The Social History of Art - Vol. 4

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INDEX
A rebours (Huysmans), 183-4
Academy of Fine Arts ( France), 64, 72, 178
Action française, 206
Adam Bede (Eliot), 165
Addison, Joseph, 120
Aestheticism, 60, 67, 75, 79-82, 111, 180-5, 198, 203, 208, 214, 220, 225, 230
Aïda (Verdi), 104
Alembert, Jean d', 182
Alexis, Paul, 87, 179
Allegory, 195
American Experiment ( Bonn), 228n
Anna Karenina (Tolstoy), 27, 142, 144, 149, 157, 163-5
Antigone (Sophocles), 144
Antoine, AndrU+00E9, 210
Approximations (Du Bos), 236n
Archives de l'Impressionnisme ( Venturi), 171n
Aristocratic intellectuelle (BU+00E9 ranger), 178 n
Aristophanes, 93
Armance ( Stendhal), 40
Arnold, Matthew, 81, 204
Art Moderne ( Baudelaire), 183n
"Art pour raft, l," 5-6, 14, 19, 20-5, 57, 72, 75, 78, 80, 94, 113, 134, 137, 258
Art under Plutocracy ( Morris), 118n
Asselineau, Charles, 174
Astrée (d'Urfé), 27
Atkinson, Nora, 18n
Augier, Émile, 72, 89, 90-1, 93, 96, 98
Aurevilly, Barbey d', 187, 202
Austen, Jane, 120, 122, 128, 130, 201
Author's Diary, An ( Dostoevsky), 148 n, 149
Axel (Villiers de l'Isle-Adam), 183
Axel's Castle ( Wilson), 253n
Ayrton, Michael, 234n
Bach, Johann Sebastian, 234
Baker, Ernest A., 130n
Balzac, Houoré de, 4-6, 8, 12, 18- 21, 24-6, 29-31, 32, 40, 44- 60, 70-1, 76, 122-3, 126, 128, 131-2, 144, 147, 150, 161, 191, 197, 203, 205, 207, 210, 216, 238
Balzac ( Breton), 46n
Balzac (Grib), 48n
Balzac als Dichter des modernen Kapitalismus ( Buttke), 51n
Balzac contre Balzac (Bor), 50n
Balzac et la morale romantique ( Seilliere), 51n
Balzac romancier ( Bardeche), 19n, 29 n, 46n
Barbizon school, 69, 99, 175
Bardeche, Maurice, 18n, 19n, 29 n, 31 n, 39n, 46n
Baroque, 26, 62, 103
Barrès, Maurice, 178-9, 180, 199, 206, 228
Bataille réaliste ( Bouvier), 66n
Batho, E., 115n, 30n
Baudelaire, Charles Pierre, 51, 57, 73, 89, 94, 99, 106, 178, 180, 182, 183, 186-7, 189-93, 202- 3, 204-5
Baudelaire ( Sartre), 203n
Baudelaire and the Symbolists ( Quennell), 187n
Baudelaire et la religion du dandysme (Raynaud), 190n
Baudry, Paul, 63
Bayreuth, 105
Bazin, René H.-G., 234n
Beardsley, Aubrey, 187, 202, 204
Becque, Henri, 210
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 42, 160
Bekker, Paul, 103n
Belinsky, Vissarion, 140, 141-2
Bellessort, André, 90n, 166n
Benjamin, Walter, 257n
Berdiaeff, Nicolas, 141n
Bérenger, Henry, 178n
Bergson, Henri, 178, 196, 206, 215, 223-5, 227-8, 231, 239, 246
Berthelot, Pierre, 73

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  • Contents v
  • Illustrations vii
  • Chapter 7 - Naturalism and Impressionism 3
  • Chapter 8 - The Film Age 226
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