Contemporary English Literature

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INDEX
Pages in italics indicate principal reference
Abbey Theatre, 11, 38, 58, 388, 391, 413
Abbot's Verney, 340
Abercrombie, L., 20, 144, 150-152
Abinger Harvest, 325
Abraham Lincoln, 156, 157, 390
Absolom, 117
Abyssinian War, 262
Academy, the, 198, 432
Achilles in Scyros, 114
Ackland, Valentine, 133
Action, 320
Actors, 1890-1910, 386, 387
Adam and Eve and Pinch Me, 378
Adam Cast Forth, 462
Adam in Moonshine, 363
Adamastor, 167
"Ad Amicam," 82
Adelphi, the, 482
The Admirable Crichton, 389, 397, 399
Admirals All, 19, 123
Adrian Rome, 24
Adventures of a Black Girl in Search of God, 406
Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, 173
A. E. ( George William Russell), 43-45, 46, 48, 49
Aegean Memories, 312
Aeneid, the, 288
Aeschylus: The Creator of Tragedy, 490
After the Bombing, 242
After Many a Summer Dies the Swan, 337
Age of Anxiety, The, 285, 286
Air-Force Poetry, 249
Aissa Saved, 364
Akra the Slave, 237
Albert, Prince, 7
Aldington. Richard, 247, 280-282, 283, 302
Alexander Pope, 273
Alexandria: A History and a Guide, 324
Aliens, 316
"All Fools," 52
Allingham, Marjorie, 302
Almayer's Folly, 169, 180
Amazing Marriage, The, 169
"Amazons, The," 486
"Ambition," 129
America, influence of, 258
Anatomy of Frustration, The, 188
And Even Now, 436
Angel Pavement, 364
Anglo-Saxon tradition, 266
Animal Farm, 374
Anna of the Five Towns, 198
Ann Veronica, 178, 187
"Anniversary of the Death of a Pilot," 251
Another Time, 286
"Anthem for Doomed Youth," 245
Anthology of Scottish Poets, 297
Anthology of War Poems, 229
Antic Hay, 256, 337
Anticipations, 187
Ape and Essence, 337
Apple Carl, The, 403
"Apologia," 106
"Apologia Pro Poemate Meo," 245
Aphrodite Against Artemis, 117, 118
Archer, William, 387, 402
Ardours and Endurances, 243
Aren't We All?, 390, 420

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations xv
  • Poetry & Fiction - 1890-1914 1
  • Verse Of Two World Wars 221
  • Poetry & Fiction 1918-1950 253
  • The Drama 1890-1950 386
  • Other Prose 1890-1950 422
  • Bibliography 493
  • Index 499
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