Table of contents for Medievalism : the Middle Ages in modern England / Michael Alexander.

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List of Illustrations
Introduction Contrast, Medievalism, Periodisation 	
1 The Advent of the Goths: The Medieval in the 1760s 			
 	Augustan to Romantic Revival, Percy					 
2 Chivalry, Romances and Revival 						
	Chaucer chez Scott: The Lay of the Last Minstrel and Ivanhoe 		
3 Romances and Comparisons: Dim Religious Lights 			
 The Lay, 'Christabel' and 'The Eve of St Agnes' 
4 The Pugin of Contrasts							
5 Back to the Future in the 1840s 		 				
	 Carlyle, Ruskin, Sybil,Newman					 
6 The Death of Arthur was the Favourite Volume 				
	Malory, Digby, Tennyson, Rossettis, Morris 				
7 History, the Revival, and the PRB 	 					
	Westminster, Ivanhoe, medieval texts, the PRB 			
8 History and Legend						 		
	Tennyson, Ford Madox Brown						
9 'Work', the Common Weal, 'The Windhover' 				 
10 Among the Lilies and the Weeds 						
	Hopkins, Whistler, Burne-Jones, Beardsley 				
11 I Have Seen A White Horse 							
	Chesterton, Yeats, Ford, Pound 
12 Modernist Medievalism 							
	Eliot, Pound, Jones 	
13 Modern Christendom 								
	Waugh, Auden, Inklings, Hill	 	 		
Epilogue: Riding through the glen 						

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Medievalism -- Great Britain -- History.
Great Britain -- Intellectual life.
Gothic revival (Architecture) -- Great Britain.
Civilization, Medieval, in art.
Civilization, Medieval, in literature.