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  • Page extent: 316 pages
  • Size: 228 x 152 mm
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  • Dewey number: 821.209
  • Dewey version: 22
  • LC Classification: PR317.P6 M49 2007
  • LC Subject headings:
    • English poetry--Middle English, 1100-10--History and criticism
    • English poetry--Early modern, 10-1700--History and criticism
    • Politics and literature--England--History--To 10
    • Politics and literature--England--History--16th century

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Poets and Power from Chaucer to Wyatt
Cambridge University Press
978-0-521-86355-1 - Poets and Power from Chaucer to Wyatt - by Robert J. Meyer-Lee
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Index



Alan of Lille 56

Alcock, John 199

André, Bernard 174–6, 179, 181, 185, 190, 191, 193, 196, 268, 269

Anderson, David 195

Anne, countess of Stafford 50, 132

Arthur, Thomas 217

Ashby, George 123, 128, 131, 139–68, 171, 177, 260, 266

Active Policy of a Prince 140, 149–57, 159–61, 164–8, 171

Dicta & opiniones diversorum philosophorum 140, 149–50

Prisoner’s Reflections 139, 141–9, 152, 158, 161–4, 166, 168

epideixis, use of 155

humility topos, use of 160

propaganda, as writer of 153–4, 161, 162, 164

self-naming 145, 160–1

signet clerk, identity as 140–1, 157–9, 162–3, 166–7

Audelay, John 129

Barclay, Alexander 173, 176–8, 190–204, 218, 227

Eclogues 193, 198–204, 208, 219

Life of St. George 270

Ship of Fools 191, 193–8, 208

epideixis, use of 196, 204

monastic identity, use of 177, 190–2, 194, 203

propaganda, as writer of 192

self-naming 194–6

Skelton, resentment of 177, 193, 196–8, 202–4, 206, 208, 270

Bale, John 179, 180

Baret, John 138

Bateson, Mary 151

Beauchamp, Richard, earl of Warwick 50, 76

Beaufort, Cardinal Henry 79, 80, 116, 159

Bedford Psalter-Hours (London, BL Add. MS 42131) see entries under Gower, Hoccleve, and Lydgate

Bekynton, Thomas 141, 159

Bilney, Thomas 217

Bloom, Harold 191, 194

Blyth, Charles 110, 115

Boccaccio, Giovanni, 41

De casibus virorum illustrium 78, 194

Genealogia deorum gentilium 23–4, 274

Trattatello in laude di Dante 21–3, 70, 216

Boethius 109–10, 140–2, 145, 147

Bokenham, Osbern 128, 129, 260

Bolingbroke, Henry see Henry IV

Book of Curtesye see entries under Caxton, Chaucer, Gower, Hoccleve, and Lydgate

Bourdieu, Pierre 25

Boys, Lady Sibille 51

Brant, Sebastian 193–5

Burgh, Benedict 131–6, 169, 172

Disticha Catonis 132, 133, 172, 259

Letter to John Lydgate 132–7, 171, 172

Secrees of OLD Philisoffres 62, 246, 259

epideixis, use of 133–6

humilty topos, use of 134

patronage 132–3

Burrow, John 46, 106, 117

Cade, Jack 139

Calot, Laurence 76

Capgrave, John 129

Carlson, David 175

Carmeliano, Pietro 267

Catherine of Aragon, queen of England 227

Cawood, John 271

Caxton, William 132, 140, 168–73

printer, Book of Curtesye 169–72

trans., Caton 267

trans., Eneydos 173

printer, Parvus Cato, Magnus Cato 172

trans., Recuyell of the Historyes of Troy 168, 169, 171, 173

Charles VI, king of France 62

Charles d’Orléans 7, 9, 128, 136, 141–2, 145, 275

Chaucer, Alice 136, 137, 265

Chaucer, Geoffrey 6–7, 15–24, 27–31, 49, 50, 52–6, 61, 84, 92, 95, 96, 137, 156–7, 183, 220–2, 229, 232, 241, 244

An ABC 56

The Book of the Duchess 55, 254

Canterbury Tales 28–9, 32, 38–40

Clerk’s Tale, Prologue 15, 45, 186, 245

Franklin’s Tale, Prologue 85, 133

Knight’s Tale 141–2

Man of Law’s Tale, Introduction 34–5, 258

Retraction 238

Sir Thopas link 33–4, 38–9

House of Fame 34, 45–6, 53

Legend of Good Women 25, 95, 97, 138–9

Lenvoy de Chaucer a Scogan 27

Troilus and Criseyde 1–2, 7, 35, 55, 72–3, 198, 244

role in Book of Curtesye 169–70

self-naming 33–5

triumvirate, as member of see triumvirate of Gower, Chaucer, and Lydgate

Chaucer, Thomas 72, 136

Christine de Pizan 50, 61–5, 85, 174, 276

Avision-Christine 246, 247

Epistre au dieu d’Amours 94–8

Epistre Othea 61–7, 69, 95, 97–8

Livre des faits d’armes et de chevalerie 121

epideixis, use of 63–4

self-naming 63–4, 247

Cobham, Eleanor 122, 260

Curteys, William 51, 259

Curtius, Ernst Robert 56

Dante 17, 23, 195

Convivio 238

Divina comedia 34

Vita nuova 31, 36

de Worde, Wynkyn 53, 271

Decembrio, Pierre Candido 79

Deguileville, Guillaume de 56, 244

Derrida, Jacques 245

Despenser, Isabella 50

Dickey, Stephen 205

Dicts and Sayings of the Philosophers 260

Donaldson, E. T. 143

Donne, John 276

Douglas, Gavin 128, 129

Doyle, A. I. 51

Dryden, John 15, 277

Dunbar, William 128, 129

Ebin, Lois 182

Edward IV, king of England 132, 141, 143, 151, 152, 154, 155, 166, 226

Edward, duke of York 252, 253

Edward of March see Edward IV

Edward of Westminster, Prince of Wales 140, 141, 149, 151–6, 161, 164, 166, 168

Edwards, A. S. G. 179

Edwards, H. L. R. 204

Elizabeth of York, queen of England 189

epideictic poetry see entries under individual authors

Erasmus 176

Field of Cloth and Gold 191, 197, 204

fin’ amor, poetry of 7, 52, 95, 96, 138–9, 225, 227–30

Fineman, Joel 57, 59, 123

Fish, Stanley 218

Fortescue, Sir John 153–5, 264

Foweles in Þe Frith 29

Fox, Alistair 185, 212

Francis I, king of France 191

Freeman, Thomas 127–8, 132, 136, 258

Frulovisi, Tito Livio 79

Furnivall, Frederick J. 44

rstenspiegel 62, 98, 107–8, 140, 150, 153, 161, 163

Geoffrey of Vinsauf 120

Gigli, Silvestro 267

goliardic poets 255

Gower, John 31, 35, 49, 51, 156–7, 239–40

Confessio Amantis 25, 32, 34–5, 40

In Praise of Peace 36–8

Vox clamantis 36

portraits in the Bedford Psalter-Hours 91

role in Book of Curtesye 169

self-naming 36–8

triumvirate, as member of see triumvirate of Gower, Chaucer, and Lydgate

Greenblatt, Stephen 223–4

Guido delle Colonne 28, 65, 68, 70, 72

Hardison, O. B 58

Hardyng, John 129

Hawes, Stephen 128, 173, 176–91, 193, 194, 199, 211, 218, 225, 229

Conforte of Louers 184–90, 210–1, 219

Conuercyon of Swerers 184, 269

Example of Vertu 180–1, 184–6, 189

Ioyfull Medytacyon 184

Pastime of Pleasure 181–5, 188, 189

groom of the privy chamber, identity as 177, 179, 188, 189

Helgerson, Richard 10, 49

Henry IV, king of England 3

and Christine de Pizan 61–4, 94, 174

and Gower 36

and Hoccleve 97, 98, 105, 110

Henry V, king of England 26, 157

and Hoccleve 89–91, 107–8, 111–13, 115–16, 154, 170, 251–2

and Lydgate 10, 50, 65–8, 74, 82, 86, 182, 184, 210, 231

Henry VI, king of England 136, 139, 168, 264

and Ashby 141, 149–51, 154–6, 158, 162

and Lydgate 37, 50, 52, 76, 79, 80

Henry VII, king of England 175–8, 225

and André 174–5

and Hawes 179, 181–2, 184, 189

Henry VIII, king of England, 24, 219

and Barclay 191, 196, 199–200

and Hawes 181, 184, 186, 188–9, 225

and Skelton 205, 210, 211, 214, 218

and Wyatt 220, 223–4

Henry of Derby see Henry IV

Henry of Monmouth see Henry V

Henryson, Robert 129

Higden, Ranulph 69, 248

historian, authorial self-representation as 28–9, 31, 32

historicism, and fifteenth-century poetry 5–7

Hoccleve, Thomas 8, 26, 46–7, 49, 52, 64, 72, 88–123, 129, 145–6, 156, 159, 163, 167–8, 177, 178, 188, 190, 211, 218, 224–5

Balade on King Henry V 91

Epistre de Cupide 94–8, 121, 123

Formulary 115, 265

Male regle 92, 98–107

Regiment of Princes 46, 89–91, 93, 98, 107–16, 118, 123, 154–6, 159–60, 163, 168, 170, 225, 245, 260, 265

Remonstrance against Oldcastle 26, 89, 208, 252

Series 90, 116–23, 144, 225

Complaint 117–19, 143–5, 147, 163

Dialogue 117–22, 144

Jereslaus’s Wife 122

Jonathas and Fellicula 257–8

Learn to Die 119, 122

epideixis, use of 111–12, 120

eulogy of Chaucer, use of 114–16, 159–60

Lydgate, poetic career alignment with 47

privy seal clerk, identity as 88, 97, 98, 107–8, 162–3

portraits in the Bedford Psalter-Hours 91, 253

propaganda, as writer of 101, 107

role in Book of Curtesye 170

self-naming 114

Howard, Edward 202, 204

Howard, Henry, earl of Surrey 221, 229, 231, 277

Howard, Thomas, duke of Norfolk 191, 201–3, 270

Humphrey, duke of Gloucester 26, 50, 52, 78–81, 90, 119–22, 139, 141, 144, 158, 260

Jacqueline of Hainault 52, 79, 122

James I, king of Scotland 7, 128, 141–2, 145

Jansen, Johannes 136

Jean de Castel 61, 62, 64, 94

John, duke of Bedford 50, 52, 76, 79, 253

John, duke of Somerset 260

John of Gaunt, duke of Lancaster 25

Jonson, Ben 10, 127

Kane, George 32

Katherine of Valois, queen of England 50

Kay, John 205, 273

Keep Well Christ’s Commandments 76–7

Knapp, Ethan 170

Lacy, Edmund 51

Laʒamon 28

Laidlaw, J. C. 61

Lament of a Prisoner 261

Lancastrian court, influence on literary production 3–4, 10, 15–16, 24–7

Langland, William 31, 32, 35–6, 40

laureate ideology 16–24, 27, 80

laureateship, as academic honor 171–3, 175, 205

Lawton, David 37, 80, 82, 145

Leland, John 229–31

Lemaire de Belges, Jean 272

Lerer, Seth 6–7, 10, 51, 52, 186

Libelle of Englyshe Polycye 263

Locher, Jacob 193, 195

Lollards 26, 80, 89, 90

Louis XI, king of France 152

Lyall, R. J. 191

Lydgate, John 1, 7–10, 47, 49–87, 95, 127–9, 131, 137, 139, 144, 156–7, 160, 163, 169, 178, 180–6, 190–1, 193–4, 218, 220, 224, 231–2

Balade in Commendation of Our Lady 54–6, 59–61

Ballade of Jak Hare 208

Ballade to King Henry VI upon His Coronation 37, 53

Churl and the Bird 52, 268–9

Complaynt of a Lovere’s Lyfe 55

Defence of Holy Church 26, 90, 252

Exposition of the Pater Noster 52, 77–8

Fall of Princes 49, 52, 53, 58–60, 78–81, 120, 134, 139, 183, 193–4, 196, 240, 260, 272

Gentlewoman’s Lament 52

Henry VI’s Triumphal Entry into London 240

Invocation to Seynte Anne 132

Isopes Fabules 84–6, 182–4, 250–1

Legend of St. George 52

Legend of Seynt Margarete 133

Life of Our Lady 40, 52, 60, 66, 183, 186, 252

Mesure is Tresour 53

Misericordias domini in eternum cantabo (commentary on Psalm 88) 57, 245

On Gloucester’s Approaching Marriage 90, 242

On the Departing of Thomas Chaucer 136

Pilgrimage of the Life of Man 136, 244

Proverbs of Lydgate 53

Ryght as a Rammes Horne 52

Secrees of old Philisoffres 246

Serpent of Division 240, 245, 259

Siege of Thebes 37–40, 51, 86

Soteltes at the Coronation Banquet of Henry VI 192

Stans puer ad mensam 51

Temple of Glas 7, 52, 53

Title and Pedigree of Henry VI 76, 83, 90

Tretise for Lauandres 53

Troy Book 3, 39–41, 49–52, 54, 65–75, 78, 79, 84, 89, 91, 107, 171, 183, 199, 225

Verses for Queen Margaret’s Entry into London 242

Virtues of the Mass 136

aureation, use of 56, 59, 60, 70, 77–8, 245–6

epideixis, use of 40, 41, 50, 56–61, 66, 68, 75, 79, 111, 112

eulogy of Chaucer, use of 72–5, 78–80, 84, 116, 171, 186

humility topos, use of 50, 61, 75, 78, 81–6, 134, 163

manuscripts 52, 53

monastic identity, use of 41, 50, 56, 66, 69–70, 88, 105, 107, 114, 162

patronage and readership 50–2

portraits in the Bedford Psalter-Hours 91, 253

propaganda, as writer of 70, 76, 82, 86, 192

role in Book of Curtesye 170–2

self-naming 38–42, 74–5, 85

triumvirate, as member of see triumvirate of Gower, Chaucer, and Lydgate

lyric “I” 29–32

MacCracken, Henry 136–8

Machaut, Guillaume de 34, 45

Malory, Sir Thomas 152

Mannyng , Robert 28, 31

Mantuan 198, 200, 203, 204

Margaret of Anjou, queen of England 52, 137, 141, 151–6, 158, 159

Marie de France 84–6, 250, 251

Marshe, Thomas 241

Metham, John 129

Middleton, Anne 8, 35–7

Milton, John 10, 231

mirror for princes see rstenspiegel

Mowbray, John, duke of Norfolk 253

Moleyns, Adam 138, 139

Montague, John, earl of Salisbury 62

Montague, Thomas, earl of Salisbury 51, 62, 136

Montrose, Louis 10, 83

More, Sir Thomas 176, 268

Mortimer, Edmund, earl of March, 51

Mortimer, Anne 51

Morton, John 199

“Musyng vppon the mutabilite” see Welles Anthology

Nelson, William 205

Neville, Richard, earl of Warwick 151, 152

Neville, Thomas, Lord Furnivall 98, 104–5

Nolan, Maura 240

orator regis see entries under Skelton, John

Otway-Ruthven, J. 156

Owl and the Nightingale 31

Paris, Matthew 69

Parkes, M. B. 51

Paston, Sir John 51

Patterson, Lee 122

Pearsall, Derek 50, 53, 107, 154, 222–3, 225

Percy, Henry, earl of Northumberland 206–7

Petrarch, Francis 1–3, 23–4, 27, 60, 73, 78, 84, 171, 175, 186, 195, 203, 209, 228, 273

De remediis utriusque fortunae 227

laureation address 16–21, 41, 71, 81, 216, 229–30, 246

“Una candida cerva” 222

Piccolomini, Aeneas Sylvius 198–200

Pope, Alexander 277

Premierfait, Laurent de 78

Prophet, John 108, 252

public poetry, Ricardian 8, 37, 101

Puttenham, George 221, 222, 225–6, 229

Pynson, Richard 190, 194

Reformation, influence on English literary history 24–5, 230

Renaissance, in English literary history 1–3, 178, 220–2

Reproof to Lydgate 132, 136–9, 228 see also William de la Pole

Ricardian “I” 9, 32–8

Richard II, king of England 3, 24, 62, 91, 97, 101, 138, 157

Rinck, Herman 192

Rivière, Pierre 270

Rolle, Richard 29–30

Rushall Psalter 51

Scanlon, Larry 111

Scattergood, John 149, 151–2, 205

Schultz, John 198

Scrope, Stephen 62, 246

Secreta secretorum 62, 107, 150

Seymour, M. C 89

Shakespeare, William 241

Shirely, John 52, 53, 168, 241, 243

Sidney, Sir Philip 227

Simpson, James 222

Skelton, John 10, 128, 173, 175–8, 191–3, 205–22, 227, 229, 277

Against Dundas 208

Against Venemous Tongues 208

Agaynst the Scottes 208, 214

Agenst Garnesche 203, 208

Bowge of Courte 208, 219, 272

Calliope 209–10, 229

Collyn Clout 212–3

Dyvyers Balettys and Dyties Solacyous 273

Garlande or Chapelet of Laurell 214–18

Lawde and Prayse Made for Our Sovereigne Lord the King 273

Magnyfycence 208

Phyllyp Sparowe 198

Replycacion Agaynst Certyane Yong Scolers Abjured of Late 192, 217–18

Speke Parott 211–13

Upon the Dolorus Dethe 206–8

Ware the Hauke 207–8

Why Come Ye Nat to Courte 213–15

Alexander Barclay, object of resentment of see entry under Barclay, Alexander

court poet, identity as 177–8, 205

epideixis, use of 206–7, 211, 215–17

orator regis, role as 175, 203, 205, 208–10, 212, 214, 221

self-naming 205–8, 215, 216, 218

Skeltonics 273

Somnium vigilantis 153, 264

speculum principis see rstenspiegel

Spearing, A. C. 215

Spenser, Edmund 7, 10, 49–50, 81, 83, 184, 190, 220–2, 231

Spitzer, Leo 29, 32, 61

Stewart, James see James I

Stillinger, Thomas 36

Strohm, Paul 6–7, 25

Surrey, earl of see Howard, Henry

Tottel, Richard 241

Tresham, Sir Thomas 152

triumvirate of Gower, Chaucer, and Lydgate 127–8, 131, 156–7, 159, 180–1, 185–6, 215

Tudor, Henry see Henry VII, Henry VIII

Tudor, Princess Mary 188, 269

Usk, Thomas 141–2, 145, 147

Vaux, Sir Nicholas 191–2

Vegetius 120–1

Virgil 17–20, 23, 190, 201, 203, 220

Walker, Greg 205, 211

Walsingham, Thomas 69

Watkins, John 225

Wayland, John 241

Weiss, Roberto 79

Welles Anthology 260

Westminster, Roger 199

Wheatley, Edward 84

Whethamstede, John 51

Widsith 20, 26

William de la Pole, duke of Suffolk 51, 52, 131, 138, 139

authorship of Reproof to Lydgate 132, 136–7, 259

William of Malmsebury 69

Wolsey, Cardinal Thomas 191–2, 205, 210–2, 214–5, 217–8

Wood, Anthony à 179

Woodville, Anthony, earl Rivers 140, 226, 227, 276

Wordsworth, William 29, 231–2

Wright, Sylvia 91

Wyatt, Sir Thomas 1–3, 27–8, 123, 176, 190, 219–31

“Jopas’ Song” 269

Quyete of Mynde, trans. 226

“The piller pearisht” 268

“Whoso List to Hounte” 2, 222, 227–9

courtier, identity as 221, 225–9

Yeats, W. B. 156“The piller pearisht” 268


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