An Introduction to the Methods and Materials of Literary Criticism: The Bases in Aesthetics and Poetics

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INDEX.
[The reference is to pages Italic numerals indicate a reference in which the bibliographical details are fairly complete. Bold-face figures indicate that the work in question is found in one of the sections headed "References."]
Abbott, E. A., 452,454, 503; Shakes. pearian Grammar, 459.
Abbott, E. A., and J. R. Seeley, English Lessons for English People, 452, 454, 455, 457, 459.
Abbott, Evelyn, Hellenica, 132.
Abelard, 159.
Academy, French, 432.
Accent, 453.
Acron, Helenius, 381.
Adams and Cleveland, Handbook of Am. Lit., 378.
Adams, C., history of aesthetics, in Grande Encyclopédie, 169.
Adams, C. K., The Study of History, 48
Adams, J. C., Literary Log-Rolling, 50.
Adams, J. Q., Lectures on Rhetoric and Oratory, 235.
Adams, W. D., Latter-Day Lyrics, 505.
Addison, Jos., 232, 393, 410, 419, 433; The Drummer, 413; papers on Paradise Lost, 384; Pleasures of the Imagination, 380,405; Spectator, 407, 408.
Aesthetic pleasure, Definition of, 88.
Aesthetic value, 85.
Aesthetic worth of literature, 361, 362.
Aesthetics, Danish, 107; Dutch, 107; English, 130, 131; French, 134; German, 127-129, 132-134; Greek, 126, 127, 131, 132; principles of, 80-171.
Aesthetics, Problems of, 81-87; physiological problems, 81-83; psychological problems, 83, 84; social problems, 84-86; speculative problems, 86, 87.
Aesthetics, Russian, 107.
Ahlqvist, Aug. E., Suomalainen runous-oppi kielelliselta kanalta, 515.
Ainger, A., Charles Lamb, 9.
Akenside, M., 434; Pleasures of the Imagination, 410.
Albert, Paul, 372, 444; La littérature française au XVIIe siècle, 365.
Aldhelm, 492; Epistola ad Acircium,501.
Alembert, J. L.d', Éloges,437.
Alexander, Concerning Figures, 235.
Alexander, Sir Wm., Anacrisis, 395.

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