Postwar Academic Fiction: Satire, Ethics, Community

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Index
Abalos, David T., 112
Acheson, James, 84
Acker, Kathy, 138
Adams, Hazard, 3, 175–6
adequation, 179
Aeschylus, 134
aesthetic reading, 8
Afrocentrism, 116, 125, 182–3
Aisenberg, Nadya, 170
Alexandrov, Vladimir E., 52
Alighieri, Dante, 187
alterity, 100–1, 103, 106, 107, 179
Altieri, Charles, 165, 167
Amis, Kingsley, Lucky Jim, 24, 27–42, 66, 159, 171–3
Amis, Martin, 53, 171; The Rachel Papers, 171
Ammann, Daniel, 83, 94, 178, 179
Amour-propre, 178
Anderson, Martin, 184
Angry Young Man movement, 28, 29, 41
Antczak, Frederick J., 187
Aristotle, 8, 47, 134, 164; The Nicomachean Ethics, 164
Arnolfini, Giovanni, 145
Assoun, Paul-Laurent, 100
Austen, Jane, 81, 134
Avant, John Alfred, 73–4
Badenhausen, Richard, 99
Baier, Annette, 77, 186
Bailey, F. G., 59
Bakhtin, Mikhail, 145–6, 168
Barabtarlo, Gennadi, 174
Barthes, Roland, 118, 122
Battersby, James, 160
Beattie, Ann, 14
Beazley, Hamilton, 185
Beckett, Samuel, 14
Begley, Adam, 186
Bender, Eileen T., 62–3, 69
Benjamin, Walter, 118
Bennett, William J., 25, 127, 128–9, 131, 132, 134–7, 139, 183
Berardinelli, James, 179, 180
Bergonzi, Bernard, 92
Bérubé, Michael, 129–0, 131
Bevan, David, 171
Bildungsroman, 171
Binder, Wolfgang, 181
Björk, Eva Lambertsson, 89–90, 95, 179
Blake, William, A Descriptive Catalogue, 63
Blanchard, W. Scott, 170
Bloom, Allan, 25, 96, 127, 128–9, 131, 158, 178
Bloom, Harold, 132, 184
Blum, Lawrence, 118
Bly, Robert, 139
Booth, Wayne C., 7, 8, 11–13, 14, 15, 17, 157, 158, 164, 166–7, 168–9
Bové, Paul A., 157
Boyd, Brian, 44, 58, 175
Boyer, Jay, 112
Boyle, Ted E., 39
Bradbury, Malcolm, Eating People Is Wrong, 159
Bradford, Richard, 29
Brontë, Charlotte, 134
Brooke-Rose, Christine, Textermination, 178
Brown, Robert, 79–80
Brown, Terence, 39
Buddhism, 62
Bull, Barry L., 180
Bunke, Joan, 185
Bunyan, John, The Pilgrim's Progress from This World to That Which Is to Come, 63
Burton, Robert S., 96
Burwell, Rose Marie, 176
Butler, Christopher, 161

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