The Seduction of the Mediterranean: Writing, Art, and Homosexual Fantasy

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INDEX

a
Achilles and Patroclus 24-5 , 90 , 110 , 137 , 141 , 189 , 232
Adelswärd-Fersen, Jacques d’ 124-5 , 129-30 , 188
Adonis 23 , 77
Aeneas 24
Akadémos124
Albania 71 , 177
Alchaios 21
Alcibiades 18 , 27
Alexander the Great 25 , 190-1
Alexandria 104-5 , 241
Allers, Wilhelm 126
Andersen, Hans Christian 101-2 , 169 , 193
androgyny 20
Antinous 30-2 , 78 , 90 , 110 , 113 , 118 , 132 , 187 , 188 , 234
Antiquity, modern attitude to 165-8 , 188
Apollo 23 , 56 , 71 , 77
Apollo Belvedere 50-1 , 71
Arbasino, Alberto 160 , 178 , 203
Arcadian images 89 , 141 , 148 , 222
Arcadie 134
Aretino, Pietro 35-6
Aristotle 25
art 19-20 , 36-8 , 49-53 , 136-61 , 207-15 , 245
‘Aschenbach phenomenon’ 8-11
Athens 71-2
Axiéros 134

b
Bacon, Francis 39
Baldwin, James 191
Baroque 166 , 194
Barthes, Roland 150-1
Bartlett, Neil 191
Bassani, Giorgio 179
Bebel, August 220
Bécasse Achille, see Essebac
Beccadelli, Antonio 36
Beckford, William 70
Benivieni, Girolamo 38
Benson, E.F. 126
Bentham, Jeremy 69-70
Berg, Hans 128
Bernard, Frits 191
Bierbaum, Otto Julius 115
Black, M. 191
Bradford, Rev. E.E. 87
Brand, Adolf 111
Brandt, Paul 14
Breker, Arno 159
Britten, Benjamin 3 , 193
Brooks, Romaine 128
Brooks, John Ellingham 126
Bucini, Pancrazio 145-6
Bulthaup, Heinrich 114
Burton, Richard 173-4
Byron, Lord 70-4 , 191

c
Caesar, Julius 28
Caldwell, Joseph 191
Camus, Renaud 204-7
Canova, Antonio 136
Capri 29 , 91 , 114 , 115 , 118 , 123-4 , 124-34 , 158 , 162
Caravaggio, Michelangelo Merisida 35 , 36 , 149 , 191 , 211 , 215 , 235
Carpenter, Edward 86
Casanova, Giacomo 46-7 , 52
Catullus 29
Cavafy, Constantine 241
Cavalieri, Tomaso de’ 37
Cellini, Benvenuto 35 , 36
Cesarini, Nino 129-30 , 244
Chalandrutsanos, Lukas 72-4

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