A Fallen Idol Is Still a God: Lermontov and the Quandaries of Cultural Transition

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Index
Abbott, H. Porter, 254n9, 262n16
Abrams, M. H., 29f, 127–28, 225n6, 226n9, 226n11, 226n16
Adam Bede, 133, 134–35
Adolphe, 29, 116, 123, 135, 186f, 261n11
Angel of Death, The, 241 n 1
Anomie, see Cultural anomie
Anshen, Ruth, 89
Aristotle, 108
Arsenev, Vasilii Vasilievich, 235n2
Atala, 181f, 260n6, 260n7
Auerbach, Erich, 139, 253n2
Babbitt, Irving, 28
Backshadowing, 9–10, 58, 139, 252n27
Bacon, Francis, 250–51n13
Bagby, Lewis, 46, 138, 231n41, 238n15, 255n16, 257n25
Bakhtin, Mikhail, 258n35
Balzac, Honoré de, 62, 245n18
Baratynskii, Evgenii, 45
Barratt, Andrew, 150, 203, 253–54n6, 255n13, 257n22, 259n41, 259–60n2, 261n14, 261n15, 262n16, 262n2
Barzun, Jacques, 5, 7, 12, 56, 111, 229n32, 237n10, 249n9
Bate, W. Jackson, 14–15, 16, 82, 224n17
Batiushkov, Konstantin, 45
Belinskii, Vissarion, 52, 138, 142, 217–18, 221n1 (Chapter 1)
Bentley, Eric, 248n6
Berlin, Isaiah, 23, 31, 224–25n3
Berlioz, Hector, 55
Bestuzhev-Marlinskii, Aleksandr, 46, 231n41, 238n15, 261–62n16
Bestuzhev, Mikhail, 238n15
Bethea, David, 223–24n14
Blake, William, 25, 27f, 30, 48, 58, 88, 128, 160
Bloom, Harold, 60f, 82
Bonaparte, Napoleon, see Napoleon
Borel, Petrus, 257n26
Borges, Jorge Luis, 215
Boss, Valentin, 242n4
Bouwsma, William, 13, 14, 16, 35
Bride of Abydos, The, 62, 75f, 79, 239–40n21
Bride of Lammermoor, The, 135, 184f
Briggs, A. D. P.: on A Hero of Our Time, 150, 203, 253–54n6, 255n13, 257n22, 259n41, 259–60n2, 261n14, 261n15, 262n16, 262n2; on Lermontov's rhetoric, 234–35n62
Brontë, Emily, 229–30n34. See also Wuther ing Heights
Brown, Marshall, 224n15
Browning, Robert, 14, 38, 39–40
Büchner, Georg, 38, 225n3
Bulgakov, Sergei, 250n11
Bulwar-Lytton, Edward, 15, 37
Burkhardt, Jacob, 13
Burns, Robert, 37, 40, 114
Byron, George Gordon, Lord, 29, 38f, 58, 158, 191, 223n13, 227n18, 231n41, 236–37n9, 240n23; as representative of Romanticism, 20, 48, 56, 61–63, 66, 74, 83; epigones of, 37, 46, 49; Lermontov's relation to, 57, 59–61, 63–84, 96–99, 100f, 109, 210, 235n2, 235n3, 236n5, 236n7, 236n8, 237n14, 238n15, 239n19, 239n20, 239n21, 240n23, 241n29, 241n30, 241n32, 242n5, 244–45n16; public image of, 61–64, 237n10, 237n13, 237n14; heroes of, 52, 78f, 113, 115f, 119ff, 132, 137,148, 165f, 183, 210,

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