Virginia Woolf and the Bloomsbury Avant-Garde: War, Civilization, Modernity

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INDEX
Abel, Elizabeth, 356n29, 361n10, 365n31, 368n46, 383n2, 395n6, 401nn40, 42, 403n5, 406n15, 407n24, 408n29, 412n49
abstract form, 146–58, 175, 198–210, 308, 338n49, 367n42, 368n44, 372n4, 374n14, 380n54. See also aesthetics; Wörringer, Wilhelm
Adorno, Theodor, 84, 352n35
Aeschylus: Agamemnon, 24
aesthetics, 12–32, 337n47, 177–210 passim; and abstraction, 128–73 esp. 141–50, 152–58; and the everyday, 302ff.; and politics, 19–26, 177–80, 413nn57–60. See also beauty; Bell, Clive; Fry, Roger; Kant, Immanuel; Wörringer, Wilhelm
agnosticism, Stephen family's, 16–17, 112, 262, 396n10
allegory, 40, 52, 105f., 214, 219–56 passim; and lost history, 234–51
Althusserian subject, 74, 75
Anderson, Perry, xi
androgyny, 180–98
Angel in the House, 140, 218f., 232, 341n77
Annan, Noel, 16, 337n46
"Anon" (author), 191. See also "Mary Hamilton"; Woolf, Virginia, works, essays: "Anon" and "The Reader"
Antigone. See Sophocles
anti-Semitism, 2, 9, 266f., 287, 398n21
Arendt, Hannah, xiii, 3, 28, 314–15, 319–23, 325nn1, 3, 329n11, 332n21, 334nn38–39, 409n39, 413nn57–60, 414n62
Arnold, Matthew, 337n47
Artaud, Antonin, 410n40
Astell, Mary, 283, 398n23
atheism, 96–119, 363n20; Clarissa's, 96f., Freud's, 111–12, Septimus's, 116f., Tansley's, 138. See also agnosticism; Enlightenment project; skepticism
Auden, W. H., 322, 328n9
audiences/addressees, 29–32, 212–56, 259–84, 286–324 esp. 303–24, 402n50. See also public; readers; spectators/spectatorship
Auerbach, Erich, 139, 291, 364n26, 405n12
Austen, Jane, xiii, 44, 53, 178, 193, 197; Persuasion, 44
autobiographical artist-figures, 128–73, 174–210, 241–251; as trees, 390n47, 411n45, 412n53
autobiographical sources, Woolf's, 95f., 124f., 128–73 esp. 150, 153, 158–59, 174–56 passim
autobiography, 225f; women's, 372n3, 384n4, and censorship, 231. See also life drawing; Woolf, Virginia, works, memoirs
avant-garde, 1–32 esp. 3, 28, 266, 328nio, 329n11; and La Trobe's theatrical practice, 410n40
Bakhtin, M. M., 214f., 221, 235, 383n3, 409n37, 410n40. See also dialogic poetics; genre: experimental; speech genres
Ballinger, W. G., 335n42
Banfield, Ann, 34onn66, 68, 363n18, 371n64
Barnes, Leonard, 335n42
Barrett, Eileen, 357n37
Barrett, Elizabeth, 277, 283, 401n40
Barthes, Roland, 23, 311, 410n40
beauty, 188, 302–6, 315–16, 319–22. See also aesthetics
Beauvoir, Simone de, 26, 30, 75, 344n94
Beer, Gillian, 363n18, 373nn6, 8, 380n54, 404n6
Behn, Aphra, 194
Bell, Clive, xiii, 1, 5, 7, 12, 13–16, 21, 22, 34, 9°, 148, 150, 290, 323, 326n4, 33on14, 331n20, 332nn22–23, 338nn51, 54, 34onn67, 69, 343n87, 347nnn-12, 374n13, 39on44; Peace at Once, 5–6; significant form, 13–16, 141, 178

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