INDEX
Abortion, 71
Academy of the Visitation, 36, 186
Acadians, 139
Adultery, in life and literature, xxi, 98, 118, 123, 132, 118, 170-71. See also Censorship; Sex in literature
"After the Winter" ( Chopin), 132
Aguilar, Grace, 20
Alcoholics, alcoholism, 113, 114, 115-20, 187, 195, 206, 207, 232, 240, 242
"Alexandre's Wonderful Experience" ( Chopin), 166, 229
Alexandrine, 68
Allen, James Lane, 193-94, 206
Ambition, xxi, xxii, 74, 109, 117, 130-31, 142, 160, 164, 168, 172, 175, 226, 231, 243
America, 107, 108
American Jewess, 179
American Press Association, 125
Ames, Mrs., 154
Anna Karenina ( Tolstoy), 170
Appleton's, 134, 136
Arena Publishing Company, 136
Aristophanes, 159
"At Chênière Caminada" ( Chopin), 50-51, 79, 139, 159, 194
At Fault ( Chopin), 77-78, 90, 92, 93, 98, 112-20, 124, 146, 150, 191, 225, 239;
Chopin's interpretation, 119-20;
real-life correspondences, 113-14;
reviews, 115-20
"Athénaïse" ( Chopin), 70, 181-82, 186, 194, 196, 197
Atlantic, 118, 124, 149, 159, 170, 171, 176, 181, 191-92, 204
"At the 'Cadian Ball" ( Chopin), 89, 96, 97, 142-44, 151. See also "The Storm"
Awakening, The ( Chopin), 209-30;
childbirth and children, 54, 68, 69, 70, 88; in Chopin obituaries, 239, 240;
Chopin's opinions, 173, 192, 200, 208; clitoral imagery, 214; clothing, 218-19; conversations, 211-12, 214-15; Degas-Morisot connection, 61, 73, 74, 75; effect on Lélia, 229;
ending, 209; film versions, 243;
Grand Isle, 20, 78-79, 80, 139, 209;
homosexuality, 211-13; images and themes, 13, 158, 209; interpretations and reader identification, xix, xx, 243, 244; lesbians, 211-12; literary influences, 20, 148, 216-17, 234;
men's power, 11, 215, 218; music, 13, 47, 210; not banned, xx, xxi, 227, 243;
Plot, xix, 209-11; publishing history, xix, 197, 207, 219, 220, 229;

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