Great World Writers: Twentieth Century - Vol. 13

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index of people, places,
movements, and Events
Numbers in bold indicate volumes.
Page numbers in italic indicate illustrations or illustration captions.
Abacha, Sani, 10:1428, 1435, 1436
Abba, Marta, 9:1202, 1203
Abbey Theatre (Dublin)
O’Connor and, 8:1093, 1094, 1096, 1097, 1099, 1107
Synge and, 11:1466, 1467, 1468
Yeats and, 12:1697, 1699, 1705–6
Abe, Machi (Machiko Yamada), 1:12, 15
Abeokuta (Nigeria), Soyinka and, 10:1421, 1422, 1423
aborigines, Australian, 12:1610
Keneally and, 6:740, 741–42, 741
Weller and, 12:1607, 1608–28
absurdism
Abe and, 1:13
Beckett and, 1:93; 2:227
Camus and, 2:159
Gao Xingjian and, 3:385–86
Havel and, 4:552
Ionesco and, 5:619, 625, 628–32, 628
Murakami and, 7:953, 956
Academy of Irish Letters, 12:1698, 1699
Achebe, Christie Chinwe Okoli, 1:23, 24
Acre (Palestine), 5:683, 684, 685, 686
Acton, Lord, 11:1547
Adjani, lsabelle, 9:1245
aestheticism, 12:1701
Africa
Achebe and, 1:21–40
Ba and, 1:77–86
Césaire and, 2:202
colonialism and, 1:78; 2:239, 241, 259–60
Conrad and, 2:247, 248, 249, 259–60; 8:1080
Dangarembga and, 2:267–76
Dinesen and, 3:295–96, 299, 301, 304–5
Emecheta and, 3:309–18
Greene and, 4:498–99, 503, 507–12
Lessing and, 6:799
Naipaul’s writings on, 8:1023
Ngũgí and, 8:1071–92
postcolonial writers and, 2:233, 274
Soyinka and, 10:1421–27
Waugh in, 12:1592
See also Kenya; Nairobi; North Africa; South Africa; Zaire; Zimbabwe
African National Congress, 4:462, 465, 466
African Presence, The (journal), 2:199, 200
African Theatre Workshop, Fugard and, 3:361
Afrikaans language, 2:226–27, 2:233
Afro-Caribbean traditions
Carpentier and, 2:181–82, 189, 192, 193
Césaíre and, 2:195
Afro-Cuban culture, Guillén and, 4:517–26
Agrigento (formerly Girgenti) (Italy), Pirandello and, 9:1199, 1201, 1202
Aguirre Cerda, Pedro, 8:1060
Aguiyi-Ironsi, Johnson, 1:23
AIDS crisis, as Dangarembga film topic, 2:270, 275, 276
Akey, Ahmad, 6:835
Akihito, Crown Prince (Japan), 7:908
Akutagawa Prize, 1:13
Aldeburgh Festival, 3:321
Algeria
Camus and, 2:159, 160, 161, 162, 163, 164, 165, 166, 170, 171, 174, 176, 177
Sartre and, 10:1338, 1340, 1353
Algiers (Algeria), 2:164, 170, 171, 177
Allen, Woody, 9:1208
Allende, Salvador
Isabel Allende and, 1:43, 44, 45, 52, 54
Neruda and, 8:1060
Allende, Tomás, 1:42, 52, 57
Allende Frias, Nicolás, 1:43, 44, 53
Allende Frias, Paula, 1:43, 44, 46, 52, 53, 54, 55
Allgood, Molly, 11:1467, 1468, 1472–73
Alternativa (newspaper), 3:412, 414
Amazon jungle, Carpentier and, 2:189
America. See United States Amiel, Jon, 11:1566
Amin, Idi, 8:1023
Amritsar massacre, 11:1488, 1489
Amsterdam (Netherlands), Camus and, 2:174
Andaluía (Spain), 3:390, 392, 392, 394, 395, 399, 401, 403
Anderson, Maxwell, 9:1191
Andreas-Salome, Lou, 9:1281, 1282, 1284, 1287
Andrews, Anthony, 12:1600
Andrews, Julie, 10:1367
Anglicanism
Paton and, 9:1186, 1187
See also Christianity
Anglo-Saxon language
Auden and, 1:60, 66
Tolkien and, 1:66; 11:1530–31, 1532, 1533
anticommunism
Havel and, 4:438–40, 543–44, 556
Mann and, 7:872
Orwell and, 8:1113, 1115, 1117, 1120, 1122–23, 1125–27

-1798-

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