T.H. Jones: Poet of Exile

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INDEX
Aberystwyth: THJ as student 66–75, 106–27; in THJ’s writing 34–7, 84
Aberystwyth Honourable Philosophical and Philological Society 119
‘Absalom, Absalom’ 208, 238
Abse, Dannie 166
‘Acrobat’ 69, 84
‘Adam’ 181
‘Adam’s song after paradise’ 234–5
Adams, Bill 112, 116
Adams, Henry 200
‘Address to my face’ 157
‘Adrift’ 91, 248–9, 253
Afanus, Bishop 2
‘After the quarrel’ 254
Airedale, HMS 77–8
Alexandria 78
Algiers 78, 82, 91–2, 95–7, 177
Allt-y-clych 1, 23, 54, 202, 225
Alvarez, A. 240, 241, 244
‘Amends’ 168
American literature, THJ’s criticism 135–6, 137–8, 152–4, 198–200, 221–3, 239
‘Ancestor, old lady’ 234
‘Ancestral’ 167, 168
‘Anglo-Welsh, The’ 142–3
Anglo-Welsh tradition 138–9, 251: first novel 7; Gwyn Jones and Welsh Review 109; THJ and 106, 242, 272
‘Anoeth bid bedd i Arthur’ 252, 255
Anthony, F. J. 42, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 52–3, 54, 58, 61, 63
Auchmuty (deputy warden, later principal of University College, Newcastle) 191, 197, 201
Auden, W H. 245; comparison with THJ 151, 270; influence on THJ 74, 75, 85, 93, 94–5, 97, 98, 99, 100–1, 105, 111, 115, 117, 119, 139, 149, 150, 170, 177, 178
Australia: THJ settles in New South Wales 188–230; THJ’s last 2 years 231–46
Australian, The 239
Australia and New Zealand Association of American Studies 198, 247
Australian poetry 224–6
Ayr 75–6
‘Back?’261, 263
‘Back to the loved sky’ 129
Bakhtin, Mikhail 261
‘ballad of me, The’ 167, 168–9
Barker, George 139, 140
Barthes, Roland 264
Baudelaire, Charles Pierre 149, 150
‘beast at the door, The’ 232, 251
Beast at the Door, The 27, 227, 231–6, 237, 252, 256
‘Before your father turns his verses on you’158
Behan, Brendan 240
Berger, John 16
Bergonzi, Bernard 262
Berryman, John 240
Betjeman, John 245
‘Between nightmare and nightmare’ 234

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