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Index

A

"Abdalla," in Conquest of Granada , 20 -24

"Abenamar," in Conquest of Granada , 26 -27

Achilles, 32 , 49

Addison, Joseph, 105

Alexander the Great, 98 , 100 , 101

"Allen, Mrs.," in Northanger Abbey , 125

Allen, Ralph, 97

"Almahide," in Conquest of Granada , 26 , 32 , 33 , 42 , 43 , 44 , 48

"Almanzor," in Conquest of Granada , 21 -23, 26 , 32 , 33 , 42 , 43 -45, 48 -50

"Almeria," in Indian Emperour , 28 -29

"Almeyda," in Don Sebastian , 38 , 46 , 47 , 48

"Alvarez," in Don Sebastian , 38

Amphitryon, in Amphitry on , 41 -42

"Angelica," in Ariosto, Orlando Furioso , 32

Anne, Queen of England:

and Pope, 108 ;

and Swift, 51 -55, 62

"Antonio," in Don Sebastian , 45

Antony, in All for Love , 36 -37

Anytus, 14

Apollo, 40 , 101

Arbuthnot, Dr. John, 96

Ariosto, Orlando Furioso , 33 -34

Aristocracy (nobility):

Pope's views, 93 ;

Swift's views, 51 , 55 , 56 -57, 64 , 67 , 74 -75, 77 -78, 81

Aristotle, 18 , 93

Atheists, 52 , 124

Atticus, 105

"Augustan," defined, 1 , 147

Augustus, Emperor, 98

"Aureng-Zebe," in Aureng-Zebe , 29 -31, 32

Austen, Cassandra, 140

Austen, Jane, 148 ;

characterization, 113 -45 passim ;

concrete particularity, 129 -32;

contrast, 119 -25, 127 -29, 132 , 140 ;

and Dryden, 2 , 112 ;

Emma , 112 , 115 , 118 , 120 , 121 , 122 , 124 , 131 , 144 ;

and Evangelicals, 141 ;

heroism.

see Heroism;

irony, 127 ;

Mansfield Park , 5 , 113 , 115 , 116 , 120 , 122 -23, 124 -25, 128 -30, 134 , 136 , 137 , 138 , 140 n.15, 141 ;

metaphor, 126 , 142 ;

metonymy, 121 -26, 129 ;

morality.

see Morality;

narrative technique, 119 , 121 ;

Northanger Abbey , 116 , 121 , 122 , 125 , 130 , 133 , 134 n.11, 135 , 137 , 143 , 144 ;

Persuasion , 56 n.6, 113 , 114 ,


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115 n.2, 116 , 119 , 126 -27, 131 -32, 134 , 135 , 137 , 138 , 140 n.15, 141 -43, 144 ;

plot, 119 , 126 , 144 ;

politics.

see Politics;

and Pope, 125 ;

Pride and Prejudice , 112 , 113 , 115 , 116 , 117 -18, 119 , 122 , 123 , 124 , 125 -26, 127 , 131 , 132 , 134 n..11, 135 , 137 , 138 ;

religion.

see Religion;

Sense and Sensibility , 112 , 113 , 114 , 115 , 117 , 118 , 119 , 128 , 131 , 133 , 134 n.11, 137 , 139 , 140 n.15, 144 ;

sexual passion.

see Sexual passion;

social views, 2 , 134 -35;

symbolism, 126 , 140 ;

synecdoche, 125 -26, 129 , 136

Austen-Leigh, J. E., 140

"Avidien," 102

B

"Barbary, Emperor of," in Don Sebastian , 46

"Baron," in Rape of the Lock , 89

"Bates, Miss," in Emma , 128

Bathurst, Allen, 1st Earl, 96

Beaumont, Francis, 25

"Belinda," in Rape of the Lock , 89 , 111

"Bennet, Elizabeth," in Pride and Prejudice , 112 , 113 , 115 , 116 , 119 , 122 , 123 , 124 , 125 , 131 , 132 -33, 135

"Bennet, Jane," in Pride and Prejudice , 119 , 120 , 122 , 133 , 137

"Bennet, Kitty," in Pride and Prejudice , 112

"Bennet, Lydia," in Pride and Prejudice , 124 , 125 , 127 , 138

"Bennet, Mary," in Pride and Prejudice , 126 -27

"Bennet, Mr.," in Pride and Prejudice , 118 , 119 -20, 127

"Bennet, Mrs.," in Pride and Prejudice , 116 , 117 , 124 , 125 , 127 -28

Benson, Martin, 97

Bentley, Richard, 94 , 100

"Benwick," in Persuasion , 126 , 127 , 137 , 140 n.15

"Benzayda," in Conquest of Granada , 27

Berkeley, George, Bishop of Cloyne, 97

"Bertram, Edmund," in Mansfield Park , 113 , 116 , 120 , 122 , 123 , 134 , 137 , 141

"Bertram, Julia," in Mansfield Park , 113

"Bertram, Lady," in Mansfield Park , 128

"Bertram, Maria" ("Maria Rushworth"), in Mansfield Park , 112 -13, 120 , 124

"Bertram, Sir Thomas," in Mansfield Park , 122 -23, 134

Bethel, Hugh, 110

Bible.

See Religion

"Bingley, Caroline," in Pride and Prejudice , 119 , 131

"Bingley, Charles," in Pride and Prejudice , 119 , 120 , 122 , 137

Blackmore, Sir Richard, 15 , 101 , 103

"Blifil," 115

Blount, Martha, 86 , 96

"Boabdelin," in Conquest of Granada , 20 -21, 26

Bolingbroke, Henry St. John, 1st Viscount, 96 , 98 , 99 , 102 , 106 , 111

Bowers, Fredson S.,

Bradbook, Frank, 117 n.3, 121 n.6

"Bradwardine, Rose," in Waverley , 136 , 137

"Brandon, Colonel," in Sense and Sensibility , 119 , 128 , 137

"Brobdingnag, King of," 81

Broome, William, 11

Browne, Arthur, 108

Brutus, 16

Buckingham, George Villiers, 1st Duke of, 14

Buckingham, George Villiers, 2nd Duke of, 55

Budgell, Eustace, 103

Bunyan, John, Pilgrim's Progress , 129

"Burgh, Anne de," in Pride and Prejudice , 119

"Burgh, Lady Catharine de," in Pride and Prejudice , 122 , 125 , 127 -28, 135

Burke, Edmund, 71 -72

Burlington, Richard Boyle, 3rd Earl of, 110

Burnet, Gilbert, Bishop of Salisbury, 46


151

Burney, Fanny, 143 ;

Camilla , 121

"Butler, Reuben," in Heart of Mid-Lothian , 139

Byron, George Gordon, Lord, 112 , 127 , 143

C

Caesar, Julius, 98 , 100 n.16, 102 , 103 , 110

Caroline, Queen of England, and Pope, 6 , 102 -3

Caryll, John 110

Cascia, 9

Cassius, 16

Catherine of Braganza, Queen of England, 35

Catherine, St., Princess of Alexandria, in Tyrannick Love , 27 , 28 , 31 , 35 , 37 , 44

Chapman, R. W., 3 n.3, 138 , 141

Characterization:

in Austen, 113 -45 passim ;

in Dryden, 25 -27, 44 ;

in Pope, 85 -86;

in Scott, 126 , 129 -30, 139 -40;

in Swift, 64 -65, 72 -73.

See also Impersonation

Charles I, King of England, 69

Charles II, King of England:

and Dryden, 35 , 41 ;

and Pope, 100 , 101

Charles V, Emperor of Austria and King of Spain, 100 n.16

Charles XII, King of Sweden, 98 , 101

Chaucer, Geoffrey, 4

Christ, 87

Church of England (Established Church, Anglican Church):

and Dissent, 3 ;

and Swift, 51 , 52 , 54

Church of Ireland (Established Church, Anglican Church):

and Swift, 76 , 80

"Churchill, Frank," in Emma , 115 , 118 , 120 , 121 , 122 , 124 , 131 , 138

Cibber, Colley, 11 , 87 , 103

Clarity (lucidity):

and Pope, 12 ;

screen for innuendo, 7 , 9 , 10 , 14 ;

and subtlety, 2 ;

as a virtue, 7 , 14

Claudian, 100

"Clay, Mrs.," in Persuasion , 113 , 117 , 132 , 138 -39

Cleopatra, in All for Love , 36 , 37

"Cléopatre," 32

Cobham, Richard Temple, Viscount, 96 , 110

Cokayne, G. E., 56 n.5

Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 3 , 112

Collier, Jeremy, 18

"Collins, Mr.," in Pride and Prejudice , 118 , 119 , 125 , 127

Comedy, 20 , 23 , 25

Common people:

Dryden's views, 58 ;

Swift's views, 57 -58, 64 , 67 , 73 -75, 81 -82

Concrete particularity:

in Austen, 129 -32;

in Scott, 129 -30

Congreve, William:

and Collier, 18 ;

defense of bawdiness, 18 ;

Double Dealer , 115 ;

on misinterpretation, 8

Contrast, in Austen, 119 -25, 127 -29, 132 , 140

Corneille, 32

Cortez, in Indian Emperour , 28 -29, 38

Country, and court, 108 , 111

Court, and country, 108 , 111

Cowper, William, 112 , 143

Coxe, William, 78 n.21

Craftsman :

and Doctrine of Innuendo , 9 ;

No. 2 , 8 ;

No. 31 , 12 -14;

No. 75 , 15 -16

Craik, W. A., 128

Craven, Lord, 136

"Crawford, Henry," in Mansfield Park , 113 , 115 , 120 , 123 , 124 -25, 138 , 144

"Crawford, Mary," in Mansfield Park , 113 , 122 , 123 , 134

Cromwell, Oliver, 100 n.16

"Cydaria," in Indian Emperour , 29

D

"Dalrymple, Lady," in Persuasion , 117 , 134

"Darcy," in Pride and Prejudice , 112 , 115 , 117 , 119 , 120 , 122 , 123 -24, 125 , 126 , 131 , 132 -33, 135 , 136

"Darcy, Georgiana," in Pride and Prejudice , 115 n.2

"Dashwood, Elinor," in Sense Sensibility , 113 -15, 117 , 119 , 131 , 144

"Dashwood, Marianne," in Sense and Sensibility , 119 , 128 , 137 , 140


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David, 72 , 75

"Deans, Jeanie," in Heart of Mid-Lothian , 139

Debate, in Dryden, 24 -26, 31 , 34 , 47

Declaratory (Dependency) Act, 66

Defoe, Daniel, 5 , 134

Deists, 52

Dennis, John, 8 , 15 , 18

Dent, J. M., 136 n.13

Desfontaines, Abbé Pierre-Francois Guyot, 17

Despenser (Spencer), Hugh the Elder and Hugh the Younger, favorites of Edward II, 53

Digby, Edward, 110

Dilthey, Wilhelm, 1 , 5 , 6

Dissenters, Swift's views, 54 , 60 , 64.

See also Presbyterians

Doctrine of Innuendo Discuss'd , 8 -10

"Dolabella," in All for Love , 36

"Dorax," in Don Sebastian , 38 , 45 , 46 , 47 , 49

Dramaturgy.

See Dryden

"Drapier, M. B.," 65 -82

Driden, John, 109

Dryden, John, 148 ;

All for Love , 36 -37;

Amphitry on , 39 -42;

Assignation , 37 ;

Astraea Redux , 41 ;

Aureng-Zebe , 5 , 29 -31, 45 ;

and Jane Austen.

see Austen, Jane;

characterization, 25 -27;

"Cinyras and Myrrha," 18 ;

common people.

See Common people;

Conquest of Granada , 20 -24, 26 -27, 32 , 33 , 42 , 43 -45, 48 , 49 ;

use of debate, 24 -26, 31 , 34 , 47 ;

Don Sebastian , 38 , 45 -50;

dramaturgy, 25 -26, 27 , 31 , 34 , 46 -48;

dramaturgy in Aureng-Zebe , 29 -31;

dramaturgy in Conquest of Granada , 20 , 22 -24, 27 ;

dramaturgy in Indian Emperour , 28 -29;

dramaturgy and sexual passion, 26 -31;

Evening Love , 37 ;

heroism.

see Heroism;

Indian Emperour , 28 -29, 37 -38;

kingship.

see Kingship;

on misinterpretation, 8 ;

politics.

see Politics; and Alexander Pope.

see Pope, Alexander; religion.

see Religion; sexual passion.

see Sexual passion;

"Sigismonda and Guiscardo," 18 ;

and social institutions, 33 ;

social views, 2 ;

spectacle, 35 -36, 37 , 38 , 41 , 42 ;

Spanish Friar , 37 ;

style and characterization, 25 , 27 , 44 ;

style in Conquest of Granada , 23 -24;

style in Don Sebastian , 45 -46;

style and dramaturgy, 32 -33, 46 ;

style and sexual passion, 28 , 43 -45;

"To My Honour'd Kinsman, John Driden of Chesterton," 2 , 135 ;

Tyrannick Love , 27 -28, 31 , 34 -36, 37 , 42 , 44 ;

on wit, 7

Duffy, J. M., 142 n.19

"Dulness," in Dunciad , 6 , 86 , 87

E

Edgeworth, Maria, 129

Edward II, King of England, 52

Edwards, T. R., 109 , 110

Ehrenpreis, Irvin, Literary Meaning and Augustan Values , 147n.

Eliot, T. S., 7

Elkin, P. K., 12 , 19 n.43

"Elliot, Anne," in Persuasion , 113 , 114 , 116 -17, 119 , 126 -27, 131 -32, 138 , 140 n.15, 141 -42, 143 , 144

"Elliot, Elizabeth," in Persuasion , 116 -17, 141

"Elliot, Mr.," in Persuasion , 115 , 116 , 117 , 119 , 138 -39, 141 -42

"Elliot, Sir Walter," in Persuasion , 56 n.5, 116 , 117 , 118 , 132 , 135 , 137 , 141 -42

"Elton, Mr.," in Emma , 144

"Eloton, Mrs.," in Emma , 127 , 128

England:

history (1660-1820), 2 -3;

and Ireland.

see Ireland; wars, 3

Epic, 33 -34

Erskine-Hill, Howard, 97 , 108 n.34

Established Church.

See Church of England; Church of Ireland

Evangelicals, 141

F

"Fairfax, Jane," in Emma , 120 , 121 , 122 , 128 , 131

"Fanny, Lord," 101

Ferdinand, King of Spain, 14 , 20


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Ferguson, Oliver W., 79 n.23

"Ferrars, Edward," in Sense and Sensibility , 114 , 115 n.2, 117 , 131 , 134 n.11, 139

"Ferrars, Mrs.," in Sense and Sensibility , 131 , 134 n.11

"Ferrars, Robert," in Sense and Sensibility , 139

Fielding, Henry:

and Methodism, 3 ;

Tom Jones , 115 , 141

Figurative language:

Austen's use, 126 ;

Dryden's use, 43 -48;

Pope's use, 86 , 102 , 106 ;

Swift's use, 59 -63, 70 -71, 72

"Fitzwilliam, Colonel," in Pride and Prejudice , 123 , 134 n.11

Fletcher, John, 25

Fortescue, William, 103

Fox, Charles James, 3

French Revolution, 3

"Fufidia," 94 , 101

"Fufidius," 94

Fuller, Isaac, 36

G

"Gardiner, Mr.," in Pride and Prejudice , 119 -20

Gaskell, Mrs., 129

Gaveston, Piers, favorite of Edward II, 53

Gay, John, 15 , 16

Genealogy, Swift's views, 56 -57

Gentry, Swift's views, 51 , 64 , 65 , 67 , 74 , 78 , 81

George I, King of England:

and Pope, 98 ;

and Swift, 11 , 54 , 67 -71, 74

George II, King of England:

and Pope, 98 -103, 105 , 106 , 107 , 110

"Giaour," 144

Gilpin, William, 118

Godwin, William, 3

Goldsmith, Oliver:

"Traveller," 6 ;

Vicar of Wakefield , 119

Gombrich, E. H., 5 n.6

Grafton, Charles Fitzroy, 2nd Duke of, 67

"Gripus," 102

"Gulliver, Lemuel," letter to Sympson, 8

H

Hagstrum, Jean, 37

Hale, Bernard, 77

Hampden, John, 69

"Harville, Captain," in Persuasion , 143

"Henriquez," in Don Sebastian , 47

Henry VIII, King of England, 65 -66

Hercules, 37

Hermeneutics, 4

Heroism:

Austen's views, 114 , 144 -45;

and Christian morality, 3 ;

Dryden's views, 2 , 31 -32, 34 , 42 , 48 -50;

and implication, 2 -3;

Pope's views, 101 , 108 -111;

Swift's views, 63 , 66 , 72 , 73 , 75

Hervey, Lord John, 95 , 102

Hibbard, G. R., 108 n.34

Hill, G. B., 24 n.1

Hinds, Carol, 140 n.15

Hippolytus, 30

Hirsch, E. D., 1 n.1

Hoadly, Benjamin, 11

Homer, Iliad , 33

Hooker, E. N., 8 n.13

Horace, 85 , 103 , 111

Horace, Pope's imitations:

Epistles I.i, 101 n.21, 103 n.28,

Epistles II.i, 101 n.18, 105 ;

Epistles II.ii, 108 n.35;

Odes IV, 111 ;

Satires I.ii, 93 -94, 97 n.8, 101 n.21, 102 n.24;

Satires I.iii, 88 ;

Satires II.i, 97 n.8, 99 , 101 n.17, 101 n.20, 101 n.21, 102 n.22, 102 n.27, 103 n.29, 109 n.38;

Satires II.ii, 101 n.20, 102 n.22, 111

Hotspur, 31

Hough, John, 110

Huysmans, Cornelis, 35 -36

I

Impersonation:

Swift's use of, 64 , 72 , 78 , 80 -81

Implication:

acknowledged by author, 12 -16;

ambiguous antithesis, 52 -59, 65 -70, 74 -75, 79 ;

bipolar, 107 ;

affecting clarity, 9 , 10 , 14 -15;

as mock defense, 15 ;

disavowed by author, 7 -12, 17 -18;

didactic (conventional), 105 -8;

false explication, 15 -16;

and explicit meaning, 1 , 4 , 147 -48, and figurative language.

see Figurative language;

and genre, 33 -34;

and heroism, 2 -3;

and irony.

see Irony;

juxtaposition, 18 ;

and language.

see Lan-


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guage;

mock-commentary, 99 -100;

and politics, 2 -3, 11 -17;

and prosody, 95 , 97 , 104 ;

and religion, 2 -5, 10 -11;

and sexual passion, 2 , 17 -18;

spectacle, 35 -36, 37 , 38 , 41 , 42 ;

style and meaning, 59 , 68 -69, 92 , 93 ;

subversive, 105 -8;

techniques of 4 -6, 9 -19;

thematic, 106 , 108 ;

and themes, 2 ;

topical, 106 , 108 ;

wordplay, 17

"Indamora," in Aureng-Zebe , 45

Ireland:

and England, 11 , 65 -71, 74 , 76 -82

Irony, and implication:

in Austen, 127 ;

in Pope, 9 , 84 ;

in Swift, 58 -59, 62 , 64 , 69 , 72 , 74

Isabella, Queen of Spain, 20

J

Jacobites (Jacobitism), 3 , 96 , 126 , 127 , 139

Jackobson, R., 4 n.5

James II, King of England:

and Dryden, 39 , 48 , 49 ;

and Pope, 100 ;

and Swift, 54

"Jenny," 94

John, St., Gospel, 5

Johnson, Samuel, 24 , 112 , 143

Joseph, 42

Jupiter, in Amphitryon , 39 -40, 41

K

Kames, Henry Home, Lord, 8 , 12

Kelsall, Malcolm, 98 n.11

Ker, W. P., 7 n.10

Kings:

in allegory, 9 ;

Pope's views, 96 , 98 -104.

See also Monarchy

Kingship:

Dryden's views, 24 -25, 35 -36, 49 -50;

Pope's views, 91 , 99 ;

Swift's views, 68 .

See also Monarchy

"Knightley, Mr.," in Emma , 112 , 113 , 120 , 121 , 124 , 128 , 138 , 144

Knights, L. C., 18 n.40

Kyrle, John, 96

L

Language:

and implication in Dryden, 44 -45;

and implication in Pope, 84 , 95 ;

and meaning in Dryden, 37 , 44 -45;

and sexual passion in Dryden, 43 -45

Lascelles, Mary, 144

"Latimer," in Redgauntlet , 130

"Latimer, Darsie," in Redgauntlet , 136 , 139

Lauren, Barbara, 108 n.33

Lely, Sir Peter, 36

Leranbaum, Miriam, 92 -93, 98

"Lilias," in Redgauntlet , 139

Literature, and society, 2

Locke, John, 71 , 106

"Lockit," 16

Loftis, John, 49 n.16

Louis XIV, King of France, 63 , 100 , 101

"Lovelace," 115

"Lucas, Charlotte," in Pride and Prejudice , 119 , 126

"Lucas, Sir William," in Pride and Prejudice , 135 -36

"Lyndaraxa," in Conquest of Granada , 20 -24, 43 -44

M

Machiavelli, 58

"MacIvor, Flora," in Waverley , 126

Mack, Maynard, 92 , 95 , 103 n.28, 106 , 108 n.34, 111 n.47

"Maltinus," 94

Mandeville, Bernard, 3

Marcellus, 102

Marcus Aurelius, 98 , 100

Marcus Crassus, 61

Maresca, Thomas E., 93 , 108 n.33

Marlborough, John Churchill, Duke of, and Swift, 55 , 59 , 61 -62, 64 , 69

Marlborough, Sarah Churchill, Duchess of, 54 , 59

"Marmion, Lord," in Marmion , 143

Mars, 43

"Maskall," 115

Maximin, Emperor of Rome, in Tyrannick Love , 28 , 31 , 35 , 44

Meaning:

and context, 35 ;

and language in Dryden, 37 , 44 -45;

and value, 1 .

See also Implication

Meaning, explicit, 147 -48;

and characterization in Austen, 116 -17;

and implication, 1 -2;

and implication in Austen, 116 -18;

and implication in Pope, 92 -93, 96 , 97 , 100 ;

and narrative technique in Austen, 115 -16


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Meaning, implicit.

See Implication

Menshikov, Alexander ("Menzikoff"), 9 , 16

"Menzikoff" (Alexander Menshikov), 9 , 16

Mercury, in Amphitry on , 40 , 41

Metaphor:

in Austen, 126 , 142 ;

in Scott, 126 .

See also Figurative language

Metonymy.

See Austen, Jane; Figurative language

Midas, 101

Midleton, Alan Broderick, Viscount, 77 -78

Milton, John, 62 ;

Paradise Lost , 33

Molesworth, Lord Robert, 78 -79

Molière, 17

Monarchy:

Dryden's views, 35 -36;

Swift's views, 2 , 51 -55, 62 , 64 , 77.

See also Kings; Kingship

Money (economy, finance):

Swift's views, 63 , 75 -76, 79 , 81

Montagu, Sir Edward, 101 -2

Montagu, Lady Mary Wortley, 95 , 101 -2

Montaigne, 106

Montezuma, Emperor, in Indian Emperour , 28 -29, 37 -38

Morality:

Austen's views, 119 -21, 124 , 130 -32, 139 -40, 143 ;

Dryden's views, 33 , 42 ;

Pope's views, 91 -92, 95 ;

Swift's views, 63 -64

"Morat," in Aureng-Zebe , 29

"Morland, Catherine," in Northanger Abbey , 116 , 121 , 130 -31, 137

Mortimer, family of, 55 , 56

"Morton, Henry," in Old Mortality , 130

"Mufti," in Don Sebastian , 46

"Musgrove, Louisa," in Persuasion , 114 , 137 , 142 -43

N

"Narcissus," 101

Nero, 101

Newton, Sir Isaac, 110

"Nigrinus," in Tyrannick Love , 27

Nobility.

See Aristocracy

Nonconformists, 52

"Norris, Mrs.," in Mansfield Park , 116 , 118

"Nourmahal," in Aureng-Zebe , 29 -31, 32

Novak, Maximillian, 18 -19n.42

O

Octavia, in All for Love , 36

Oldfield, Anne, 94

"Orlando," in Ariosto, Orlando Furioso , 32

Orleans, Philip, Duke of, 100 n.16

"Osbaldistone, Frank," in Rob Roy , 129 -30, 140

Osborn, James M., 107

Otho, 100 n.16

Oxford, Edward Harley, 2nd Earl of, 96

Oxford, Robert Harley, 1st Earl of:

and Pope, 96 .

and Swift, 55 -56, 57 , 61 -62, 78

Oxford.

See Vere, Robert de

"Ozmyn," in Conquest of Granada , 26 -27

P

"Palmer, Mr.," in Sense and Sensibility , 134

Payne, E. J., 72 n.17

"Peachum," 16

Peripety, 26 , 31 , 36

Phaedra, 30

Philip II, King of Spain, 100 n.16

Philip V, King of Spain, 100 n.16

Pizarro, in Indian Emperour , 37

"Placidius," in Tyrannick Love , 35

Plot:

in Austen, 119 , 126 , 144 ;

in Scott, 126

Poetry:

defined, 3 n.4;

and other discourse, 4

Politics:

in Austen, 112 , 118 , 124 , 133 -34, 140 ;

in Dryden, 34 -37;

in Dryden's Amphitryon , 39 -41;

in Dryden's Conquest of Granada , 23 , 24 -25, 48 -49;

in Dryden's Don Sebastian , 47 -49;

and implication, 2 -3, 11 -17;

in Pope, 91 , 95 ;

in Scott, 139 -40;

in Swift, 11 , 51 -82 passim

Pope, Alexander, 148 ;

aristocracy.

see Aristocracy; and Austen.

see Austen, Jane; To Bathurst (Moral Essays III), 92 -93, 96 n.6;

To Burlington (Moral Essays IV), 92 -93;

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tion, 85 -86;

To Cobham (Moral Essays I), 92 , 98 , 102 n.26, 103 , 104 , 106 ;

Donne IV, 88 ;

and Dryden, 108 ;

Dunciad , 16 , 17 , 86 -87, 93 , 96 , 97 n.8, 99 -100, 101 n.20;

"Cave of Poverty and Poetry," 86 ;

Dunciad , interpretation, 6 , 11 ;

Elegy to . . . an Unfortunate Lady , 86 ;

Eloisa to Abelard , 86 ;

Epilogue to the Satires , 96 ;

Epilogue I, 62 , 97 n.8, 97 n.9, 102 , 107 ;

Epilogue II, 97 n.8, 103 , 110 , 111 ;

Epistle to Arbuthnot , 97 n.8; 101 , 102 , 105 ;

Epistle to Augustus , 85 , 101 , 105 , 109 ;

Epistle to Burlington , "Timon's Villa," 11 -12;

Essay on Criticism , 8 , 109 ;

Essay on Man , 85 , 91 , 93 , 98 , 99 , 100 , 101 , 102 n.22, 106 -7;

figurative language, 86 , 102 , 106 ;

heroism. see Heroism; Horace, imitations.

see Horace, Pope's imitations;

irony, 9 , 84 ;

kings.

see Kings; kingship.

see Kingship;

To a Lady (Moral Essays II), 86 , 92 , 94 , 96 n.7, 98 , 100 , 103 ;

Messiah , 85 , 87 ;

Moral Essays I , 110 n.39;

Moral Essays II, 110 n.40, 110 n.41;

Odyssey , and Dunciad , 11 ;

"Of the Characters of Women," 86 ;

and poetic creation, 85 -88;

Rape of the Lock , 86 -90;

"Cave of Spleen," 86 , 87 ;

religion.

see Religion;

1740 , 96 ;

sexual passion.

see Sexual passion;

social views, 2 , 91 -92, 93 -95;

and Swift.

see Swift, Jonathan;

Windsor Forest , 2

Popery.

See Roman Catholicism

Poyning's Law, 65

Presbyterians, Swift's views, 3 , 52 , 60 , 80.

See also Dissenters

"Price, Fanny," in Mansfield Park , 113 , 120 , 122 , 123 , 129 -30, 137 , 138 , 140 n.15, 144

"Price, Mrs.," in Mansfield Park , 128

Prior, Matthew, 57

Prior, Moody, 26 n.2, 44 n.13

Productivity, as a virtue in Swift, 79 -81

Puritanism, 35

Q

Quarles, Francis, 101

Queens:

in allegory, 9 ;

Pope's views, 98 , 100 , 103 -4

R

Racine, Phèdre , 25

"Rashleigh," in Rob Roy , 130

Religion:

in Austen, 3 , 112 , 118 , 124 , 133 , 140 -43;

in Dryden, 42 ;

in Dryden's Conquest of Granada , 25 , 48 ;

in Dryden's Don Sebastian , 45 -48;

in Dryden's Indian Emperour , 37 -38;

in Dryden's Tyrannick Love , 34 -35;

and implication, 2 -3, 10 -11;

in Pope, 84 -85, 92 ;

in Scott, 139 -40;

in Swift, 10 , 11 , 72 , 75 , 76 , 79 ;

and Whigs, 57 .

See also Church of England; Church of Ireland; Roman Catholicism

Rich, John, 87

Richard II, King of England, 52

Richardson, Samuel, 143 ;

Clarissa , 115 , 143

Rickman, H. P., 6 n.7

Robinson, John, 57

Rochester, John Wilmot, 2nd Earl of, 17

Rochester, Laurence Hyde, Earl of, 55

Rogerson, John, 77

Roman Catholicism (Popery):

and Dryden, 38 , 39 ;

and France, 3 ;

and Pope, 83 ;

and Swift, 54 , 61 , 76 , 80

Romance, 25 , 50 ;

ironical, 34

"Rufa," 94

"Rufillus," 94

Rundel, Thomas, 97

"Rushworth," in Mansfield Park , 123

"Russell, Lady," in Persuasion , 116

Ryle, Gilbert, 140

S

Sappho, 7 , 101

Satan, 62 -63

Saul, 75

Schleiermacher, Friedrich, 6

Scott, Sir Walter:

and Austen,


157

112 , 126 -27, 129 -30, 133 , 136 -37, 139 -40, 143 , 144 ;

characterization, 126 , 129 -30, 139 -40;

concrete particularity, 129 -30;

and the Covenanters, 3 ;

Heart of Mid-Lothian , 130 , 139 ;

metaphor, 126 ;

plot, 126 ;

politics. see Politics;

Redgauntlet , 130 , 136 , 139 ;

religion. see Religion;

Rob Roy , 129 -30, 139 -40;

and Roman Catholicism, 3 ;

sexual passion.

See Sexual passion;

symbolism, 126 -27;

Waverley , 126 -27, 136 , 137 , 139

"Scriblerus, Martin," 100

Sebastian, King of Portugal, in Don Sebastian , 38 , 46 -50

Sebeok, Thomas A., 4 -5n.5

Secker, Thomas, 97

Sejanus, 9

"Selin," in Conquest of Granada , 26 -27

Serapion, in All for Love , 36

Sexual passion:

Austen's views, 112 , 118 , 133 , 136 -39;

and dramaturgy, 26 -31;

Dryden's views, 27 -28, 42 -44;

Dryden's views in All for Love , 36 ;

Dryden's views in Aureng-Zebe , 29 -31;

Dryden's views in Conquest of Granada , 25 , 26 , 42 -44, 48 ;

Dryden's views in Don Sebastian , 45 -48;

Dryden's views in Indian Emperour , 28 -29;

Tyrannick Love , 27 -28;

and implication, 2 , 17 -18;

and language, in Dryden, 43 -45;

and poetic creation, in Pope, 85 -88, 90 ;

Pope's views, 85 -88, 93 -95;

Pope's views in Rape of the Lock , 88 -90;

Pope's views in Sober Advice from Horace , 91 ;

Scott's views, 136

Shadwell, Thomas, 39

Shakespeare, William:

Coriolanus , 25 ;

Cymbeline , 25 ;

Othello , 25

"Shylock," 102

Singleton, C. S., 5 n.6

Skerrett, Maria (Molly), 62 n.8, 107 -8

"Smith, Harriet," in Emma , 112 , 128 , 144

"Smith, Mrs.," in Persuasion , 119 , 141 -42

Smollett, Tobias, 129

Social institutions, and literature, 2

Social order, myth of, 2

Social rank.

See Aristocracy; Common people; Gentry

Socrates, 14 , 72

Somers, Lord John, 57

Somerset, Charles Seymour, 6th Duke of, 55

Somerset, Elizabeth Seymour, Duchess of, 55

Sophocles, 25

Southam, B. C., 140 n.15

Spectacle, in Dryden, 35 -36, 37 , 38 , 41 , 42

Spencer, Hugh.

See Despenser

Spingarn, J. E., 17 n.37

"Spleen," in Rape of the Lock , 87

"Sporus," 101 , 110

"Staunton," in Heart of Mid-Lothian , 130

"Steele, Lucy," in Sense and Sensibility , 114 , 139

Stevens, Wallace, "Idea of Order at Key West," 7

Stichomythia, 24 , 26

Style.

See Dryden, John; Implication

Summers, Montagu, 18 n.39

Sunderland, Charles Spencer, 3rd Earl of, 54 , 55

Swift, Jonathan:

aristocracy.

see Aristocracy;

and Berkeley, 97 ;

characterization, 64 -65, 72 -73;

common people.

see Common people;

concrete particularity, 129 ;

defense of satire, 14 ;

Drapier's Letters , 65 -82, 148 ;

Drapier's Letters , Fifth, 11 ;

Examiner , 51 -66, 70 -76, 148 ;

figurative language, 59 -63, 70 -71, 72 ;

on genealogy, 56 -57;

gentry. see Gentry;

Gulliver's Travels , 16 , 17 ;

heroism.

see Heroism;

impersonation, 64 , 72 , 78 , 80 -81;

irony, 9 , 58 -59, 62 , 64 , 69 , 72 , 74 ;

Legion Club , 81 ;

Modest Proposal , 6 , 81 ;

monarchy.

see Monarchy;

on money, 63 , 75 -76,


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79, 81 ;

morality. see Morality;

politics. see Politics;

and Pope, 16 , 17 , 105 , 108 ;

on productivity, 79 -81;

religion. see Religion; Roman Catholicism.

see Roman Catholicism;

social views, 73 -74;

on style, 7 ;

Tale of a Tub , 10 -11, 16 , 60 , 99 ;

Tale , "Apology," 10 ;

Tale , "Dedication," 57 ;

and Tories, 51 -59, 61 , 63 , 65 , 80 ;

and Whigs, 51 -63, 78 , 80

Symbolism:

in Austen, 126 -27, 140 ;

in Scott, 126 -27

Sympathy in criticism, 6 -7

Synecdoche.

See Austen, Jane; Figurative language

T

Tennyson, Alfred, Lord, 4

"Thorpe, Isabella," in Northanger Abbey , 121 , 122 , 130 -31

"Thorpe, John," in Northanger Abbey , 116

Tigellius, 94

"Tilney, Eleanor," in Northanger Abbey , 121 , 134 n.11

"Tilney, General," in Northanger Abbey , 122 , 135

"Tilney, Henry," in Northanger Abbey , 130 , 137 , 144

"Timon's Villa," 11 -12

Titus, Emperor of Rome, 98 , 100

Tories:

Pope's views, 96 , 108 ;

Swift's views, 51 -59, 61 , 63 , 65 , 80

Tragedy, 20 , 23 , 25 , 33 , 36 ;

and comedy, 20 , 23 , 25 ;

and epic, 33 -34

Trilling, Lionel, 127 n.7

Troilus, 31

U

"Umbriel," in Rape of the Lock , 87

V

Ventidius, in All for Love , 36 , 37

Venus, 30 , 43

Vere, family of, 55 , 56

Vere, Robert de, 9th Earl of Oxford, favorite of Richard 53

Vergil, Aeneid , 33 , 121

"Vernon, Diana," in Rob Roy , 140

Victor Amadeus II of Sardinia, 100 n.16

W

Walmoden, Amalie, Countess of Yarmouth, 102

Walpole, Sir Robert, Earl of Oxford:

in allegory, 9 ;

and Craftsman , No. 75 , 16 ;

and Doctrine of Innuendo Discuss'd , 9 ;

and Pope, 97 , 98 , 107 , 108 ;

and Swift, 67 , 71 , 74

War of the Spanish Succession, and Swift, 57 , 63

Wasserman, Earl, 92 -93

Waterhouse, Ellis, 36 n.4

"Waverley, Edward," in Waverley , 127 , 136 , 137 , 139

Weinbrot, Howard, 98 n.11

"Wentworth," in Persuasion , 113 , 116 , 126 , 138 , 141 , 143 , 144 -45

Wharton, Philip, Duke of, 97

Wharton, Thomas, 1st Earl of:

and Swift, 59 , 60 , 62 -63

Whiggery, 139

Whigs:

Pope's views, 96 , 108 ;

Swift's views, 51 -63, 78 , 80

Whitshed, William, and Swift, 14 , 77 , 80 n.26

"Wickham," in Pride and Prejudice , 115 , 123 , 124 , 133 , 138

Wilkes, John, 3

William III, King of England, 15 ;

and Dryden, 39 , 46 , 49 ;

and Pope, 101 , 103 ;

and Swift, 53 , 54

Williams, Aubrey, 18 n.42

"Willoughby," in Sense and Sensibility , 112 , 115 , 119 , 134 , 137

Wit:

Dryden on, 7 ;

in Pope, 84 ;

of readers, 16

Wolseley, Robert, 17

Wolsey, Cardinal Thomas, 9 , 14

Wood, William, 66 -82 passim

"Woodhouse, Emma," in Emma , 115 , 117 , 118 , 121 , 124 , 127 , 128 , 138 , 144

"Woodhouse, Mr.," in Emma , 128

Wordsworth, William, 112 ;

"Solitary Reaper," 7

Wycherley, William:

Country Wife , 17 ;

Plain Dealer , 17

Y

"Yates, Miss," in Mansfield Park , 134

Z

Zietlow, Paul N., 141 n.18, 142 n.19, 142 n.20


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