D

dactylic foot 268, 269 dactylic rhyme 347 "Daft Days, The" (Fergusson)

95-97, 173, 175, 397 "Damon the Mower" (Marvell)

267, 275, 276 "Dampe, The" (Donne) 143 "Dance, The" (Suckling) 97, 385 Daniel, Samuel 124, 207, 288 Dante Alighieri 145, 269, 450 Danvers, Sir John 204-205 Darby, Mary. See Robinson, Mary Darwin, Erasmus 358 Davenant, Sir William 97-99 and Carew (Thomas) 54 Gondibert 98, 99, 194-195 and Milton (John) 98, 271 Vaughan (Henry) on 442 Davideis (Cowley) 87

Davies, Sir John 194 Day, Malcolm 423, 464 "Death" (Herbert) 70, 99, 206,

255, 396 "Death Be Not Proud" (Donne)

99-101, 118 Defence of Rhyme, A (Daniel) 288 Defense of Poesy (Sidney). See Apology for Poetry (Sidney) "Definition of Love, The" (Marvell) 101-102, 186, 267, 311 "Dejection: An Ode" (Coleridge) 414

Dekker, Thomas 182, 241, 362 "Delight in Disorder" (Herrick)

102, 208, 311, 375 Democritus 440 Denham, Sir John 72, 102-104 Cooper's Hill 44, 78-83, 102-104,136, 147, 310, 427, 462 and Davenant (Sir William) 98

and Marvell (Andrew) 266, 427

Pope (Alexander) on 103, 462

and Traherne (Thomas) 464 Dennis, John 157, 158 "Departed Youth" (Cowley)

88-89, 104-105 "Description of a City Shower, A"

(Swift) 105-106, 390 "Description of a Religious House" (Crashaw) 91, 106107, 229 "Description of Cooke-Ham, The"

(Lanyer) 107-109, 250, 251 "Description of Walla, The"

(Browne) 43-44 Deserted Village, The (Goldsmith)

109-111, 193 "Design, The" (Pope) 164-165 "Despair, The" (Cowley) 111 Devereux, Robert. See Essex,

Robert Devereux, earl of Devotions Upon Emergent Occasions (Donne) 118 "Dialogue Between the soul and the Body, A" (Marvell) 111-112, 267 Dialogues of the Dead (Prior) 329 Dictionary of the English Language,

A (Johnson) 239 dimeter 268 Diodati, Charles 270 "Dirge, A" (Shirley) 14 "Disappointment, The" (Behn)

35, 112-113 "Discipline" (Herbert) 113-114, 206

"Disdaine Returned" (Carew) 55,

114-115 Divine Meditations, The (Alabaster) 10, 11, 115-116, 375, 376, 377

"Divine Poems" (Donne) 213, 214

Dobell sequence 422, 464 Dodsley, Robert 239 Donne, John vi, 116-119

154, 439 "An Anatomy of the World"

16-17, 118 "The Apparition" 21-22, 118 "At the round earth's imagin'd corners blow" 24-25 "Batter My Heart" 32-34, 60, 78, 118, 144, 175,

"The Canonization" 52-54, 118, 268 and Carew (Thomas) 54,

143-144 and Cary (Patrick) 58 and Cavalier poetry 60 and Cavendish (Margaret) 340

and Crashaw (Richard) 309 "Death Be Not Proud" 99101, 118 "The Flea" 118, 179-180,

198, 386 and form 183

"Go and Catch a Falling Star"

118,191-193 "Good Friday" 118, 195197, 236 "The Good-Morrow" 118, 197-198

and Herbert (Edward) 293 and Herbert (George) 99,

204, 205, 264 and Herbert (Mary Sidney) 207

213-215, 227, 360 "Hymn to God My God"

223-225 "A Hymn to God the Father"

118, 225-226, 318 "I Am a Little World Made Cunningly" 118, 175, 198, 227-228 "The Indifferent" 118, 231-232

299, 398, 402 and Marvell (Andrew) 101, 294

"Since she whome I loved" 360-361

and suckling (sir John) 236 "The Sun Rising" 25, 41,

118, 174, 386-387 "To His Mistress Going to

Bed" 118, 400-402 and Traherne (Thomas) 464 "The Undertaking" 118, 425-426

"A valediction Forbidding Mourning" 14, 52, 60, 78, 101, 118, 436-438 "A Valediction: Of Weeping"

101, 118, 438-439 and Wroth (Lady Mary) 387, 466 "Do Not Go Gentle" (Thomas) 183

"Dooms-day" (Herbert) 99, 255 Draghi, Giovanni Baptista 368 drama and poetry 119-123 dramatic irony 236 Drayton, Michael 123-126 on Alexander (sir William) 25

and Browne (William) 43, 45

and Donne (John) 117 and Drummond (William) 127

Endimion and Phoebe 124,

151-153 in England's Helicon 154 and Herbert (Mary Sidney) 207

and Herrick (Robert) 208 rime royal used by 349 "Since there's no help" 124, 361-362 "Dream, The" (Behn) 35, 112,

126-127 "Dreams" (Herrick) 208 Drummond of Hawthornden, William 127-128 and Alexander (sir William) 11

and Fergusson (Robert) 173 "For the Baptist" 182-183 and Jonson (Ben) 127, 240,

281, 378,410 "Phoebus Arise" 25,

321-322 "Then is she gone?" 391392

Drury, sir Robert 16, 117 Dryden, John 128-131

Absalom and Achitophel vii, 1-4, 129, 261, 318, 409 "Alexander's Feast" 11-13,

131, 232, 369 Annus Mirabilis vii, 17-19,

129, 154, 194, 318 and Cartwright (William) 57 Cavendish (Margaret) on 62-63

and Chamberlayne (William) 64

on Chudleigh (Lady Mary) 68

on Cleveland (John) 72, 431 on Cowley (Abraham) 87 and Davenant (sir William)

98, 194 and Denham (sir John) 78, 103

Egerton (sarah) on 140

"Epigram on Milton" 130,

154-155 heroic couplet used by 207 The Hind and the Panther 13,

130, 209-211, 328, 409 and Killigrew (Anne) 130, 244-245, 403, 412-414, 434

"MacFlecknoe" 130, 133, 236, 261-263, 265, 273 and Marvell (Andrew) 267, 301

and Milton (John) 120, 129,

154-155 on otway (Thomas) 310 on poetry 72, 121, 129 and Pope (Alexander) 131,

163, 326 and Prior (Matthew) 328 and Randolph (Thomas) 334 Religio Laici 130, 209,

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