John Davidson, First of the Moderns: A Literary Biography

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Index
'A.K.H.B.' (Andrew Kennedy Hutchinson Boyd)54
Abdul Hamid II159
Abercrombie, Lascelles261-2
Academy34, 46, 51-2, 88, 115, 162, 191-2, 252, 281; attacks Davidson's Civil List Pension 256, 259; review of Ballads and Songs130, of Self's the Man195, of The Testament of John Davidson268-9, of The Triumph of Mammon252
Adelphi Theatre 209
Aiken, Conradviii-ix
Albany, The 126, 134
Alden, W. L.207
Alexander, George161, 209-10
Alexander's Endowed School 18, 21-2
Allen, Grant121, 123-4, 140, 142, 147, 176, 212; Davidson's meeting with 142-4; Davidson's view of The Woman Who Did143; influence on Davidson of 'The New Hedonism' 124
Allen, Mrs Grant124
All's Well That End's Well ( W. Shakespeare) 23
'Alsace-Lorraine' ( G. Meredith) 199
'Ancient Mariner, The' ( S. T. Coleridge) 164
Anglo-Boer War 185-6, 228
Anglo-Saxon Review186
Archer, William10, 16, 118-19, 122, 168, 187, 193, 195, 200, 214, 231, 263; criticism of Davidson's Plays185, 187; review of The Theatrocrat233
Arena Goldoni, Florence264-5
Ariadne auf Naxos ( H. von Hofmannsthal) 34
Armbruster, Carl161
Arms and the Man ( G. B. Shaw) 150
Arnold, Edwin47
Arnold, Matthew142, 180-1
Art of Love ( Ovid) 246
Astons, the, neighbours in Penzance 273, 278
Athenaeum51, 81, 242; review of The Testament of An Empire-Builder204
Austin, Alfred147-8, 160
Aveling, Edward214
Aytoun, William Edmundstoune19
Bach, J. S.39
Bailey, P. J.19
Balfour, Lord194-6, 198, 208, 236; Davidson reads his Defence of Philosophic Doubt208
'Ballad of a Bun, A' ( O. Seaman) 117
'Ballade of the New Poets' ( R. Stephen) 128-9
Bandmann, Daniel Edward10
Balliol College, Oxford16, 20
Baring, Maurice100-1, 133
Barker, H. Granville234
Barlas, John37-8, 49, 54, 66-9, 75, 81-2
Barlas, Mrs John68
Barlow, Jane124
Barrack, Revd William27
Barrack-Room Ballads ( R. Kipling) 111
Barrie, J. M.16, 53, 141, 276
Barnum and Bailey's 177-8
Barnum, P. T.75
Bassano, photographers 179
Bateman, Isabel161
Beardsley, Aubrey95, 101, 102-3, 174; dismissal from The Yellow Book 138; illustration for Earl Lavender 131, for Scaramouch in Naxos107
Beardsley, Mabel107
Beaumont, Edouard de66
Becket ( S. Phillips) 195, 249
Beddoes, Thomas171
Beeching, H. C.118, 125, 133
Beerbohm, Maxviii, 100-3, 107, 153, 155, 174, 178-9, 218, 222-5, 248-9, 251, 262-3; caricature of Davidson261; Davidson visits the Crystal Palace with 239-40; parodies Davidson's style 248-9; review of Godfrida170-1, of A Queen's Romance, (Ruy Blas)216
Beethoven, L. van39
Bell, Charles246

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents xiii
  • List of Plates xiv
  • Abbreviations xv
  • 1 - Early Life, 1857-1888 1
  • 2 - London 1889-1893 44
  • 3 - Success 1894-1896 99
  • 4 - Breakdown 1897-1898 156
  • 5 - The Lure of the Theatre 1898-1901 174
  • 6 - Facing the New 1901-1907 198
  • 7 - Penzance 1907-1909 255
  • Select Bibliography 287
  • Index 291
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