Modernist Literature: An Introduction

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INDEX
Abrams, M.H., 2
absurdist theatre, 157 n7
Aestheticism, Aesthetic Movement, 23, 26, 56 n1
Age of Anxiety, The. See Auden,
W.H.: Writings
Albert Memorial, 76, 93—4 n46
Aldington, Richard, 7, 92 n3, 93 n42
and Imagism, 67—8
Writings
The Death of a Hero, 20 n20
Images of War, 20 n20
alienation, the alienation effect, 142, 158—9 n40
Allen, Grant, 3
Almayer’s Folly. See Conrad, Joseph: Writings
Ames, Christopher, 169, 193 n7
Amritsar Massacre, 107
Anglo-Irish ascendancy, 129 n94
Arbuthnot, Malcolm, 93 n42
Ardis, Ann, 187
Arms and the Man. See Shaw, George Bernard: Writings
Artists' International Association, 158 n30
Artists' Refugee Committee, 158 n30
Ascent of F6, The. See Auden, W.H.: Writings; Isherwood, Christopher: Writings
Ash Wednesday. See Eliot, T.S.: Writings
Aspects of the Novel. See Forster, E.M.: Writings
Atkinson, Lawrence, 93 n42
Atlantic Monthly, 26
Auden, W.H., 12, 133—5
on artistic responsibility, 138—9, 168
and Britten, Benjamin, 135—6
collaboration with Christopher
Isherwood, 13, 135, 136—8, 142—9
(See also Writings)
and Eliot, T.S., 134
and GPO Film Unit, 157 n12
and Grierson, John, 136
and Group Theatre, 134—5
literary tastes of, 156 n2
and MacNeice, Louis, 134
pararhyme, use of, 95 n74
verse plays of, 13
and The Waste Land, 142
in World War II, 162, 193 n1
Documentaries
Beside the Sea Side, 157 n12
Coal Face, 157 n12
God’s Chillun, 157 n12
The Londoners, 157 n12
Night Mail, 136, 157 n12
The Way to the Sea, 157 n12
Writings
The Age of Anxiety, 162
The Ascent of F6 (with
Christopher Isherwood), 13, 136, 143—4
‘August for the people and their favourite islands,’ 138, 158 n21
The Dog Beneath the Skin (with Christopher Isherwood), 13, 143
The Enemies of the Bishop (with Christopher Isherwood), 142
On the Frontier (with Christopher Isherwood), 13—14, 138, 144—9, 159 n46, 165
expressionism in, 147
and the individual, 145—6, 149
and nationalism, 144—5
social commentary in, 145—9
‘Night Mail,’ 137
Paid on Both Sides, 134
avant-garde literature, 23
Badminton Magazine, 29
Ballad of Reading Gaol, The. See Wilde, Oscar: Writings
Barker, Harley Granville, 25
Barker, Pat, 94—5 n61
Barnstone, Aliki, 176
Barreca, Regina, 30
Baudelaire, Charles, 69, 163
Beardsley, Aubrey, 26
Beckson, Karl, 21 n43
Beer, Gillian, 21 n39, 113, 128 n64, 129 n86, 154, 160 n80
Bell, Michael, 17
Bennett, Arnold, 101
Benstock, Shari, 187
Beowulf, 173
Beside the Sea Side. See Auden, W.H.: Documentaries
Between the Acts. See Woolf, Virginia: Writings
Bhagavad Gita, 129 n86

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