Medusa's Mirror: Studies in German Literature

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Index
Abraham a Santa Clara, 89
Aeschylus, 214, 244f.
aitheda, 63, 67
Albigenses, 48ff.
Aler, J. M. M., 196
Alker, E., 211
Andreas-Salomé, L., 169ff.
Angelloz, J. F., 178
Anzengruber, L., 92
Apocalypse, 35, 84
Ariosto, L., 47
Aristotle, 2, 17
Arnold, M., 229, 233
Atkins, S., 96, 99
Auden, W. H., 9, 12, 22f, 29, 169, 213, 256
Auerbach, E., 246f.
Aurelius, Marcus, 83
Averroes, Ibn Roshd-, 53f.
Avicenna, Ibn Sina, 52f.
Bachofen, J. J., 209, 211
Bamberg statues, 44f., 59f.
Bateson, W. F., 16f, 231ff.
Baudelaire, C. P., 120, 165, 244f.
Becher, J., 165
Bédier, J., 66f.
Beethoven, 90ff., 258
Benn, G., 9, 40f., 165, 256f.
Bennett, E. K., 201
Bernard of Clairvaux, St., 55
Bernart de Ventadour, 52, 60
Béroul(Tristran),62, 67ff.
Betz, M., 178
Blake, W., 8, 18f., 29, 121, 231, 252
Bluth, K. T., 141
Bodkin, M., 30
Böckmann, P., 249
Böhme, J., 35, 141, 216
Bondi, G., 185, 190
Bonhoeffer, D., 43, 255
Borchert, W., 154, 162
Bosch, H., 11
Bowra, C. M., 5, 201
Bowring, E. A., 32
Brentano, C., 217f.
Browning, Elizabeth Barrett, 94, 178
Brueghel, P., 11
Bruford, W. H., 249
Buddensieg, H., 214
Büchner, G., 147ff, 229, 252f.
Burckhardt, J., 211
Butler, E. M., 113, 169
Byron, Lord G. G., 34, 98, 203
Capellanus, A., 54f., 77
Carmina Burana, 54
Castiglione, B., 47
Catharism, 48ff.
Catullus, 135f.
Celtis, K., 88
Chévrefeuille, 64
Chlumberg, H. v., 162
Chrestien de Troyes, 57, 60ff., 246
Cicero, 47, 81, 147
Clare, J., 22
Clark, K., 162
Claudius, H., 213
Claudius, M., 20, 40
Clemen, W. H., 24f., 238ff.
Closs, Hannah, 46, 51, 66, 82, 134
Crane, R. S., 227
Cukasaptati, 64
Curtius, E. R., 47, 240f., 243
Dante, 26, 40, 45, 57f., 96f., 137, 173, 244f.
D'Arcy, M. C., 102, 138
Dehmel, R., 165
Denomy, A. J., 52
Diarmaid and Grainne, 63, 67, 79f.
Dietmar v. Eist, 86
Dietrichstein, Countess Aline, 170f.
Disney, W., 11
Dobrée, Bonamy, 233
Dostoevsky, F. M., 164, 208, 253f.
Droste-Hülshoff, A. v., 36, 217f.
Dru, A., 164
Duhamel, G., 99
Dunlop, G., 148ff.
Edda, 1, 85
Eichendorff, J. Freiherr v., 10, 20, 40, 195
Eilhart v. Oberge, 60ff.
Eleanor of Poitiers, Queen, 55ff.
Eliot, T. S., 9, 12, 18, 22f., 35f., 44, 99f., 217, 226ff., 244
Empson, W., 18, 231, 240
Enright, D. J., 174, 196
Ernst, P., 187
Euripides, 214, 244
Faust, 31, 98f., 107ff., 153f., 214, 252

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