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Old English literature (410 to 1100): Old English period. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 354
The Angles, the Saxons and the Jutes. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 227
Christianity. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 189
Old English language. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 530
Anglo-Saxon society. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 196
Values in Anglo-Saxon society. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 1095
Old English literature (410 to 1100): Old English period, selected readings. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 102
Old English literature (410 to 1100): 'Beowulf' and other Old English secular poems. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 272
'Beowulf.' Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 1164
Anglo-Saxon image of heroism. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 427
Old English lyrics. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 542
Old English literature (410 to 1100): 'Beowulf' and other Old English secular poems, selected readings. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 109
Late medieval English literature (1066 to 1485): late medieval period. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 849
Religious liturgy. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 297
Chronicles. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 125
English story-telling. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 304
The Peasants' Revolt (of 1381). Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 206
Middle English language and forms. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 722
The source of narrative forms. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 1486
Late medieval English literature (1066 to 1485): late medieval period, selected readings. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 121
Late medieval period (1066 to 1485): Chaucer. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 343
Geoffrey Chaucer (1343-1400). Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 5935
Late medieval period (1066 to 1485): prose and popular literature. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 413
Margery Kemp (1373-1438). Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 204
Middle English lyrics and ballads. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 774
Medieval drama. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 1260
Sir Thomas Malory (1408-1471). Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 456
English Renaissance literature (1485 to 1603): Renaissance period. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 707
Religion and nationalism. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 157
Education and the Renaissance man. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 152
Humanism. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 102
The theater audience. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 158
Forms. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 767
English Renaissance literature (1485 to 1603): poetry and the development of the sonnet. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 328
The Italian sonnet. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 145
Early English sonnets. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 258
Sonnet cycles. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 188
Later English sonneteers. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 1942
Shakespearian sonnets. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 186
Other Elizabethan lyrics. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 462
English Renaissance literature (1485 to 1603): development of the drama. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 325
Classical influence. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 117
Actors. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 145
Theaters. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 249
The masque. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 103
Acting companies. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 137
Playwrights. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 1055
English Renaissance literature (1485 to 1603): Shakespeare. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 457
William Shakespeare (1564-1616). Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 426
The plays of Shakespeare. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 4434
English Renaissance literature (1485 to 1603): Shakespeare, selected readings. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 101
English Renaissance literature (1485 to 1603): development of prose. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 462
Sir Thomas More (1478-1535). Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 529
Sir Thomas Hoby (1530-1566). Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 308
Roger Ascham (1515-1568). Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 177
John Lyly (1554-1606). Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 383
Early seventeenth-century English literature (1603 to 1660): early seventeenth century. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 560
James I. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 183
Charles I. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 157
Civil War. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 224
The literary scene. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 140
Literary forms. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 274
Early seventeenth-century lyric poetry. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 497
Early seventeenth-century English literature (1603 to 1660): the Cavalier poets. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 331
Ben Jonson (1572-1637). Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 1595
Robert Herrick (1591-1674). Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 892
Andrew Marvell (1621-1678). Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 947
Thomas Carew (1594-1640). Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 308
John Suckling (1609-1641). Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 185
Richard Lovelace (1618-1658). Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 278
Early seventeenth-century English literature (1603 to 1660): the Metaphysical poets. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 246
John Donne (1572-1631). Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 2546
George Herbert (1593-1633). Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 467
Richard Crashaw (1613-1649). Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 351
Abraham Cowley (1618-1667). Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 204
Henry Vaughan (1621-1695). Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 675
Early seventeenth-century English literature (1603 to 1660): the Christian epic. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 263
John Milton (1608-1674). Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 891
Milton's sonnets. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 2689
Early seventeenth-century English literature (1603 to 1660): development of the drama. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 111
Early seventeenth-century drama. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 221
Ben Jonson, playwright. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 1237
John Webster (1580-1625). Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 984
Early seventeenth-century English literature (1603 to 1660): prose. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 352
The Bible. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 133
Prose styles. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 265
Francis Bacon (1561-1626). Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 369
Robert Burton (1577-1640). Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 273
Izaac Walton (1593-1683). Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 197
Thomas Browne (1605-1682). Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 253
Thomas Hobbes (1588-1679). Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 313
Dorothy Osborne (1627-1695). Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 466
Restoration literature (1660 to 1700): Restoration period. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 755
Literary forms. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 735
Restoration period (1660 to 1700): John Dryden. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 274
John Dryden (1631-1700). Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 1372
Dryden's plays. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 439
Restoration period (1660 to 1700): minor poetry and prose. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 527
Samuel Butler (1612-1680). Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 165
John Bunyan (1628-1688). Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 244

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