s last   1606   1689   9 (“What if this present were the world's last
night?”)                                                       night?”)
10 (“Batter my heart, three-personed God;        1607   1689   10 (“Batter my heart, three-personed God;
for, you”)                                                     for, you.”)
11 (“Wilt thou love God, as he thee? Then        1607   1690   11 (“Wilt thou love God, as he thee? Then
digest”)                                                       digest.”)
12 (“Father, part of his double interest”)       1607   1690   12 (“Father, part of his double interest.”)
Devotions Upon Emergent Occasions                1608   1691   Devotions upon Emergent Occasions.
*“For whom the bell tolls”+                      1608   1691   [“For Whom the Bell Tolls.”]
The King James Bible: Genesis 2.3                Web
LADY MARY                                        1609   1692   Lady Mary Wroth.
WROTH

Pamphilia to Amphilanthus                                      Pamphilia to Amphilanthus.
From The Countess of Mountgomery's               Web    1701   From The Countess of Mountgomery's
Urania.                                                        Urania.
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1 (“When night’s black mantle could most      1611   1693    1 (“When night's black mantle could most
darkness prove”)                                             darkness prove.”)
5 (“Can pleasing sight misfortune ever        1611   1694    * 5 (“Can pleasing sight misfortune bring?”)
bring?”)
16 (“Am I thus conquered? Have I lost the     1611   1694    16 (“Am I thus conquered? Have I lost the
powers”)                                                     powers.”)
17 (“Truly poor Night thou welcome art to     1612   1695    17 (“Truly poor Night thou welcome art to
me”)                                                         me.”)
25 (“Like to the Indians, scorched with the   1612   1695    * 25 (“Like to the Indians scorched with the
sun”)                                                        sun.”)
26 (“When everyone to pleasing pastime        1612   1695    26 (“When everyone to pleasing pastime
hies”)                                                       hies.”)
28 Song (“Sweetest love, return again”)       1613   1696    28 Song (“Sweetest love, return again.”)
39 (“Take heed mine eyes, how you your        1613   1696    39 (“Take heed mine eyes, how you your
looks do cast”)                                              looks do cast.”)
40 (“False hope which feeds but to destroy,   1614   1697    40 (“False hope which feeds but to destroy,
and spill”)                                                  and spill.”)
48 (“If ever Love had force in human          1614   1697    48 (“If ever Love had force in human
breast?”)                                                    breast.”)
55 (“How like a fire does love increase in    1614   1697    * 55 (“How like a fire doth love increase in
me”)                                                         me.”)
68 (“My pain, still smothered in my grièved   1615   1698    68 (“My pain, still smothered in my grieved
breast”)                                                     breast?”)
74 Song (“Love a child is ever crying”)       1615   1698    74 Song (“Love a child is ever crying.”)
A Crown of Sonnets Dedicated to Love          1616   1699    A Crown of Sonnets Dedicated to Love.
77 (“In this strange labyrinth how shall I    1616   1699    77 (“In this strange labyrinth how shall I
turn?”)                                                      turn?”)
82 (“He may our profit and our tutor          1616   1699    * 82 (“He may our profit and our tutor
prove”)                                                      prove.”)
83 (“How blessed be they then, who his        1616   1700    83 (“How blessed be they then, who his
favors prove”)                                               favors prove.”)
84 (“ He that shuns love does love himself    1617   1700    * 84 (“ He that shuns love doth love himself
the less”)                                                   the less.”)
103 (“My muse now happy, lay thyself to       1617   1700    103 (“My muse now happy, lay thyself to
rest”)                                                       rest.”)
THOMAS HOBBES, From Leviathan                 Web    813     * Thomas Hobbes, From Leviathan.
SIR THOMAS BROWNE                             Web
Religio Medici                                Web
Pseuddodoxia Epidemica                        Web
Hydriotaphia, Urn Burial                      Web
ROBERT BURTON from The Anatomy of             Web    1103    * Robert Burton. The Anatomy of
Melancholy                                                   Melancholy.
ROBERT                                        1618           Robert Herrick.
HERRICK

Hesperides                                    1618   1705    Hesperides.
The Argument of His Book                      1618   1705    The Argument of His Book.
To His Book                                   1619   1706    To His Book.
Another (“To read my book the virgin shy”)    1619   1706    Another (“To read my book the virgin shy”).
Another (“Who with thy leaves shall wipe at   1619   1706    Another (“Who with thy leaves shall wipe at
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To the Sour Reader                           1619    1706    To the Sour Reader.
When He Would Have His Verses Read           1619    1706    When He Would Have His Verses Read.
Delight in Disorder                          1620    1707    Delight in Disorder.
Corinna’s Going A-Maying                     1620    1707    Corinna's Going A-Maying.
To the Virgins, to Make Much of Time         1622    1709    To the Virgins, to Make Much of Time.
The Hock-Cart, or Harvest Home               1622    1709    The Hock-Cart, or Harvest Home.
His Prayer to Ben Jonson                     1624    1710    His Prayer to Ben Jonson.
Upon Julia’s Clothes                         1624    1711    Upon Julia's Clothes.
Upon His Spaniel Tracie                      1624    1711    Upon His Spaniel Tracie.
                                                     1711    The Dream. (“Me thought (last night) love in
                                                             an anger came.”)
                                                     1711    The Dream. (“By dream I saw one of the
                                                             three.”)
                                                     1712    The Vine.
                                                     1712    The Vision.
                                                     1713    Discontents in Devon.
To Dean-Bourn, a Rude River in Devon         1624    1713    To Dean-Bourne, a Rude River in Devon.
                                                     1713    Upon Scobble: Epigram.
                                                     1713    The Christian Militant.
                                                     1714    To His Tomb-Maker.
                                                     1714    Upon Himself Being Buried.
                                                     1714    His Last Request to Julia.
                                                     1714    The Pillar of Fame.
His Noble Numbers                            1625    1715    His Noble Numbers.
His Prayer for Absolution                    1625    1715    His Prayer for Absolution.
To His Sweet Saviour                         1625    1715    To His Sweet Saviour.
To God, on His Sickness                      1625    1715    To God, on His Sickness.
GEORGE                                       1626            George Herbert.
HERBERT

The Altar                                    1627    1717    The Altar.
Redemption                                   1627    1717    Redemption.
Easter                                       1628    1718    Easter.
Easter Wings                                 1629    1719    Easter Wings.
Affliction (1)                               1629    1719    Affliction (1).
Prayer (1)                                   1631    1721    Prayer (1).
Jordan (1)                                   1631    1721    Jordan (1).
Church Monuments                             1632    1722    Church Monuments.
The Windows                                  1632    1722    The Windows.
Denial                                       1633    1723    Denial.
Virtue                                       1633    1723    Virtue.
Man                                          1634    1724    Man.
Jordan (2)                                   1635    1725    Jordan (2).
Time                                         1636    1726    Time.
The Collar                                   1636    1726    The Collar.
The Pulley                                   1637    1727    The Pulley.
The Forerunners                              1638    1728    The Forerunners.
Love (3)                                     1639    1729    Love (3).
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RICHARD                                      1639    1729    Richard Lovelace.
LOVELACE

To Lucasta, Going to the Wars                1640    1730    To Lucasta, Going to the Wars.
The Grasshopper                              1641    1731    The Grasshopper.
To Althea, from Prison                       1642    1732    To Althea, from Prison.
Love Made in the First Age: To Chloris       1643    1733    Love Made in the First Age: To Chloris.
HENRY                                        1644    1734    Henry Vaughan.
VAUGHAN

Regeneration                                 1645    1735    Regeneration.
The Retreat                                  1647    1737    The Retreat.
Silence, and Stealth of Days                 1648    1738    Silence, and Stealth of Days.
The World                                    1649    1739    The World.
They Are All Gone into the World of Light!   1651    1741    They Are All Gone into the World of Light!
The Night                                    1652    1742    The Night.
ANDREW                                       1653    1743    Andrew Marvell.
MARVELL

The Coronet                                  1655    1745    The Coronet.
Bermudas                                     1655    1745    Bermudas.
The Nymph Complaining for the Death of Her   1656    1746    The Nymph Complaining for the Death of Her
Fawn                                                         Fawn.
To His Coy Mistress                          1659    1749    To His Coy Mistress.
The Definition of Love                       1660    1750    The Definition of Love.
The Mower Against Gardens                    1661    1751    The Mower Against Gardens.
The Mower’s Song                             1662    1752    The Mower's Song.
The Garden                                   1663    1753    The Garden.
An Horatian Ode Upon Cromwell’s Return       1665    1755    An Horatian Ode Upon Cromwell's Return
from Ireland                                                 from Ireland.
KATHERINE                                    1668            Katherine Philips.
PHILIPS

Friendship in Emblem, or the Seal            1669    1759    Friendship in Emblem, or the Seal.
Upon the Double Murder of King Charles       1671    1761    Upon the Double Murder of King Charles.
On the Third of September, 1651              1671    1761    On the Third of September, 1651.
To the Truly Noble, and Obliging Mrs. Anne   1672    1762    To the Truly Noble, and Obliging Mrs. Anne
Owen                                                         Owen.
To Mrs. Mary Awbrey at Parting               1673    1763    To Mrs. Awbrey at Parting.
To My Excellent Lucasia, on Our Friendship   1674    1764    To My Excellent Lucasia, on Our Friendship.
The World                                    1675    1765    The World.
PERSPECTIVES: THE CIVIL WAR, OR THE          1678    1768    Perspectives: The Civil War, or the Wars of
WARS OF THREE KINGDOMS                                       Three Kingdoms.
John Gauden from Eikon Basilike              1680    1770    John Gauden. From Eikon Basilike.
John Milton from Eikonoklastes               1684    1774    John Milton. From Eikonoklastes.
                                                     1780    The Petition of Gentlewomen and
                                                             Tradesmen's Wives.
Oliver Cromwell from Letters from Ireland    1690    1784    Oliver Cromwell. From Letters from Ireland.
John O’Dwyer of the Glenn                    1695    1789    John O'Dwyer of the Glenn.
The Story of Alexander Agnew; or, Jock of    1697    1791    The Story Of Alexander Agnew; Or, Jock Of
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Broad Scotland                                               Broad Scotland.
                                                      1792   Edward Hyde, Earl of Clarendon. From True
                                                             Historical Narrative of the Rebellion.
JOHN MILTON                                    1698   1796   John Milton.
L’Allegro                                      1701   1798   L'Allegro.
Il Penseroso                                   1704   1802   Il Penseroso.
Lycidas                                        1709   1806   Lycidas.
How Soon Hath Time                             1713   1811   How Soon Hath Time.
On the New Forcers of Conscience Under the     1714   1811   On the New Forcers of Conscience Under the
Long Parliament                                              Long Parliament.
To the Lord General Cromwell                   1715   1812   To the Lord General Cromwell.
On the Late Massacre in Piedmont               1715   1813   On the Late Massacre in Piedmont.
When I Consider How My Light Is Spent          1716   1813   When I Consider How My Light Is Spent.
Methought I Saw My Late Espoused Saint         1716   1813   Methought I Saw My Late Espoused Saint.
from Areopagitica                              1716   1814   From Areopagitica.
Paradise Lost                                  1726   1823   * PARADISE LOST.
Book 1                                         1727   1824   Book 1.
Book 2                                         1748   1845   Book 2.
Book 3                                         1772   1869   * Book 3.
Book 4                                         1791   1888   * Book 4.
Book 5                                         1814   1911   * Book 5.
Book 6                                         1835   1932   * Book 6.
Book 7                                         1856   1953   * Book 7.
Book 8                                         1871   1968   * Book 8.
Book 9                                         1886   1983   Book 9.
Book 10                                        1913   2010   * Book 10.
Book 11                                        1939   2036   * Book 11.
Book 12                                        1960   2057   * Book 12.
Responses: Mary Wollstonecraft, from A         1976   2073   * Responses: Mary Wollstonecraft, From A
Vindication of the Rights of Woman                           Vindication of the Rights of Woman.
William Blake: A Poison Tree                   1978   2075   * William Blake, A Poison Tree.
 Samson Agonistes                              Web    2075   Samson Agonistes.
THE RESTORATION AND THE EIGHTEENTH             1981   2121   THE RESTORATION AND THE EIGHTEENTH
CENTURY                                                      CENTURY.
SAMUEL                                         2010   2145   Samuel Pepys.
PEPYS

The Diary                                      2011   2146   The Diary.
[First Entries]                                2011   2146   (First Entries.)
[The Coronation of Charles II]                 2013   2148   (The Coronation of Charles II.)
[The Plague Year]                              2015   2150   (The Plague Year.)
[The Fire of London]                           2021   2156   (The Fire of London.)
Pepys’s Diary and Its Time: John Evelyn from   2025   2160   Pepys’s Diary and Its Time: John Evelyn from
Kalendarium                                                  Kalendarium.
(The Royal Society)                            2027
(Theater and Music)                            2031
(Elizabeth Pepys and Deborah Willett)          2032
Response: Robert Louis Stevenson: from         2037   2172   * Response: Robert Louis Stevenson, from
Samuel Pepys                                                 Samuel Pepys.
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PERSPECTIVES: THE ROYAL SOCIETY AND THE       2039   2174   Perspectives: The Royal Society and the New
NEW SCIENCE                                                 Science.
Thomas Sprat from The History of the Royal    2040   2175   Thomas Sprat. From The History of the Royal
Society of London                                           Society of London.
Philosophical Transactions from               2043   2178   Philosophical Transactions. From
Philosophical Transactions                                  Philosophical Transactions.
Robert Hooke from Micrographia                2046   2181   Robert Hooke. From Micrographia.
John Aubrey from Brief Lives                  2053   2188   John Aubrey. From Brief Lives.
MARGARET CAVENDISH, DUCHESS OF                2058   2193   Margaret Cavendish, Duchess of Newcastle.
NEWCASTLE
Poems and Fancies                             2059   2194   Poems and Fancies.
The Poetress’s Hasty Resolution               2059   2194   The Poetress's Hasty Resolution.
The Poetress’s Petition                       2060   2195   The Poetress's Petition.
An Apology for Writing So Much upon This      2060   2195   An Apology for Writing So Much upon This
Book                                                        Book.
The Hunting of the Hare                       2060   2195   The Hunting of the Hare.
from A True Relation of My Birth, Breeding,   2063   2198   From A True Relation of My Birth, Breeding,
and Life                                                    and Life.
Observations upon Experimental Philosophy     2068   2203   Observations upon Experimental Philosophy.
Of Micrography, and of Magnifying and         2068   2203   Of Micrography, and of Magnifying and
Multiplying Glasses                                         Multiplying Glasses.
The Description of a New Blazing World        2070   2205   The Description of a New Blazing World.
from To the Reader                            2070   2205   From To the Reader.
[Creating Worlds]                             2071   2206   (Creating Worlds.)
[Empress, Duchess, Duke]                      2072   2207   (Empress, Duchess, Duke.)
Epilogue                                      2073   2208   Epilogue.
JOHN                                                 2209   John Dryden.
DRYDEN

Absalom and Achitophel: A Poem                2077   2212   Absalom and Achitophel: A Poem.
“Absalom and Achitophel” and Its Time         Web    2237   “Absalom and Achitophel” and Its Time:
                                                            Charles II: His Majesty's Declaration.
Mac Flecknoe                                  2102   2239   Mac Flecknoe.
To the Memory of Mr. Oldham                   2108   2245   To the Memory of Mr. Oldham.
To the Pious Memory of the Accomplished       Web    2246   To the Pious Memory of the Accomplished
Young Lady Mrs. Anne Killigrew                              Young Lady Mrs. Anne Killigrew.
Alexander’s Feast                             2109   2251   Alexander's Feast.
Fables Ancient and Modern                     2113   2256   Fables Ancient and Modern.
from Preface                                  2113   2256   From Preface.
The Secular Masque                            2122   2264   The Secular Masque.
APHRA                                         2125   2267   Aphra Behn.
BEHN

The Disappointment                            2126   2269   The Disappointment.
To Lysander, on Some Verses He Writ           2130   2272   To Lysander, on Some Verses He Writ.
To Lysander at the Music-Meeting              2131   2274   To Lysander at the Music-Meeting.
A Letter to Mr. Creech at Oxford              2132   2275   A Letter to Mr. Creech at Oxford.
To the Fair Clarinda, Who Made Love to Me,    2135   2277   To the Fair Clarinda, Who Made Love to Me,
Imagined More than Woman                                    Imagined More than Woman.
Oroonoko                                      2137   2278    Oroonoko.
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Response: Thomas Southerne, from                2178   2321   * Response: Thomas Southerne, from
Oroonoko: A Tragedy                                           Oroonoko: A Tragedy.
PERSPECTIVES: COTERIE WRITING                   2184   2327   * Perspectives: Coterie Writing.
Mary, Lady Chudleigh. To the Ladies. To         2184   2327   Mary, Lady Chudleigh. To the Ladies. To
Almystrea                                                     Almystrea.
Anne Finch, Countess of Winchilsea. The         2186   2329   * Anne Finch, Countess of Winchelsea. The
Introduction                                                  Introduction.
Friendship Between Ephelia and Ardelia          2188   2331    Friendship Between Ephelia and Ardelia.
A Nocturnal Reverie                             2189   2332   A Nocturnal Reverie.
A Ballad to Mrs. Catherine Fleming in London    2190   2333   A Ballad to Mrs. Catherine Fleming in London
from Malshanger Farm in Hampshire                             from Malshanger Farm in Hampshire.
Mary Leapor. The Headache. To Aurelia           2192   2335   * Mary Leapor. The Headache. To Aurelia.
Mira To Octavia                                 2194   2337   * Mira to Octavia
An Epistle to Artemisia. On Fame                2195   2338   * An Epistle to Artemisia: On Fame.
Advice to Sophronia                             2200   2343   Advice to Sophronia.
The Epistle of Deborah Dough                    2201   2344   The Epistle of Deborah Dough.
JOHN WILMOT, EARL OF                            2202   2327   John Wilmot, Earl Of Rochester.
ROCHESTER
Against Constancy                               2203   2346   Against Constancy.
The Disabled Debauchee                          2204   2347   The Disabled Debauchee.
Song (“Love a woman? You’re an ass!”)           2205   2348   Song (“Love a woman? You're an ass!”)
The Imperfect Enjoyment                         2205   2348   The Imperfect Enjoyment.
Upon Nothing                                    2207   2350   Upon Nothing.
A Satyr Against Reason and Mankind              2208   2351   A Satyr Against Reason and Mankind.
WILLIAM                                         2213   2356   William Wycherley.
WYCHERLEY

The Country Wife                                2215   2358   The Country Wife.
MARY                                            2283   2427   Mary Astell.
ASTELL

from Some Reflections upon Marriage             2284   2428   From Some Reflections upon Marriage.
DANIEL                                          2293   2437   Daniel Defoe.
DEFOE

A True Relation of the Apparition of One Mrs.   2296   2440   A True Relation of the Apparition of One Mrs.
Veal                                                          Veal.
A Journal of the Plague Year                    2302   2446   A Journal of the Plague Year.
[At the Burial Pit]                             2302   2446   (At the Burial Pit.)
[Encounter with a Waterman]                     2306   2449   (Encounter with a Waterman.)
PERSPECTIVES: READING PAPERS                    2310   2453   Perspectives: Reading Papers.
News and Comment                                2311   2454   News and Comment.
from Mercurius Publicus [Anniversary of the     2311   2454   From Mercurius Publicus (Anniversary of the
Regicide]                                                     Regicide).
from The London Gazette [The Fire of            2312   2455   From The London Gazette (The Fire of
London]                                                       London).
from The Daily Courant No. 1 [Editorial         2313   2456   From Daily Courant No. 1 (Editorial Policy).
Policy]
Daniel Defoe: from A Review of the State of     2314   2457   Daniel Defoe. From A Review of the State of
the British Nation, Vol. 4, No. 21 [The New                   the British Nation, Vol 4, No. 21 (The New
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Union]                                                       Union).
                                                      2459   From The Craftsman No. 307 (Vampires in
                                                             Britain).
Periodical Personae                            2316   2462   Periodical Personae.
Richard Steele: from Tatler No. 1              2317   2463   Richard Steele. From Tatler No. 1
[Introducing Mr. Bickerstaff]                                (Introducing Mr. Bickerstaff).
Joseph Addison: from Spectator No. 1           2319   2466   Joseph Addison. From Spectator No. 1
[Introducing Mr. Spectator]                                  (Introducing Mr. Spectator).
from Female Spectator, Vol. 1, No. 1 [The      2322   2468   From Female Spectator Vol. 1,No. 1 (The
Author’s Intent+                                             Author's Intent).
Richard Steele: from Tatler No. 18 [The News   2324   2470   Richard Steele. From Tatler No. 18 (The News
Writers in Danger]                                           Writers in Danger).
Joseph Addison: from Tatler No. 155 [The       2324   2470   Joseph Addison. From Tatler No. 155 (The
Political Upholsterer]                                       Political Upholsterer).
Joseph Addison: from Spectator No. 10 [The     2326   2472   Joseph Addison. From Spectator No. 10 (The
Spectator and Its Readers]                                   Spectator and Its Readers).
Getting, Spending, Speculating                 2328   2474   Getting, Spending, Speculating.
Joseph Addison: Spectator No. 69 [Royal        2330   2476   Joseph Addison. Spectator No. 69 (Royal
Exchange]                                                    Exchange).
Richard Steele: Spectator No. 11 [Inkle and    2333   2479   Richard Steele. Spectator No. 11 (Inkle and
Yarico]                                                      Yarico).
Daniel Defoe: from A Review of the State of    2335   2481   Daniel Defoe. From A Review of the State of
the British Nation, Vol. 1, No. 43 [Weak                     the British Nation, Vol 1, No. 43 (Weak
Foundations]                                                 Foundations).
Advertisements from the Spectator              2337   2483   Advertisements from the Spectator.
 Women and Men, Manners and Marriage           Web    2483   Women and Men, Manners and Marriage.
                                                      2484   Richard Steele. From Tatler No. 25 (Duellists).
                                                      2485   Daniel Defoe. From A Review of the State of
                                                             the British Nation, Vol. 9, No 34, (A Duellist's
                                                             Conscience.)
                                                      2487   From The Athenian Mercury.
                                                      2490   Richard Steele. From Tatler No. 104 (Jenny
                                                             Distaff Newly Married).
                                                      2491   Joseph Addison. Spectator No 128 (Variety of
                                                             Temper).
                                                      2494   Eliza Haywood. From The Female Spectator,
                                                             Vol. 1, No. 1 (Seomanthe's Elopement).
                                                      2496   Eliza Haywood. From The Female Spectator,
                                                             Vol. 2, No. 10 (Women's Education).

JONATHAN                                       2337   2498   Jonathan Swift.
SWIFT

A Description of the Morning                   2340   2500   A Description of the Morning.
A Description of a City Shower                 2341   2501   A Description of a City Shower.
Stella’s Birthday, 1719                        2343   2504   Stella's Birthday, 1719.
Stella’s Birthday, 1727                        2344   2504   Stella's Birthday, 1727.
The Lady’s Dressing Room                       2346   2506   The Lady's Dressing Room.
Response: Lady Mary Wortley Montagu: The       2350   2510   * Response: Lady Mary Wortley Montagu,
Reasons that induced Dr. S. to write a Poem                  The Reasons That Induced Dr. S. to write a
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called The Lady’s Dressing Room                              Poem called The Lady's Dressing Room.
Verses on the Death of Dr. Swift, D.S.P.D.    2352   2513    Verses on the Death of Dr. Swift, D. S. P. D.
Journal to Stella                             2366   2526    Journal to Stella.
from Letter 10                                2366   2527    From Letter 10.
Gulliver’s Travels                            2370   2531    * Gulliver’s Travels.
from Part 3. A Voyage to Laputa               2371   2532    * from Part 3. A Voyage to Laputa.
Part 4. A Voyage to the Country of the        2381   2541      * Part 4. A Voyage to the Country of the
Houyhnhnms                                                   Houyhnhnms.
“Gulliver’s Travels” and Its Time             2426   2587    * “Gulliver’s Travels” and Its Time.
from Letters on Gulliver’s Travels Jonathan   2427   2588    * from Letters on Gulliver’s Travels Jonathan
Swift to Alexander Pope • Alexander Pope                     Swift to Alexander Pope • Alexander Pope
to Jonathan Swift • John Gay to Jonathan                     to Jonathan Swift • John Gay to Jonathan
Swift • Jonathan Swift to Alexander                          Swift • Jonathan Swift to Alexander
Pope • “The Prince of Lilliput” to Stella                    Pope • “The Prince of Lilliput” to Stella
A Modest Proposal                             2431   2591    A Modest Proposal.
“A Modest Proposal” and Its Time              2437   2598    “A Modest Proposal” and Its Time.
William Petty from Political Arithmetic       2437   2598    William Petty From Political Arithmetic.
ALEXANDER                                     2438   2599    Alexander Pope.
POPE

An Essay on Criticism                         2440   2601    An Essay on Criticism.
Windsor-Forest                                2458   2619    Windsor-Forest.
The Rape of the Lock                          2470   2631    The Rape of the Lock.
The Iliad                                     2491   2652    The Iliad.
                                                     2652    From Preface (On Translation)
from Book 12 *Sarpedon’s Speech+              2491   2654    From Book 12 (Sarpedon's Speech.)
Eloisa to Abelard                             2492   2655    Eloisa to Abelard.
from An Essay on Man                          2501   2664    From An Essay on Man.
To the Reader                                 2501   2664    To the Reader.
The Design                                    2501   2665    The Design.
Epistle 1                                     2502   2664    Epistle 1.
                                                     2665    Argument.
An Epistle from Mr. Pope, to Dr. Arbuthnot    2509   2673    An Epistle from Mr. Pope, to Dr. Arbuthnot.
An Epistle To a Lady: Of the Characters of    2521   2684    * An Epistle to a Lady: Of the Characters of
Women                                                        Women.
Epistle 2. To a Lady: Of the Characters of    2521
Women
Response: Mary Leapor: An Essay on            2528   2692    * Response: Mary Leapor, An Essay on
Woman                                                        Woman.
from The Dunciad                              2531   2694    From The Dunciad.
Book the First                                2531
from Book the Fourth                          2542   2694    From Book the Fourth.
                                                     2695    (The Goddess Coming in Her Majesty.)
                                                     2696    (The Geniuses of the Schools.)
                                                     2697    (Young Gentlemen Returned from Travel.)
                                                     2699    (The Minute Philosophers and the
                                                             Consummation of All.)
LADY MARY WORTLEY                             2543   2706    Lady Mary Wortley Montagu.
MONTAGU
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from The Turkish Embassy Letters             2544    2707    From The Turkish Embassy Letters.
To Lady—[On the Turkish Baths]               2544    2707    To Lady—(On the Turkish Baths.)
To Lady Mar [On Turkish Dress]               2546    2709    To Lady Mar (On Turkish Dress.)
Letter to Lady Bute [On Her Granddaughter]   2548    2711    Letter to Lady Bute (On Her Granddaughter).
Epistle from Mrs. Yonge to Her Husband       2551    2714    Epistle from Mrs. Yonge to Her Husband.
The Lover: A Ballad                          2553    2716    The Lover: A Ballad.
JOHN                                         2555    2717    John Gay.
GAY

The Beggar’s Opera                           2557    2719    The Beggar's Opera.
 “The Beggar's Opera” and Its Time:          Web     2765    “The Beggar's Opera” and Its Time:
Influences and Impact                                        Influences and Impact.
                                                     2765    Thomas D'Urfey: From Wit and Mirth; or,
                                                             Pills to Purge Melacholy.
                                                     2768    Daniel Defoe: From The True and Genuine
                                                             Account of the Life and Actions of the Late
                                                             Jonathan Wild.
                                                     2772    Henry Fielding: From The Life of Mr.
                                                             Jonathan Wild the Great.
                                                     2775    (Anonymous.) From A Narrative of All the
                                                             Robberies, Escapes, &c. of John Sheppard.
                                                     2776    John Thurmond. From Harlequin Sheppard.
                                                     2777    Charlotte Charke. From A Narrative of the
                                                             Life of Mrs. Charlotte Charke.
                                                     2778    James Boswell. From London Journal (Entries
                                                             on Macheath.)
                                                     2780    * Response: Bertolt Brecht, Lyrics from The
                                                             Threepenny Opera.
WILLIAM                                      2603    2783    William Hogarth.
HOGARTH

A Rake’s Progress                            2605    2785    A Rake's Progress.
PERSPECTIVES: MIND AND GOD                   2613    2793    Perspectives: Mind and God.
Isaac Newton                                 2614    2794    Isaac Newton.
from Letter to Richard Bentley               2615    2795    From Letter to Richard Bentley.
John Locke                                   2617    2797    John Locke.
from An Essay Concerning Human               2618    2798    From An Essay Concerning Human
Understanding                                                Understanding.
Isaac Watts                                  2622    2802    Isaac Watts.
A Prospect of Heaven Makes Death Easy        2623    2803    A Prospect of Heaven Makes Death Easy.
The Hurry of the Spirits, in a Fever and     2623    2803    The Hurry of the Spirits, in a Fever and
Nervous Disorders                                            Nervous Disorders.
Against Idleness and Mischief                2625    2805    Against Idleness and Mischief.
Man Frail, and God Eternal                   2625    2805    Man Frail, and God Eternal.
Miracles Attending Israel’s Journey          2626    2806    Miracles Attending Israel's Journey.
Joseph Addison                               2627    2807    Joseph Addison.
Spectator No. 465                            2627    2807    Spectator No. 465.
George Berkeley                              2629    2809    George Berkeley.
from Three Dialogues Between Hylas and       2629    2809    From Three Dialogues between Hylas and
Philonous                                                    Philonous.
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David Hume                                    2631   2811    David Hume.
from A Treatise of Human Nature               2632   2812    From A Treatise of Human Nature.
from An Enquiry Concerning Human              2635   2815    From An Enquiry Concerning Human
Understanding                                                Understanding.
Christopher Smart                             2637   2817    Christopher Smart.
from Jubilate Agno                            2638   2818    From Jubilate Agno.
William Cowper                                2641   2821    William Cowper.
Light Shining out of Darkness                 2642   2822    Light Shining out of Darkness.
from The Task                                 2642   2822    From The Task.
The Cast-away                                 2643   2823    The Cast-away.
JAMES                                                2825    James Thomson.
THOMSON

from Winter. A Poem                           2646   2826    From Winter. A Poem.
[Autumn Evening and Night]                    2646   2826    (Autumn Evening and Night.)
[Winter Night]                                2649   2829    (Winter Night.)
from The Seasons                              2650   2830    From The Seasons.
from Autumn                                   2650   2830    From Autumn.
Rule, Britannia                               2655   2835    Rule, Britannia.
“The Seasons” and Its Time: Poems of          2656   2836    “The Seasons” and Its Time: Poems of
Nightfall and Night                                          Nightfall and Night.
Edward Young from The Complaint               2656   2836    Edward Young From The Complaint.
William Collins Ode to Evening • Ode          2659   2839    William Collins Ode to Evening. Ode
Occasioned by the Death of Mr. Thomson                       Occasioned by the Death of Mr. Thomson.
William Cowper from The Task                  2662   2842    William Cowper: From The Task.
THOMAS                                        2665   2845    Thomas Gray.
GRAY

                                                     2846    Letters.
                                                     2846    To Horace Walpole (16 April 1734).
                                                     2847    To Richard West (December 1736).
                                                     2848    To Horace Walpole (12 June 1750).
                                                     2849    To Horace Walpole (11 February 1751).
                                                     2850    From To Horace Walpole (20 February 1751).
Sonnet on the Death of Mr. Richard West       2666   2850    Sonnet on the Death of Mr. Richard West.
Ode on a Distant Prospect of Eton College     2667   2850    Ode on a Distant Prospect of Eton College.
Ode on the Death of a Favorite Cat, Drowned   2669   2853    Ode on the Death of a Favorite Cat, Drowned
in a Tub of Gold Fishes                                      in a Tub of Gold Fishes.
Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard         2670   2854    Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard.
SAMUEL                                        2674   2858    Samuel Johnson.
JOHNSON

The Vanity of Human Wishes                    2677   2861    The Vanity of Human Wishes.
A Short Song of Congratulation                2686   2870    A Short Song of Congratulation.
On the Death of Dr. Robert Levet              2686   2870    On the Death of Dr. Robert Levet.
The Rambler                                   2687   2871    The Rambler.
No. 4 [On Fiction]                            2688   2872    No. 4 (On Fiction).
No. 5 [On Spring]                             2691   2875    No. 5 (On Spring).
No. 60 [On Biography]                         2694   2878    No. 60 (On Biography).
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No. 170 [On Misella, a Prostitute]           Web    2880    No. 170 (On Misella, a Prostitute).
No. 171 [Misella Continues]                  Web    2883    No. 171 (Misella Continues).
No. 207 [Beginnings, Middles, and Ends]      Web    2886    No. 207 (Beginnings, Middles, and Ends).
The Idler                                    2697   2889    The Idler.
No. 31 [On Idleness]                         2697   2889    No. 31 (On Idleness).
No. 32 [On Sleep]                            2698   2891    No. 32 (On Sleep).
No. 84 [On Autobiography]                    2700   2892    No. 84 (On Autobiography).
No. 97 [On Travel Writing]                   2702   2894    No. 97 (On Travel Writing).
A Dictionary of the English Language         2703   2895    A Dictionary of the English Language.
from Preface                                 2704   2896    from Preface.
[Some Entries]                               2710   2902    (Some Entries.)
from The History of Rasselas, Prince of      2718   2910    From The History of Rasselas, Prince of
Abyssinia                                                   Abyssinia.
Chapter 8. The History of Imlac              2719   2911    Chapter 8. The History of Imlac.
Chapter 9. The History of Imlac Continued    2720   2912    Chapter 9. The History of Imlac Continued.
Chapter 10. Imlac’s History Continued. A     2722   2914    Chapter 10. Imlac's History Continued. A
Dissertation upon Poetry                                    Dissertation upon Poetry.
Chapter 11. Imlac’s Narrative Continued. A   2723   2915    Chapter 11. Imlac's Narrative Continued. A
Hint on Pilgrimage                                          Hint on Pilgrimage.
Chapter 12. The Story of Imlac Continued     2725   2917    Chapter 12. The Story of Imlac Continued.
from The Plays of William Shakespeare        2727   2919    From The Plays of Shakespeare.
Preface                                      2727   2919    Preface.
*“Just Representations of General Nature”+   2727   2919    (“Just Representations of General Nature”)
[Faults; The Unities]                        2730   2922    (Faults; The Unities)
[Selected Notes on Othello]                  2736   2928    (Selected Notes on Othello.)
Lives of the Poets                           2738   2931    Lives of the Poets.
from The Life of Milton                      2739   2931    From The Life of Milton.
from The Life of Pope                        2741   2933    From The Life of Pope.
Letters                                      2744   2940    Letters.
To Lord Chesterfield (7 February 1755)       2744   2940    To Lord Chesterfield (7 February 1755).
To Hester Thrale (19 June 1783)              2745   2941    To Hester Thrale (19 June 1783).
To Hester Thrale Piozzi (2 July 1784)        2747   2943    To Hester Thrale Piozzi (2 July 1784).
To Hester Thrale Piozzi (8 July 1784)        2747   2943    To Hester Thrale Piozzi (8 July 1784).
JAMES                                        2748   2944    James Boswell.
BOSWELL

from London Journal                          2750   2946    From London Journal.
[A Scot in London]                           2750   2946    (A Scot in London.)
[Louisa]                                     2753   2949    (Louisa.)
[First Meeting with Johnson]                 2757   2953    (First Meeting with Johnson.)
An Account of My Last Interview with David   2758   2954    An Account of My Last Interview with David
Hume, Esq.                                                  Hume, Esq.
                                                    2957    From A Journal of a Tour to the Hebrides
                                                            with Dr. Samuel Johnson.
from The Life of Samuel Johnson, LL.D.       2761   2962    From The Life of Samuel Johnson, LL.D.
*Introduction; Boswell’s Method+             2761   2962    (Introduction; Boswell's Method.)
[Conversations about Hume]                   2763   2964    (Conversations about Hume.)
[Dinner with Wilkes]                         2765   2966    (Dinner with Wilkes.)
[Conversations at Streatham and the Club]    2771   2972    (Conversations at Streatham and the Club.)
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                                                        2977   Hester Salusbury Thrale Piozzi.
                                                        2978   From The Family Book.
                                                        2978   (On Her Daughter's Progress.)
                                                        2980   (On the Death of Her Son.)
                                                        2982   (On Her Marriage and Household.)
                                                        2983   From Thraliana.
                                                        2983   (First Entries.)
OLIVER                                           2777   2987   Oliver Goldsmith.
GOLDSMITH

The Deserted Village                             2778   2988   The Deserted Village.
Responses: George Crabbe from The Village        2788   2999   Responses: George Crabbe From The Village.
George Crabbe: from The Parish Register          2790   3000   George Crabbe: From The Parish Register.
RICHARD BRINSLEY SHERIDAN                        Web    3001   Richard Brinsley Sheridan.
The School for Scandal                           Web    3002   The School for Scandal.
                                                        3063   * Response: Oscar Wilde, From The
                                                               Importance of Being Earnest.
PERSPECTIVES: NOVEL GUISES                       2791   3066   * Perspectives: Novel Guises.
Mary Carleton, from The Case of Madam            Web    3067   * Mary Carleton, From The Case of Madam
Mary Carleton                                                  Mary Carleton.
Daniel Defoe, from The Life and Strange          2792   3069   * Daniel Defoe, From The Life and Strange
Surprizing Adventures of Robinson Crusoe                       Surprizing Adventures of Robinson Crusoe.
from The Fortunate Mistress: Or, a History of    Web    3073   * From The Fortunate Mistress: Or, a History
the Life and Vast Variety of Fortunes of                       of the Life and Vast Variety of Fortunes of
Mademoiselle de Beleau, Afterwards Called                      Mademoiselle de Beleau, Afterwards Called
the Countess de Wintselsheim, in Germany.                      the Countess de Wintselsheim, in Germany.
Being the Person Known by the Name of Lady                     Being the Person Known by the Name of Lady
Roxana, in the Time if King Charles II                         Roxana, in the Time if King Charles II.
Eliza Haywood, Fantomina: Or, Love in a          2796   3081   * Eliza Heywood, Fantomina: Or, Love in a
Maze                                                           Maze.
Samuel Richardson, from Pamela; Or, Virtue       2814   3099   * Samuel Richardson, From Pamela; Or,
Rewarded                                                       Virtue Rewarded.
from the Preface to Clarissa. Or, The History    2819   3108   * From the Preface to Clarissa, Or, The
of a Young Lady                                                History of a Young Lady.
from the Preface to The History of Sir Charles   2819   3109   * From the Preface to The History of Sir
Grandison, Baronet                                             Charles Grandison, Baronet.
Henry Fielding, from An Apology for the Life     2820   3109   * Henry Fielding, From An Apology for the
of Mrs. Shamela Andrews                                        Life of Mrs. Shamela Andrews
from the Preface to The History of the           2823   3113   * From the Preface to The History of the
Adventures of Joseph Andrews                                   Adventures of Joseph Andrews.
from The History of Tom Jones, A Foundling       2826   3116   * From The History of Tom Jones, A
                                                               Foundling.
Laurence Sterne, from The Life and Opinions      2828   3122   * Lawrence Sterne, From The Life and
of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman                                  Opinions of Tristam Shandy, Gentleman.
Frances Burney, from The Early Journals          2831   3125   * Frances Burney, From The Early Journals.
from Evelina; or, the History of a Young         2834   3128   * From Evelina, or, the History of a Young
Lady’s Entrance into the World. Evelina to                     Lady’s Entrance into the World. Evelina to
the Reverend Mr. Villars                                       the Reverend Mr. Villars.
                                                        3131   * Letters on Evelina, From a Letter to
                                                               Susanna Burney; Streatham, late June 1779.
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                                                    3132    * From a Letter to Susanna Burney; Bath, 8
                                                            June 1780.
from The Wanderer; or, Female Difficulties   2837   3133    * From The Wanderer; or, Female Difficulties.
                                                    3137    Political and Religious Orders.
                                                    3143    Money, Weights, and Measures.
                                                    3145    Glossary of Literary and Cultural Terms.
                                                    3169    Bibliographies.
Credits                                      2839   3209    Credits.

Index                                        2845   3213    Index.

								
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