Bernard Shaw, Frank Harris & Oscar Wilde

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INDEX
N.B.—As Oscar Wilde, Frank Harris and George Bernard Shaw figure on almost every page of this book, their names are omitted from the Index.
Adey, More, 205-8, 212, 213, 220
Adventures of John Johns, The,43-5, 51
Æschines, 120, 238
Esthetic Movement in England,65
d'Alençon, Emilienne, 12, 231-3
Alexander, Sir George, 152, 247-8, 281-2
Anderson, Mary, 99
Argyll, Duke of, 135
Arnold, Sir Edwin, 78-9, 81
Arnold, Matthew, 108
Astor, John Jacob, 264
Athenaeum, The,6, 91
Autobiography of Lord Alfred Douglas, xi, 51, 107, 153, 179, 252
Ballad of a Nun,54, 57
Ballad of Reading Gaol, II, 112, 151, 206, 209, 230
Balzac, Honoré de, 13
Baronet and the Butterfly, The, xiii,
Bath Club, 162
Battersea, Lord, 163
Bauer, Henri, 224, 270
Beardsley, Aubrey, 121
Beaubourg, Maurice, 114, 243
Beckett, Ernest, 121
Becque, Henri, 80
Bel-Ami,42-5
Bell, Thomas H., 254, 255, 275, 286-7
Bennett, Arnold, 75
Benson, Sir Frank, 70-2, 192
Berkeley Gold Medal, 34, 101, 145-6
Berlichingen, Goetz von, 132
Bernhardt, Sarah, 169-70, 248
Bibi-la-Purée, 86-7
Birrell, Augustin, 229
Bismarck, Count von, 51
Blackwood's Magazine,116-7
Blanche, Dr., 129, 259
Blunt, Wilfrid, 51
Bock, E. J., 68
Bogue, David, 89-90
Book of Snobs,128
Bookman, The,107, 286
Bordeaux, Henri, 42
Boston Evening Transcript,95
Bourget, Paul, 42
Bovet, Madame de, 222, 229, 230
British Museum, 201
Browning, Robert, 100
Brown-Potter, Mrs., 281
Buchanan, Robert, 169
Bunau-Varilla, Philippe, 271
Burton, Sir Richard, 131
Café Royal, 53, 96, 108, 138, 157-9
Caine, Sir Hall, 42, 246
Cape, Jonathan, 211
Captain Brassbound's Conversion,41
Carlisle, Lord, Viceroy of Ireland, 29
Carlyle, Thomas, 131
Carmen Sylva, 116
Carrell, Frederic, 43-5
Carrier, Jean-Baptiste, 277
Carson, Murray, 281
Casanova, 46, 52
Cassell, Petter & Galpin, 116
Catholicism, xii
Catilina, 142-3
Céard, Henri, 92
Cecil, Lord Edward, 124, 281
Cesarotti, Melchiorre, 26

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