Great World Writers: Twentieth Century - Vol. 6

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Index
Page numbers in boldface type indicate article titles. Page numbers in italic type indicate illustrations.
Abolition of Man, The (Lewis), 811, 818
Adlard, Charlie, 789
Adrift on the Nile (Mahfouz), 834, 835, 836
African Laughter (Lessing), 789
Akhenaten: Dweller in Truth (Mahfouz), 833
Allegory of Love, The (Lewis), 806
American Scoundrel (Keneally), 728
Amour et Psyche (sculpture), 823
Annie John (Kincaid), 750, 7 54–56
Arabian Nights and Days (Mahfouz), 833
At the Bottom of The River (Kincaid), 749, 750, 758, 760–61
Autobiography of My Mother (Kincaid), 750, 756, 757, 758
Autumn Quail (Mahfouz), 828–29, 833, 834, 836
Beggar, The (Mahfouz), 833
Beginning and the End, The (Mahfouz), 831, 836
Black Girl with Wings (painting), 761
[Black Notebook] (Lessing), 796
[Blue Notebook] (Lessing), 796
Briefing for a Descent into Hell (Lessing), 792
Bring Larks and Heroes (Keneally), 727, 728, 735
Cairo Trilogy, The (Mahfouz), 825, 826, 828, 829, 830, 832, 833, 834, 842–44
Canopus in Argos (Lessing), 789, 791, 793, 796, 797–99
Canova, Antonio, 823 Carey, Peter, 735
Carolus-Duran, Charles Emile, 775
Carrière, Eugène, 795
Cassatt, Mary, 782
Chant of Jimmie Blacksmith, The (Keneally), 728, 734, 735, 740–42
Chant of Jimmie Blacksmith, The (Keneally; screenplay), 729
Childhood of Cain and Abel (painting), 840
Children of Gebalawi (Mahfouz), 825, 828, 838, 840–41
Children of Violence (Lessing), 790, 791, 794, 795
[Christening, The] (Lawrence), 772
Chronicles of Narnia, The (Lewis), 806, 808, 810, 812, 813, 816, 818, 819, 820
Confederates (Keneally), 728
Conquerors, The (Malraux), 845, 847, 848, 853, 854, 855, 856–58
Dauzat, Adrien, 839
Days of Wrath, The (Malraux), 848, 849, 861
de Gaulle, Charles, 845, 850, 851, 854
Diaries of Jane Somers, The (Lessing), 789, 796–97
Diary of a Good Neighbour, The (Lessing), 791
Dinet, Etienne, 843
Documents Relating to the Sentimental Agents in the Volyen Empire (Lessing), 798
English Literature in the Sixteenth Century (Lewis), 806
Family in Interior (painting), 753 [Fear] (Mahfouz), 831
films, 727, 729–30, 736–37, 765, 770, 777, 779, 787, 793, 805, 831, 835, 842, 848, 849, 852, 853–54, 858, 861
[Fish] (Lawrence), 769
Five (Lessing), 799
Fountain and Tomb (Mahfouz), 835
Four-Gated City, The (Lessing), 792, 793, 794, 795
Géricault, Jean Louis Théodore, 822
[Girl] (Kincaid), 758, 759, 760
Going Home (Lessing), 789
Golden Notebook, The (Lessing), 785, 789, 791, 792, 796–97, 797
Gossip from the Forest (Keneally), 728, 734
Granet, François Marius, 743
Grass Is Singing, The (Lessing), 785, 789, 791, 793, 800, 801
Great Divorce, The (Lewis), 821–22
Great Shame, The: And the Triumph of the Irish in the English-Speaking World (Keneally), 728, 734, 744, 745, 746
Greene, Graham, 734, 739, 773, 854
Hams al-junun (Mahfouz), 828
Harafish, The (Mahfouz), 838, 839
Hubb tahta al-matar, Al- (Mahfouz), 835
[Hunger] (Lessing), 799
Huxley, Aldous, 813
Interior (artwork), 755
James, Henry, 769
James, Laura, 761
Jenny Cassatt with Her Son (painting), 782
Journey of Ibn Fattouma, The (Mahfouz), 833
Joyce, James, 769, 772, 783
Karnak, Al- (Mahfouz), 831
Keneally, Thomas, 725–46
Khan al-khalili (Mahfouz), 833, 835
Kifah Tiba (Mahfouz), 825, 828
Kincaid, Jamaica, 747–62
Kiss, The (painting), 775
Lady Chatterley's Lover (Lawrence), 763, 766, 767, 768, 769, 770, 776, 778–81
Laetitia (Haitian artist), 760
Landlocked (Lessing), 794
Lawrence, D. H., 763–84
Lawrence, Frieda von Richthofen Weekley, 765, 766, 767, 768, 781
L'Engle, Madeleine, 813
Lessing, Doris, 785–802
Lewis, C. S„ 803–24
Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, The (Lewis), 808, 813, 818, 820
Lord of the Rings, The (Tolkien), 806, 810
Love, Again (Lessing), 791
Love Poems and Others (Lawrence), 765
Lucy (Kincaid), 751, 752, 756, 761
Luhan, Mabel Dodge, 766, 767
Macdonald, George, 816, 822
Mahfouz, Naguib, 825–44
Making of the Representative for Planet 8, The (Lessing), 798
Malraux, André, 845–62

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  • Title Page 721
  • Contents 723
  • Thomas Keneally 725
  • Jamaica Kincaid 747
  • D.H. Laurence 763
  • Doris Lessing 785
  • C. S. Lewis 803
  • Naguib Mahfouz 825
  • André Malraux 845
  • Index 863
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