Dreams of Adventure, Deeds of Empire

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Index
Abbot, James, 209
Abney, Sir Thomas, 354
"Absent-Minded Beggar, The" (Kipling), 279
Ab Urbe Condita (Livy), 44
Adams, Brooks, 371
Adams, Henry, 207
Adams, John, 378
Adams, John Quincy, 378-79
Addison, Joseph, 62, 63, 91
Adventure narratives, 37-42, 52-58, 320-42, 350-52; see also specific titles
Adventures in the Caucasus, The (Dumas), 193-94
Adventures of a Younger Son (Trelawney), 114
Aeneid (Virgil), 42, 44-46, 48, 350
African Colony, The (Buchan), 383, 390
African Witch, The (Cary), 324
Agar, 354-55
Aimard, Gustave, 381
Ainsworth, Harrison, 125
Aissa Saved (Cary), 324
Aksakov, S. T., 165, 172, 199
Aldrich, Thomas Bailey, 245
Alexander I, Czar, 169
"Alexander Selkirk" (Cowper), 92
Alexei (son of Peter the Great), 179
Alger, Horatio, 273
Alice in Wonderland (carroll), 220
Allan Quatermaine (Haggard), 230-31
Allen, Jerry, 401
Allston, Washington, 379
Almayer's Folly (Conrad), 188, 298, 306, 307, 309, 400-401
Amadis de Gaul, 24, 26, 49-50
Amelia (Fielding), 61, 62
Ammalet Bek (Bestuzhev-Marlinsky), 170
"Ancient Mariner, The" (Coleridge), 95
Andrew Jackson: Symbol of an Age (Ward), 157
Anna Karenina (Tolstoy), 169, 174, 176, 184, 190, 201
Anne, Queen, 6
Annenkov, 171
Antony and Cleopatra (Shakespeare), 46, 48
"Appeal to Honour and Justice, An" (Defoe), 66-67
Applebee 's Journal, 68
Arabian Nights, The,293
Arago, Jacques, 225
Arbuthnot, John, 91
Arendt, Hannah, 26, 167, 233, 267, 355, 361n, 372, 390, 397, 400
Aristomilitary caste, see Caste
Arkwright, Sir Richard, 207, 239
"Army of a Dream, The" (Kipling), 279
Arnold, Matthew, 45, 65, 232, 250-52, 273, 278, 372
Arnold, Thomas, 352
Around the World in 80 Days (Verne), 227
Ashley, William H., 161
As You Like It (Shakespeare), 135
Atahualpa, 349
Atala (Chateaubriand), 148
Attila, 36
Audre, Bernard, 47
Augusta Triumphans (Defoe), 357, 361
Augustine, Saint, 201
Augustus, Emperor, 43-45, 48
Austen, Admiral, 305
Austen, Jane, 58, 59, 68, 84, 85, 305, 340-43, 367
Austin, Moses, 373
Aventures du Capitaine Hatteras, Les (Verne), 226
Avila, Saint Teresa de, 50
Bach, Johann Sebastian, 174
Bacon, Sir Francis, 41
Baden-Powell, Colonel, 211, 279
Bakeless, John, 379
Bakunin, Mikhail, 196
"Balance of power," 360
Balboa, Vasco Nuñez de, 213
Ballantyne, R. M., 212, 223, 224, 268, 385
Balzac, Honoré de, 25, 126, 149, 278, 363
Bancroft, George, 153-55, 377-78
Barbauld, Mrs., 354

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Dreams of Adventure, Deeds of Empire *
  • Contents vii
  • Prefatory Notes xi
  • I - Modern Empire, Caste, and Adventure 3
  • II - Narrative, Other Forms, and Literature-As-A-System 37
  • III - Defoe 66
  • IV - Scott 97
  • V - Cooper 129
  • VI - Tolstoy 164
  • VII - Popular Literature and Children's Literature 203
  • VIII - Twain 235
  • IX - Kipling 264
  • X - Conrad 297
  • XI - In the Trough of the Wave of Imperialism: Adventure Images after 1918 320
  • Conclusion 338
  • Notes 345
  • Bibliography 405
  • Index 411
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