Show Summary Details

Page of

PRINTED FROM OXFORD HANDBOOKS ONLINE (www.oxfordhandbooks.com). © Oxford University Press, 2018. All Rights Reserved. Under the terms of the licence agreement, an individual user may print out a PDF of a single chapter of a title in Oxford Handbooks Online for personal use (for details see Privacy Policy and Legal Notice).

date: 17 February 2020

(p. 739) Index

(p. 739) Index

Abbotsford 737
Aberdeen 95, 517, 518, 664
Aberystwyth 95
abolitionism, see slavery
Abrahams, Roger 384
Abrams, M. H. 93–4, 342, 569, 582, 592
absenteeism 13
Ackermann, Rudolph (publisher) 80, 489, 641
Ackroyd, Peter 652
Act for the Abolition of the Slave Trade (1807) 55–6, 95, 100, 731
Act of Settlement (1701) 16
Act of Union (1707) 28, 112, 115
Acts of Union (1800) 46, 50–1, 52, 95, 97, 138, 144, 149, 381
Adair, James 735
Adams, John 359
Addington, Henry 47, 656
Addison, Joseph 469, 471, 670
‘Account of the Greatest English Poets’ 22
Remarks on Several Parts of Italy 709
Taste and the Pleasures of the Imagination’ 16, 19, 20, 21, 22, 662
Thoughts of a Tory Author 468
See also The Spectator
Address of Certain Authors of Great Britain 733
Adelphi Theatre 260, 261, 726, 727
Adolphus, John
Memoirs of John Bannister 257, 260
advertising, see book trade
Aeolean harp 569–71
Aeschylus
The Persians 672
Aesop
Fables 196, 227
aesthetics 27, 137, 290, 311, 331, 580, 583, 592, 595, 598, 599, 604, 605, 606, 609, 611, 644, 650, 662, 696, 699
Africa 26, 56, 91, 209, 290, 538, 683, 730, 735
Agha, Asif 524
Aikin, Arthur 357
Aikin, Charles 357
Aikin, John 356, 357–9
Biographical Memoirs of Medicine 358, 359
‘The Cost of a War’ 224
Essay on the Application of Natural History to Poetry 357
Essays on Song-Writing 567, 646, 647, 664–5
Evenings at Home 224, 225, 358
General Biography 226
Specimen of the Medical Biography of Great Britain 358–9
Aikin, Lucy (Mary Godolphin)
Books in Words of One Syllable 213
Ainsworth, William Harrison 199
Akenside, Mark 22, 605, 635
Hymn to the Naiads 664
The Pleasures of Imagination 21–2
Albania 62, 685, 686
Alderson, Amelia 424
Alexander I, Tsar 61
Alfieri, Vittorio 553, 705
Alfoxden 123, 408, 429, 493, 498
Alfred, King 53, 113, 377
Aliens Act (1793), see repressive legislation
Allan, David 485
allegory 67, 149, 166, 562–8, 573, 670, 680, 687, 689
political 16, 57, 682, 687
romantic 49, 670
seditious 537
sublime 564–5
and symbol 268–70, 568, 575
Allen, Ralph 422
Allott, Miriam 390, 399
Allston, Washington 588, 726
(p. 740) allusion 13, 170, 199, 269, 291, 330, 441, 507, 551, 567, 661, 684, 697
intertextual 99, 145, 170, 277, 349, 405, 407, 409, 414, 507, 551, 678
self-citation 393
almanac 37, 64, 420, 645
Almeida, Hermione de 356
Alps 130, 708, 711, 713, 714, 715, 716
America, Central 76, 724
America, South 76, 146, 290, 497
America, United States of 82, 94, 110, 208, 219, 245, 285–6, 315, 344, 355, 359, 452, 524, 723–38
book trade in 728, 731–4
constitutional debate in 31, 32
Declaration of Independence 266, 359
emigration to 37, 38, 126, 135, 147, 238, 361, 423, 429, 728–9
literary exchange with Britain 384, 385, 559–60, 737–8
and Madoc legend 57, 125–6, 377, 498, 729
and Native Americans 81, 734–7
and slavery 100, 725, 730–1
War of Independence 31, 95, 100, 123, 359–60, 534, 535, 724, 727
War of 1812 61, 63, 724, 732
Amiens, Peace of 46, 633
amor patriae (love of country) 93, 100, 102, 103, 104
Amyot, Thomas 426
anachronism 65, 171, 670, 671, 700, 727
Anacreon 149, 384
Analytical Review 444, 445, 636
anatomy 328, 355, 357, 362, 363, 504
Anatomy Act (1815) 342
Ancient British Fencibles 129
Ancient Britons 38, 127, 134
Anderson, James
The Bee 37
Anderson, Robert (publisher)
Complete Edition of the Poets of Great Britain 453–4, 455, 456
anecdote 22, 137, 196, 327, 492, 638, 710, 712, 737
Anglesey 132, 134
Anglicanism 23, 32, 68, 133, 241, 322, 426, 541
Anglophilia 719
Anglo-Saxon language 184, 519, 520
Annals of the Fine Arts 626
Anne, Queen 366
annotation 367, 368, 376, 377, 646, 682. See also paratext
annuals 78, 80–1, 638–40
The Amulet 168
Fisher’s Drawing Room Scrap-Book 81, 638–9, 641
Forget-Me-Not 80
Friendship’s Offering 507, 640
Heath’s Book of Beauty 81
The Keepsake 80, 81, 168, 638, 639
The Literary Souvenir 639
See also gift-books
anonymity 86, 233, 234, 245, 319, 355, 365, 540, 729
and celebrity 77–8, 464–77
in drama 500
in fiction 77, 85, 468, 469, 476
in poetry 77, 176, 177, 183, 468, 469, 551, 673
in political publication 36, 51
of reviewers 78, 179, 182, 192, 281, 288, 292, 475, 612
in song 649
anthology 26, 80, 189, 196, 404, 452–4, 496, 533, 553, 569, 645, 654
anthropology 289, 375
antiquarianism 24–8, 199, 453, 459, 484, 497, 626, 633, 645, 646
German 664
Irish 40, 143, 147
and minstrelsy 376–7, 380, 384
Scottish 37, 112, 114, 115, 118
Welsh 127, 132, 134
Anti-Jacobin, or Weekly Examiner 41, 282, 292, 367, 502, 504, 696
Anti-Jacobin Review and Magazine 41, 53, 227, 269, 281, 353, 495, 496, 497, 634, 696
Antrim, County 147
aphorism 125
apocalypse 54, 201
apostrophe 102, 311, 673
Apuleius
The Golden Ass 670
Arabian Nights’ Entertainment 687
archaeology 134
archaism 378, 380, 390, 520
archipelagic approach 94, 124
architecture 16, 22, 69, 543, 661, 666, 667
ariette 651
Ariosto, Ludovico 549, 705
aristocracy 33, 83, 173, 580
Aristophanes 291
Aristotle 268, 273, 328, 364
Arne, Thomas
Love in a Village 457, 458, 459
Arnold, Matthew 59, 369
‘Stanzas from the Grande Chartreuse’ 717
Arnold, Samuel
The Maid of the Mill 457
art for art’s sake 697
Arthur, King 24
Asia 56, 91, 201, 385, 555, 677
Asiatic Journal and Monthly Register 687
Asiatic Society of Bengal 678
assemblage 241, 244, 246
assembly rooms 252, 543, 666
Association for the Preservation of Liberty and Property 35
associationism 290, 320, 322, 324, 333, 598, 599, 692
Astley’s Amphitheatre 252, 255, 261
astronomy 487, 504, 543
asylum, lunatic 82, 411, 413
atheism 248, 312, 495, 598, 599
Athenaeum (English periodical) 358, 500
Athenaeum (German periodical) 693
Athens 91, 142, 145, 362, 402, 524, 668, 673
Atkinson, Joseph
Killarney 147
Attorney General 441–2
Aubin, Penelope
The Noble Slaves 30
Audubon, John James
Birds of America 733
Augustine, Saint 318, 361
Confessions 319
Austen, Cassandra 292, 421
Austen, Jane 46, 65, 198, 199, 200, 202, 209, 416, 505
as letter-writer 314, 421
and parody 214, 409–11, 487–8
and her publishers 283, 472, 484
translations of 719
Works
Catharine, or the Bower 409
Lesley Castle 409
Love and Freindship 409
Mansfield Park 56, 411, 472, 484, 488, 719
Northanger Abbey 214, 215, 392, 410, 411, 472, 487–8
Persuasion 63–5, 338, 392, 411, 472, 635
Pride and Prejudice 47, 64, 283, 314, 472, 487, 719
Sanditon 487
Sense and Sensibility 209, 410, 411, 472, 488
Austin, Gilbert 532
Australia 56, 95, 238, 724, 728
Austria 46, 553, 701, 703, 717
authenticity 25, 27, 74, 82, 83, 85, 111, 127, 143, 163, 271, 375, 377, 393, 497, 595, 600, 647, 664, 669, 738
autobiography 118–19, 199, 200, 237, 315, 318, 323, 324, 551–2, 557, 715
epic 45, 208
history of term 320
physician 360
spiritual 315, 361
autonomy, aesthetic 592, 598, 604, 606, 697–8, 705
autotelism 605, 606
Avellaneda, Gertrudis Gómez de 193
Awsiter, John
Essay on the Effects of Opium 350
Ayrshire 86, 108
Babbitt, Irving 327
Bacon, Francis 328, 530
Bage, Robert
Hermsprong 296
Bagster, Samuel (publisher)
Poets of Great Britain 454
Baillie, Joanna 356, 362–4
on sympathetic curiosity 306, 363
(p. 742)
Works
A Collection of Poems 496
Count Basil 363
De Monfort 306, 363, 364
The Election 363
Plays on the Passions 208, 272, 306, 363, 364, 719
‘Introductory Discourse’ 272, 306, 363, 364
Poems … of Nature and Rustic Manners 362
The Tryal 363
Baillie, John
Essay on the Sublime 19
Baillie, Matthew 356, 362, 364
Morbid Anatomy of … the Human Body 362, 363
Bainbridge, Simon 716
Bakhtin, Mikhail 190, 416
ballad 114, 129, 148, 189, 192, 208, 212, 270, 376, 412, 472, 524, 566, 643, 655, 664
Border 114, 116
broadside 652
collecting 115, 151, 377, 380, 453, 645, 646
German 694
imitation 26, 116, 409, 584, 647
medieval 16, 26, 646
Scottish 115, 378, 380, 646, 647
ballad opera 652
Ballantine, John 174
Ballantynes (publisher) 116
Novelist's Library 193, 194
ballet 644
Ballycarry 147, 665
Bampfylde, John 24
Bancroft, George
History of the United States 362
Banim, John 146
The Anglo-Irish of the Nineteenth Century 147
The Boyne Water 147
The Croppy; A Tale of 1798 147
The Nowlans 147
Revelations of the Dead-Alive 85
Tales of the O’Hara Family 147
Banim, Michael 147
Bank of England 76
Bank of Ireland 142
Banks, Joseph 626
Bannister, Charles 253, 257
Bannockburn, Battle of 648
Bantry Bay 40
Baptists 37, 121, 123, 226, 290, 427, 541
Barbauld, Anna Laetitia 35–6, 128, 160, 219, 357, 407, 609
British Novelists 192, 193, 461, 462
Eighteen Hundred and Eleven 50, 565
Evenings at Home 224, 225, 358
Hymns in Prose for Children 213, 221, 222, 223
‘The Mouse’s Petition’ 337
‘On the Origin and Progress of Novel Writing’ 212, 462
Sins of the Government, Sins of the Nation 36
Barchas, Janine 366
bard 16, 22, 26, 38, 49, 52, 114, 117, 125, 181, 374, 375, 378, 413, 529, 653, 663
English 114, 164, 269, 286, 292, 390, 668, 669
Gaelic 25, 111, 147, 196, 377, 735
Irish 52, 380, 654
Scottish 107, 116–17, 174, 374, 647, 654
Ulster-Scots 655
Welsh 24, 25, 26, 38, 125, 126, 127, 128, 130, 131, 132, 134, 135, 381, 453, 631, 632, 651, 654, 677
See also minstrelsy
Barker, Anna 734
Barker, Henry Aston 75
Barker, Mary 450
Barker, Robert 625
Barrell, John 39, 238, 303
Barrett, E. S.
The Heroine 410
Barrett-Browning, Elizabeth 344
Barrow, John 282, 290
Bartholomew Fair 545
Bartram, William 723, 735
Bassnett, Susan 556
Bastille, Fall of the 99, 162, 240
theatrical representation of 255
Bate, Jonathan 406, 407, 414
Bate, Walter Jackson 405
Battle of the Books 375
Baudry (publisher)
Librairie européenne 720
Beattie, James 107, 108, 602
Dissertations Moral and Critical 20
The Minstrel 109, 376, 383
Scoticisms, Arranged in Alphabetical Order 518
Beauclerc, Amelia
Disorder and Order 523
Beaumont, Francis 450
Beaumont, George 612, 627, 628, 637
beautiful 331, 614, 682, 697
and sublime 19, 337, 587, 595, 662
Beckford, William
Vathek 214
Beddoes, Thomas 45, 122, 290, 329, 344, 345, 346, 347, 353
Notice of Some Observations 348
Beddoes, Thomas Lovell 161, 167, 170–2, 407
The Brides’ Tragedy 170
Death’s Jest-Book 171
The Improvisatore 170
‘Lines Written in Switzerland’ 171
Bedford, Grosvenor Charles 498
Behn, Aphra 195, 456
Agnes de Castro 460
Oroonoko 460
Belchem, John 536
Belcher, James (printer) 245
Belfast 37, 147, 259
Belfast Harp Festival 653
Bell, John (publisher) 486
‘British Library’ imprint 451
British Theatre 452, 456, 457, 458
New Pantheon; or, Historical Dictionary 572
Poets of Great Britain 452, 453, 454, 456
Shakespeare 453
Bellamy, George Anne
Apology for the Life of George Anne Bellamy [link]
belles lettres 30, 31, 111, 453, 592, 612
Belzoni, Giovanni 627
Bengal 61, 62, 677, 678, 679
Benjamin, Walter 84, 384, 550
Bennett, Andrew 165
Bennett, Betty T. 48
Bentham, Jeremy 719
Fragment on Government 295
Bentley, Richard (classicist and theologian)
The Folly of Atheism 312
Bentley, Richard (publisher)
Standard Novels 191, 193, 733
Berkshire 83
Bermuda 384
Berquin, Arnaud
The Looking-Glass for the Mind 226
Berry, Neil 285
Betty, William Henry West (Master Betty) 259, 260, 262
Bevis, Matthew 17
bibliomania 119, 446, 482
bibliophobia 501, 502, 503, 504
Biblioteca italiana 556, 702
Bibliothèque britannique 719
Bibliothèque universelle 719
Bickerstaff, Isaac
The Maid of the Mill 457
Bildungsreise 695
Bildungsroman 199
Binder, Guyora 294
Bindman, David 633
biography 194, 200, 226, 335, 343, 358, 359, 431, 455, 487, 488
Birkbeck, Morris 728
Birmingham 245, 365, 592
Birmingham Riots 35, 240, 241–2
Black, John 699
Black Dwarf, see Wooler, Thomas
blackface 385–6
Blackmore, Richard
Advice to the Poets 16
Blackstone, Sir William
Commentaries on the Laws of England 295
Blackwell, Thomas
Enquiry into the Life and Writings of Homer 664
Letters Concerning Mythology 664
Blackwood, William (publisher) 473, 733
Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 60, 79, 81, 84, 85, 87, 116, 118, 182, 195, 280, 281, 293, 364, 367, 409, 473, 475, 476, 664, 699, 701, 705, 725
(p. 744) Blair, Hugh 516, 662
Critical Dissertation on the Poems of Ossian 25, 111, 663, 735
Blair, Robert 630
Blake, Catherine 390
Blake, Norman 513
Blake, William 164, 173, 185, 206, 379, 395, 597, 636, 667
and antiquarianism 27–8
as book illustrator 213, 226, 630–2, 652
and children’s literature 213, 222–3, 226
illuminated books of 27, 38, 243, 390, 396, 628
influences on 27–8, 125, 222–3, 565, 631, 634, 652
and music 651–2
paintings of 127, 568
and slavery 730
trial for sedition 236
use of allegory 564–5, 568
and vision 130, 333, 569, 575, 596
Works
America: A Prophecy 243
The Ancient Britons 127
The Ancient of Days 630
‘Auguries of Innocence’ 590
The Bard, from Gray 630–2
The Book of Urizen 38, 65, 596
‘A Cradle Song’ 223
Descriptive Catalogue 127, 631
Europe: A Prophecy 630
The Four Zoas 564
The French Revolution 38
Jerusalem 45, 207, 562
‘The Little Black Boy’ 730
The Marriage of Heaven and Hell 38, 208, 243, 341, 596
Milton 33, 45, 175, 236, 564, 569
Poetical Sketches 631
‘Public Address’ 500
Songs of Innocence and Experience 207, 222–4, 392, 583, 628–30, 651–2, 730
The Spiritual Form of Nelson guiding Leviathan 568
The Spiritual Form of Pitt guiding Behemoth 568
‘The Tyger’ 583
A Vision of the Last Judgment 564
Visions of the Daughters of Albion 65, 730
Blanchard, Laman 473
blank verse 68, 162, 163, 171, 176, 411, 504, 506, 559, 560, 704, 736
blasphemy 70, 233, 234, 236, 238, 246, 247, 300, 303, 304
Blessington, Lady 714
Blomfield, Charles J. 290
Bloom, Harold 400, 405, 414, 713
Bloomfield, George 181
Bloomfield, Nathaniel 181
Bloomfield, Robert 52, 181
The Farmer’s Boy 45, 177–8, 179, 472
Nature’s Music 569
Rural Tales, Ballads, and Songs 472
Boccaccio, Giovanni 81, 504, 550, 638
Decameron 446
Il Teseida delle nozze d’Emilia 554
Bode, Christoph 693
Bodichon, Barbara Leigh Smith 205
Boehme, Jakob 504
Bolingbroke, Henry St John, Viscount 16
Bolter, Jay David 373
Bonaparte, Napoleon 48, 59, 60–1, 166, 214, 691
coup d’état of 1799 46
escape from Elba 46, 57, 60, 166
exile on St Helena 46
Hazlitt’s biography of 379
import ban on English literature 719
literary responses to 49, 50, 57, 77, 681, 714, 716
as ‘master spirit of the age’ 46
persecution of Madame de Staël 77, 699
Scott’s biography of 46
visual caricature of 633–4, 716
and Waterloo 46, 49, 55, 56, 59, 60, 61, 64, 67, 73, 166, 507, 637, 713, 716
Bonnell, Thomas 452
Bonstetten, Charles-Victor de 718
book clubs 446, 484, 488, 542
book illustration 81, 189, 191, 192, 451, 625, 629–31, 636, 637–9, 652, 667
book societies 483, 484, 487, 731
(p. 745) book trade 38, 76, 80, 85–6, 117, 167–9, 173, 174, 189–201, 282–3, 288, 356, 438, 439–40, 441, 450–2, 461–2, 470, 475–6, 479, 492, 502, 631, 637–8, 640, 645, 652, 684, 710, 720
advertising 80, 190–2, 197, 281, 375, 377, 392, 439, 445, 450–2, 456, 461, 484, 496, 532, 568
American 728, 731–4
children’s 226–7
Continental 708, 720–1
Irish 141
Scottish 117, 247, 450, 451, 453
booksellers 38, 80, 115, 128, 191–2, 226, 451, 252, 281, 439, 450, 453, 455, 462, 479, 486, 489–90, 491, 502, 707, 708, 732
Boozey, Thomas (bookseller) 486
Borders, Scottish–English 47, 52, 108, 114–16, 195, 296, 376, 378, 383, 453, 496, 520, 647
Borlase, William 134
Boston Tea Party 735
Boswell, James 17, 108, 318, 663, 710
Life of Johnson 319, 663
Bosworth, Joseph
Elements of Anglo-Saxon Grammar 519–20, 524
Bosworth Field, Battle of 505
botany 355, 356, 365–7, 504
Bourne, Hugh 541
Bowdler, Harriet 125
Bowles, William Lisle 24
Coombe Ellen 484
Fourteen Sonnets 712
The Invariable Principles of Poetry 267–8
‘Song of the American Indian’ 736
Boyd, Henry 558
Boydell, John (publisher)
Shakespeare Gallery 626, 636
Bradshaw, Michael 407
Braham, John 651
Braudy, Leo 465–6
Breme, Ludovico di 704
Brewer, John 438, 439
Briggs, Peter 318
Brissot, Jacques-Pierre 30, 712
Bristol 28, 41, 60, 113, 121, 122–6, 129, 175, 176, 250, 254, 329, 344, 346, 377, 497, 502, 608, 612, 613, 615
British Convention 37
British Critic 48, 60, 281
British Empire 42, 50, 52, 56, 61–2, 66, 69, 202, 208, 243, 253, 256, 653, 655, 679, 682, 684, 724, 731. See also imperialism
British Institution for Promoting the Fine Arts 626
British Magazine 612
British Museum 626, 627, 638
British Review 144, 281
Britishness 22, 28, 51, 96, 121, 452
Brittany 134
Broadhead, Alex 514, 517, 519, 522, 525
Brock, Claire 466
Brontë, Charlotte
Jane Eyre 64
Brooke, Charlotte
Reliques of Irish Poetry 40
Brothers, Richard 541
Brougham, Henry 179–80, 237, 282, 283, 286, 290
Brown, Charles Brockden 733
Arthur Mervyn 362
Brown, John 329
Elements of Medicine 344
Brown, Marshall 14
Browning, Robert 68, 160, 714
Brummel, Beau 70
Bryant, Jacob
New System, or Analysis of Ancient Mythology 572, 670
Buchan, Earl of 34, 39
Buchan, William 350
Domestic Medicine 343, 344
Bucholtz, Mary 523
Buenos Ayres 497
Bullock, William 626
Bulwer-Lytton, Edward 199, 474
Paul Clifford 198
Pelham 84
(p. 746) Bunting, Edward 653, 654
Bunyan, John
Pilgrim’s Progress 420, 564
Bürger, Gottfried August 694
Burges, James Bland 42
Richard Coeur de Lion 42
Burgess, Anthony 159
Burgh, James 532
Burke, Edmund 17, 36, 42, 406, 599, 604, 713
as Irishman 33
literary influence of 406, 529, 530, 534, 595, 596, 604
as orator 530, 533, 534–5, 536, 537
and Paine 28, 33, 593
Works
Philosophical Enquiry into … the Sublime and Beautiful 19, 25, 89, 207, 565, 587, 595–6, 662, 711
Reflections on the Revolution in France 28, 32, 34, 123, 142–3, 173, 211, 442, 593–5, 663
burlesque 400, 409, 411
burletta 261
Burlington, Lord 666
Burney, Charles 176–7, 184, 290
Burney, Frances 46, 194, 199, 498
Burnham, Dorothy 492
Burns, Robert 37, 38, 52, 106, 107–8, 185, 290, 453, 468, 520, 644, 655, 719
epistles 107–8, 170, 174
as national bard 653, 654
poetic responses to 55, 106–7, 147, 186, 412
and Scots dialect 109, 114, 513–15, 518, 519, 520, 521, 522, 524
as song-collector 116, 644, 647–9, 653
as song-writer 96, 647–9
and working-class poetry 38, 124, 125, 174, 179–80, 185–6
Works
‘Ae fond kiss’ 648
‘The Author’s Earnest Cry and Prayer’ 174
‘Ay waukin, O’ 648, 649
‘Charlie is my darling’ 648
‘Epistle to Davie’ 174
‘Epistle to J. L[aprai]k’ 170
‘To a Mouse’ 108
‘O my Luve’s like a red, red rose’ 648
Poems, Chiefly in the Scottish Dialect 114, 116, 174, 519
‘Scotch Drink’ 514, 521
‘Scots wha hae’ 648
‘Song—For a’ that and a’ that—’ 186
‘Tam O’Shanter’ 620–1
‘The Twa Dogs’ 174
Burton, Robert
The Anatomy of Melancholy 20
Bury, Lady Charlotte Campbell 199
Bushell, Sally 395, 396
Butler, Eleanor 131
Butler, Marilyn 288, 289, 713
Butler, Samuel
Hudibras 194
Butler, William 358
Butts, Thomas 564
Byron, George Gordon, Lord 64, 160, 161, 198, 290, 344, 369, 470, 535, 694, 708, 729, 733, 737, 738
aristocratic status 93, 179–80, 199, 206, 472
artists’ responses to 637, 640
attack on Lake School 68, 93, 164, 272–3, 507, 682
and celebrity 71, 76, 77, 82, 86, 169, 179, 200, 325, 382–3, 466, 467, 475–6, 637, 715, 717–21
and Clare 82, 412–13
and Coleridge 164, 268, 272–3, 602, 729
Continental reception 93, 708, 717–21
and England 83, 91–3, 99, 101, 102, 105
and foreign travel 91–2, 715
funeral 77, 82, 159, 160
and Greece 70, 77, 93, 105, 672–4, 686, 713
and improvisation 383
influence on contemporaries 77, 82, 86, 166, 168, 182, 183, 186, 411, 412–13, 703, 704, 717–21
and Ireland 140, 143
and Italy 77, 548, 557, 558–9, 703–4, 705, 713, 714, 715, 717
and the Jews 686
and Keats 166, 168, 325, 369, 671
as letter-writer 430, 686
and The Liberal 77, 552, 558, 705
(p. 747)
literary influences on 17, 27, 45, 105, 164, 267–8, 269, 292, 325, 383, 454, 582, 702–3, 705
and minstrelsy 383, 384
and Napoleon 50, 709, 716
and Orientalism 45, 56–7, 385, 684–6, 689
political speeches 55, 140
and the Pope controversy 267–8
and revision 389–92, 393
and Scotland 92, 93, 99, 286, 382–3
and Shelley 62, 64, 408, 582, 715–16
and song 385, 386, 651, 655, 686
and Spain 50, 91, 105, 713, 714
and Staël 56, 76, 77, 702–3, 715, 718
and Switzerland 62, 715, 716
and translation 548, 557, 558–9, 560, 703
unwritten works 505
and women poets 183
and Wordsworth 93, 164, 166, 268, 273, 390, 582
Works
Alpine Journal 715–16
Beppo 71, 684
The Bride of Abydos 684
Cain 77
Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage 45, 50, 57, 62, 63, 71, 182, 325, 374, 383, 391, 412, 582, 585, 627, 637, 640, 669, 673, 674, 685–6, 702–4, 714, 715, 716, 717
The Corsair 45, 684, 685
The Curse of Minerva 91
English Bards and Scotch Reviewers 164, 269, 286, 292, 390, 668, 669
‘Francesca of Rimini’ (translation of Dante) 558, 560
The Giaour 57, 385, 684–5
‘Harmodia’ 388–9
Hebrew Melodies 385, 386, 651, 686
‘The Highland Harp’ 505
Hours of Idleness 179, 286, 472
The Island 91
‘Isles of Greece’ 673
‘From Job’ 686
Lara 684
Letter to John Murray 267, 268
Manfred 208, 571, 716
Marino Faliero 77
Morgante Maggiore (translation of Pulci) 558, 559
The Prophecy of Dante 558, 702, 705
‘Recollections of … Madame de Staël’ 702
Sardanapalus 77
‘Sun of the Sleepless!’ 388–9
The Two Foscari 77
A Vision of Judgment 507, 705
Cabanis, Pierre Jean Georges 328
Caernarfon 126
Caerphilly 121
Calderón de la Barca, Pedro 549, 550
El mágico prodigioso 552
Calè, Luisa 630, 636
Callendar, J. T.
The Political Progress of Great Britain 37
Calvinism 118, 119, 133, 315, 320
Cambridge Platonists 18
Cambridge University 69, 122, 180, 181, 358, 365, 504, 662
Cameron, Kenneth Neill 431
Campbell, Alexander
Albyn’s Anthology 654
Campbell, George
The Philosophy of Rhetoric 517
Campbell, Thomas 45, 69, 268, 543, 544, 718, 733
‘The Exile of Erin’ 52, 147
Gertrude of Wyoming 736
Specimens of the British Poets 727–8
‘Ye Mariners of England’ 52, 96
Canada 61, 384, 724, 728
Canning, George 49, 282, 289, 292, 504, 735
‘Loves of the Triangles’ 367
Canterbury 254
Canton 61
Capitoline Museum, Rome 669
Caradogion (Caractacan) Society 127
Cardwell, Richard 717, 719
(p. 748) Carey and Lea (publisher) 732
Caribbean 56, 86
caricature 68, 72, 123, 245, 353, 466, 495, 536, 538–9, 631–5, 716
Carles, Joseph 241
Carlile, Richard (publisher) 239, 241, 246, 248
The Republican 237, 238, 247
Sherwin’s Weekly Political Register 237
Carlsbad Decrees 76
Carlson, Julie 227
Carlyle, Thomas 289, 557, 733
‘Signs of the Times’ 185
Carolina, South 731
Caroline, Queen 67, 75, 165, 246, 500
Cary, Henry Francis 558
The Vision of Dante 559, 560
Cassirer, Ernst 572
Castlereagh, Viscount 60, 61, 391
Catalani, Angelica 137, 142
Catholic Association 137
Catholic Emancipation 82, 95, 137, 139, 140, 146, 152
Catholicism 33, 35, 46, 51, 54, 133, 137, 143, 146, 147, 148, 149, 152, 571, 704
Cato Street Conspiracy 538
Cefn Hengoed 121
celebrity 45, 71, 74, 77, 80, 82, 117, 189, 196, 239, 259, 260, 318–20, 323–5, 378, 382, 413, 455, 464–76, 544, 651, 708, 717
Celtic 28, 106, 109, 111, 114, 134, 150, 385
Centlivre, Susanna 457
Cervantes, Miguel de 193
Don Quixote 194
Ceylon 62
Chalmers, Alexander
Works of the English Poets 454, 455
Chambers, Ephraim
Cyclopaedia 315
Chambers, James
‘On the Death of Lord Nelson’ 567
Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal 191
Chamonix 715, 716
Chancery, Court of 303
Chandler, James 158, 285, 379, 571, 574
Channing, William Ellery
Sermons and Tracts 727
chapbook 148, 189, 190, 192, 194, 196, 490, 645
Chapman, George 369, 548, 559–60, 584
Chard, Chloe 711
Charles II, King 251
Charles Edward Stuart, Prince 85
Charlotte, Princess 70, 473, 574
Chartier, Roger 440, 441, 443
Chase, Cynthia 414
Chasles, Philarète 720
Chateaubriand, François-René, Vicomte de 719
Atala 736
Chatterton, Thomas 14, 25, 26–7, 122, 176, 180, 414, 415, 490, 666, 676
‘Englysh Metamorphosis’ 27
Rowley poems 13, 27–8, 122, 497
Chaucer, Geoffrey 16, 449, 513, 550, 662
The Knight’s Tale 553–4
Wife of Bath’s Prologue and Tale 411
Cheetham, James 360
Cheltenham 485
chemistry 343, 355, 357, 425, 504
Chepstow 130
Chester 357
Chester Chronicle 37
children’s literature 206, 213, 215, 217–29, 458, 481, 608, 652
Chile 109
Chillon, Castle of 716
China 61, 290
Chodorow, Nancy 210
Christensen, Jerome 409
Christ’s Hospital 181, 608
Churchill, Charles 25, 27
Cibber, Colley
Apology for the Life of Colley Cibber 318
The Careless Husband 240
The Provok’d Husband 240
Cicero 531, 535
Cintra, Convention of 49, 50, 713–14
circuses 252, 253, 255, 256, 439. See also theatres under London
Clairmont, Claire 62, 557, 558, 650, 715
letters 420–1, 423, 424, 427, 428, 429, 430
(p. 749) Clare, John 96, 161
asylum years 82, 411–13
and Byron 82, 412–13
and enclosure 55
and Helpston 55, 96
and intertextuality 411–13
and natural description 27, 82–3, 480, 643
and his publishers 413, 490, 491
as reader 455, 481, 489, 491–2
and ‘self-identity’ 490
and song 643, 644, 649, 651
use of dialect 513, 521–3
and working-class poetry 82, 175, 378, 522
Works
‘Autumn’ 521
‘Child Harold’ 412, 413
‘Childhood’ 480
‘Dolly’s Mistake’ 521
‘Don Juan’ 412, 413
‘Pastoral Poesy’ 82
Poems Descriptive of Rural Life and Scenery 82
‘A Poets Wish’ 480
‘Popularity in Authorship’ 82
‘The Progress of Rhyme’ 175
‘Remembrances’ 55
‘Songs Eternity’ 643, 644, 656
The Shepherd’s Calendar 82
The Village Minstrel 82, 521, 522
‘Written in a Thunderstorm, July 15, 1841’ 412
Clarke, James Freeman 734
Clarke, Samuel 312
Clarkson, Thomas 55, 286, 730, 731
classicism 17, 22, 26, 57, 60, 63, 150, 176, 196, 230, 267, 268, 289, 291, 367, 370, 382, 456, 514, 524, 531, 567, 573, 574, 614, 635, 645, 661–74, 676, 679, 691, 692, 693, 709, 710
Claude-glass 710–11
Clausewitz, Carl von 47
Clay, Henry 733
Clement, John 358
closet drama 213
clubs 31, 34, 245, 425, 427, 446, 484, 488, 529, 535, 538, 539, 542
Coachmakers Hall 35
Cobb, James
Public Readings 543
Cobban, Alfred 437
Cobbett, William 83, 248, 446, 594, 729
Parliamentary Debates 534
Political Register 82, 237, 238
Porcupine’s Gazette 361
Rural Rides 82
The Soldier’s Friend 238
Cochran, Peter 92
Cockburn, Henry Thomas, Lord 116, 282
Cockney School 60, 182, 183, 184, 262, 264, 280, 367, 408, 608, 670, 671, 704
coffee house 30, 31, 37, 252, 374, 385, 493
Colburn and Bentley (publisher) 191, 193
Colchester 426
Colclough, Stephen 483, 491
Coleridge, Derwent 217
Coleridge, Hartley 217
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor 701
and associationism 275–6, 323, 333, 598
and autobiography 321, 323, 324
and Bristol 41, 502
and Burns 620–1
and Byron 164, 268, 272–3, 602, 729
and celebrity 476
on children’s reading 217–18, 221–2, 226–7
and contemporary psychology 329–30
and Continental travel 429, 708, 709, 714
contributions to annuals 80–1, 638
and Darwin 335, 365, 367
and Davy’s nitrous oxide experiments 122, 330, 347
and De Quincey 349, 350
and Fichte 601
and the French Revolution 41, 163, 164, 208
and genial criticism 265, 614–16, 622, 623–4
and Goethe 468, 564
and Gothic 217, 684
and Hazlitt 455, 493, 617, 621
on imagination 18, 207, 320, 333–4, 574, 586, 598, 605, 613
and intertextuality 406, 408–9, 412, 415
and Ireland 139
and Kant 564, 598, 599–601, 602, 695, 699
and Lamb 499, 611, 616
as letter-writer 418, 419, 423–5, 429
(p. 750)
literary and philosophical lectures 69, 543, 544, 609, 626, 700
and manuscript circulation 498, 499
marginalia 409, 413, 415, 612, 613, 616, 623–4
and Maturin 141, 348, 623
and Milton 330
and opium 324, 342, 346, 350
on organic form 605, 700
and Orientalism 680
and Pantisocracy 499, 729–30
and Peacock 602, 729
and plagiarism 409
and Platonism 18
on poetry as self-experiment 330
as political journalist 41, 49, 534
as political lecturer 41, 123, 530, 730
and the reading public 441, 479
and revision 390, 392, 393, 395, 500
and Schelling 564, 601
and the Schlegel brothers 564, 601, 615, 694, 699, 700, 704
Shakespeare criticism 613–24, 700, 704, 705
and the slave trade 730
and Southey 499, 500, 502, 614
on symbol and allegory 208, 564, 566–70
and Thelwall 485, 543
transatlantic connections 723, 726
and translation 468, 551, 564
unwritten works 504–5
and Wales 134
and Williams (Iolo Morganwg) 38
and Wordsworth 41, 275, 276–7, 311, 390, 408, 500, 593, 594, 598, 602
Works
‘The Ancient Mariner’ 115, 337, 342, 390, 409, 584–5, 723, 724
Biographia Literaria 18, 24, 68, 141, 142, 207, 275, 288, 320, 323, 330, 333, 347, 348, 409, 470, 476, 482, 503, 504, 551, 552, 574, 586, 598, 599, 600–1, 602, 603, 615, 620, 621, 622, 623, 698, 699
Christabel 68, 277, 342, 498
‘Dejection: An Ode’ 18, 393, 408
‘The Delinquent Travellers’ 708
‘The Eolian Harp’ 339, 570
‘Essays on the Principles of Genial Criticism’ 614, 615–16
‘Fears in Solitude’ 42, 730
‘France: An Ode’ 41, 70
The Friend 139, 482, 605, 608, 703
‘Frost at Midnight’ 207, 229, 392
‘The Garden of Boccaccio’ 81, 638
‘Kubla Khan’ 68, 131, 341, 342, 409, 415, 498, 585, 586–7, 605, 680
Lay Sermons 323, 441, 564, 569, 570, 605
Lyrical Ballads 14, 41, 45, 53, 68, 113, 115, 123, 160, 176, 177, 184, 272, 273, 275, 176, 277, 322, 331, 335, 347, 393, 396, 408, 478, 479, 480, 484, 492, 493, 525, 581, 608, 646, 664, 693
‘Monody on the Death of Chatterton’ 24–5
Notebooks 217, 218, 321, 323, 367, 505
‘On the Prospect of Establishing a Pantisocracy’ 729
Osorio 296
‘The Pains of Sleep’ 342
‘Pantisocracy’ 729
Poems on Various Subjects 425, 570, 729
‘The Recantation’ 41
‘Religious Musings’ 41
‘Reply to a Lady’s Question’ 81
The Statesman’s Manual 564, 568, 569, 570, 605
‘This Lime-Tree Bower My Prison’ 39, 320, 500
‘To William Wordsworth’ 408
‘To a Young Ass’ 729
College of Physicians (London) 358
College of Physicians (Philadelphia) 360
Colley, Linda 51, 96, 652
Collier, J. P. 616, 620
Collier, John (Tim Bobbins)
View of the Lancashire Dialect 519
Collins, Wilkie 344
Collins, William 25, 106, 677
‘Ode to Fear’ 23
‘Ode to Liberty’ 710
‘Ode on the Poetical Character’ 23
‘Ode on the Popular Superstitions of the Highlands’ 23–4
Persian Eclogues 675
Collyer, Mary 193
Colman, George 253
Colosseum 640, 662, 716
Colston, Marianne 708
(p. 751) Combination Acts (1799, 1800), see repressive legislation
comedy 63, 68, 71, 251, 630
dramatic 198, 253, 362, 363, 456, 458, 459, 515
commonplace book 505, 636
complaint (literary genre) 19, 21, 730, 736
Condillac, Étienne Bonnot de 328
confession
legal 298, 302, 303
spiritual 319, 514
Congreve, William
The Way of the World 99
conjectural history 603
Connecticut 731
Connolly, Claire 143
Constable, Archibald (publisher) 282, 283
Constant, Benjamin 694, 695, 696, 697, 718
Cook, Captain James 128
Cooke, Charles (publisher) 191, 192
British Novelists 193
British Poets 455
Cooper, Astley 329, 367, 368
Cooper, James Fenimore 727, 732, 733, 736
The Pilot 726
Copenhagen House 39, 536, 537, 538
Coppet 698, 718
copyright 193, 281, 283, 450–6, 460, 462, 484, 491–2
Chace Act (1891) 733
and Continental publishers 720
Copyright Act (1842) 491
Donaldson v. Beckett (1774) 192, 404, 439–40, 451, 452, 456, 459, 461, 484, 491
Engraver’s Copyright Act (1735) 235
in Ireland 141
in Scotland 451–2
Statute of Anne (1710) 450, 451, 456
in United States of America 732–3
Cork, County 148
Corn Laws (1815) 55, 82, 186
Corresponding Societies Act (1799), see repressive legislation
cosmopolitanism 81, 91, 92, 261, 355, 384, 558, 686, 693, 701, 709, 710, 711, 712, 717, 718
cosmorama 75
Cottle, Joseph 27, 53, 113, 123, 418, 498
Alfred 377
Early Recollections 500
The Courier 49, 142
couverture 204–5, 209
Covent Garden Theatre, 49, 141, 239, 240, 246, 250–60, 262, 456, 457
Coventry, Francis 193
Cowbridge 124
Cowley, Hannah 213
The Siege of Acre 53
Cowper, William 96, 412, 422, 472
‘The Morning Dream’ 730
‘The Negro’s Complaint’ 730
‘Sweet Meat Has Sour Sauce’ 730
The Task 99–101, 104, 411, 712
‘To William Wilberforce’ 730
Cozen, John Robert 710
Crabbe, George 96, 268, 290, 344
Craciun, Adriana 214
Crary, Jonathan 75
Crawford, Robert 93
creativity 18, 19, 21, 59, 64, 77, 79, 161, 207, 265, 277, 341, 342, 374, 376, 381, 389, 390, 396, 404, 408, 409, 415, 416, 524, 547, 587, 593, 598, 600, 605, 668, 713
Creech, William (publisher)
British Poets