Great World Writers: Twentieth Century - Vol. 13

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Comprehensive index
of writer
Numbers in bold indicate volumes.Page numbers in italic indicate illustrations or illustration captions.Page numbers in boled refer to full articles.
Abe, Kōbō, 1:11–20
“Akai mayu,” 1:14
awards and honors, 1:11, 13, 15
background and early life, 1:12–13
Box Man, The, 1:20
“Crime of S. Karma, The,” 1:19, 20
Dai-yon kampyoki, 1:14, 20
Face of Another, The, 1:17–18
Face of Another, The (screenplay), 1:13, 17
Friends, 1:18–19
Friends (screenplay), 1:13
Ghost Is Here, The, 1:19–20
Hako otoko, 1:20
highlights in life, 1:15
influences on, 1:18
Inter Ice Age Four, 1:14, 20
Kobe, 1:13, 19
Kangaroo Notebook, 1:15
list of works, 1:19
Moetsukita chizu, 1:14
Owarishi michi no shirube ni, 1:12, 15
“Red Cocoon,” 1:14
Ruined Map, The, 1:14
Ruined Map, The (screenplay), 1:13, 17
Tanin no kao, 1:17–18
themes and issues, 1:14–16, 18–19
Tomoclachi, 1:18–19
Toō o yuku, 1:13
Walls, 1:13, 19
Woman in the Dunes (screenplay), 1:13, 15, 16, 17
Woman in the Dunes, The, 1:11, 13, 15, 16–17, 18
Yûrei wa koka ni iru, 1:19–20
Achebe, Chinua, 1:21–40; 2:233
Aka Weta (edited with Udechukwu), 1:24
Anthills of the Savannah, 1:24, 25, 27, 28, 37, 38–39
Arrow of God, 1:24, 26, 37–38
awards and honors, 1:24
background and early life, 1:22–24
Beware Soul Brother and Other Poems, 1:24
Chike and the River, 1:28
children’s stories, 1:28–29
as Dangarembga influence, 2:274
Drum, The, 1:29
as Emecheta influence, 3:316
Flute, The, 1:29
Girls at War and Other Stories, 1:24
highlights in life, 1:25
Home and Exile, 1:24, 33
Hopes and Impediments: Selected Essays, 1965–1987, 1:24
How the Leopard Got His Claws (with Iroaganachi), 1:28
influences on, 1:33
list of works, 1:36
Man of the People, A, 1:24, 27, 39–40
No Longer at Ease, 1:24, 27, 32–36
themes and issues, 1:26, 30, 32–33
Things Fall Apart, 1:25, 26, 27, 30–32, 33, 37
Trouble with Nigeria, The, 1:24, 25
Ackerman, John, 11:1527
AE (George Russell), 8:1085, 1101
Aeschylus, 10:1348
Aesop, 8:1015
Agnon, S. Y., 9:1159, 1161; 12:1719
Alberti, Rafael, 3:390
Alcott, Louisa May, 10:1386, 1387
Aldiss, Brian, 6:793
Aleixandre, Vicente, 3:390
Algren, Nelson, 10:1343
Allain, Marie-Frangoise, 4:496
Allende, Isabel, 1:41–58
awards and honors, 1:44
background and early life, 1:42–43
Daughter of Fortune, 1:44, 46, 48, 55–56, 57
Eva Luna, 1:44, 46
highlights in life, 1:44
House of the Spirits, The, 1:41, 44, 45, 47, 48, 50–52, 53, 54, 56
Infinite Plan, The, 1:46, 47, 48, 50, 57–58
influences on, 1:42, 54
list of works, 1:50
literary legacy of, 1:48–49
Of Love and Shadows, 1:46, 48, 54, 56
Paula, 1:42, 44, 46, 48, 52–53, 54, 55, 57
Portrait in Sepia, 1:56–57
Stories of Eva Luna, The, 1:44, 46
themes and issues, 1:47–48, 50, 55, 56
Alvi, Nadira, 8:1017
Andersen, Hans Christian, 7:909, 920; 8:1015
Anderson, Sherwood, 9:1161
Andrezel, Pierre (Dinesen pseudonym), 3:296, 297, 298
Angelou, Maya, 2:274
Anouilh, Jean, 5:624
Anscombe, Elizabeth, 6:812
Aqqad, Mahmoud al-, 6:830
Aristotle, 1:122
Arnold, Matthew, 5:602, 606
poetic devices, 1:72
Ashbery, John, 9:1290
‘Ashri, Fathi al-, 6:830
Auden, W. H., 1:59–76: 11:1447

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