The Literature of the Spanish People: From Roman Times to the Present Day

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INDEX
Numbers in bold type are main references
Academia, Real, 323
Airas Nunez, see Nunez
Alarcón, Juan Ruiz de, see Ruiz de Alarcón
Alarcón, Pedro Antonio de, 408
Alas, Leopoldo, (' Clarín'), 405 n, 409-10, 417
Alberti, Rafael, 419, 434, 444
Alcázar, Baltasar del, 163
Aleixandre, Vicente, 444
Alemán, Mateo, 170-4, 450
Alexandre, Libro de, 64, 81
Alfonso X, el Sabio63, 101
Alonso, Dámaso, 238, 243, 444
Altamira, Rafael, 415
Altolaguirre, Manuel, 444
Ávarez de Villasandino, Alfonso, 88-9
Ávarez Quintero, Joaquín and Serafín, 453-4
Apolonio, Libro de, 64
Arabic Poetry, classical 17-23, 35; 225, 441, 445
Archpriest of Hita, see Ruiz, Juan
Archpriest of Talavera, see Martínez de Toledo
Ariosto, Lodovico, 181, 232
Arnold, Matthew, 361
arte mayor, 89, 90-1
Auden, W. H., 406
autos, by Gil Vicente, 140-4
autos sacramentales; by Valdivielso, 257; by Calderon, 293, 296-8
Avempace, 28
Avicebron, see Ibn Gabirol
'Azorín' ( José Martínez Ruiz), 419, 431, 454
Baena, Cancionero de, see Cancionero de Baena
ballads, see romances
Balmes, Jaime, 415
Balzac, Honoré de, 387, 400, 404
Bances Candamo, F. A. de, 314
Baroja, Pío, 419, 445, 449-53, 455-6, 460; Memorias de un hombre de acción, 450; Aurora Roja, 451; El Árbol de la Ciencia, 451-2; El Mundo es ansl, 452
Baudelaire, Charles, 113-4
Bayle, Pierre, 316
Bécquer, Gustavo Adolfo, 344-9, 354, 430, 443
Belmonte, Juan, 454
Benavente, Jacinto, 453
Berceo, Gonzalo de, 63, 64-8, 430-1
Blasco Ibáñez, Vicente, 411-14; Arroz y Tartana, 413; Flor de Mayo, 413; La Barraca, 413; Entre Naranjos, 413; Cañas y Barro, 414
Boccaccio, Giovanni, 92, 102, 103n, 137
Boileau, 317
Book of Songs, Chinese, 57, 125, 469
Books of Chivalry, 167-8
Boscán, Juan, 147-9, 154, 164
Bretón de los Herreros, Manuel, 414-15
Bucolic Drama, 138-45
Burns, Robert, 358
Byron, Lord, 339, 340
Caballero, Fernán, see Fernán Caballero
Cadalso, José, 324, 334
Calderón de la Barca, Pedro, 275-310; 314, 324; 340, 461; Saber del Mal y del Bien, 292; El Príncipe Constante, 286-7; Casa con dos Puertas Mala es de Guardar, 279; La Dama Duende, 279; Mañanas de Abril y Mayo, 279; La Devoción de la Cruz, 287-8; La Cena de Baltasar, 287, 297, 307-10; El Mayor Encanto Amor, 277, 293, 305; El Médico de su Honra, 280, 282-4; A Secreto Agravio Secreta Venganza, 280, 284-5; La Vide es Sueño, 288-9; 340, 396, 456, 461; El Mégico Prodigioso, 389-90, 304, 305; La Cisma de Inglaterra, 304; El

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