Writing the City: Urban Visions & Literary Modernism

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Index

a
Abbey Theatre, 19
Abel, 6
Adam, 5
Adams, Henry, 96 , 170 n7
"Aeolus," 130
"After the Race," 36 , 39
"Against American Literature," 99 , 100
Aldington, Richard, 110 , 111
Aldridge, John, 105
Alexandria, x , 129
Algren, Nelson, 26
Almorox, 28
American Democrat, The,24
American Tragedy, An,112
Ames, Christopher, 66
Anaximander, 32
Ancona, 61
Anderson, Margaret, 112 , 113
"Araby," 34 , 36 - 37 , 38 , 39 , 41 , 57
architectonic novel, 123
Arrowsmith,112
Athens, ix , 128 , 129
Autobiography of an Ex-Colored Man, The,27

b
Babbitt,113
Babel, 6
Babylon, 6 , 128
Bacchae, The,6
Bachelard, Gaston, 34 , 50
Baguely, David, 54 , 154 n61
Bahr, Herman, 11
Bakhtin, Mikhail M., 3
Balzac, Honoredé, 91 , 116
Girl with the Golden Eyes,
The,116
Bank of Manhattan, 22
Barnacle, Nora, 17
Barthes, Roland, 127 , 149 n2
"Semiology and Urbanism,' 31
"Bartleby, the Scrivener:
A Story of Wall Street," 24
Bastian, Adolf, 83
Baudelaire, Charles, 11 , 12 , 85 , 118
Beach, Joseph Warren, 106
Becker, George J., 107 , 174 n67
Belkind, Allen, 109
Benjamin, Walter, 11
Berlin, 14 , 43 , 81 , 92
Berlin, die Symphonie der Grosstadt (1927), 15
Berman, Marshall, 116
Beyond Good and Evil,118
Biely, Andrei, 11
Big City Triptych,14
Big City, The,14

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • Preface ix
  • Chapter One - "Saxa Loquuntur" 1
  • Chapter Two - Dubliners 31
  • Chapter Three - Grave Memories 59
  • Chapter Four - The Metropolitan Consciousness of a Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man 79
  • Chapter Five - Ulysses and Manhattan Transfer 95
  • Afterword 133
  • Notes 137
  • Bibliography 183
  • Index 215
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