- Title Pages
- List of Illustrations
- List of Abbreviations
- 1 Introduction
- 2 John Evelyn and Jeremy Taylor
- 3 John Evelyn and Elizabeth Carey/Mordaunt
- 4 Milton’s Younger Years, Humanist Identities, Diodati, and Italy
- 5 Polemics, Blindness, Cyriac Skinner, and Meditations on Friendship
- 6 Mature Reflections, <i>Paradise Lost</i>, and <i>Samson Agonistes</i>
- 7 Dorothy Osborne, Sociability, and the Laws of Friendship
- 8 Temple–Arlington and Evelyn–Arlington
- 9 Endings and Counter-Discourses
- 10 Conclusions
- Appendix Jeremy Taylor’s Ten Laws of Friendship
- Select Bibliography
- Friendship and its Discourses in the Seventeenth Century
- Oxford University Press
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