Exile's Return: A Literary Odyssey of the 1920s

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Persons and Books: A Brief Index
À Rebours, by J. K. Huysmans, 254
Abdullah, Achmed, 178
Adams, Franklin P. (F.P.A.), 178, 181
"Aesthete: Model 1924," by Ernest Boyd, 190-93
Aesthete 1925, 244
Aiken, Conrad, 77, 176
America and the Young Intellectual, by Harold Stearns, 104
America Now, edited by Harold Stearns, 285
American Mercury, The, 35, 190, 195, 196
Ames, Oliver, Jr., 250, 268
Anderson, Sherwood,8, 9, 107, 180, 296
Aragon, Louis, 136, 138, 153, 155, 158, 163-64, 165, 168, 186
Arbuckle, Roscoe, 104
Asch, Nathan, 227
Axel's Castle, by Edmund Wilson, 141
Babbitt, Irving, 34, 302
Balzac, Honoré de, 26
Barrès, Maurice, 153
Baudelaire, Pierre Charles, 99, 112, 156, 163, 253, 257, 258
Beardsley, Aubrey, 35, 190
Benchley, Robert, 178
Bierce, Ambrose, 45
Bigelow, Mrs. Josephine Rotch, 246, 282-83
Billings, Henry (Josh), 197, 199
Bishop, John Peale, 114
Bliven, Bruce, 301
Blume, Peter, 227, 233
Bodenheim, Maxwell, 176, 177
Book of Masks, by Remy de Gourmont, 99
Book of Pirates, The, by Howard Pyle, 105
Bookman, The, 303
Bookman's. Daybook, A, by Burton Rascoe, 176
Borel, Pétrus, 161
Boyd, Ernest, 177, 190-95, 196, 224
Boyle, Kay, 251, 262, 277, 284, 292
Breton, André, 135-36, 138, 155, 155, 158, 163
Bridge, The, by Hart Crane, 231, 233, 234
Bromfield, Louis,9, 38
Brooks, Van Wyck,75-76, 78, 94
Broom, 9, 97, 133, 162, 172, 174, 178, 179, 180, 183, 185, 186, 188-90, 195, 196, 197-98, 204, 207, 224, 275
Brown, Charles Brockden, 300
Brown, Sue, 227, 232
Brown, William Slater, 38, 133, 179, 183-84, 186, 189, 197-99, 200, 207, 227-28, 230, 232, 233
Browning, Robert, 98, 122
Burke, Kenneth, 16, 23-26, 100, 106
160, 162, 179, 182, 189, 190, 202, 203, 222, 226, 291
Burnett, Whit, 277
Burning Wheel, The, by William Slater Brown, 227
Butler, James, 229
Butler, Samuel, 99
Butler, Theodore, 134
Byron, George Gordon, Lord, 17, 161
Cabell, James Branch, 177, 178
Canby, Henry Seidel, 174
Cantos, by Ezra Pound, 122, 124
Carlin, Terry, 199-200
Casanova, Giovanni Jacopo, 35

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