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Cicero's De Officiis
     Why Cicero | Contents & Index Only | Contents, Index &Text 400 KB
Seneca's Essays Volume I
     Why Seneca | Contents & Index Only | Contents, Index & Text 400 KB
Seneca's Essays Volume II
     Why Seneca | Contents & Index Only | Contents, Index & Text 500 KB
Seneca's Essays Volume III
     Why Seneca | Contents & Index Only | Contents, Index & Text 500 KB
Seneca's Epistles Volume I
     Why Seneca | Contents & Index Only | Contents, Index & Text 400 KB
Seneca's Epistles Volume II
     Why Seneca | Contents & Index Only | Contents, Index & Text 500 KB
Seneca's Epistles Volume III
     Why Seneca | Contents & Index Only | Contents, Index & Text 400 KB
Plutarch's Lives Volume I
     Why Plutarch | Contents & Index Only | Contents, Index & Text 900 KB
Plutarch's Lives Volume II
     Why Plutarch | Contents & Index Only | Contents, Index & Text 1,000 KB
Plutarch's Lives Volume III
     Why Plutarch | Contents & Index Only | Contents, Index & Text 600 KB
Plutarch's Lives Volume IV
     Why Plutarch | Contents & Index Only | Contents, Index & Text 700 KB
Castiglione's Courtier 
   Why Castiglione | Contents & Index Only | Contents, Index &Text 900 KB 
Erasmus's Education of a Christian Prince
    Why Erasmus | Contents & Index Only | Contents, Index and Text 240 KB
Elyot's Governour
     Why Elyot | Contents & Index Only | Contents, Index & Text 800 KB
Sidney's New Arcadia Book I
     Why Sidney | Contents & Index Only | Text Not Available
Spenser's Faerie Queene Books I, II, AND VI
    Why Spenser | Contents & Index Only | Contents, Index & Text 900 KB
Montaigne's Essays Volume I
     Why Montaigne | Contents & Index Only | Contents, Index & Text 1000 KB
Montaigne's Essays Volume II
     Why Montaigne | Contents & Index Only | Contents, Index & Text 1,400 KB
Montaigne's Essays Volume III
     Why Montaigne | Contents & Index Only | Contents, Index & Text 1,400 KB
James I's Basilikon Doron
    Why James I | Contents & Index Only | Contents, Index & Text 200 KB
Hall's Characters
    Why Hall | Contents & Index Only Contents, Index and Text 115 KB
 

Cicero's De Officiis

Table of Contents:  BOOK I Moral Goodness | BOOK II Expediency | BOOK III The Conflict Between the Right and the Expedient

Index:  accident(1) | affability(1) | affectation(1) | ambition(1) | anger(5) | appetite(1) | Aristides(1) | Bassanio(3) | beneficientia(1) | benevolentia_fidelis(1) | bonds(1) | Braggart(1) | brotherhood(1) | cari_diligi(1) | caritas(1) | chance(1) | chicanery(1) | common(3) | common_bonds(1) | constanter(1) | constantia(2) | country(2) | Damon(1) | demoralization(1) | diligi(1) | dress(1) | duty(2) | effeminate(1) | expediency(1) | facilitatem_easiness(1) | faithful(1) | family(1) | favour(1) | favours(1) | Fenelon(1) | fidelity(1) | fortitude(1) | fortune(2) | Fortune(2) | friendship(3) | generosity(2) | gift(1) | good_faith(3) | good_will(1) | Granville(1) | gratitude(1) | greatness_of_soul(1) | Gyges(3) | Hal(3) | Hamlet(1) | harmony(1) | health(1) | honestas(1) | honestum(1) | honestus(1) | Hospitality(1) | hostis(1) | Hotspur(2) | hypocrite(1) | ingratitude(1) | integrity(1) | jesting(1) | justice(1) | Justice(2) | kingship(1) | Lear(2) | liberalitate(1) | liberality(1) | liberty(1) | mafia(1) | magistrates(1) | magnificence(1) | manly(1) | mansuetudinem(1) | mercy(1) | military(1) | moderation(1) | modesty(1) | money(2) | Oswald(1) | passion(3) | Peripatetics(1) | PlainDealer(7) | Plato(1) | pleasure(1) | Portia(2) | Promises(2) | property(1) | Prospero(8) | Protestant_Ethic(1) | public_service(1) | rage(1) | reason(2) | rectum(1) | riches(1) | righteousness(1) | service(3) | Shylock(2) | simplicity(1) | slavery(1) | slaves(1) | social_cement(1) | social_instinct(1) | society(2) | Socrates(1) | sprezzatura(1) | state(1) | steadfastness(1) | stoicism(1) | Temperance(1) | theoretical_knowledge(1) | Trade(1) | trustee(1) | turpitudo(1) | tyrant(2) | tyrants(1) | utile(1) | Wdswth(2) | wealth(3) | Wisdom(1) | woman(1) | womanish(1)

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Seneca's Essays Volume I

Table of Contents: DE PROVIDENTIA | DE CONSTANTIA | DE IRA | DE CLEMENTIA

Index: ambition(1) | anger(2) | Anger_vs_reason(1) | Animal_rationis_capax(1) | avarice(1) | bees(1) | caligo_mist(1) | common(2) | conscientious_objectors(1) | Cordelia(1) | depravity(1) | Douglas(1) | effeminacy(1) | epilepsy(1) | equality(1) | fortune(1) | fortune_favours_bold(1) | HenV(1) | Hotspur(1) | injury(1) | insanity(1) | interests(1) | Jesus(3) | king_over_himself(1) | knowing_self(1) | Lear(5) | liberal(1) | Liberty(1) | Lucy_poem(1) | Macbeth(1) | Macro_Micro(1) | other_cheek(1) | Man_of_Mode(1) | manly(1)  | nil_admirari(1) | noblesse_oblige(1) | Orig_sin(1) | Ovid_Phaeton(1) | PlainDealer(1) | Prom_Unbound(1) | Prospero(8) | PROVIDENCE(1) | rage(2) | rank(1) | Regulus(1) | Revenge(1) | Saeva_indignatio(1) | sentiment(1) | servitude(1) | sinful_nature_of_man(1) | social_creature(1) | suicide(1)  | Thou_owest_God_a_death(1) | usurers(1) | what_is_is_right(1) | whom_the_lord_loveth(1) | woman(1) | Yahoo(2) | Yeats_to_a_friend(1) 

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Seneca's Essays Volume II

Table of Contents: TABLE OF CONTENTS: DE CONSOLATIONE AD MARCIAM + | DE VITA BEATA+ | DE OTIO+ | DE TRANQUILLITATE+ | DE BREVITATE VITAE+ | DE CONSOLATIONE AD POLYBIUM+ | DE CONSOLATIONE AD HELVIAM+

Index: adfectus+(1) | anger+(1) | benefactions+(1) | Caliban+(1) | chance+(1) | chance+ |cheer+(1) | common+(7) | common_property+(1) | commonwealths+(1) | constantia_integrity+(1) | courageous+(1) | courtesy+(1) | cupidatium+(1) | desire+(1) | Donne_death+(1) | effeminacy+(2) | Emerson+(1) | Eve_evil+(1) | fallen+(1) | Fate+(1) | Faust+(1) | feminism+(1) | flesh+(1) | flies+(2) | fop+(3) | Fop+(1) | Fortue+(1) | Fortune+(2) | free+(1) | freedom+(2) | friendship+(1) | Frost_R+(1) | future+(1) | giving+(2) | glory+(1) | good_die_young+(1) | goods+(1) | greed+(1) | Hamlet+(1) | heaven+(1) | herd+(1) | hesitation+(2) | honour+(1) | invictus+(2) | Jesus+(1) | Job+(1) | king's_burden+(1) | Kubla_Khan+(1) | Lear+(1) | Liberal_Arts+(1) | liberal_studies+(2) | liberality+(3) | liberty+(1) | lust+(2) | Luxury+(1) | magnificentia+(1) | manly+(1) | mansuetudine+(1) | merry_making+(1) | mob+(1) | moderation+(2) | modesty+(2) | money+(1) | mortality+(1) | Murphy+(1) | nature+(1) | noblesse_oblige+(1) | outward_show+(1) | pardon+(1) | passions+(1) | patience+(1) | pietas+(1) | PlainDealer+(10) | poor+(1) | Pope+(2) | Pope_frailty+(1) | poverty+(1) | public+(1) | rabble+(1) | reason+(1) | Regulus+(1) | riches+(4) | self_reliance+(1) | sentimentality+(1) | service+(5) | servitude+(1) | Sidney+(1) | simplicitas_PlainDealer+(1) | simplicity+(2) | slavery+(2) | slaves+(1) | Sophocles+(1) | soul+(1) | sport+(2) | stars_from_wrong+(1) | studies+(5) | Swift_dusty_shoes+(1) | tears+(1) | Thoreau+(1) | Timon+(1) | trust+(1) | Tyranny_of_majority+(1) | Ulysses+(1) | virilius+(1) | virtues+(1) | Wdswth+(1) | woman+(3) | womanish+(1) | womanly+(1) | women+(2) 

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Seneca's Essays Volume III

Table of Contents: DE BENEFICIIS 

Index: Aeneid+(1) | Akumal+(1) Antonio+(1) | Antony+(2) | Bassanio+(2) | benefits+(1) | Best_of_all_possible+(1) | boast+(1) | motives_list+(1) | business+(1) | Castiglione+(1) | charisma+(1) | Civic_Duty+(1) | common_bond+(2) | Common_Humanity+(1) | common_property+(1) | Coriolanus?+(1) | Divine_Right+(1) | duty+(2) | Epicureans+(1) | Essay_on_Man_I+(1) | evil_as_good+(1) | faith+(1) | flattery+(1) | fool+(1) | Foresight+(1) | forgive+(1) | freedom+(1) | Freedom+(2) | Friend+(1) | Gift+(1) | GIFT+(1) | gift_as_link+(1) | Gift_spirit+(1) | gifts+(1) | give_freely+(1) | given+(1) | giving_motive+(1) | onourable+(1) | God+(1) | goodwill+(1) | Granville+(1) | Graces+(1) | gratia+(1) | gratum+(1) | great_soul+(1) | haero_stick+(1) | Hal+(1) | honestum+(2) | hopes+(1) | Hotspur+(1) | Iago+(2) | integrum+(1) | judge_not+(2) | Kent+(3) | law+(1) | Lear+(2) | Lear_disgust+(1) | Lear_whole_plot+(1) | magnitudo_animi+(1) | memorem+(1) | Nature+(2) | no_strings+(1) | nobody's_perfect+(1) | Ode_to_Duty+(1) | Paris+(1) | PlainDealer+(1) | Plutarch's_Fortune+(1) | Polonius+(1) | poor_is_rich+(1) | Pope+(1) | promise+(2) | promises+(1) | Prospero+(1) | Reason+(1) | Satan+(1) | Shylock+(3) | simplicem+(1) | social_animal+(1) | social_glue+(1) | Stoicism_basic+(1) | Swift+(1) | Timon+(2) | Timon+(1) | trustee+(1) | virtue_in_peasants+(1) | Wdswth+(1) | Wordsworth+(2) | Wyf_of_Bath+(3) 

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Seneca's Epistles Volume I

Table of Contents: I+ ON SAVING TIME | II+ ON DISCURSIVENESS IN READING | III+ ON TRUE AND FALSE FRIENDSHIP | IV+ ON THE TERRORS OF DEATH | V+ ON THE PHILOSOPHER'S MEAN | VI+ ON SHARING KNOWLEDGE | VII+ ON CROWDS | VIII+ ON THE PHILOSOPHER'S SECLUSION | IX+ ON PHILOSOPHY AND FRIENDSHIP | X+ ON LIVING TO ONESELF | XI+ ON THE BLUSH OF MODESTY | XII+ ON OLD AGE XIII+ ON GROUNDLESS FEARS | XIV+ ON THE REASONS FOR WITHDRAWING | FROM THE WORLD | XV+ ON BRAWN AND BRAINS | XVI+ ON PHILOSOPHY, THE GUIDE OF LIFE | XVII+ ON PHILOSOPHY AND RICHES | XVIII+ ON FESTIVALS AND FASTING | XIX+ ON WORLDLINESS AND RETIREMENT | XX+ ON PRACTISING WHAT YOU PREACH | XXI+ ON THE RENOWN WHICH MY WRITINCS | WILL BRING YOU XXII+ ON THE FUTILITY OF | HALF-WAY MEASURES XXIII+ ON THE TRUE JOY WHICH COMES | FROM PHILOSOPHY XXIV+ ON DESPISING DEATH | XXV+ ON REFORMATION | XXVI+ ON OLD AGE AND DEATH | XXVII+ ON THE GOOD WHICH ABIDES | XXVIII+ ON TRAVEL AS A CURE FOR DISCONTENT | XXIX+ ON THE CRITICAL CONDITION | OF MARCELLINUS XXX+ ON CONQUERING THE CONQUEROR | XXXI+ ON SIREN SONGS | XXXII+ ON PROGRESS | XXXIII+ ON THE FUTILITY OF | LEARNING MAXIMS | XXXIV+ ON A PROMISING PUPIL | XXXV+ ON THE FRIENDSHIP OF | KINDRED MINDS XXXVI+ ON THE VALUE OF RETIREMENT | XXXVII+ ON ALLEGIANCE TO VIRTUE | XXXVIII+ ON QUIET CONVERSATION | XXXIX+ ON NOBLE ASPIRATIONS | XL+ ON THE PROPER STYLE FOR A | PHILOSOPHER'S DISCOURSE XLI+ ON THE GOD WITHIN US | XLTI+ ON VALUES | XLIII+ ON THE RELATIVITY OF FAME | XLIV+ ON PHILOSOPHY AND PEDIGREES | XLV+ ON SOPHISTICAL ARGUMENTATION | XLVI+ ON A NEW BOOK BY LUCILIUS | XLVII+ ON MASTER AND SLAVE | XLVIII+ ON QUIBBLING AS UNWORTHY | OF THE PHILOSOPHER XLIX+ ON THE SHORTNESS OF LIFE | L+ ON OUR BLINDNESS AND ITS CURE | LI+ ON BAIAE AND MORALS | LII+ ON CHOOSING OUR TEACHERS | LIII+ ON THE FAULTS OF THE SPIRIT | LIV+ ON ASTHMA AND DEATH | LV+ ON VATIA'S VILLA | LVI+ ON QUIET AND STUDY | LVII+ ON THE TRIALS OF TRAVEL | LVIII+ ON BEING | LVIX+ ON PLEASURE AND JOY | LX+ ON HARMFUL PRAYERS | LXI+ ON MEETING DEATH CHEERFULLY | LXII+ ON GOOD COMPANY | LXIII+ ON GRIEF FOR LOST FRIENDS | LXIV+ ON THE PHILOSOPHER'S TASK | LXV+ ON THE FIRST CAUSE 

Index: abysm+(1) | Actors+(1) | affairs+(1) | amo+ | anger+(1) | Antonio+(1) | Antony+(1) | appetites+(1) | Bassanio+(2) | bravery+(1) | business+(2) | chance+(1) | Chance+(1) | character+(2) | common+(3) | Conrad+(1) | courage+(2) | coward+(1) | crowd+(1) | death+(2) | Death+(1) | dialecticians+(1) | Donne+(1) | effeminacy+(1) | effeminate+(3) | Eliot_still_pt+(1) | fair_weather+(1) | faith+(1) | fear+(1) | feelings+(1) | flattery+(1) | flesh+(1) | fortune+(3) | Fortune+(4) | freedom+(4) | friend+(3) | friends+(1) | friendship+(3) | Friendship+(1) | gratitude+(1) | Hamlet+(7) | hazard+(1) | highwayman+(1) | honour+(1) | honours+(1) | hopes+(1) | Hotspur+(1) | household+(1) | humility+(2) | Jesus+(1) | kings+(1) | Lear+(1) | liberty+(1) | logic+(1) | love+(3) | mortal+(1) | Murphy+(2) | nature+(1) | passions+(1) | plain+(2) | PlainDealer+(7) | populace+(1) | Poverty+(2) | pretence+(1) | prodigal+(1) | property+(1) | providence+(1) | QUIBBLING+(1) | rank+(1) | reputation+(1) | restlessness+(1) | retirement+(1) | rich+(1) | riches+(2) | slave+(1) | slavery+(1) | slaves+(2) | soul+(1) | speech+(1) | sprezzatura+(1) | studies+(1) | suicide+(1) | teach+(1) | Thoreau+(3) | Timon+(5) | titles+(1) | troubles+(1) | trust+(1) | uncertainties+(1) | waver+(1) | wealth+(1) | work+(2) | Wyf+(1) 

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Seneca's Epistles Volume II

Table of Contents: LXVI+ ON VARIOUS ASPECTS OF VIRTUE | LXVII+ ON ILL-HEALTH AND ENDURANCE OF SUFFERING | XVIII+ ON WISDOM AND RETIREMENT | LXIX+ ON REST AND RESTLESSNESS | LXX+ ON THE PROPER TIME TO SLIP THE CABLE | LXXI+ ON THE SUPREME GOOD | LXXII+ ON BUSINESS AS THE ENEMY OF PHILOSOPHY | LXXIII+ ON PHILOSOPHERS AND KINGS |LXXIV+ ON VIRTUE AS A REFUGE FROM WORLDLY DISTRACTIONSXV+ ON THE DISEASES OF THE SOUL | LXXVI+ ON LEARNING WISDOM IN OLD AGE | LXXVIT+ ON TAKTNG ONE'S OWN LIFE | LXXVIII+ ON THE HEALING POWER | OF THE MIND LXXIX+ ON THE REWARDS OF | SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERY LXXX+ ON WORLDLY DECEPTIONS | LXXXI+ ON BENEFITS | LXXXII+ ON THE NATURAL FEAR OF DEATH | XXXIII+ ON DRUNKENNESS | LXXXIV+ ON GATHERING IDEAS | LXXXV+ ON SOME VAIN SYLLOGISMS | LXXXVI+ ON SCIPIO'S VILLA | LXXXVII+ SOME ARGUMENTS IN | FAVOUR OF THE SIMPLE LIFE |LXXXVIII+ ON LIBERAL AND VOCATIONAL STUDIES | LXXXIX+ ON THE PARTS OF PHILOSOPHY | XC+ ON THE PART PLAYED BY PHILOSOPHY IN THE PROGRESS OF MAN | CI+ ON THE LESSON TO BE DRAWN FROM THE BURNING OF LYONS | XCII+ ON THE HAPPY LIFE | 

Index: amore+(1) | Antony+(1) | benefits+(1) | bravery+(1) | Bravery+(1) | business+(1) | Caliban+(1) | chance+(1) | character+(1) | clothing+(1) | common+(5) | constancy+(1) | country+(1) | duty+(1) | dying+(1) | dying_in_play+(1) | dying_well+(1) | economy+(1) | effeminacy+(2) | effeminate+(3) | favours+(1) | fides+(1) | Fortune+(4) | free+(1) | friendship+(2) | generosity+(1) | gent_English+(1) | gift_econ+(1) | given+(2) | glory+(1) | golden_age+(1) | goods_primary+(1) | gratiiude+(1) | gratitude+(1) | Hamlet+(4) | Hamlet_pilot_or_wise_man?+(1) | high_spirited+(1) | honesta+(1) | honestum+(3) | honour+(1) | Honour++(2) | Honour+(1) | Honour++(1) | honourable+(6) | Hotspur+(1) | humanitas+(1) | humility+(1) | Jesus+(3) | judgment+(1) | Kindliness+(1) | Lear+(2) | liberty+(1) | love+(1) | Loyalty+(1) | Lucy+(1) | luxury+(3) | moderation+(1) | modestiam_ac_moderationem+(1) | Murphy+(2) | negotio+(1) | Osric+(1) | Othello+(1) | passions+(1) | patience+(1) | patiently+(1) | peace+(1) | pedantry+(1) | perfume+(1) | PlainDealer+(1) | Pretence+(1) | property+(1) | Prospero+(1) | reason+(1) | ruling+(1) | science_applied+(1) | self_criticism+(2) | self_restraint+(1) | sermon_on_mt+(1) | service+(1) | Sidney+(1) | simplicity+(2) | slavery+(1) | slavery+(1) | spirited+(1) | sprezzatura+(1) | strut+(1) | study+(1) | subtilitas+(1) | tela+(1) | Temperance+(1) | temperantia+(1) | Thoreau+(1) | Thoreau_style+(1) | thrift+(1) | trossuli+(1) | vaunt+(2) | vaunting+(1) | vices+(2) | Virtue+(1) | virtues+(1) | Washington+(1) | Wdswth+(1) | womanish+(1)

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Seneca's Epistles Volume III

Table of Contents: | XCIII+ ON THE QUALITY, AS CONTRASTED WITH THE LENGTH, OF LIFE | XCIV+ ON THE VALUE OF ADVICE | XCV+ ON THE USEFULNESS OF BASIC PRINCIPLES | XCVI+ ON FACING HARDSHIPS | XCVII+ ON THE DEGENERACY OF THE AGE | XCVIII+ ON THE FICKLENESS OF FORTUNE | XCIX+ ON CONSOLATION TO THE BEREAVED | C+ ON THE WRITINGS OF FABIANUS | CI+ ON THE FUTILITY OF PLANNING AHEAD | CII+ ON THE INTIMATIONS OF OUR IMMORTALITY | CIII+ ON THE DANGERS OF ASSOCIATION WITH OUR FFLLOW-MEN | CIV+ ON CARE OF HEALTH AND PEACE OF MIND | CV+ ON FACING THE WORLD WITH CONFIDENCE | CVI+ ON THE CORPOREALITY OF VIRTUE | CVII+ ON OBEDIENCE TO THE UNIVERSAL WILL | CVIII+ ON THE APPROACHES TO PHILOSOPHY | CIX+ ON THE FELLOWSHIP OF WISE MEN | CX+ ON TRUE AND FALSE RICHES | CXI+ON THE VANITY OF MENTAL GYMNASTICS | CXII+ ON REFORMING HARDENED SINNERS | CXIII+ ON THE VITALITY OF THE SOUL AND ITS ATTRIBUTES | CXIV+ ON STYLE AS A MIRROR OF CHARACTER | CXV+ ON THE SUPERFICIAL BLESSINGS | CXVI+ ON SELF-CONTROL | CXVII+ ON REAL ETHICS AS SUPERIOR TO SYLLOGISTIC SUBTLETIES | CXVIII+ ON THE VANITY OF PLACE-SEEKING | CXIX+ ON NATURE AS OUR BEST PROVIDER | CXX+ MORE ABOUT VIRTUE | CXXI+ ON INSTINCT IN ANIMALS | CXXII+ ON DARKNESS AS A VEIL FOR WICKEDNESS | CXXIII+ ON THE CONFLICT BETWEEN PLEASUHE AND VIRTUE | CXXIV+ ON THE TRUE GOOD AS ATTAINED BY REASON 

Index: action+(1) | adversity+(1) | ambition+(1) | anger+(1) | cash_nexus+(1) | character+(1) | characterismon+(1) | characterization+(1) | claritas+(1) | common+(2) | conscience+(1) | consistency+(1) | contempt+(1) | Contempt+(1) | death+(1) | democracy+(1) | Dorimant+(1) | duties_list+(1) | duty+(1) | effeminacy+(2) | effeminate+(1) | elements+(1) | emotions+(2) | enemy+(1) | envy+(1) facilitatem+(1) | fear+(1) | fortitudinem+(1) | fortunate+(1) | Fortune+(4) | FORTUNE+(1) | friend+(1) | friendship+(1) | future+(2) | gloria+(1) | gloriam+(1) | glory+(2) | Glory+(1) | golden_rule+(1) | hatred+(1) | honestum+(1) | honour+(1) | hope+(1) | Hotspur+(1) | Im_Ode+(1) | integrity+(1) | Julius_Caesar+(1) | Kent+(1) | Lear+(4) | liberal+(1) | liberalitas+(1) | longevity+(1) | luck+(1) | Macbeth+(1) | madness+(1) | Man_of_Mode+(1) | manly+(1) | masks+(1) | modesty+(1) | money+(2) | Montaigne_1.301+(1) | moral_sense+(1) | mortality+(1) | neglegentia+(1) | perfect_man+(1) | PlainDealer+(6) | Pope+(1) | possession+(1) | present+(1) | property+(1) | Prospero+(2) | public_service+(1) | ragouts+(1) | reason+(1) | rumour+(1) | sensus_communis+(1) | simple+(1) | sprezzatura+(1) | sufficient_to_day+(1) | tela+(3) | temeritatem+(1) | temperans+(1) | temperantia+(1) | Thoreau+(3) | tolerantia+(1) | trust+(1) | uncertainty+(1) | virtues_list+(1) | virtuous_deeds+(1) | war+(1) | Wdswth+(1) | womanish+(3) | women+(2) 

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Plutarch's Lives Volume I

Table of Contents:  AmIot to the Readers+ | Theseus+ | Romulus+ | THESEVS/ROMULUS@ | Lycurgus+ | Numa Pompilius+ | LYCVRGVS/NUMA@ | Solon+ | Publius Valerius Publicola+ | SOLON/PUBLICOLA@ | Themistocles+ | Furius Camillus+ 

Index:  3_estates+(1) | Achilles+(1) | affable+(1) | affectation+(1) | Agincourt+(1) | ambassadour+(1) | ambition+(1) | anger+(2) | Antonio+(3) | bagpipes+(1) | Bassanio+(1) | benevolence+(1) | bleeding_heart+(1) | Brutus+(1) | cheer+(2) | Cicero+(1) | clemency+(1) | Clientes+(1) | constancie+(1) | constancy+(1) | constant+(1) | Copernicus+(1) | Cordelia+(1) | Coriolanus+(3) | cortesy+(1) | courtesy+(4) | Croesus+(1) | curiositie+(1) | curteous+(1) | curtesie+(2) | curtesie+(1) | curtesy+(1) | death+(4) | deedes+(1) | defence+(1) | defiance+(2) | defiaunce+(1) | democracy+(3) | destinie+(1) | devide_the_rule+(1) | diffidence+(1) | discipline+(1) | discreete+(1) | Edmund+(1) | Endymion+(1) | Eton+(2) | euphemisms+(1) | Excalibur+(1) | expediency+(1) | faction+(1) | factions+(1) | fairness+(1) | Falstaff+(1) | fame+(1) | favorite+(1) | flatter+(1) | flattereth+(1) | flatteries+(1) | fortitude+(2) | fortune+(6) | fortunes+(1) | friend+(1) | friendship+(1) | friendshippe+(2) | games+(1) | generosity+(2) | generous+(1) | genl_reader+(2) | gentlemanlike+(1) | give+(1) | glorie+(1) | glory+(1) | Gloucester+(1) | grace+(2) | Hal+(5) | Hamlet+(1) | happy+(1) | happy_end+(1) | hazarde+(1) | HenV+(1) | honest+(2) | honour_of_women+(1) | Hotspur+(1) | hunter_gather+(1) | husbandrie_and_tillage+(1) | instruction+(1) | Jesus+(1) | just_war+(1) | justice+(4) | justice+(1) | Keats+(1) | king_over_self+(1) | land_reform+(1) | Lear+(1) | liberalitie+(2) | liberall+(1) | liberally+(2) | longest_daye+(1) | lottery+(1) | love+(1) | love_fear+(1) | lust+(2) | magnanimitie+(2) | magnanimous+(1) | marchants+(1) | mariages+(1) | mayday+(1) | might+(1) | mob+(2) | mob+(1) | modestie+(1) | Moneta+(1) | morall_Philosophie+(1) | Moses+(1) | mourne+(1) | mourning+(1) | natural_depravity+(1) | non_nobis+(2) | Oedipus+(1) | Ostracismon+(1) | passions+(1) | peace+(2) | peaceable+(1) | Penelope+(1) | philosophers_of_INDIA+(1) | philosophie+(1) | plague+(5) | plagues+(1) | PlainDealer+(4) | plaine+(1) | Plato+(2) | posterity+(8) | presumption+(1) | promise+(1) | Prosper+(1) | public_service+(1) | purgatory+(1) | reciprocity+(1) | ring+(2) | Samson+(1) | Satan+(1) | Scaevola+(1) | service+(1) | Sidney+(1) | solitarie_life+(1) | sonne+(1) | Swift+(1) | Tarpeia+(1) | Tarqutine+(1) | temperancie+(1) | thanckefully+(1) | threshold+(1) | trade+(5) | Treasorie+(1) | tripos+(1) | Tristram+(1) | tyrannes+(1) | tyrannicide+(1) | tyrannie+(1) | tyrant+(1) | tyrranie+(1) | unilat_disarm+(1) | usurers+(1) | valliantnes+(1) | vanitie+(1) | vertue+(1) | war+(1) | wdswth+(1)

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Plutarch's Lives Volume II

Table of Contents: | PERICLES+ | FABIUS MAXIMUS+ | PERICLES AND FABIUS_+ | ALCIBIADES+ | CAIUS MARTIUS CORIOLANUS+ | ALCIBIADES AND CORIOLANUS_+ | TIMOLEON+ | PAULUS AEMILIUS+ | PAULUS AEMYLIUS AND TIMOLEON_+ | PELOPIDAS+ | MARCELLUS+ | MARCELLUS AND PELOPIDAS_+ | ARISTIDES+ 

Index: | affabilitie+(2) | affability+(1) | affable+(2) | affectation+(2) | amateur+(3) | ambition+(2) | anger+(3) | Antonio+(2) | Archimedes+(1) | Aristotle+(1) | Aristotles+(1) | Arragon+(1) | Bassanio+(3) | benefit+(3) | bleeding_hearts+(1) | bowntie+(1) | bragge+(2) | bragging+(1) | | brave_wordes+(1) | braverie+(1) | bravery+(1) | brotherhood+(1) | Brutus_I+(1) | Cato+(1) | cheer+(1) | clemencie+(2) | clemency+(2) | common+(1) | compassion+(2) | constancy+(5) | Constancy+(1) | constant+(3) | contrie+(1) | corage+(1) | Cordelia+(1) | Coriolanus+(6) | corrupted+(1) | corruption+(1) | courtesy+(1) | Cressida+(1) | Cretan_lye+(1) | Cretans_tricke+(1) | curteous+(1) | curteously+(1) | curtesie+(3) curtesies+(1)| curtesy+(2) | death+(2) | deserte+(1) | deserts+(1) | discretion+(7) | discretly+(1) | double_dealer+(1) | duety+(1) | Edmund+(3) | effeminacy+(1) | effeminate+(2) | entertain+(1) | expediency+(2) | expedient+(2) | Fabius_Maximus+(1) | Falstaff+(1) | feminine_feare+(1) | flatter+(1) | flatterie+(1) | fortune+(14) | fourteene_thousand+(1) | freedom_of_will+(1) | frende+(1) | frendshippe+(1) | friend+(1) | friendes+(1) | gay+(1) | generosity+(3) | gent+(1) | giftes+(1) | God+(1) | good_deedes+(1) | graver+(1) | gravity+(3) | guessed_page_break+(2) | habit+(1) | Hal+(14) | Hamlet+(1) | Harfleur+(9) | hazarde+(1) | HenIV+(2) | HenV+(1) | Henry4+(1) | honest+(1) | honestie+(1) | Hotspur+(5) | housedoves+(1) | humanitie+(1) | hundreds+(1) | Iacocca+(1) | ingratitude+(1) | instant+(1) | just+(1) | justice+(2) | Justice+(1) | Kent+(1) | Kingdomes+(1) | Lear+(2) | liberalitie+(1) | liberality+(1) | liberall+(1) | list+(1) | love+(2) | love_fear+(2) | | loved+(1) | lucke+(1) | lust+(1) | magnanimitie+(2) | magnificence+(2) | Martius+(1) | merciful+(1) | mercy+(1) | mob+(1) | modest+(1) | modestly+(1) | moral_purpose+(1) | naturall_affection+(1) | non_nobis+(3)| omen+(1) | optimism+(1) | Othello+(1) | pg#_guess+(2) | philosophy+(1) | plague+(1) | PlainDealer+(5) | plainer+(1) | Plato+(2) | Platoes+(1) | policie+(1) | Portia+(1) | posterity+(3) | practise+(1) | profit+(5) | profit_rejected+(1) | profitable+(1) || promise+(4) | Prospero+(6) | rage+(2) | reason+(3) | reputation+(1) | revenge+(2) | revenged+(2) | riches+(1) | risk+(1) | sacke+(1) | science+(1) | seditious+(1) | service+(2) | Shylock+(1) | skilfull_captaine+(1) | Socrates+(1) | Sodomy+(1) | still_point+(1) | stone+(1) | stowte+(1) | stowtnes+(2) | superstitious+(1) | teach+(1) | Timon+(2) | trust+(2) | tyran+(1) | tyranne+(1) | tyrans+(1) | tyrant+(2) | tyrante+(1) | userers+(1) | usthem+(1) | Venus+(1) | vertue+(3) | Virtus+(1) | war+(1) | Williams+(1) | woman+(1) | womanish+(1) | womanishe+(1) | WPA+(1) 

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Plutarch's Lives Volume III

Table of Contents: Marcus Cato+ | ARISTIDES & MARCUS CATO~ | Philopoemen+ | Titus Quintius Flaminius+| AMINIUS & PHILOPOEMEN~ | Pyrrus+ | Caius Marius+ 

Index: action+(1) | active+(1) | Angelo+(1) | anger+(4) | angered+(1) | Antonio+(1) | armor+(1) | avarice+(1) | Bardolph+(1) | benefit+(1) | benefit+(1) | brag+(1) | bragged+(1) | bragges+(1) | bucket+(1) | warres+(1) | Carneades+(1) | choler+(1) | climber+(1) | common_wealth+(1) | condescension+(1) | constancy+(2) | curteously+(1) | curtesies+(1) | deedes+(1) | double_dealing+(1) | dyed+(1) | effeminacy+(2) | effeminate+(1) | Empire+(3) | enemies+(1) | feare+(1) forlorne_hope+(1) | fortune+(4) | Coriolanus+(1) | frend+(1) | furious+(1) | fury+(1) | gifts+(1) | glory+(2) | Graces+(1) | gratitude+(1) | grave+(1) | Hal+(3) | histories+(1) | homosexuality+(1) | honor+(1) | Hotspur+(6) | humanitie+(1) | infidelity+(1) | ingratefull+(1) | ntegrity+(1) | just+(1) | justice+(3) | king+(1) | Macbeth+(1) | mad+(1) | magnanimity+(1) | mistrust+(1) | moralls+(1) | aked+(1) | pacience+(1) | pedantry+(1) | PlainDealer+(7) | plaine+(1) | plainely+(1) | pleasure+(1) | poore+(1) | prisoners+(1) | Regulus+(1) | sacke+(1) | Shylocke+(1) | simplicity+(1) | skeptic+(1) | Soothsayers+(1) | Stoicism+(1) | temperaunce+(1) | trusted+(1) | unfaithfull+(1) | usery+(1) | Venus+(1) | womanishe+(1) 

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Plutarch's Lives Volume IV

Table of Contents: Lysander+ | Sylla+ | Lysander & Sylla_+ | Cimon+ | Lucullus+ | Lucullus & Cimon_+ | Nicias+ | Crassus+ | Crassus & Nicias_+ | Sertorius+ | Eumenes+ | Sertorius & Eumenes_+ 

Index: Academy+(1) | affability+(1) | affable+(3) | ambition+(1) | Ambition+(2) | anger+(1) | Aristotle's+(1) | Atistotle+(1) | avarice+(1) | birth+(1) | Blunt+(1) | boasting+(1) | bountiful+(1) | brag+(3) | breach_of_faith+(1) | brother+(1) | Cassius+(1) | Cicero+(1) | clemency+(4) | coincidences+(1) | common+(2) | condescension+(1) | constancy+(3) | death+(1) | decimation+(1) | easiness+(1) | effeminacy+(3) | eloquence+(1) | exclusive+(1)| Falstaff+(4) | flatterers+(1) | flattering+(1) | flattery+(2) | formality+(1) | fortitude+(2) | fortunate+(1) | fortune+(6) | Fortune*+(1) | Fortune+(1) | | friendship+(1) | frugality+(1) | gifts+(1) | glory+(1) | Gloucester+(1) | good_nature+(1) | good_will+(1) | gratitude+(1) | gravity+(1) | Hal+(1) | Hamlet+(3) | Harfleur+(6) | Hen4+(1) | honest+(1) | Hotspur+(6) | inconstancy+(1) | incorrupt+(1) | interest+(2) | just+(1) | justice+(2) | Lais+(1) | lend+(1) | liberal_arts+(1) | liberality+(1) | lion_fox+(3) | love+(1) | Lucca+(1) | lucky+(1) | luxurious+(1) | luxury+(1) | Macbeth+(1) | magnanimity+(1) | magnificent+(1) | modest+(1) | money_lenders+(1) | moon+(1) | natural_philosophers+(1) | non_nobis+(1) | ostracism+(1) | pedantic+(1) | pleasure+(1) | poverty+(6) | Providence+(1) | puffed+(2) | ransom+(1) | rash+(1) | republic+(1) | Roxana+(1) | self_control+(1) | seventy+(1) | shirking+(1) | Shylock+(1) | simplicity+(1) | Socrates+(1) | Statira+(1) | stone+(1) | superciliousness+(1) | superstition+(1) | temperance+(1) | Thucydides+(1) | timorousness+(1) | tyrant+(1) | unfaithfulness+(1) | unsociable+(1) | usury+(1) | Venus+(1) | virgin_birth+(1) | voluptuousness+(1) | vulgar+(1) | wastefully+(1) | wrath+(1) | yahoo+(1) 

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Castiglione's Courtier

Index: Achilles+(2) | action+(2) |active+(2) | active_or_doing_life+(1) |Adam's_to_blame+(1) | affability+(1) |affable+(2) | Affectation+(1) |affections+(1) | affetazione+(1) |Agesilaus+(1) | Alcibiades+(1) |Alexander+(6) | amateur+(6) |amicitia+(3) | amitie+(2) |ancients+(1) | anger+(2) | Antonio+(5) | Antonius+(1) |appetite+(2) | appetites+(1) |applied+(1) | Aragon+(6) |Aristippus+(1) | Aristotle+(8) |armes+(1) | arte+(1) | auncestors+(1) | auntient+(1) |babler+(1) | baited+(1) | Barbarians+(1) | Barbary+(1) |Bassanio+(3) | Beatrice_Benedict+(1) |Bees+(2) | Belmont+(1) | benefit+(1) | benefits+(2) |benevolent+(1) | binde+(1) |boaster+(1) | Boccacio+(2) | body_members+(1) | bond+(1) |bondage+(1) | Borgia+(1) |bounde+(1) | brag+(1) |bragge+(2) | bragging+(1) |braverie+(3) | Brutus+(2) |burden+(6) | Caligula+(1) |calmenesse+(1) | Carbo+(1) | Cardinallof_Pavia+(1) | cart+(1) |Catilina+(1) | Cato+(5) |Catoes_gravitie+(1) | Catullus+(1) | Cesar+(2) | Chaucer's_knight+(1) |cheer+(2) | Cheer+(1) |chivalry+(1) | Cicero+(6) |civilitie+(1) | Civilitie+(1) |Claudius+(1) | clemency+(1) |Clemency+(1) | common+(1) |common_weales+(1) | condescension+(1) |continencie+(1) | continent+(1) |coquette+(3) | Cordelia+(5) |Cornelia+(1) | Cornwall's_servant+(1) |Cotta+(1) | courage+(7) |courtesie+(1) | Courtesie+(1) |Courtesy+(1) | Courtier+(1) |courtisie+(1) | covetous+(1) |Crassus+(2) | curiositie+(4) |Curiositie+(1) | curiousnesse+(1) |custome+(1) | Cyrus+(1) |deadly_sins+(1) | death+(1) |debt+(1) | deede+(1) | deedes+(4) | deeds+(2) |Demetrius+(1) | Demosthenes+(1) |deserts+(1) | deserve+(1) | Diaceto+(1) | disinvoltura+(1) |divine_right+(1) | dog_obeyed_in_ofice+(1) |doinges+(1) | Donne+(1) |double_standard+(1) | drawing+(1) |Duessa+(1) | duetie+(3) |dulce_utile+(1) | effemininate+(1) |ende+(1) | Ennius+(3) |Epaminondas+(2) | Eschines+(2) |Esope+(1) | Este+(1) | ex_tempore+(1) | example+(1) | expectation+(1) | Fabii+(1) |familiaritie+(1) | father+(1) | fellowship+(2) | felowship+(1) |Ferdinande+(1) | Ferrara+(3) |fidelitie+(1) | flaterer+(1) | flatterer+(2) | flatterers+(3) |flatterie+(1) | flea_in_their_eare+(1) |fortune+(8) | Friend+(1) | friende+(1) | friendship+(2) |Friers+(1) | Galba+(1) |garments+(2) | generallitie+(1) | gentleman+(1) | gift+(1) |gift_of_nature+(1) | give+(1) |glorie+(1) | glory+(3) |Gloucrsster+(1) | Gobbo+(1) |golden_age+(1) | Gonzaga+(2) |good+(2) | good_name+(1) | good_turne+(1) | Graccus+(1) |grace+(3) | grave+(1) |Greek+(1) | habite+(1) |Hamlet+(1) | hand_in_hand+(1) | handicraft+(1) | Hannibal+(1) |happe+(1) | happinesse+(1) |harmony+(1) | hazard+(1) |Henry+(1) | Henry4+(2) | Hesiodus+(1) | Historiographers+(1) |Homer+(4) | honest+(1) |honest_man+(1) | honestie+(2) |honour+(2) | Horace+(1) |Hortensius+(1) | Humanitie+(1) |Idea+(1) | ignorance+(1) |imagination+(1) | impudencie+(1) |infidels+(1) | ingratitude+(1) |Isabel+(2) | Isocrates+(1) | Jessica+(3) | jesting+(1) |judgement+(1) | justice+(5) |Kent+(2) | know_him_selfe+(1) | knowledge+(2) | Latin+(1) |Laurence_de_Medicis+(1) | Lawier+(1) |Lawiers+(2) | Lear+(3) | Lenard-Vincio+(1) | letters+(2) |liberalitie+(1) | liberall_artes+(1) |liberallitie+(1) | libertie+(2) | Livius+(1) | Loelius+(1) |love_and_feare+(1) | Luca+(1) |lucke+(1) | Lucullus+(1) |lust+(1) | Lycurgus+(1) |lying+(1) | Lysias+(1) |Magdalen+(1) | Mahumet+(1) |malapertnesse+(1) | Malvolio+(3) |manliness+(1) | Mantegna+(1) |Mantua+(4) | marchant+(1) |Marcus_Antonius+(1) | Marmaidens+(1) |maskers+(1) | meane+(2) |Measure_for_Measure+(1) | Medicis+(1) | memorye+(1) | mercie+(1) |mercy+(1) | merie_conceites+(1) |merry+(2) | Michael_Angelo+(1) | Michaelangelo+(1) | miles_gloriosus+(1) |Miranda+(1) | mirth+(1) |modest+(1) | Modest+(1) | modestie+(3) | Monarchy+(1) |Montefeltro+(1) | morall_Philosopher+(1) |Musicke+(1) | name+(1) |natural_virtue+(1) | nboblesse-unnecessary+(1) |nette+(1) | noblenesse+(1) |noblesse- oblige+(1) | Octavia+(1) |office+(1) | Officiis+(4) |Oratours+(1) | othes+(1) | Ovid+(1) | Panetius+(1) |Paris+(1) | Parliament+(1) |passion+(1) | passions+(2) |patience+(1) Paul+(1) | Paule+(1) | Paulus+(1) |peace_corrupts+(1) | pearce+(1) |pedantry+(1) | perfect_commune_weale+(1) |perfect_Courtier+(1) | perfect_king+(1) |perfect_Oratour+(1) | Petrarca+(1) |Petrarch+(1) | Philip+(1) |Philosophers_schooles+(1) |Phisitions+(1) | Pigmalion+(1) |Pilot+(1) | PlainDealer+(10) |plaine+(1) | Plato+(11) |Platonic_love+(4) | Plautus+(1) |Plotinus+(1) | Plutarch+(1) |Poets+(1) | Politian+(1) |Polonius+(3) | Pompeius+(1) |Porcia+(1) | Portia+(1) | posteritie+(1) | posterity+(1) |practise+(1) | Prelates+(1) |profit+(1) | profitable+(1) | Prometheus+(1) | Prospero+(2) |Pylades_and_Orestes+(1) | quiet+(1) | quietnesse+(1) | Raphael+(2) |Raphaelles+(1) | reason+(1) |Rechlesnesse+(1) | recklessnesse+(1) | Recklessnesse+(1) | rewarde+(1) |rewarding+(1) | Richard3+(1) |ring+(4) | ripenesse+(1) | Romolatry+(1) | rovers+(1) | Saint_Francis+(1) | Salomon+(1) |Salust+(1) | Scipio+(2) | Scipio_Africanus+(1) | self_criticism+(1) |Seneca+(2) | servant+(1) |shame+(1) | Shylock+(4) | Silius+(1) | simplicitie+(2) |simply+(1) | slavery+(1) |Socrates+(7) | solace+(1) |Spaine+(1) | spies+(1) |sprezzatura+(3) | Stagira+(1) | staiednesse+(1) | stedfastnesse+(2) |Stoikes+(1) | Strozzi+(1) |Sulpitius+(1) | superstitious+(1) |Sylla+(1) | Tacitus+(2) |temperance+(2) | temperate+(1) |Themistocles+(1) | Themistoeles+(1) |Theophrastus+(1) | Theseus_and_Perithous+(1) |Tirant+(1) | trade+(1) |troth+(1) | Troy+(1) |trust+(1) | truth+(3) | Tullius+(1) | Tully+(1) |tyrannicall+(1) | tyrannicide+(1) |Tyranny+(1) | tyrant+(1) |tyrants+(1) | Tyrants+(2) |Ulisses+(1) | unity_of_virtues+(1) |untemperate+(1) | Varro+(1) |vertue+(5) | vertues+(1) |Virgill+(4) | virtue_education+(1) |virtue_learned+(1) | virtue_teaching+(1) | virtues_list+(11) | wavering+(1) |wisdom+(1) | wisedom+(4) |wit+(1) | wit_and_judgement+(1) | womanish+(2) | wordes+(2) |worthy+(1) | Wyf+(1) |Xenophon+(3)

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Erasmus's Education of a Christian Prince

TABLE OF CONTENTS: I+. THE QUALITIES, EDUCATION, AND SIGNIFICANCE OF A CHRISTIAN PRINCE] | | II+.THE PRINCE MUST AVOID FLATTERERS+ | III+. THE ARTS OF PEACE | IV+ ON TRIBUTES AND TAXES | V+. ON THE BENEFICENCES OF THE PRINCE | VI+. ON ENACTING OR EMENDING LAWS | VII+. ON MAGISTRATES AND THEIR FUNCTIONS | VIII+ ON TREATIES | IX+ ON THE MARRIAGE ALLIANCES OF PRINCES | X+. ON THE OCCUPATIONS OF THE PRINCE IN PEACE | XI+ ON BEGINNING WAR | 

INDEX: Achilles+(1) | affability+(2) | affable+(5) | AFFABLE+(1) | affected+(1) | alactrity+(1) | alertness+(1) | Alexander+(1) | allegorically+(1) | ambition+(1) | ambitions+(1) | Antoninus_Pius) |+(1) | Aristotle+(1) | boaster+(1) | burden+(1) | Caesar+(1) | Caliban+(1) | Cassio+(1) | Cicero+(3) | Cinna+(1) | clemency+(1) | commonwealth+(1) | contracts+(1) | counsel+(1) | Cyrus+(1) | Darius+(1) | Death+(1) | deeds+(2) | difficult+(1) | effeminacy+(3) | effeminate+(2) | emblem+(3) | example+(1) | expediency+(6) | Fabius_Maximus+(1) | Falstaff+(1) | father+(1) | Father+(1) | fear+(2) | flatterers+(8) | FLATTERERS+(1) | flattery+(4) | fortunate+(1) | fortune's+(1) | fortune+(6) | fountain+(1) | friend_judge+(1) | friendship+(1) | glorious_deeds+(1) | glory+(2) | good_deeds+(1) | good_faith+(2) | good_man+(1) | gratitude+(1) | great_book+(1) | Hal+(11) | Henv+(5) | Herodotus+(1) | historians+(1) | history+(2) | honor+(2) | honorable+(1) | horse+(1) | idleness+(1) | immortal_good+(1) | justice+(3) | Kent+(2) | Lear+(10) | Lipsius+(1) | list+(3) | Lives+(1) | love+(2) | love_fear+(2) | lower_classes+(1) | magnanimity+(1) | mere_woman+(1) | monasteries+(1) | Off+(7) | Offices+(1) | onus+(9) | outsider+(1) | Phaeton+(1) | physician+(1) | Plato's_cave+(1) | Plato+(1) | Plutarch+(1) | pragmatism+(1) | Prospero+(2) | public_buildings+(1) | quickly+(1) | reason+(1) | responsibilities+(1) | reward+(1) | riches+(1) | riot+(1) | Seneca+(5) | Shylock+(1) | storms+(1) | temperance+(1) | theologian+(1) | trade+(1) | tyrant+(7) | tyrants+(1) | Vengeance+(1) | vice_list+(1) | virtue+(2) | virtuelist+(2) | virtues+(1) | war+(2) | Williams+(1) | wrath+(2) | wrathful+(1) | Xenophon+(2) | Xerxes+(1) | 

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Elyot's Governour

Table of Contents : INSCRIPTION+ | INTRODUCTION+ | WORKS+ | PROHEME+ | GLOSSARY+
 
 

THE FIRSTE+ BOKE

1.I+ The significacion of a publike weale, and why it is called in latyne Respublica | 1.II+ That one souaraigne gouernour ought to be in a Publike 0weale, and what damage hath hapned by lackyng one soueraygne gouernour. | 1.III+ That in a publyke weale oughte to be inferior gouernours called magistratis | 1.IV+ The education or fourme of bryngynge up the chylde of a gentilman, which is to haue auctorite in the publike weale | 1.V+ The ordre of lernynge before the child cometh to thage of vii yeres | 1.VI+ Whan a Tutour shuldo be Prouided, and what shall appertaine to his office | 1.VII+ ln what wyse musike may be to a noble man necessary | 1.VIII+ That it is commendable in a gentilman to paynte or harue exactely, if nature do therto induce hym | 1.IX+ What exacts diligence shulde be in chosinge of maisters | 1.X+ What order shulde be in lerninge and which autours shulde be first radde | 1.XI+ The mooste necessarie studies succedynge the lesson of Poetes | 1.XII+ Why gentyllmen in this present time be nat equall in doctrine to the auncient noble men | 1.XIII+ The seconde and thirde decaye of lerninge | 1.XIV+ Howe the studentes in the lawes ot this realme may take excellent commoditie by the lessons of sondry doctrines | 1.XV+ The causes why in Englande be fewe perfecte schole maisters | 1.XVI+ Of sondrye fourmes of exercise necessarye for a gentilman | 1.XVII+ Exercises whereof cometh both recreation and Profite | 1.XVIII+ The auncient huntyng of Greekes Romanoe and Persianes | 1.XIX+ That all daunsinge is nat to be reproued | 1.XX+ The fyrst begynny-ng of daunsyng and the olde estimation therof | 1.XXI+ Wherefore in the good ordre of daunsynge a man and a woman do daunse together | 1.XXII+ How daunsing may be an introduction into the fyrst morall vertue, called Prudence | 1.XXIII+ Of Pidence and industrie | 1.XXIV+ Of Circumspection | 1.XXV+ Of election, experience, and modestie | 1.XXVI+ of other exercyses whiche, moderately used, be to euery astate of man expedient | 1.XXVII+ That shotyng in a longe bowe is Principall of all other exercises 

THE SECONDE+ BOKE

2.I+ What thing he that is elected to be a gouernour of a publyke weale ought to premeditate. | 2.II+ What Maiestie is. | 2.III+ Of apparaile belongynge to a gouernour or great counsaylour | 2.IV+ What very nobilitie is V+ Of affabilitie and the utilitie therof | 2.VI+ How noble a vertue placabilite is | 2.VII+ That a gouernoure oughte to be Mercylull and the diuersitie betwene mercy and vayne pitie | 2.VIII+ Thre princypall Partes of Humanytie | 2.IX+ Of what excellence beneuolence is | 2.X+ Of beneficence and liberalitie | 2.XI+ The true definition of amitie and between what Persons it hapneth | 2.XII+ The wonderffull historye ot Titus and Gisypp us, wherin is the ymage of perfecte amitie | 2.XIII+ The dyuision of Ingratitude and the dispraise therof | 2.XIV+ The election of frendes and the diuersitie of flaterers. 

THE THIRDE+ BOKE

| 3.I+ Of the most excellent vertue named iustyce | 3.II+ The fyrste parte of ustyce dystrybutyfe s | 3.III+ The thre notable counsailes of Reason, Societie, and knowlege | 3.IV+ Of Fraude and deceyte, whiche be agayne Justyce | 3.V+ That Justyce oughte to be betwene ennemyes | 3.VI+ Of f aythe called in latyne Fides. | 3.VII+ Of promise and couenaunt and of what importaunce othes were in olde tyme | 3.VIII+ Ot the noble vertue Fortitude, and the two extremityes thereof audacitie and tymerositie | 3.IX+ In what actis fortitude is | 3.X+ Of Paynefulnesse a compamion of Fortitude | 3.XI+ Of the faire vertue Pacience, and the true definition thereof | 3.XII+ Of pacyence in sustaynynge wronges and rebukes | 3.XIII+ Of repulse or hynderaunce of promotion | 3.XIV+ Of magnanimitie, whiche maye be named valyaunt courage | 3.XV+ Of obstinacie, a familiare vice folowynge magnanimitie | 3.XVI+ Of a parillous vice called ambition | 3.XVII+ The true signification of abstinence and continence | 3.XVIII+ Examples of Continence gyuen by noble men | 3.XIX+ Of constaunce called also stabilitie | 3.XX+ The trewe sygnificacyon of Temperaunce | 3.XXI+ Of moderation a spice ot Temperaunce | 3.XXII+ Of Moderation in diete called sobrietie | 3.XXIII+ Of sapience, and the definition therof | 3.XXIV+ The trewe signifycation ol understandyng | 3.XXV+ Of experience precedynge our tyme, with a defence of histories | 3.XXVI+ The experience necessarys for the persone of euery gouernour | 3.XXVII+ Of detraction and the image therof made by Apelies the noble paintour | 3.XXVIII+ Of Consultation and Counsayle, and in what forme they ought to be used | 3.XXIX+ The principall considerations to be in euery consultation | 3.XXX+ The seconde consideration with the conclusion of this warke. 

Index: ambition+(2) | amitie+(1) | anger+(2) | angry+(1) | Antonio+(2) | auarice+(1) | Bee+(1) | Belmont+(1) | beneficence+(1) | benefite+(1) | beneuolence+(1) | Beneuolence+(1) | benignitie+(1) | body_analogy+(1) | Brutus+(1) | Caliban+(2) | charitie+(1) | common+(2) | commune+(1) | commune_astate+(1) | corage+(1) | Coriolanus+(1) | counsel+(2) | courage+(7) | debt+(1) | disposition_of_the_gyuer+(1) | Edgar+(1) | effeminacy+(1) | Erasmus+(1) | Esopes_fables+(1) | example+(1) | flatered+(1) | flaterye+(1) | forget+(2) | fortitude+(1) | Fortitude+(1) | fortune+(3) | frankness+(1) | frenche+(1) | frende+(1) | frendeship+(1) | frendship+(1) | furie+(2) | fury+(2) | gender+(2) | gentilmen+(1) | gentilnes+(1) | gentilnesse+(1) | gentleman+(1) | gentyll_man+(1) | Georgikes+(1) | glorie+(1) | Gonzalo+(1) | good_tourne+(1) | gratitude+(1) | gyuynge+(1) | Hal+(5) | Hamlet+(1) | harmony+(1) | history&virtue+(1) | Homer+(2) | horse+(1) | Iago+(5) | indifferently+(1) | ingratitude+(1) | Ingratitude+(1) | ire+(1) | Kent+(2) | king_of_self+(1) | Lear+(9) | Lecherie+(1) | lerning+(1) | lette+(1) | liberalitie+(2) | liberte_of_speche+(1) | loue+(3) | love+(1) | loyaltie+(1) | lucre+(1) | man_of_honour+(1) | maners+(1) | merit+(1) | mirrour+(1) | modesty+(1) | moralization_of_the_chesse+(1) | morall+(1) | nil_admirari+(1) | oratours+(1) | pacience+(1) | pacient+(1) | patriotism+(3) | pedantry+(1) | philosophy+(1) | PlainDealer+(3) | Plato+(1) | playne+(1) | policie+(1) | politike+(1) | Pope+(1) | Portia+(3) | Prospero+(5) | prudent+(1) | reason+(3) | Regulus+(1) | rhetoriciens+(1) | Rhetorike+(1) | ripe+(1) | Rome-olatry+(1) | Rome+(1) | Seneca+(3) | Shylock+(3) | simplicitie+(3) | Socrates+(1) | Timon+(3) | Tollerantia+(1) | trust+(3) | Tulli+(1) | tyrant+(1) | tyrantes+(1) | usthem+(4) | vengeaunce+(1) | Vir+(1) | Virgil+(1) | virtue/prosperity+(1) | virtues+(2) | women+(1) | wordes+(1) | wrathe+(2) | Wyf_of_Bath+(1) 

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Montaigne's Essays Volume I

Table of Contents: 1.I+ By divers Meanes men come unto a like End | 1.II+ Of Sadnesse or Sorrowe | 1.III+ Our Affections are transported beyond our selves | 1.IV+ How the Soule dischargeth her Passions upon false objects, when the true faile it | 1.V+ Whether the Captaine of a Place Besieged ought to sallie forth to Parlie | 1.VI+ That the Houre of Parlies is dangerous | 1.VII+ That our Intention judgeth our Actions | 1.VIII+ Of Idlenesse | 1.IX+ Of Lyers | 1.X+ Of Readie or Slow Speech | 1.XI+ Of Prognostications | 1.XII+ Of Constancie | 1.XIII+ Of Ceremonies in the enterview of Kings | 1.XIV+ Men are punished by too-much opiniating themselves in a place without reason | 1.XV+ Of the punishment of Cowardise | 1.XVI+ A tricke of certaine Ambassadors | 1.XVII+ Of Feare | 1.XVIII+ That we should not judge of our Happinesse untill after our Death | 1.XIX+ That to Philosophise is to learn how to die | 1.XX+ On the force of Imagination | 1.XXI+ The profit of one man is the dammage of another | 1.XXII+ Of customs, and how a received law should not easily be changed | 1.XXIII+ Divers events from one selfsame counsell | 1.XXIV+ Of Pedantisme | 1.XXV+ Of the Institution and Education of Children; to the Ladie Diana of Foix, Countesse of Gurson | 1.XXVI+ It is follie to referre Truth or Falsehood to our sufficiencie | 1.XXVII+ Of+ Friendship | 1.XXVIII+ Nine and twentie Sonnets of Steven de la Boetie, to the Lady of Grammont, Countesse of Guisson | 1.XXIX+ Of Moderation | 1.XXX+ Of the Caniballes | 1.XXXI+ That a Man ought soberly to meddle with judging of Divine Lawes | 1.XXXII+ To avoid Voluptuousnesse in regard of Life | 1.XXXIII+ That Fortune is oftentimes met withall in pursuit of Reason | 1.XXXIV+ Of a Defect in our Policies | 1.XXXV+ Of the Use of Apparell | 1.XXXVI+ Of Cato the younger y | 1.XXXVII+ How we weepe and laugh at one selfe-same thing | 1.XXXVIII+ Of Solitarinesse | 1.XXXIX+ A consideration upon Cicero | 1.XL+ That the taste of Goodsor Evils doth greatly depend on the opinion we have of them | 1.XLI+ That a Man should not communicate his Glorie | 1.XLII+ Of the Inequalitie that is betweene us | 1.XLIII+ Of Sumptuarie Lawes, or Lawes for moderating of Expenses | 1.XLIV+ Of Sleeping | 1.XLV+ Of the Battell of Dreux | 1.XLVI+ Of Names | 1.XLVII+ Of the uncertaintie of our Judgement | 1.XLVIII+ Of Steeds, called in French Destriers | LIX Of ancient Customes | 1.L+ Of Democritus and Heraclitus | 1.LI+ Of the Vanitie of Words | 1.LII+ Of the Parcimonie of our Forefathers | 1.LIII+ Of a saying of Caesar | 1.LIV+ Of vaine Subtlities, or subtill Devices | 1.LV+ Of Smels and Odors | 1.LVI+ Of Praiers and Orisons | 1.LVII+ Of age 

Index: active_life+(1) | acts_words+(1) | advice+(1) | Alexander+(1) | ambition+(2) | Antonio+(4) | appetites+(1) | Aristides+(1) | Aristotles+(1) | artscrafts+(1) | avarice+(1) | Barnardine+(1) | Bassanio+(2) | beneficence+(1) | benefit+(1) | Boromeus+(1) | Brutus+(2) | businesse+(1) | Cato+(2) | CATO+(1) | caution+(1) | ceremonies+(1) | Chris+(1) | CICERO+(1) | common+(1) | compassion+(1) | constancie+(2) | constancy+(1) | Cordelia+(2) | courage+(2) | courtesie+(1) | culture_binding+(1) | danger+(1) | death+(4) | Death+(1) | deconstruction+(1) | decorum+(1) | degree+(1) | devoire+(1) | die_well+(1) | discretion+(1) | Donne+(1) | economics_rules+(1) | effeminate+(1) | Emerson+(2) | Epictetus+(1) | equality+(1) | esteem+(1) | examples+(2) | expediency+(1) | faces+(1) | Falstaff+(1) | flatterer+(1) | fop+(1) | fortune+(12) | Fortune+(1) | FORTUNE+(1) | fortunes+(1) | freedom+(1) | friendship+(2) | gent+(1) | gift+(1) | glorie+(1) | GLORIE+(1) | Gloucester+(1) | Gonzalo+(2) | good_counsell+(1) | grace+(1) | gratitude+(1) | Gullivers_Travels+(1) | Hal+(1) | Hamlet+(1) | hazard+(1) | honestie+(1) | Honesty+(1) | honour+(2) | Honour+(1) ) | honourable+(1) | Hotspur+(3) | Houyhouyhnms+(3) | human_nature+(1) | humanity+(1) | hunter_gatherer+(2) | inconstancie+(1) | ingratitude+(1) | justice+(1) | Kent+(3) | LaRocheoucault+(1) | Lawyers+(1) | Lear+(12) | Lelius+(1) | liberal_arts+(3) | liberality+(1) | liberall_Sciences+(1) | libertie_against_Tyrants+(1) | list_of_vices+(2) | Macbeth+(1) | magnanimitie+(1) | martiall_man+(1) | memorie+(1) | Merchant+(1) | meritocracy+(1) | modestie+(1) | non_nobis+(1) | objectivity+(2) | offence+(1) | offices_of_friendship+(1) | pardon+(1) | passions+(1) | patience+(1) | pedant+(1) | Pedant+(1) | perfect_friend+(1) | Phocion+(1) | PlainDealer+(13) | plaine_English+(1) | Platoes+(1) | Plutark+(1) | Plutarke+(2) | Polonius+(1) | Pope+(4) | Portia+(2) | Prospero+(12) | Prospero_dream+(1) | protestantism+(1) | prudence+(1) | publike_good+(2) | quarrell+(1) | rationalization+(1) | reason+(1) | reciprocall+(1) | reputation+(2) | Republic+(1) | | revenge+(3) | Romane+(1) | Scipio+(1) | selfcriticism+(1) | Seneca+(3) | Shylock+(4) | Sidney+(1) | simple+(1) | simplicitie+(2) | simplicity+(1) | skeptic+(1) | Smiley+(1) | societie+(1) | soule+(1) | sprezzatura+(4) | Stoicks+(1) | Stone+(1) | Struldbrugs+(1) | temperance+(1) | Tempest+(2) | Thoreau+(1) | Timon+(1) | trades+(1) | trust+(1) | trusting+(1) | tyranny+(1) | tyrant+(1) | usthem+(9) | virtues_list_of+(1) | voluntarie_servitude+(1) | Voluntary_Servitude+(1) | voluptuousnesse+(1) | war+(1) | wit+(1) | wit_and_judgement+(1) | word+(1) | word_and_bond+(1)

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Montaigne's Essays Volume II

Table of Contents: 2.I+ Of the inconstancie of our Actions | 2.II+ Of Drunkennesse | 2.III+ A Custome of the Ile of Cea | 2.IV+ To-morrow is a New Day | 2.V+ Of Conscience | 2.VI+ Of Exercise or Practice | 2.VII+ Of the Recompenses or Rewards of Honour | 2.VIII+ Of the Affections of Fathers to their Children: To the Lady of Estissac | 2.IX+ Of the Parthians Armes | 2.X+ Of Bookes | 2.XI+ Of Crueltie | 2.XII+ An Apologie of Raymond Sebond | 2.XIII+ Of Judging of others' Death | 2.XIV+ How that our Spirit hindereth itself | 2.XV+ That our Desires are encreased by Difficultie | 2.XVI+ Of Glory | 2.XVII+ Of Presumption | 2.XVIII+ Of giving the Lie | 2.XIX+ Of the Liberty of Conscience | 2.XX+ We taste nothing purely | 2.XXI+ Against Idlenesse, or doing Nothing | 2.XXII+ Of Running Posts, or Couriers+ | 2.XXIII+ Of Bad Meanes emploied to a Good End | 2.XXIV+ Of the Roman Greatnesse | 2.XXV+ How a Man should not Counterfeit to be Sicke | 2.XXVI+ Of Thumbs | 2.XXVII+ Cowardize the Mother of Cruelty | 2.XXVIII+ All Things have their Season | 2.XXIX+ Of Vertue | 2.XXX+ Of a Monstrous Child | 2.XXXI+ Of Anger and Choler | 2.XXXII+ A Defence of Seneca. and Plutarke | 2.XXXIII+ The Historie of Spurina | 2.XXXIV+ Observations concerning the meanes to warre after the maner of Julius Caesar | 2.XXXV+ Of Three Good Women | 2.XXXVI+ Of the Worthiest and Most Excellent Men | 2.XXXVII+ Of the Resemblance betweene Children and Fathers | 2.XXXVIII+ To my Lady of Duras 

Index: Aesopes+(1) | Agincourt+(1) | Alcibiades+(1) | Alexander+(1) | Amadis+(1) | amateur+(3) | amitie+(1) | ancient_Authors+(1) | ancients+(4) | Androclus+(1) | anger+(1) | ANGER+(1) | animal_rationis+(1) | Antonio+(5) | Antonius+(1) | Aristotle+(2) | benefit+(1) | boaster+(2) | boasting+(1) | Bocace+(1) | bourgeois_individualism+(1) | braggard+(1) | Brutus+(5) | Caesar+(2) | Caesars+(1) | canibales+(1) | carelessness+(1) | carelessnesse+(1) | Cato+(3) | Catoes+(1) | choler+(1) | Cicero+(4) | clemencie+(1) | Clitus+(1) | colonialism+(1) | common+(5) | common_sort+(1) | common_wealths+(1) | conquest_of_the_Indias+(1) | Constable+(1) | constancie+(7) | constancy+(2) | constant+(1) | Coriolanus+(1) | covetousnesse+(1) | curiosity+(1) | Dante+(1) | death+(6) | DEATH+(1) | deeds+(2) | die_well+(1) | diffidence+(2) | diffident+(1) | divinations+(1) | doe+(1) | Donne+(1) | doubt+(1) | EBWhite+(1) | effeminacy+(1) | effeminate+(1) | Epaminondas+(2) | Epictetus+(2) | Epicurean_sect+(1) | fidelitie+(1) | fidelity+(1) | flatterer+(1) | flattery+(1) | Fortitude+(1) | fortune+(7) | Fortune+(3) | friend+(1) | Froissard+(1) | gentle+(1) | gentleman+(1) | glorie+(2) | glory+(2) | GLORY+(1) | Gloucester+(2) | goodnesse+(1) | grace+(1) | gracefulnes+(1) | gratitude+(1) | Greeke_books+(1) | Gulliver+(1) | Gyges+(1) | Hal+(2) | Hamlet+(1) | Hemingway+(1) | honest+(1) | honestie+(2) | honesty+(2) | honour+(3) | Hotspur+(2) | humilitie+(1) | ignorance=bliss+(1) | incivilitie+(1) | innocencie+(1) | Instabilitie+(1) | integrity+(1) | intellectual_snobbery+(1) | Justice+(1) | Kent+(6) | Koffka+(1) | Kurtz+(2) | Lacedemonian+(1) | Laputa+(1) | lawyer+(1) | lawyers+(2) | Lawyers+(1) | Lear+(3) | letters+(1) | lie+(1) | Lipsius+(1) | list+(1) | list_of_virtues+(2) | low_esteem+(1) | lowlinesse+(1) | Lucan+(1) | Lucretius+(1) | lust+(1) | lying+(1) | Machiavels+(1) | magnanimitie+(2) | Major+(1) | military+(1) | military_vocation+(1) | Milton+(1) | moderation+(1) | modesty+(2) | morality_of_history+(1) | my_Seneca+(1) | negligence+(1) | Nil_admirari+(1) | noble_savage+(2) | non_nobis+(1) | obey+(1) | old_age+(1) | original_sin+(1) | otherphobia+(1) | Ovid+(1) | passion+(1) | passions+(1) | peasant+(1) | peasant_stand_up+(1) | pedants+(1) | PlainDealer+(26) | plaine_French+(1) | Plautus+(1) | Plutarch+(1) | Plutark+(1) | Plutarke+(3) | PLUTARKE+(2) | Pompey+(1) | Pope+(6) | promise+(1) | proper_study+(2) | property+(1) | Prospero+(1) | publike_offices+(1) | pusillanimitie+(1) | Rabelais+(1) | reason+(1) | reciprocity+(1) | reputation+(3) | revenge+(3) | rightist+(1) | savage+(1) | Scipio+(2) | selfcrit+(1) | selfcriticism+(1) | Seneca+(3) | SENECA+(1) | service+(1) | Shylock+(1) | simplicitie+(5) | simplicities+(1) | simplicity+(2) | society+(1) | Socrates+(5) | Spaniards+(1) | sprezzatura+(2) | Stoicall+(1) | stoicism+(1) | Stoicke+(2) | Stoickes+(1) | Stoike+(1) | Stoikes+(1) | sufferance+(1) | temperance+(1) | Terence+(1) | tyrant+(1) | tyrants+(1) | Tyrants+(1) | unilateral_disarmament+(1) | usthem+(11) | valour+(1) | Varro+(2) | Ventidius+(1) | Venus+(1) | vertue+(1) | Vertue+(1) | Virgil+(1) | Virtue+(1) | virtue_own_reward+(2) | war+(1) | warre+(4) | WARRE+(1) | wdswth+(1) | wheel+(1) | words+(1) | Wordsworth+(1) | Yahoo+(8)

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Montaigne's Essays Volume III

Table of Contents: 3.I+ Of Profit and Honesty | 3.II+ Of Repenting | 3.III+ Of Three Commerces or Societies 3.IV+ Of Diverting and Diversions | 3.V+ Upon some Verses of Virgil | 3.VI+ Of Coaches | 3.VII+ Of the Incommoditie of Greatnesse | 3.VIII+ Of the Art of Conferring | 3.IX+ Of Vanitie3.X+ How one ought to governe his Will | 3.XI+ Of the Lame or Crippel | 3.XII+ Of Phisiognomy | 3.XIII+ Of Experience 

Index: 1560+(1) |1582_age_49+(1) |1585_age_52+(1) | 60sradical+(1) |action+(1) |amateur+ (1) |ambition+(2) |amitie+(2) | amity+(1) |ancients_moderns+(1) |anger+(2) |Antonio+(2) |avarice+(1) |bashfulnesse+(1) |Bassanio+(1) |benefit+ (3) |benefits+(1) |Benefits+(1) |blabbing+(2) |boasting+(1) |Brutus+(3) |Burke+(3) |Caesar+(1) |Caliban+(3) |carelesnesse+(3) |careless+(1) | carelesse+(1) |Cato+(2) |Catoes+(1) |cheere+(1) |clemency+(1) |common+(3) |common_places+(1) |constancie+(1) |constancy+(2) |contract+(1) |Cordelia+ (5) |Cornwall+(1) |courage+(1) |courtesie+(1) |cowardice+(1) |cruelty+(1) |Cuckold+(1) |death+(10) |Death+(2) |dialectic+(1) |diffidence+(7) | diffident+(1) |discretion+(1) |dissolution+(1) |Donne+(1) |Dorimant+(1) |duel+(1) |effeminate+(1) |Eliot+(1) |empire+(1) |Epictetus+(1) |Eton+(1) |exemples+(1) |expenditure+(1) |family+(1) |Faulkner+(1) |feminism+(1) |flies+(2) |foppery+(1) | formalities+(1) |fortitude+(1) |fortuna+(1) | fortune+(10) |Fortunes+(1) |Freud+(1) |friend+(4) |friendship+(2) |gentlenesse+(1) |gift+(3) |give+(1) |glory+(2) |goodnesse+(1) |grace_of_God+ (1) |gratitude+(1) |Gratitude+(1) |Hal+(10) |history+(1) |honest_man+(1) |honestie+(1) |honor+(2) |honour+(5) |Hotspur+(4) |Iago+(1) |ingenuity+ (1) |innocency+(1) |innovation+(1) |instructions+(1) |interpretations+(1) |justice+(1) |Kent+(3) |king+(1) |King+(1) |kings_duty+(1) |Laputa+(1) | law+(3) |Lawes+(1) |lawing+(1) |lawyers+(1) |Lawyers+(1) |Lear+(6) |learning+(1) |liberality+(2) |licentiousnesse+(1) |list+(1) |love+(2) | magnificence+(1) |Mahomet+(1) |man_of_honor+(1) |manly+(1) |marriage+(2) |military+(1) |Millamant+(1) |mirth+(1) |Man_of_Mode+(1) |modestie+(1) | money+(2) |Mrs_Frail+(1) |nature+(1) |nobilitie+(2) |Non_nobis+(1) |obligation+(1) |Oswald+(1) |ought+(1) |Pages+(1) |patience+(1) |peasant+(1) | plague+(1) |PlainDealer+(19) |plaine+(1) |Plaine_wordes+(1) |plainely+(1) |plainenesse+(1) |Plutarch+(1) |Plutark+(2) |Pompey+(2) |Pope+(1) | posterity+(2) | potlach+(1) |profit+(1) |promise+(1) |Prospero+(1) |public_serevice+(1) |publike_societie+(1) |purged+(1) |Regulus+(1) |reputation+(1) | revenge+(1) |Revenge+(1) |revolution+(1) |ring+(1) |Rome+(3) |royal_duty+(1) | selfcrit+(1) |Seneca+(1) |service+(2) |sexism+(1) |Shylock+(2) | simple+(3) |simplicitie+(1) |simplicity+(3) |sociall+(1) |Socrates+(3) |Souldier+(1) |sprezzatura+(1) |stoicism_pays+(1) |stone_arch+(3) |Swift+(1) | Thoreau+(1) |trueth+(1) |trust+(2) |usthem+(7) |utility+(1) |valor+(1) |valour+(1) |VANITIE+(1) |Venus+(1) |Vertue+(1) |warlike+(1) | wel_borne+(1) | wit+(1) |word+(1) |Yahoo+(2) 

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James I's Basilikon Doron

Table of Contents:THE ARGUMENT+ | TO HENRY MY DEAREST SONNE+ | TO THE READER+ | OF A KINGS CHRISTIAN DVETIE TOWARDS GOD+ | OF A KINGS DVETIE IN HIS OFFICE+. | OF A KINGS BEHAVIOVR IN INDIFFERENT+ THINGS. 

Index: aduice+(1) | affability+(1) | affable+(1) | amateur+(2) | amitie+(1) | Anabaptists+(1) | anger+(1) | Antonio+(2) | bastard+(1) | benefits+(1) | burthen+(1) | Cardinall_vertues+(1) | cheere+(1) | chesse+(1) | clemencie+(1) | Clemencie+(1) | compassion+(1) | Constancie+(1) | contemplation+(1) | Cordelia+(1) | courage+(1) | courtesies+(1) | death+(1) | deeds+(1) | deeds_words+(1) | Democracie+(1) | deserts+(1) | Edmund+(1) | effeminate+(1) | Falstaff+(1) | father+(1) | fatherly_loue+(1) | Fathers+(1) | Flatterie+(1) | flattering+(1) | fortitude+(1) | Fortunae+(1) | friendship+(2) | grace+(1) | Gunnes+(1) | Hal+(2) | hazard+(1) | histories+(1) | honest+(2) | Humilitie+(1) | ingratitude+(1) | instruction+(1) | iust_quarrels+(1) | iustice+(1) | Iustice+(1) | just_war+(1) | justice_mercy+(1) | king_over_self+(1) | Lear+(2) | liberal_arts+(1) | Liberalitie+(1) | liberall+(1) | liberall_artes+(1) | louing+(1) | Magnanimitie+(1) | mean_extreme+(1) | Merchants+(1) | merrinesse+(1) | moderation+(1) | neighbours+(1) | noble_blood+(1) | obligation+(1) | oblige+(1) | office+(1) | open+(1) | order+(1) | passion+(1) | pedant+(1) | PlainDealer+(6) | plaine+(7) | plaine_and_single+(1) | plainenesse+(1) | Plainly+(1) | plainnest+(1) | poore+(1) | Portia+(1) | precise+(2) | promise+(1) | Prospero+(3) | puritanes+(1) | Puritanes+(1) | Republicke+(1) | Roman_Christian+(1) | self_criticism+(1) | Shylock+(1) | Stoic+(1) | stoic_unfeeling+(1) | Stoicke+(1) | sufficient_unto_day+(1) | three_Kingdomes+(1) | Timon+(1) | Tyran+(1) | Tyrant+(1) | Tyrants+(1) | usthem+(1) | vtile_dulci+(1) | wrath+(1) | Wyf+(1) 

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Sidney's New Arcadia Book I

Index: action+ <49> <52> | beloved_of_the_people+ <60> | benefit+ <6> <10> | compassion+ <6> | constancy+ <27> <30> <49> <44> <104> | constant+ <52> | coquette+ <91> | courteous+ <61> | courtesy+ <12> <110> | credit+ <9> | Cyrano+ <62> | deed+ <27> | deeds+ <74> | discretion_valor+ <35> | doing_well+ <40> | effeminacy+ <70> | effeminate+ <72> | Elizabeth+ <60> | Enjoying+ <75> | fellowship+ <54> | fortune+ <22> |friends+<9> | friendship+ <5><6> <8><28><46> <47> <63> <48><76> <78> <92> | fury+ <34> | glorious+ <73> | glory+ <16> | goodwill+ <9> | gratefulness+ <47> <92> | Hamlet+ <53> | histories+<35> | hospitality+ <9><26> <107> | humanity+ <6> | injury'+ <6> | justice+ <16> <21> | Lear+ <65> <21> | love_of_the_people+ <60> | lust+ <71> | magnificence+ <12> | magnificent+ <27> | modesty+ <50> <28> | mourning+ <33> | mutual+ <11> | nobis+ <40> | obligation+ <13> | peace+ <11> <24> <34>|PlainDealer+ <12><14><16> <47> <103> | plainness+ <116> <19> | Plato+ <70> | posterity+ <5> <67> | proper_study+ <49> | queen+ <96> | reason+ <5> | responsibility+ <65> | self-love+ <28> | servant+ <14> | service+ <9> | simplicity+ <19> <22> | sprezzatura+ <14> <68> | Stoic_riches+ <11> <91> | thanks+ <10> | <23> | valiant+ <27> | virtue+ <9> <20> <49> <61> | virtues_list+ <16> | wisdom+ <20> | womanish+ <70> | womanize+<72> 

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Spenser's Faerie Queene Books I, II, and VI

Table of Contents: BOOK I OF HOLINESSE+ | BOOK II OF FRIENDSHIP+ | BOOK VI OF COURTESY+ 

Index: action+(1) | affection+(2) | ambition+(1) | anger+(1) | Antonius+(1) | Auarice+(1) | benefits+(1) | Caesar+(1) | calm+(1) | chaine+(1) | Chastity+(1) | cheare+(1) | choler+(1) | Ciuility+(1) | clemencie+(1) | Cleopatra+(1) | Clergy+(1) | common+(1) | compassion+(1) | constant+(2) | contemplation+(1) | Contemplation+(1) | content+(2) | contented+(1) | contract+(1) | coquette+(1) | Cordelia+(1) | counterfeit+(1) | courage+(1) | courage_shame+(1) | courteous+(1) | courteous_glee+(1) | courtesie+(3) | courtesies+(1) | courting_fooles+(1) | courtsie+(1) | cowardize+(1) | cowherd_feare+(1) | curtesie:+(1) | Curtesie+(1) | curtsie+(1) | deceipt+(1) | Deceipt+(1) | deede+(1) | deeds+(2) | degree+(1) | desire+(1) | discourtesie+(2) | discourtesy+(2) | Duessa+(2) | Dwarfe+(1) | effeminacy+(4) | entertaine+(1) | entrap+(1) | error_many+(1) | Errour+(1) | faith+(2) | faithfull+(1) | falshood+(1) | Falstaff+(1) | fauours+(1) | flattery+(1) | fortune+(2) | fortune_brave+(1) | forty_to_one+(1) | friend+(1) | friendly+(1) | friendship+(1) | gentle+(5) | gentle_hart+(1) | gift+(4) | gifts+(4) | Gloriana+(1) | glorie+(3) | glorious+(1) | glory+(5) | gold+(1) | good+(1) | gouernaunce+(1) | grace+(4) | Grace+(1) | Graces+(1) | gratefull+(1) | gratious+(1) | guest+(1) | guifts+(1) | Hal+(4) | Harfleur+(3) | hempen+(1) | hempen_rope+(1) | honour+(1) | host+(3) | Host+(1) | humanity+(1) | humility+(1) | Hydra+(1) | Hypocrisie+(1) | hypocrisy+(1) | hyre+(1) | Ignaro+(1) | impatience+(1) | inconstancie+(1) | Inconstant+(1) | Infamy+(1) | ingrate+(1) | inhumanitie+(1) | intemperance+(1) | ire+(1) | iustice+(1) | justice+(2) | Kent+(1) | lambe+(1) | Lechery+(1) | loue+(1) | love_lust+(1) | lust+(1) | lustfull+(1) | luxury+(1) | manhood+(1) | manly+(1) | many_headed_beast+(1) | marchants+(1) | Marius+(1) | merchants+(2) | mercie+(1) | merrily+(1) | merriment+(2) | merry+(3) | moralize+(1) | morrow+(1) | musicke+(1) | Musicke+(1) | non_nobis+(2) | offices+(1) | Orgoglio+(1) | passion+(1) | Patience+(1) | peasant+(1) | Philosophy+(1) | PlainDealer+(5) | plaine+(2) | pleasure+(1) | pollicie+(1) | Pompey+(1) | posteritie+(1) | posterity+(4) | promises+(1) | Prospero+(1) | prude+(1) | Puritan+(1) | rage+(1) | reason+(4) | reciproca+(1) | reciprocal+(1) | reciprocate+(1) | reuenge+(1) | righteousnesse+(1) | ring+(1) | rope+(1) | rude+(1) | rude_speach+(1) | saluage+(1) | Scipio+(1) | self_love+(1) | seruice+(1) | Shylock+(4) | simple+(1) | simplicity+(1) | Sin+(1) | sleeper+(1) | smile+(1) | stranger+(1) | sung+(1) | Sylla+(1) | thanke+(1) | thanklesse+(1) | three_agst_one+(1) | Three_other_Ladies+(1) | treason+(1) | trust+(1) | truth_shines+(1) | tuning+(1) | two+(1) | vengeance+(1) | virtue_shines+(3) | Vna+(1) | Vnarmd+(1) | vsurie+(1) | wordes+(1) | wrath+(3) | wrathfulnesse+(1)

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Hall's Characters

Table of Contents: BOOK_I+ CHARSCTERS OF VIRTUES | BOOK_II+ CHARACTERISTICS OF VICES. 

INDEX: actions+(1) | ambitious+(1) | Bassanio+(1) | beneficence+(1) | benefits+(2) | brags+(1) | busybody+(1) | caskets+(1) | Cicero+(2) | common+(1) | country+(2) | covetous+(1) | distrustful+(1) | Dulce_Utile+(1) | dying+(1) | Edmund+(2) | envious+(1) | faithful+(1) | fancy+(1) | Favour+(1) | favours+(2) | flatterer+(1) | fop+(1) | friend+(1) | giving+(1) | good_magistrate+(1) | Hal+(4) | happy_man+(1) | honest+(1) | honour+(1) | humble+(1) | hypocrite+(1) | Iago+(3) | integrity+(2) | justice+(1) | know_thyself+(1) | laws+(1) | Lear+(1) | liberality+(1) | Macbeth+(1) | malecontent+(1) | memory+ | Noble+(1) | Oswald+(2) | Othello+(1) | other_cheek+(4) | passions+(1) | patient+(1) | penitent+(1) | plain+(1) | PlainDealer+(2) | presumptuous+(1) | profane+(1) | reason+(2) | Reason_passion+(1) | regeneration+(1) | revenge+(1) | ring+(1) | Saussure_system+(1) | Shylock+(2) | slothful+(1) | stingy_mean+(1) | Stoic+(1) | Stoicism+(1) | Stoics+(2) | studies+(1) | superstitious+(1) | Theophrastus+(1) | trust+(1) | unconstant+(1) | unthrift+(1) | usury+(1) | vainglorious+(1) | valiant+(1) | Wyf+(3)

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