A Dictionary of Literary Symbols

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Achilles Tatius fl. AD c. 150 Greek
Aelian (Claudius Aelianus) AD c. 170—235 Greek
Aeschylus 525—456 BC Greek
Aesop 6C BC Greek
Akenside, Mark 1721—70 English
Alanus de Insulis (Alain de Lille) c. 1128—1202 Latin
Alcaeus 7C BC Greek
Alcman 7C BC Greek
Alfieri, Vittorio 1749—1803 Italian
Ambrose d. AD 397 Latin
Amos 8C BC Hebrew
Anacreon 6C BC Greek
Antipater of Sidon 1C BC Greek
ap Gwilym, Dafydd 14C AD Welsh
Apollonius of Rhodes c. 295—215 BC Greek
Apuleius, Lucius(?) AD c. 125—160+ Latin
Archilochus 7C BC Greek
Argentarius, Marcus 1C AD? Greek
Arion 7C BC Greek
Ariosto, Ludovico 1474—1533 Italian
Aristophanes c. 445—c. 385 BC Greek
Aristotle 384—322 BC Greek
Arnim, Achim von 1781—1831 German
Arnold, Matthew 1822—88 English
Athanasius AD 293?—373 Greek
Athenaeus fl. AD c. 200 Greek
Atta, Titus Quintus d. 77 BC Latin
Augustine (Aurelius Augustinus) 354—430 Latin
Ausonius (Decimus Magnus Ausonius) c. 310—c. 393 Latin
Austen, Jane 1775—1817 English
Bacchylides 5C BC Greek
Bacon, Francis 1561—1626 English
Baïf, Jean Antoine de 1532—89 French
Baratynsky, Evgeny 1800—44 Russian
Barbauld, Anna Laetitia 1743—1825 English
Barlow, Joel 1754—1812 American
Bates, Katharine Lee 1859—1929 American

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  • A Dictionary of Literary Symbols *
  • Contents *
  • Acknowledgments viii
  • Abbreviations ix
  • Introduction 1
  • A Dictionary of Literary Symbols 7
  • Authors Cited 249
  • Bibliography 259
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