- Title Pages
- Author’s Note
- Chapter 1 “A rationall hearer”—1602–1620
- Chapter 2 “The whole time & minde are filled with law”—1620–1626
- Chapter 3 “To dippe my pen in teares not inke”—1626–1631
- Chapter 4 “My dearest dearest”—1631–1639
- Chapter 5 “The highest stepp of wickednes”—1631–1639
- Chapter 6 “An Iliad of miseries”—1639–1640
- Chapter 7 “Stub vp the rootes of all our mischifes” (December, 1640—July, 1642)
- Chapter 8 “No end … but by the sword”
- Appendix A
- Appendix B
- An Industrious Mind
- Stanford University Press
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