The Flower and the Castle: An Introduction to Modern Drama

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Index
Abstractionism, 364, 385
Absurdists, 8, 397
Act divisions, 21
Adam Hortto ( Paludan-Müller), 134
Advent, 3t8; discussed, 308
Advise and Consent, 87
Aeschylus34
L'Affaire Clemenceau ( Dumasfils), 259, 265; effect on Strindberg, 256
Africa ( Petrarch), 23
Ahasverus ( 1854) ( Paludan-Müller), 136
Alladin ( Öhlenschläger), 296
Alexis, Paul, on naturalism, 377
Altile ( 1543) ( Giraldi), 27
Les Amants ( Donnay), 114
Amatory tradition, 30
Ambigu-Comique (theatre), 59
D'Ambra, Francesco, 16
L'Ami Fritz ( Erckmann-Chatrian), 159
Aminta ( Tasso), 28
L'Amoureuse ( Porto_Riche), 115
Ancey, George, 10
Andersen, Hans Christian, 321.
Andersen, Hildur, and Ibsen, 207, 226
Andria ( Terence), 5
Androcks and the Lion ( Shaw), 399- 400
Andromaque ( Racine), 45
Andromède ( Corneille), 20
Anouilh, Jean, 163, 400-401
Antigone ( Anouilh), quoted, 400- 401
Antigone ( Sophocles), 49, 71
Antoine, André, 116, 263, 283; launches Théâtre-Libre, 109-114
Antony ( 1831) ( Dumaspère), 75- 7
Apollinaire, Guillaume, 8
Arcana coelestia ( Swedenborg), 294
Aretino, Pierto, 16, 42
L'Argent ( Fabre), 111
Ariosto, Lodovico, 29, 64; comedies of, 16
Aristophanes, comedy of, 12
Aristotle, 19, 23, 24, 22, 27, 40, 50, 81; on aim of Greek traedy, 35; on comedy, 12-13; on develop­ ment of tragic fable, 21; on mask of comic actor, 13; on tragedy, 12; on tragic hero, 25
Arm and the Man ( Shaw), 92

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