Twentieth Century Poetry: Selves and Situations

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Index
Acheson, Dean 149
Aeschylus
The Seven Against Thebes 61
Albert-Birot, Pierre 210
Allott, Kenneth 69, 84, 169, 171
Alloway, Lawrence 207 n
Alighieri, Dante 143, 258
The Divine Comedy 40, 74, 143, 258
Alpert, Barry 208, 214, 215 n, 221
Alvarez, A. 188
Amis, Kingsley 188, 189
Amis, Hilly 189
Andrade, Carlos Drummond de 131 n
‘Infancy’ 131 n
Apollinaire, Guillaume 210
Calligrammes 210
Araújo, Lilli Correia de 100
Aristotle 61, 62
Art News 215
Ashbery, John 190
‘The Invisible Avant-Garde’ 190
Auden, W. H. 67 n, 103, 112, 139, 163
‘Consider this and in our time’ 163
‘Hearing of harvests rotting in the valleys’ 139
‘In Praise of Gossip’ 67 n
‘Musée des Beaux Art’ 112 n
On the Frontier 68 n
‘A Summer Night’ 112 n
Baláz, Béla 251
Barker, Ilse 107
Barker, Kit 107
Barnes, Djuna 103
Barnes, William 41
Barrell, John 211, 217–18, 228
Bartók, Béla 251
Bluebeard’s Castle 251
Baudelaire, Charles 6, 121, 195
Baumann, Anny 100, 116
Beardsley, Aubrey 34
Beaton, Cecil 206 n
Bedient, Calvin 69, 82
Beněs, Edvard 57, 58
Benjamin, Walter 26–7 n
Benveniste, Asa 208
Bergson, Henri 172, 173, 176, 186
Berlin, Sven 70
Berrigan, Ted 208
Berryman, John 250
Bertolani, Paolo 178–81, 184–6
Incertezza dei bersagli 179, 185
‘La Casa di Charles’ 185
Bertolani, Graziella 185–6
Bertolucci, Attilio 139, 157
‘Un’esortazione ai poeti della mia città’ 157
Bible 128, 144, 153, 154, 224
Bidart, Frank 129
Binyon, Laurence 34
Bishop, Elizabeth 6, 9, 10, 18–19, 99–134, 139, 145 n, 148–51, 202, 203–4
‘Anaphora’ 100
‘The Bight’ 6, 110, 121
Brazil 111, 126
‘Chemin de Fer’ 102, 105
A Cold Spring 100, 104
‘A Cold Spring’ 101
‘Crusoe at Home’ 122, 124
‘Crusoe in England’ 116–34
‘Efforts of Affection’ 102–5
‘The Fish’ 110
Geography III 100
‘In Prison’ 125, 126
‘In the Waiting Room’ 9, 10
‘In the Village’ 105, 132
‘Invitation to Miss Marianne Moore’ 104
‘It is marvellous to wake up together’ 111
‘Manners’ 119
‘The Map’ 112–14, 145 n
‘A Miracle for Breakfast’ 139
North & South 100, 113
One Art: Selected Letters 99

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