Great World Writers: Twentieth Century - Vol. 13

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Index of Literary Characters
Note: Character names are listed uninvertedNumbers in bold indicate volumes.
Page numbers in italic indicate illustrations or illustration captions.
Abd al-Jawwad, Aisha (The Cairo Trilogy), 6:834, 842, 843
Abd al-Jawwad, Amina (The Cairo Trilogy), 6:834, 842, 843
Abd al-Jawwad, Fahmi (The Cairo Trilogy), 6:834, 842
Abd al-Jawwad, Kamal (The Cairo Trilogy), 6:834, 842, 843, 844
Abd al-Jawwad, Khadija (The Cairo Trilogy), 6:834, 842, 844
Abd al-Jawwad, Radwan (The Cairo Trilogy), 6:843–44
Abd al-Jawwad, Sayyed Ahmad (The Cairo Trilogy), 6:834, 842, 843–44
Abd al-Jawwad, Yacine (The Cairo Trilogy), 6:834, 842–43, 844
Abd al-Munem (The Cairo Trilogy), 6:844
Abdu (The Pickup), 4:476
Abdulla (Petals of Blood), 8:1079, 1081, 1088
Abul Khaizuran (Men in the Sun), 5:690–91
Abu Qais (Men in the Sun), 5:690, 691
Achille (Omeros), 11:1576, 1577
Ackermann, Paul (Mahagonny), 1:140, 141
A. D. (The Temptation of the West), 6:860
Adah (Adah’s Story), 3:318
Adah (In the Ditch), 3:311
Adaku (The Joys of Motherhood), 3:315
Adam (The Lover), 12:1722–23
Adham (Children of Gebalawi), 6:840–41
Adler, Noah (Son of a Smaller Hero), 9:1277
Agamemnon (The Flies), 10:1349
Agrippina (I, Claudius/Claudius the God), 4:490
Ahmad (Sugar Sweet), 6:844
Ah Q (“True Story of Ah Q”), 2:219–21
Ainnle (Deidre of the Sorrows), 11:1481
Aissatou (So Long a Letter), 1:84–86
Alans, Miss (A Room with a View), 3:328
Alba, Adela (The House of Bernarda Alba), 3:402
Alba, Angustias (The House of Bernarda Alba), 3:401–2
Alba, Bernarda (The House of Bernarda Alba), 3:395, 401–2
Alba, Martirio (The House of Bernarda Alba), 3:402
Albert (Kehinde), 3:318
Alberto (The Time of the Hero), 11:1560
Albinus (Laughter in the Dark), 7:1005
Alcasan (That Hideous Strength), 6:817
Alexandria, Abbess (The Abbess of Crem), 11:1453, 1457–58
Alf (Smith of Wootton Major), 11:1549
Ali (The Heart of the Matter), 4:507, 508
Ali, Sherif (Lord Jim), 2:261–62
Al-Ith (The Marriages between Zolnes, Three, Four and Five), 6:798
Allison (Sorrows and Rejoicings), 3:375
Al-Naji, Ashur (The Harafish), 6:838
Al-Naji family (The Harafish), 6:838, 839
ALP (Finnegans Wake), 5:657
Alpha Plus group (Brave New World), 5:613–14
Alwan, Rauf (The Thief and the Dogs), 6:834
Alyosha (One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich), 10:1411
Amaechina (Anthills of the Savannah), 1:39
Amal (The Post Office), 11:1499
Ambien 11 (The Sirian Experiments), 6:798
Angel, Father (In Evil Hour), 3:430
Angel, Father (No One Writes to the Colonel), 3:426
Anna (The Rainbow), 6:775, 776
Anna (Voyage in the Dark), 9:1248
Annette (The Flight from the Enchanter), 7:980, 981
Annie John (Annie John), 6:754–55
Antoinette (Wide Saragassa Sea), 9:1243, 1246, 1249, 1251, 1254–56
Antonia (The Conservationist), 4:468
Apthorpe (Sword of Honour), 12:1596, 1604
Arafa (Children of Gebalawi), 6:841
Aragorn (The Lord of the Rings), 11:1544, 1545
Ardan (Deidre of the Sorrows), 11:1481
Ariza, Florentino (Love in the Time of Cholera), 3:422, 423
Arrowby, Charles (The Sea, the Sea), 7:975–76, 978
Arrowby, James (The Sea, the Sea), 7:975–76
Arroyo, Tomas (The Old Gringo), 3:355, 356
Aschenbach, Gustav (Death in Venice), 7:876, 882–83
Ashley, Brett (The Sun Also Rises), 9:1249
Asian the Lion (Narnia books), 6:813, 818, 819
Asogba, Prince (The Rape of Shavi), 3:317
Assad (Men in the Sun), 5:690
Astrafiammante, Queen (The Magic Flute), 1:75, 76
Atuk (The Incomparable Atuk), 9:1272, 1273
Augustus (I, Claudius/Claudius the God), 4:489, 490

-1783-

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Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Contents iii
  • Writers by Country of Origin 1732
  • Writers by Genre 1734
  • Winners of the Nobel Prize for Literature 1737
  • Glossary 1740
  • Further Reading 1744
  • Index of Literary Works 1747
  • Index of Visual Arts 1771
  • Index of Visual Artists 1775
  • Index of Films 1780
  • Index of Literary Characters 1783
  • Index of People, Places, Movements, and Events 1798
  • Comprehensive Index of Writer 1818
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