Latin Poetry and the Judgment of Taste: An Essay in Aesthetics

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INDEX OF NAMES
Adorno, Theodor W. 127
Apuleius 149
Archilochus 133, 134
Aristotle 32, 126, 168
Armstrong, Isobel 119
Arnold, Matthew 45–7
Atherton, Catherine 186
Auerbach, Erich 92
Augustus 140
Austen, Jane 123
Bailey, Cyril 191
Barnard, Mary 210
Barrell, John 126
Barthes, Roland 119 n. 37, 122 n. 49, 179–80
Battersby, Christine 34, 35
Batteux, Abbe 31
Bell, Clive 63–4
Benjamin, Walter 29, 129
Bennett, Tony 122
Bernini, Gian Lorenzo 212
Bloch, Ernest 121
Boland, Eavan 215–16
Bourdieu, Pierre 23, 108, 120
Bowie, Andrew 42
Boyle, A. J. 141
Bradley, A. C. 65–6, 67–8, 184
Bramble, John 91
Brecht, Bertolt 8
Brinsley, John 204, 216
Bromwich, David 119
Brophy, Brigid 75
Browne, Thomas 230
Browning, Elizabeth Barrett 6
Burke, Edmund 34–5
Burne-Jones, Sir Edward Coley 111, 112
Burrow, Colin 220
Byatt, Antonia 202
Caesar 219–20, 235
Callimachus 82, 135, 141, 143
Carroll, David 128
Carson, Edward 113–15
Cato 222
Catullus 75–8, 90–100, 103
Cazeaux, Clive 107
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor 68–9, 182
Conte, Gian Biagio 197 nn. 87 & 89,198
Cory, William 135
Cousin, Victor 189–90
Crabbe, George 152
Croce, Benedetto 25, 66 n. 30,72 n. 52, 128 n. 67
Crow, Thomas 23–4
Crowther, Paul 26
Cunningham, J. V. 88
Curtius, E. R. 140, 224
Dante Alighieri 45–6, 150, 185–6, 223–4
Davie, Donald 89–90
Davis, Gregson 82, 83, 134–5
de Bolla, Peter 127, 129, 158
de Man, Paul 68, 143, 162
de Quincy, Thomas 230
Derrida, Jacques 44, 68, 100–1, 102, 106
Dewey, John 72, 119
Docherty, Thomas 125 n. 59
Donatus 148
Dryden, John 144, 150, 189–90, 198, 206–7
Dumas, Marlene 38
Duve, Thierry de 27 n. 80
Eagleton, Terry 12, 20 n. 53, 26, 69, 121–2, 185
Eichendorff, Joseph von 40–1
Eliot, George 43

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgements ix
  • Prologue 1
  • 1: Immanuel Kant and Aesthetic Judgement 8
  • 2: Content, Form, and Frame 55
  • 3: Distinguishing the Aesthetic: Politics and Art 108
  • 4: The Aesthetic Turn: Latin Poetry and Aesthetic Criticism 167
  • Epilogue 237
  • Bibliography 239
  • Index of Names 257
  • Index of Subjects 261
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