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Great World Writers: Twentieth Century - Vol. 13

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Index of Literary Works
Numbers in bold indicate volumes.Page numbers in italic indicate illustrations or illustration captions.
Abath al-aqdar (Mahfouz), 6:825
Abbess of Crewe, The (Spark), 11:1445, 1447, 1457–59
“Abencaján el Bojarí, Dead in His Labyrinth” (Borges), 1:117
Abhijnana Shakuntalam (Narayan version), 8:1044
Abinger Harvest (Forster), 3:323
Abolition of Man, The (Lewis), 6:811, 818
About the House (Auden), 1:64
Acrobats, The (Richler), 9:1260, 1261, 1262, 1264, 1265, 1266, 1267, 1270–71, 1277
“Act of Union” (Heaney), 4:572
Adah’s Story (Emecheta), 3:311, 318
Ada or Ardor: A Family Chronicle (Nabokov), 7:990, 994, 1004, 1005
Adrift on the Nile (Mahfouz), 6:834, 835, 836
“Adulteress, The” (Camus), 2:176
“Adventure of a Soldier, The” (Calvino), 2:153
Adventures in the Skin Trade (Thomas), 11:1524, 1527–28
Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, The (Twain), 1:120
Adventures of Tom Bombadil, The (Tolkien), 11:1532, 1534, 1535, 1538
Aeneid (Virgil), 4:573; 11:1576, 1577
“Aeroplanes of Brescia, The” (Kafka), 5:662
Afrah al-qubbah (Mahfouz), 6:835
African Laughter (Lessing). 6:789
“After Death” (Chou), 2:223
After Leaving Mr. Mackenzie (Rhys), 9:1258
After Many a Summer Dies the Swan (Huxley), 5:608, 616–17
Aftermath: Travels in a Postwar World (Mowat), 7:928
“After the Race” (Joyce), 5:637, 649
“Agamemnon Class of 1939” (Murdoch), 7:969
Age of Anxiety, The: A Baroque Eclogue (Auden), 1:63, 65, 66
Age of Iron (Coetzee), 2:229, 231
Ah, but Your Land Is Beautiful (Paton), 9:1183, 1184, 1186, 1197
“Ah Q zhenzhuan” (Chou), 2:212, 219–21, 223
‘A’id ila Haifa (Kanafani), 5:687, 689, 691
Aiding and Abetting (Spark), 11:1450, 1462
Aimé Césaire: The Collected Poetry (Césaire), 1:200; 2:200
“Ainulindalë” (Tolkien), 11:1547, 1548
Aish fi al-haqiqa, Al- (Mahfouz), 6:833
“Akai mayu” (Abe), 1:14
“Akallabêth” (Tolkien), 11:1548
Aka Weta (Achebe and Udechukwu, ed.), 1:24
Aké (Soyinka), 10:1428, 1431–32
Akhenaten: Dweller in Truth (Mahfouz), 6:833
“Alabama Song” (Brecht and Weill), 1:138
“Albergo Empedocle” (Forster), 3:323
“Albino Gorilla, The” (Calvino), 2:156
Albondocani (Dinesen unfinished work), 3:307
Aleph, The (Aleph, El) (Borges), 1:107, 117, 119, 120, 122
“Aleph, The” (Borges), 1:117, 118
Alice in Wonderland (Carroll), 7:967, 973; 12:1598
All about Mr. Hatterr (Desani), 10:1325
“All at One Point” (Calvino), 2:155
Allegory of Love, The (Lewis), 6:806
All Quiet on the Western Front (Remarque), 9:1217, 1218, 1219, 1220, 1221, 1222, 1224, 1227–30, 1231, 1233, 1235
All That Fall (Beckett; radio play), 1:91, 92
All That’s Left to You (Kanafani), 5:686, 689, 691, 692
“All the Pretty Little Horses” (Weller), 12:1618
“Allusions” (Borges), 1:119
Almayer’s Folly (Conrad), 2:248, 249, 255
Almost a Gentleman: An Autobiography 1955–1966 (Osborne), 8:1134
Altro figlio, L(Pirandello), 9:1206–7
Alturas de Macchu Picchu (Neruda), 8:1063, 1064–66
“Amar Sonar Bangla” (Tagore), 11:1493
Amíée (Ionesco), 5:622, 624, 627
American Brat, An (Sidhwa), 10:1380, 1382, 1385, 1393–95
American Scoundrel (Keneally), 6:728
Amerika (Kafka), 5:662, 664, 673, 674, 678–80
“Among School Children” (Yeats), 12:1713
Among the Believers: An Islamic Journey (Naipaul), 8:1017, 1021, 1030–32
Among the Believers (Naipaul), 8:1017
Amor en los tiempos de cólera, El (García Márquez). See Love in the Time of Cholera
Anabasis (Xenophon), 7:975
Anaforá stan Gréko (Kazantzakis), 5:704
“And Death Shall Have No Dominion” (Thomas), 11:1514
And No Birds Sang (Mowat), 7:928
And the Dogs Were Silent: A Tragedy (Césaire), 2:200

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