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(p. 813) Index 1: Conceptual Tools

(p. 813) Index 1: Conceptual Tools

‘Accommodation’, see DONNE, Genres, Sermons
Act of Uniformity, 371, 373, 388, 409
‘Addled’ Parliament, see Parliament—of 1614
Allegiance, Oath of, 5–6, 250, 252–53, 255–56, 258, 367, 486–87, 493, 498, 501, 506–08, 521–22, 567, 591. See also Parliament—of 1604
controversy concerning, 5–6, 12, 67–68, 169, 249–63, 367, 380, 489, 491–94, 498–505, 522, 548, 558, 591, 666, 669, 754
‘Anglicanism’, 230
‘Apostasy’, 365, 378, 380. See also DONNE, Character traits and beliefs
Arcana imperii, 245, 637, 694–95, 700
in Donne's Problems, 245–48
in Donne's Sermons, 637–38, 694, 699–700
Archpriest controversy, 377, 521
Arminianism, 492, 595, 599, 606, 614, 618, 624–25, 627, 629–30, 645, 668, 699
in Donne's Sermons, 701
‘Avant-garde conformists’, 488–94
and Donne, 489, 491–92, 494
Azores (‘Islands’) voyage, 444–45. See also DONNE, Biography, travels, military service
Bibles, 334, 381
Bibliographies, 81, 84–85, 718
Bibliography, textual, 12–96, 141, 165–68, 210–17, 222, 247, 348–50, 357–60, 414–16, 434, 496
‘Bloody Question’, 109, 114
Book of Common Prayer, 223, 234–35, 331, 371–73, 385, 639
Canonical literature, 88, 94, 123, 256, 381
Cavalier poets, 684
Censorship, 1, 13, 37, 152, 327, 516, 583, 744, 750
Ceremonialism, 668. See also Arminianism
Chancery, see Law courts
Chaplains, royal, 554–60, 562, 564. See also DONNE, Biography, royal chaplaincy
Characters, 154, 245–46, 267, 334, 379, 517, 580, 683, 711, 714–16. See also DONNE, Genres
‘Church papists’, 5, 255, 331, 372, 378–79, 381, 594, 599, 665
Closure, literary, 4, 106, 117, 121, 131, 265, 267, 270, 317, 705
Common law, 403–04, 474, 579, 582, 612, 626, 693, 696, 701–02
Concordances, 11, 50, 81, 83, 86, 94
Council of Trent, 373, 376, 390, 398, 421. See also DONNE, Writings, Council of Trent in
Decorum, see DONNE, Writings
Dicta Catonis, 111–12
DigitalDonne, 45, 82–84, 86, 92
(p. 815) Directions to Preachers, 327, 369, 599, 606, 621, 623, 640
‘Divine Poems’, 218–19, 233–35, 237. See also DONNE, Genres
Divine right of kings, 245, 258–59, 691–94, 697, 703
DONNE, Dr. JOHN, Dean:
Biography, 151, 182, 184, 193–96, 247, 348, 365–70, 523–28, 668–74, 677, 690–92, 719–28. See also Index 2: Personal names, Bald; Cain; Carey; Flynn; Gosse; Haskin; Jessopp; Novarr; Patterson; Sellin; Shami; Strier; Walton
persecution for religion, 5, 41, 152, 165, 408–11, 413–14, 507, 748
early years and education, 5–6, 107, 256–57, 365–66, 399, 407–11, 419–21, 535, 746, 748, 751
at Oxford, 41, 155, 366, 402, 407, 411, 413–14, 665
academic degrees, 368, 498, 558–59, 569–70
at Thavies and Lincoln's Inn, 145, 150–51, 160, 209–10, 254, 299, 404, 406–07, 421–23, 425, 447–48, 453–54, 457, 466, 472, 554, 556, 576–78, 580, 684
study of civil law, canon law, and casuistry, 12, 253–54, 299–301, 404, 406, 422–23, 425, 447–48, 452–53, 472–75, 498, 500, 556, 569–70, 582, 612, 673, 700, 702, 723
travels, 86, 95, 161, 212, 366, 407, 481, 525, 677
military service, 4, 421–22, 424–34
at siege of Antwerp, 416–19, 433. See also DONNE, Genres, Latin Epigrams
on Azores (‘Islands’) voyage, 4, 142, 366, 424–25, 427, 430–34, 447–48, 496. See also DONNE, Genres, Epigrams and Verse Letters
in Cadiz raid, 4, 109, 112–15, 142, 146, 366, 424–32, 434, 442–45, 447, 463, 496. See also DONNE, Genres, Epigrams
in 1605–06, 261, 367, 506, 508–18, 521–22, 525, 528
in 1619–20, 5, 155, 239, 368, 561, 573–74, 581–83, 595–602, 618, 732, 752
secretary to Lord Keeper Egerton, 6, 15, 76, 191, 355, 366, 433, 447–59, 464–66, 469–72, 474, 500, 506, 525, 554–56, 559, 567, 570, 572, 577, 602–03, 605, 750
leasing of a recusant's Lincolnshire manor, 458
in Parliament—of 1601, 168, 457–58, 464, 472–73, 577, 694
imprisonment, 458, 466, 473–74, 556, 650
Church of England member, 193, 219, 228, 230, 232, 261–62, 320, 323, 328, 331, 339, 347, 367, 368–69, 382, 411, 484, 518, 522–25, 528, 535, 547–48, 554–55, 645, 651–53, 665–75, 706, 726, 738
residence at Pyrford, 194, 359, 367, 449–50, 459, 464, 471–72, 476, 478–82, 484, 508, 511–12unemployment, 478, 480–82, 484, 498–501, 508–10
residence at Mitcham and London, 164, 359, 367, 491–94, 512, 671, 674–75
dangers faced by, 6, 129–30, 149, 152–53, 155, 165, 245–46, 260, 262, 319, 344, 354, 390, 407, 413–14, 433, 458, 461, 472, 507, 513, 607–08, 615, 663, 675, 751
conformity, 367, 382, 384, 474, 491–94, 522, 555, 614, 637–38, 665, 668, 673, 706
conversion, 5, 193, 382, 524, 527–28, 530, 535, 555, 654, 662, 664–66, 669–75, 677, 734, 736
residence at Drury Lane, 451, 511–512
Privy Council and, 245, 411, 461, 464, 467, 480, 531–32, 547, 560, 681
(p. 816)
in Parliament—of 1614, 529, 544, 549–50, 614, 699
and Spain, 421, 424–26
vocation, 218, 356, 367–68, 523–36, 564, 677, 733
royal chaplaincy, 368–69, 529, 554–65, 569, 594, 603, 609
attendance and preaching at the Chapel Royal, 554, 557, 559, 561, 564, 569, 609, 726
rector of Keyston, 556, 559, 570, 603
rector of Sevenoaks, 556, 559, 570
Lenten preaching, 562–65, 603, 612, 650
readership at Lincoln's Inn, 71, 327, 337, 341, 368, 559, 570, 576–88, 594–95, 603, 609–10, 645, 669
cipher entrusted to, 573, 581
and Synod of Dort, 600–01, 614
prebend of Chiswick, 604, 608
vicar of St. Dunstan's, 327, 556, 608–10, 615
residence at Chelsea, 326, 609–10
prolocutor of 1626 Convocation, 599, 611
attendance at and governor of the Charterhouse, 480, 482, 611–13
burial, 651
library of, 16, 52, 85, 243, 332, 360, 466
mottoes of, 422, 425, 636, 666, 669, 734
portraits of, 54, 147, 241, 262, 366, 421–22, 425, 447, 514, 525–26, 643, 666, 669, 685, 734
seals of, 370, 380, 603, 605, 654–55
friends and friendship, 4, 13–17, 19–20, 27, 29, 43, 154–55, 173, 176, 181, 190, 192, 206, 211, 229, 236, 243, 247, 259, 277, 287, 291–92, 294, 299, 319, 349, 353, 356, 360, 366–68, 370, 429, 432, 447, 454, 456–57, 478, 480, 482–83, 494, 506, 508–10, 515, 528, 534, 538, 544, 555, 561, 588–89, 606, 609–10, 612–14, 616, 646, 654–55, 667, 744, 748, 751–52. See also DONNE, Writings, coteries; Index 2: Personal names: George Abbot; Sir Walter Aston; Christopher Brooke; Samuel Brooke; Cecilia Bulstrode; Sir Julius Caesar; Sir Dudley Carleton; Sir William Cornwallis; Thomas Coryate; Sir Robert Cotton; Sir John Danvers; Sir Robert Drury; Bridget Dunch; George Garrard; Martha Garrard; Sir Henry Goodere; William Hakewill; Joseph Hall; John Harington, second baron Harington of Exton; Thomas Harriot; Elizabeth Hastings (née Stanley), countess of Huntingdon; James Hay, viscount Doncaster and first earl of Carlisle; Edward Herbert, first baron Herbert of Cherbury; George Herbert; Magdalen Herbert (née Newport), Lady Danvers; Philip Herbert, first earl of Montgomery; William Herbert, third earl of Pembroke; Sir Henry Hobart; John Hoskins; Constantijn Huygens; Ben Jonson; Sir Robert Ker; Sir Robert Killigrew; Henry King; John King; Bridget Kingsmill (née White); Sir Henry Marten; Richard Martin; Toby Matthew; Thomas Morton; Henry Percy, ninth earl of Northumberland; Sir Edward Phelips; Sir Robert Rich; Sir Thomas Roe; Lucy Russell (née Harington), countess of Bedford; Anne Sackville (née Clifford), Countess of Dorset; William Stanley, sixth earl of Derby; Izaak Walton; Edmund Whitelock; Thomas Winniffe; Rowland Woodward; Thomas Woodward; Sir Francis Wolley; Sir Henry Wotton
pastoral cares, 6, 217, 321, 327, 330, 343, 564, 578, 584, 608, 611, 615
and English Reformation, 223, 365, 383–86, 492, 604, 669, 673, 677. See also DONNE, Writings, and English Reformation
(p. 817) Character traits and beliefs:
‘apostasy’, 5–6, 378, 661–62, 664–77, 724–25, 739
Calvinism, 139, 335, 368–69, 494, 572, 577, 579, 583, 586, 595, 614, 642, 668, 675
and anti-Calvinism, 230, 292–93, 614, 624–25, 642–45, 668, 701
conscience, 13, 131, 257, 262, 270, 320, 354, 409, 457, 630, 667, 671, 722–23, 745
constancy, 6, 130, 148, 197, 202, 229, 302, 312, 315, 320, 342, 354, 422, 425, 447, 460, 530–31, 562, 612, 646–47, 649, 666–68, 672, 674–77, 697, 725, 734–35, 748
and inconstancy, 22, 73, 99, 127, 130, 137, 144, 147, 212, 225, 231, 260, 344, 370, 422, 433, 528, 584, 612, 642, 668–69, 672–74, 676, 697, 734, 740, 751–52
daring, 2, 106, 108–09, 117, 125, 190, 245–47, 280, 289, 513, 518, 739
discretion, 6, 181, 199, 262, 320, 334, 342, 354, 529, 535, 609, 640, 721, 732
misogyny, 6, 24, 143–44, 161, 192, 205, 661–62, 678–89
opportunism, 258, 280, 527, 727–28
Protestantism, 143, 219, 223, 227, 229, 236, 254, 315, 331, 494, 535, 555, 561, 582, 584, 595, 599, 602, 606, 614, 616, 645, 655–56, 666, 670, 680
Puritanism, anti-Puritanism, 161, 223, 294–96, 315–16, 331, 332, 336, 339, 370, 493, 599, 621, 653, 668, 755
scepticism, 100, 102, 129, 271, 282, 284, 583, 744
Genres.See also Index 4: Individual works discussed
Anniversaries, 3, 14–17, 44, 48, 53–4, 56, 99, 106, 207, 214, 216, 220, 273–85, 286, 290, 349, 351, 530, 645, 674, 680, 682–3, 688, 706, 718–21, 724, 752
Controversial Treatise (Pseudo-Martyr), 3, 12–13, 29, 66–72, 77, 100, 152, 160, 173, 246, 249–63, 321, 356, 367, 377, 380, 408, 410, 466, 492–94, 496, 498–500, 503–04, 507, 518, 520–22, 533, 555, 558, 591, 612, 645, 665–67, 669, 671, 697, 702, 718, 727, 744, 746, 750, 753–55
‘Divine Poems’, 33, 44, 46, 52, 54, 94, 184, 431, 705, 734, 739, 751. See also DONNE: Genres, Liturgical Poems; Religious Sonnets
Epicedes and Obsequies, 15, 25, 44, 57–58, 100, 106, 136, 173, 182, 216, 277–78, 286–97, 301, 682, 706, 721, 733
Epitaphs and Inscriptions, 15, 18, 53, 228, 275, 285, 287
Epithalamions, 15, 28, 44, 49, 59, 85, 101–02, 182, 188, 298–307, 532–33, 548, 680, 718, 722, 726, 739
Latin Epigrams, 105, 107, 109, 117, 366, 414–20, 433, 512–13, 732, 735
Love Lyrics (‘Songs and Sonets’), 3–4, 15, 18, 23, 44, 47, 50, 52–55, 61, 85, 94, 101–03, 106, 115, 159, 173, 180–206, 210, 218, 223, 228–29, 307, 346, 476, 647–48, 657, 670, 672, 676, 679, 683–88, 709–13, 715, 724, 734, 736, 738
Problems, 12, 17, 36, 39, 72–73, 99, 156, 165, 212, 242–48, 251, 349, 680
Prose Letters, 13–17, 25, 27–29, 35–36, 44, 78–80, 85, 95, 152, 154, 160, 164, 184, 204, 207, 213, 216–17, 259–60, 284, 287, 333, 348–62, 368, 380, 423, 430–31, 452, 454, 456, 465–67, 474, 477, 508, 510–11, 523, 525–30, 532–34, 557, 564, 573, 600–03, 608–10, 612–13, 620–21, 650, 666–67, 671, 677, 682, 704, 726, 734–36, 738, 743–44, 746–47, 752
holographs, 38, 79, 145, 155, 350, 357–58, 452, 458, 466
letters to:
George Abbot, archbishop of Canterbury, 573
Sir Dudley Carleton, 357–58
Robert Carr, earl of Somerset, 350, 356, 501, 529–32, 547, 568, 722
Anne Cokayne (née Stanhope), 682
Sir Robert Cotton, 466, 481
Anne Donne (née More), 360, 456–57, 472–73, 477
Sir Thomas Egerton, Lord Keeper, 358, 448, 452, 465–66, 470–71
George Garrard, 15–16, 349, 355–56, 511, 514, 682–83, 706
Martha Garrard, 349
Elizabeth Hastings (née Stanley), countess of Huntingdon, 721
James Hay, viscount Doncaster and first earl of Carlisle, 722
Edward Herbert, first baron Herbert of Cherbury, 155, 752
Magdalen Herbert (née Newport), 349, 755
James VI and I, 258
Sir Robert Ker, 14, 27, 155, 197, 204, 287, 350, 355, 357, 531–32, 535, 548, 568–69, 667, 705–07, 732–34, 738, 752
Bridget Kingsmill (née White), 357, 682
Sir George More, 38, 145, 358, 452, 458, 467, 473–75, 535, 551
Sir Robert More, 358, 360, 510, 534–35, 547–48
Lucy Russell (née Harington), countess of Bedford, 349, 682
Susan Herbert (née Vere), countess of Montgomery, 38, 600–01, 682
Sir Toby Matthew, 353–54, 514
Elizabeth Donne (née Heywood; Syminges, Rainsford), 355, 383, 408, 535–36, 682
George Villiers, duke of Buckingham, 79, 350, 465, 602
Sir Henry Wotton, 211, 358, 467, 570
letters written for:
Anne Drury (née Bacon), 355
Sir Robert Drury, 355
Sir Thomas Egerton, 355, 452, 466
Sir Henry Goodere, 355
problematic addresses of, 14, 78–79, 164, 211, 304, 350, 355, 431
problematic dates of, 14–15, 73, 76, 78–79, 136, 164, 258, 355, 459, 506, 509–13, 601
problematic texts of, 78–79, 349–50, 355, 357
‘accommodation’ in, 320, 325, 327, 329–30, 332, 342, 346
conversion in, 319–21, 325, 327–29, 336, 346, 563
Council of Trent in, 324, 326
holograph corrections of, 36, 63, 332–33
influence of Augustine, 320–22, 324, 326–27, 329–30, 332–33, 335, 340–42
influence of Calvin, 320, 329, 335, 614
influence of Erasmus, 320–27, 331, 333, 335, 342
‘nearnesse’ in, 320–21, 327–28, 336, 345–46
predestination in, 335–36, 346
Writings.See also Index 4: Individual works discussed
and English Reformation, 5, 219–20, 229, 236, 311, 320, 324, 328–29, 614, 644, 666, 669, 673, 675, 677, 680. See also DONNE, Biography, and English Reformation
and Spain, 114–15, 139, 142–43, 213, 428, 465
attribution, problems of, 20, 39, 41, 44–45, 50–52, 173–75, 220, 414–19, 472
authorial revisions in, 23–24, 50–53, 60, 75
Calvinism mentioned in, 251
compression in, 106–107, 110, 115, 127, 167, 175, 178
coteries of, 4, 9, 15, 26, 37, 128, 145, 150–53, 181, 191–92, 195, 206, 214, 244, 246, 289, 672, 687, 706, 725
Council of Trent in, 260, 262, 324, 326, 367, 522, 624, 666–67, 744
decorum in, 5, 109, 231, 273–74, 277, 289, 301, 327, 332–33, 342, 384, 401
dialogic writings, 103–04, 124–25, 130, 160, 171, 242, 272, 313, 360, 655, 739, 744, 751, 754–55
‘Dubia’, 21, 52, 175–77 (p. 820)
‘emergent occasions’ of, 201–202, 206–07, 213, 314–15, 344, 693, 695–96, 700, 702, 703. See also DONNE, Writings, occasional
‘fresh invention’ of, 2, 107, 112, 117, 121, 134, 148, 189, 201, 205–06, 228, 283–84, 709–10
harshness of, 128, 147, 173, 188, 210, 217, 235, 661–62, 683, 698, 707, 710, 715, 735–37
holographs, 16, 20, 34, 36, 38, 51, 56, 58, 62–63, 79, 87, 141, 155, 195, 207, 214, 217, 222, 332, 348, 357–58, 465–66, 506, 512, 518, 732
humanism in, 102, 127, 136, 142, 145, 151, 163, 165–67, 250, 260, 279, 283, 320–21, 327, 350, 360, 419–21, 423
innovation in, 102–03, 106, 111, 136, 138, 145, 147, 156, 163, 167, 170, 185, 237, 277, 286–87, 297, 302, 311–15, 497, 662, 710, 721, 747
irenicism in, 100, 227–28, 230, 250, 260, 294, 311, 331, 527, 644–45
‘Juvenilia’, 36, 72–73, 151, 176
libels, 495, 537–38
literary personae of, 82, 124, 128, 130–32, 137–40, 143–48, 219, 223–25, 231–32, 250, 305, 466, 555, 604, 613, 684, 704, 710, 712, 738, 748–50
Neoplatonism in, 192, 649
obscurity of, 21, 26, 106, 122, 125, 132, 138, 152, 160, 164, 185, 205, 207, 214, 219, 228, 236, 239, 245, 247, 262–63, 268, 278, 289, 307, 320, 339, 341–43, 346, 419, 500, 642, 655, 661, 700, 707, 715, 737–38
on idolatry, 223, 226, 231, 339, 651, 687
on predestination, 139, 143, 168, 226, 292–93, 335–36, 346, 370, 535–36, 612, 614, 642–45, 650, 653, 667–68, 699, 701
on Purgatory, 170, 326, 329, 512, 655–56
Ovidian style in, 22, 106, 135, 138, 142, 144, 161–62, 187, 192, 207, 287, 688, 739
pastoral and non-pastoral poetry, 103, 273–74, 277, 282, 305
Petrarchism in, 104, 106, 115, 139, 188, 192, 200, 207, 218–19, 227–30, 232, 350–51, 688
and anti-Petrarchism, 104, 106, 115, 146–47, 161, 188, 192, 200, 231, 683. See also, DONNE, Writings, Ovidian style
Platonism in, 15–16, 177, 295, 711, 730
sacraments and the sacred in, 82, 104, 192, 218–19, 221, 223, 229, 231–32, 269, 281, 293, 324–25, 329–30, 340–41, 356, 586, 615, 691, 721, 727, 739, 745
saints and canonization in, 171, 192–93, 210, 217, 223, 229, 232, 235, 274, 293, 301–02, 346, 408, 535, 653, 657, 705
scepticism in, 102, 127, 151, 167, 177, 246, 250, 259–62, 271–72, 274, 282, 583, 675–76
scholasticism, 14, 71, 165, 167, 191, 219, 257, 269, 271, 297, 320, 735
and anti-scholasticism, 167
seals in, 22–23, 144, 317, 341, 354, 361, 560, 733
treason and traitors in, 109, 114, 129, 140, 152, 167, 245, 260–61, 494, 534, 745–46, 748
typology in, 113–14, 170, 240, 330–31, 338, 688, 697
versification, 6, 15, 20, 103, 132, 211, 224, 662, 685, 708–13, 716. See also DONNE, Writings, metre
Ecclesiastical courts, 448, 474, 494, 498, 516
Court of Arches, 498
Court of Audience, 473–75
Court of High Commission, 448, 474–75, 612
Ecumenism, 230, 261, 485, 639, 666–67
Edict of Nantes, 169–486
Elizabethan Settlement, 371–74, 398, 402, 409, 484
Epicedes and Obsequies, 224, 274–75, 277–79, 288, 293. See also DONNE, Genres, Epicedes and Obsequies
Epitaphs and Inscriptions, 20, 105, 107–08, 183, 209, 538, 612, 646, 651, 709. See also DONNE, Genres, Epitaphs and Inscriptions
Epithalamions, 22, 163, 298–301. See also DONNE, Genres, Epithalamions
Exegesis, 41, 321, 331. See also DONNE, Writings, exegesis in
Fabliau, 116–17
(p. 822) Forced Loan, 626–29, 698, 700
Galli, 119
Gallicanism, 252, 367, 489, 500, 503, 510, 521
Gallus, Gaius Cornelius, 135
Genera mixta (or mista), 279
Gentleman volunteers, 249, 366, 424–26, 430–31, 440–42, 445–47, 590, 592, 618
Good Friday, 237, 240, 562–65
‘Great Contract’, 540, 566
Greek Anthology, 107–08, 115–17, 419–20
‘Greek’ epigram, 110, 115
Habsburgs, 573, 592–93, 595, 597–98, 606, 617, 619, 623
Hagiography, 193, 378, 668
Handbooks, 1–6, 40, 88, 180, 186, 196, 321
Idolatry, 231, 376, 524, 588, 591, 651, 664, 676. See also DONNE, Writings, on idolatry
Il Moro (Ellis Heywood), 390–91
Inns of Chancery, 404, 422, 579
Thavies Inn, 404, 421–23, 451
Irenicism, 321, 331, 369, 390, 421, 491, 592, 616. See also DONNE, Writings, irenicism in
Irish expedition of Essex, 435, 440, 445–46, 449, 464, 468–69, 483
John Donne Journal, 2, 40, 89–92, 94, 605
John Donne Society, 2, 89–92, 94
Law courts
Chancery, Court of, 404, 422, 448, 450, 452, 455, 532, 579
Common Pleas, Court of, 475, 489
King's Bench, 576
Queen's Bench, 388
Star Chamber, 151, 248, 448, 492, 520
Lenten preaching, 555, 562–64, 601, 612. See also DONNE, Biography, Lenten preaching
Manicheans, 330
Miscellanies, verse or prose, 28, 34, 36–37, 39, 41, 44, 48, 69, 101, 181–84, 188, 203, 205, 414–15, 418–20
Misinterpretation, 14, 21, 25, 27, 58, 155, 165, 193, 204–05, 271, 356, 389, 637–38, 679, 732, 744, 746, 752–55
Missionary priests, 107, 366, 376–78, 398, 409–13, 486, 630
Nearness, 152, 320–21, 327, 336, 345, 347, 389
Neoplatonism, 146, 167, 192, 649. See also DONNE: Writings, Neoplatonism in
New Criticism, 85, 194–95, 670, 755
Numerology, 163
Oath of Allegiance, 5–6, 250, 252–53, 255–56, 258, 367, 486–87, 493, 498, 501, 506–08, 521–22, 567, 591. See also Parliaments, Jacobean
controversy concerning, 5–6, 12, 67–68, 169, 249–63, 367, 380, 489, 491–94, 498–505, 522, 548, 558, 591, 666, 669, 754
Oath of Supremacy, see Act (and Oath) of Supremacy
Oath of Uniformity, see Act of Uniformity
Occasional writing, 17, 32, 184, 186–87, 208, 278, 308, 310, 325–26, 628. See also DONNE, Writings, occasional
Ordination, 411, 569. See also DONNE, Biography, ordination
Papacy, 127, 166, 169–72, 174, 193, 249, 252, 254–55, 336, 339, 344, 367, 372, 374–76, 379, 390–91, 394, 403, 484–86, 489, 492–94, 507, 516, 561, 589–91, 596, 599, 606, 621, 624–26, 630, 651, 655, 701. See also, Catholicism, Roman, and anti-Catholicism; DONNE, Catholicism, and anti-Catholicism; DONNE, papacy
of Adrian VI (Boeyens), 260
of Clement VIII (Aldobrandini), 486
of Gregory XIII (Buoncompagni), 142, 409, 675
of Paul III (Farnese), 171
of Paul IV (Carafa), 390–91
of Paul V (Borghese), 169, 261, 501–02, 596
of Paul VI (Montini), 372
of Pius V (Ghislieri), 372
power to excommunicate and depose, 109, 169, 250–51, 254, 367, 372, 486–87, 501–03, 590–91, 674
thought antichristian, 373, 487–88, 491, 504, 591, 624–25
(p. 824) Parlement of Paris, 503
Parody, 31, 219, 246. See also DONNE, Writings, parody in
Pasquil, 105, 160, 169, 171, 179, 253, 262, 287–88
Pastoral and non-pastoral poetry, 283, 558. See also DONNE, Writings, pastoral and non-pastoral poetry
Pastoral care, 322, 402, 564, 578, 611. See also DONNE, Biography, pastoral care
Pelagians, 330
Performance, 150, 159, 183, 186, 280, 387, 405, 481, 516, 538, 665, 683, 755. See also DONNE, Writings, and performance
Platonism, 110, 177, 697
Portraits and portraiture, 109, 262, 503, 514, 525. See also DONNE, Biography, portraits of
Preferment. See Patronage and preferment
Problems, 242–44, 454. See also DONNE, Genres, Problems
Prosody. See Versification
‘Public sphere’, 4, 294, 538, 699
Ratio studiorum, 107, 419
Reception, 6, 35, 66, 122, 687. See also DONNE, Writings, reception
Reformation, Catholic, 219, 323–24, 373, 375, 390, 395, 624
Reformation, continental, 170, 219, 252, 374–76, 395, 594–95, 599
Revisionism, 106, 375, 378, 380, 671, 726
Royal prerogative, 245, 261, 296, 448, 540, 557, 567, 617, 627–30, 636–38, 691, 693–97, 699–703
Saints and canonization, 162, 171, 250, 390, 492, 504, 644, 655, 668, 721, 734, 739. See also DONNE, Writings, saints and canonization in
Satires, formal verse, 20, 45, 122–33, 161, 179, 187, 207–09, 454, 711, 744, 748. See also DONNE, Genres, Satires, formal verse
Scholasticism, 167, 253, 322, 402. See also DONNE, Writings, scholasticism in
and anti-scholasticism in, 167, 322, 420. See also DONNE, Writings, anti-scholasticism in
Separatism, religious, 271, 323, 331, 615, 651–53
Septuagint, 334. See also Bible; Bibles
Sonnet sequences, 183–84, 188, 223, 231. See also DONNE, Genres, Religious Sonnets
Spanish Inquisition, 665
Spider and the Flie, 388–90
St Bartholomew massacre, 377
Star Chamber, 151, 248, 448, 492, 520
(p. 826) Stemmas, 51, 53, 58, 60, 61, 131, 141, 222
Supremacy, Act (and Oath) of, see Act
Textual bibliography, 2, 3, 10–25, 35, 37, 42, 43–80, 82–85, 92, 101, 141, 195, 210, 220–22, 719. See also Variants, textual; Copy-texts
Thirty-nine Articles, 331, 374, 398, 411, 621
Thirty Years War, 230, 249, 572, 633
Toleration, religious, 169, 255, 326, 367–68, 381, 387, 410, 421, 480, 484–86, 488, 494, 496, 501–02, 506, 509, 518–20, 522, 536, 584–85, 591, 599, 617, 622–23, 625, 627, 631
Torture for religion, 114, 129, 167, 255, 344, 377–78, 410, 673, 747–48, 750
‘Tottel's Miscellany’, 101, 183
Transmission of manuscripts, see Manuscripts; DONNE, Writings, holographs; manuscripts
Travel and travellers, 37, 61, 86, 94, 123, 172, 175, 397–98, 406–07, 414, 420–21, 424–46, 480, 506, 657. See also DONNE, Biography, travels
Treason and traitors, 39, 161, 245, 255, 376, 381, 386, 390, 410, 446, 461, 469, 473, 481, 496, 503, 507, 516, 520, 552, 590, 593–94, 664, 699, 745. See also DONNE, Writings, treason and traitors in
Trent, see Council of Trent
Tyburn, 146, 386, 516
Typology, 77, 331. See also DONNE, Writings, typology in
Uniformity, Act of, see Act
Utopia, 153–55, 159, 176, 386, 636
Verse letters, 39, 467. See also DONNE, Genres, Verse Letters
Verse miscellanies, 28, 34, 37, 39, 41, 48, 183–84, 188. See also Manuscripts; ‘Tottel's Miscellany’
Versification, 82, 132, 288, 708, 716. See also ; Metre; DONNE, versification; DONNE, metre
Vulgate, 174, 320, 327, 334, 603