A Half-Century of Greatness: The Creative Imagination of Europe, 1848-1884

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Index
1848–1849 revolutions, 210–255; Austria, 213, 242, 245–251, 294; Bohemia, 213; death of, symbolic, 257; depression of the 1840s, 211; economic crisis, 211–213; England, 213, 251, 379; evictions, 212; failure of, 250–255; forewarnings, 210–211, 232; France, 213–241, 251–252, 254,323,328,363, 382, 417–418, 446–447; France (February 1848), xvi, 87–88, 207, 213, 226, 233, 238, 239, 312, 356; France (June Days, 1848), 236–241,323; Germany, 213, 241–245, 250, 299–300,301–304,327–328, 329–330,344–345,351,352; Hungary, 213, 244, 244, 247, 248–249, 250–251, 265, 266–269, 272–275,368; “Hungry Forties”/food shortages, 12, 87, 210–212; impact on literature/ arts, 328; Ireland, 213; Italy, 213, 244, 245, 251–255; Mill (John Stuart) and, 88; Palermo, 213; political crisis, 212–213; radical thinkers, 221–222, 230; realism, 329; Romanticism, 328; women in, 237
Adam Bede (Eliot), 458–464; bucolic reconstruction of the past, 455, 459–461, 462; Carlyle (Jane Welsh) and, 463, 464; Carlyle (Thomas) and, 463; Christianity in, 458; Dickens and, 464; education through suffering, 462; Eliot at work on, 457, 459; impact on readership, 463–464; moral conversion/change of heart, 462, 464; payment for, 459; popularity, 460; primacy of feelings over doctrine, 461; publication of, 459; religion as damper on political action, 461; resistance to injustice, 462–463; seduction and betrayal, 461; simple, everyday folk, 462; Tolstoy (Leo) and, 463; unconscious motivations, 463
“Address to Working Men, by Felix Holt” (Eliot), 486
Agnes Grey (Brontë), 404, 405, 430
Agoult, Marie-Catherine-Sophie de Flavigny d', Comtesse, 344
Aksakov, Ivan Sergeyevich, 120
Aksakov, Konstantin Sergeyevich, 115
Aksakov, Sergey Timofeyevich, 119
Albert, Prince Consort, 375, 376–377
Aldridge, Ira, 286
Alexander I, Tsar, 97
Alexander II, Tsar: accession to throne, 286, 311; Bakunin and, 313,314; Herzen (Alexander) and, 325; Shevchenko and, 286
Alienation: Carlyle (Thomas) and, 32; Feuerbach's Essence of Christianity, 32; Marx (Karl) on, 194–195,196–197; Michelet on, 220
All the Year Round (magazine), 464
Alla Vittoria (Mameli). See Canto degli Italiani Allingham, William, 21
Alov, V. (pseudonym), 102
American Notes (Dickens), 57
“Amos Barton” (Eliot), 455–457, 466
Anarchist individualism, 228–229
Anekdota (journal), 188
Anna Karenina (Tolstoy), 473
Annenkov, Pavel Vasilyevich: on 1840s Russia, 129,130; Belinsky and, 135; Botkin and, 133–134; Dostoevsky (Fyodor) and, 135; on Gogol in Rome, 106
Antaeus, 59, 281
Anti-heroes, 107
Antoinette, Marie, 55
Antonelli, Pyotr Dmitrievich, 153
Apologia (Newman), 69
Apostle (Petöfi), 269–271
Arabesques (Gogol), 102,112
Arany, János, 265
Areopagitica (Milton), 422
Aristophanes, 123

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