Encyclopedia of Literary Modernism

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A la recherche du temps perdu (Proust), 139 , 140 , 325–30 , 345
Aadland, Erling, 371
Abadie, Ann J., 106
Abbey Theatre, 200 , 201 , 218 , 285 , 288 , 414 , 473
Abe Koubou, 215
Abe Tomoji, 214
Abel, Elizabeth, 62 , 115 , 349 , 397
Abel, Lionel, 62 , 115 , 349 , 397
Abraham, K., 336
Abrams, M. H., 62 , 99 , 196 , 277 , 308 , 324 , 412
Abramson, Ben, 46
Absurd, the, 87 , 111 , 154 , 397 , 399 , 450
Achebe, Chinua, 3 , 4
Ackerman, John, 419
Acmeism, 360
Adamov, Arthur, 23
Adler, Alfred,1,10 , 331 , 336 , 337
Adorno, Theodor, 29 , 429 , 430
Aeschylus, 290
Aestheticism, 42 , 471 , 472 , 474
Africa, 49 , 52 , 54 , 55 , 138 , 142 , 175 , 272 , 293 , 322 , 324 , 423 , 452
Africa and the South,1–4
Agee, James,4–6
Agustini, Delmira, 184
Ahearn, Barry, 461
Ahlin, Lars, 370
Ahmad, Aijaz, 4
Aiken, Conrad, 90 , 243
Aitken, W. R., 252
Akhmatova, Anna, 361 , 362
Aktion, Die,99 , 390
Alas, Leopoldo, 394
Alberti, Rafael, 400 , 401
Aldington, Richard,6–8,45 , 79 , 81 , 191–93 , 225 , 238 , 253 , 254
Aleixandre, Vicente, 400 , 401
Alexandrian, Sarane, 412
Alfonsetti, Carme Karr i, 398
Alger, Horatio, 84
Algulin, Ingmar, 371
Allard, Roger, 59
Allen, Grant, 279
Allen, Richard H., 372
Allen, Roy F., 101
Alpers, Anthony, 260
Alter, Reinhard, 25
Amis, Kingsley, 115 , 263
Analytical Psychology, 220 , 338
Anand, Mulk Raj, 51
Anderson, David D., 9
Anderson, Margaret, 16
Anderson, Mark M., 222
Anderson, Patrick, 41
Anderson, Perry, 393 , 401
Anderson, Sherwood,8–10,82 , 402–3
Andreas-Salomé, Lou,10,159
Androgyny,10–11
Anger, Kenneth, 119
Angier, Carole, 344
Anglo-Irish Ascendancy, 26
Anouilh, Jean, 150 , 382
Anquetin, Louis, 308
Anscombe, G. E. M., 430
Antheil, George, 110 , 116
Anthropology,11–13,422
anti-Semitism, 141 , 353
Aono Suekichi, 213
Apollinaire, Guillaume, 59 , 61 , 62 , 70 , 116 , 135 , 144–50 , 241 , 399 , 406 , 408 , 412 , 417 , 437
Apollonio, Umberto, 151–56
Appiah, Kwame Anthony, 4
Aquin, Hubert, 44
Aquinas, St. Thomas, 47 , 217
Aragon, Louis, 68 , 116 , 134 , 142 , 147 , 148 , 163 , 408
Archipenko, Alexander, 61
Arendt, Hannah, 155 , 330
Arensberg, Walter, 459
Argentina, 105 , 179 , 182–84
Aristotle, 217 , 316 , 342 , 358
Armory Show, The,13,64 , 82
Arnald, Jan, 371
Arnim, Countess von, 130
Arnold, James A., 4 , 300 , 301

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • A 1
  • B 15
  • C 36
  • D 67
  • E 87
  • F 102
  • G 157
  • H 169
  • I 191
  • J 206
  • K 221
  • L 223
  • M 246
  • N 275
  • O 282
  • P 293
  • R 342
  • S 369
  • T 417
  • U 434
  • V 439
  • W 442
  • Y 471
  • Selected Bibliography 477
  • Index 481
  • List of Contributors 511
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