The Professor and the Profession

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Adams, Hazard, 272
Adams, Henry, 284
Adams Express, the, 67
Adelman, Janet, 167
Aeschylus, 179
Aiken, Conrad, 109
Air travel. See Travel
Albee, Edward, 233–34
Alchemist, The (Jonson), 89
Alexander, Peter, 144
All-Americans, 38, 55
Allen, O. K., 111
Allen, Peter, 282
Allen, Raymond B., 129–31, 132, 133, 134
All Over (Albee), 233–34
All’s Well That Ends Well (Shakespeare), 190
All the King’s Men (Warren), 106, 113
American Dream, The (Albee), 233–34
American Express, 67
American Legion, 130, 132; and Cowley, 133–34, 135, 136
American literature, 4, 104
American Spectator, 101, 322
Amtrak, 72, 73, 75–76, 80. See also Travel
Anderson, Donald K., 133
Animal Farm (Orwell), 112
Anti-elitism, 293, 294, 297, 305. See also Education
Antigone (Sophocles), 179, 182, 212
Antony and Cleopatra (Shakespeare), 155, 165, 176, 268; and self-knowledge, 166, 167–69, 170–71
Apel, Miss Gertrude L., 132
Arbuckle, Fatty, 18
Aristotle, 165, 181–82
Arnold, Thomas, 68, 284, 321
At Heaven’s Gate (Warren), 106
Atlantic, 272
Austen, Jane, 239, 296, 347–48
Autobiographical Reflections (Voegelin), 325
Ayckbourn, Alan, 316
Ayres, Agnes, 18
Babbitt, Irving, 265–66, 267
Bacon, Francis, 283
Ballet, 47–48, 49
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, 69, 71
Baptists: in Welty, 244, 248–49, 257
Barfield, Owen, 313
Baseball, 14, 20–33, 60; Lebanon High School, 24; owners, 29–30; reporting, 27–28, 30–31; value of, 25–26, 28–29. See also Student-athletes
Basketball, 34, 52, 60, 293
Bawer, Bruce, 322, 324
Beach, Joseph Warren, 114
Beaumont, Francis, 158
Beck, Dave, 129
Becker, George, 282
Bellow, Saul, 134
Benét, Stephen Vincent, 114, 296
Berry, Charlie, 38
Bianchi family, 37
Bible, 3, 4, 9, 11, 17–18, 292, 303; cited, 313–14; in Corrington, 209, 218; in Welty, 249–50, 251–52
Biblia, 3, 5, 9, 11, 17–18, 275
Bishop, Elizabeth, 128
Blanchard, Dorothy, 95
Boeke, Kees, 310–11
Bolich, Tiny, 41
Bond, R. Warwick, 141, 142
Boston and Central Railroad, 71
Boston and Maine Railroad, 69
Bowen, Elizabeth, 116
Bradbury, Malcolm, 270, 271
Branch, Marjorie, 302
Brecht, Bertolt, 174
Broch, Hermann, 90
Brontë, Charlotte, 115, 239, 296, 310

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