Too Good to Be True: The Life and Work of Leslie Fiedler

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INDEX
Abbey, Edward, 206
Abel, Lionel, 33, 184, 189, 190
Abraham, 234, 259
Accuracy in Media, 38
Achebe, Chinua: Things Fall Apart,251
Acheson, Dean, 64, 66
Adamnowsky, Tom, 182
Adams, Henry, 221
Africa, 251—52, 260
African Americans, 7—8, 54—55, 123—25, 139, 140, 168, 172, 252—54, 279, 304—11 passim
African American Studies, 334
Agee, James, 306
Agrarianism, 79, 161, 236—37, 280, 305, 310
Aldridge, John W.: The Party at Cranton,146—47
Alger, Horatio, 4, 106, 170
All in the Family (TV show), 257
Allstate Insurance, 213, 214
Alter, Robert, 286
Amazing Stories (magazine), 281
American Academy for Cultural Freedom, 63, 102, 218
American Academy of Arts and Letters, 316—17
American Council of Learned Societies, 214
American Federation of Televi- sion and Radio Artists (AFTRA), 256
American Jewish Committee, 63, 121, 156
American Mercury (magazine), 52
American Workers Party, 28
Amherst, New York, 187
Amico, Michael, 211
“Amos `n Andy” (radio and TV show), 298
Amsterdam, 131; University of, 213, 214, 215
Anaconda Copper Mining Company, 155
Andersen, Eric, 269, 270, 271, 272
Andersen, Soren, 269, 270, 272
Anderson, Sherwood, 100, 107, 124, 176, 206; “I Want to Know Why, ” 139
Anouilh, Jean, 259
Anti-Communism, 63—70 passim,155, 217, 242, 318
Anti-Semitism, 60, 76, 121, 122, 123—25, 126, 127, 136, 155, 190, 272, 277, 319, 320—21
Apollo, 153, 240, 248, 307
Appleton, Wanda, 256
Apraku, Abraham, 314
Apraku, Frank, 314
Apraku, Ruth, 314
Aragon, Louis: Red Front, The,13
Arbus, Diane, 293
Archetype, 54, 83, 85—93, 136, 244, 247, 342
Aristotle, 73, 77, 300, 334, 341; Poetics,93; Physics,51
Armstrong, Neil, 264
Arnold, Matthew, 90, 246
Arthur, King, 320
Asch, Sholem, 121
Ashkenazim Jews, 323
Asimov, Isaac, 282, 287; I Robot,293
Athens, 182, 250, 312; University of, 157—58
Atlanta, Georgia, 307, 314
Atlantic (magazine), 297
Atlantic Ocean, 208
Attica (prison), 265
Attila the Hun, 291
Auden, W. H., 94, 141, 142, 220
Augustine of Hippo, 304
Austen, Jane, 39, 75; Pride and Prejudice,336
Auverne, Countess of, 259
Babbitt, Irving, 182
Bacchae, 248
Bach, Richard: Jonathan Livingston Seagull,299
Backer, Moie, 11
Baker, Houston, 252, 279
Baldini, Gabrielle, 97
Baldwin, James, 125, 241, 253, 254; “Everybody's Protest Novel, ” 304; Notes of a Native Son, 103, 123—24

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