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Index Nominorum, Issues 41-51

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1Achebe, Chinua, XLVII 177-191; Arrow of God, XLVII 180; Girls at War and Other Stories, XLVII 177-191; No Longer at Ease, XLVII 179; Things Fall Apart, XLVII 179; “Akueke”, XLVII 186; “Girls at War”, XLVII 180; “The Madman”, XLVII 186; “The Sacrificial Egg”, XLVII 180-183, 186; “Uncle Ben’s Choice”, XLVII 180-184

2Ackroyd, Peter, XL 29-30, 33-34, 37, 40, 43; Albion: The Origins of the English Imagination, XL 43; London: The Biography, XL 43; “London Luminaries and Cockney Visionaries”, XL 43

3Adams, Henry, XLIX 33, 42; Education, XLIX 42

4Adorno, Theodor, XLIX 191, 198, L 13, 36, 41, 45; Aesthetic Theory, XLIX 198

5Aeschylus, XL 86

6Aesop, XL 38, XLV 15; Fables, XLI 358; “The Viper and the File”, XLV 15

7Alberti, Leon Battista, L 193

8Alcott, Louisa May, Little Women, XLI 360

9Alexie, Sherman, XLI 110-112, 115, XLV 123-134; Indian Killer, XLV 129; The Lone Ranger and Tonto Fistfight in Heaven, XLI 109-111, 113-115; Reservation Blues, XLI 110; Smoke Signals, XLI 110; The Toughest Indian in the World, XLI 115, XLV 124; “The Approximate Size of My Favorite Tumor”, XLI 111; “Distances”, XLI 111; “Imagining the Reservation”, XLI111; “The Sin Eaters”, XLV 123-134; “Somebody Kept Saying Powwow”, XLI 111; “This Is What It Means to Say, Phoenix, Arizona”, XLI 100

10Alger, Horatio, From Bootblack to Millionaire, XLIV 91

11Allen, Paula Gunn, XLVII 77, 104

12Althusser, Louis, XL 145, L 79, LI 119

13Altman, Robert, XLVI 173; Short Cuts, XLVI 173

14Alvarez, Julia, How the García Girls Lost Their Accents, XLI 112

15Amado de Faria, Jorge, XLI 294

16Anderson, Sherwood, XLVII 87, XLIX 33, 144, 160; Winesburg, Ohio, XLI 103, 107, XLVIII 45, XLIX 160; “The Book of the Grotesque”, XLI 105; “Death in the Woods”, XLI 107; “Hands”, XLI 107

17Andrews, Michael, XLI 125

18Angelou, Maya, XLVII 193

19Anouilh, Jean, Eurydice, LI 142

20Anthony, Michael, XLI 289

21Anzieu, Didier, XLV 127-128

22Apollinaire, Guillaume, XLVII 54

23Arcimboldo, Giuseppe, XLV 101

24Arendt, Hannah, L 56

25Aristotle, XLII 157, XLIII 137-138, XLVII 55, XLIX 25, 77, LI 17, 20, 97; Poetics, XLI 27, 38; Rhetoric, XLI 107; Topics, XLII 157

26Armah, Ayi Kwei, XLVII 183

27Armstrong, Jeannette, XLVII 102

28Arnason, David, XLI 83-92; Fifty Stories and a Piece of Advice, XLI 91; “The Sunfish” XLI 83-92

29Artaud, Antonin, LI 53, 119

30Atwood, Margaret, XLV 126, XLVII 104, XLVIII 81-93; Cat’s Eye, XLVIII 84, 86; Handmaid’s Tale, XLV 124, 126; “Bluebeard’s Egg”, XLVIII 81-93; “True Stories”, XLVIII 83

31Auden, Wystan Hugh, XLII 63

32Auerbach, Frank, XLI 125

33Augustine of Hippo (Saint Augustine), XLI 156, XLII 45, 47, 58, XLV 107, XLVII 55; Confessions, XLII 45, 47, 58; Expositions on the Psalms, XLII 33

34Austen, Jane, XLIII 12, 13, 21, 27, L 70-71; Emma, L 70; Mansfield Park, XLIII 71-72

35Auster, Paul, The Invention of Solitude, XLIV 76

36Austin, John L., XLIX 153, L 76; How to Do Things with Words, XLVII 140

37Babel, Isaac, XLI 187, XLVII 87; The Red Cavalry, XLI 187

38Bachelard, Gaston, XL 53, XLV 34-35, 55, XLVI 27, 131, 136, 141, XLVIII 30-31, L 192; L’Eau et les rêves: Essai sur l’imagination de la matière, XL 55-56; The Poetics of Space, XLVI 131

39Bacon, Francis, XLI 125, XLVI 13

40Baker, Jospehine, XLVII 82

41Bakhtin, Mikhail M., XLI 87, 112, 114, XLII 33-34, 38-40, 45-47, 50, 53, 57-58, XLIII 66, XLIV 53, XLVI 43, 47, 59, XLVII 111, 130, 178, XLVIII 86, XLIX 43, 138, 143, 145, LI 51, 90; Art and Answerability: Early Philosophical Essays by M. M. Bakhtin, XLII 45, 47, 51, 54, 58; The Dialogic Imagination / Le principe dialogique,; XLI 115, XLII 34-35, 37-40, 43, 57, XLIV 53, XLVII 111, 116, 133, XLIX 138, 143; Ecrits, XLVII 133; Esthétique et théorie du roman, XLVII 130; Notes Made in 1970-1971, XLII 33; Problems of Dostoevsky’s Poetics, XLII 46, 55, 58, XLVII 115; Speech Genres and Other Late Essays, XLII 39, 53, 57

42Baldung, Hans “Grien”, XLVIII 62-64, 66; Death and the Maiden, XLVIII 62-63; Death and Woman, XLVIII 62; Girl and Death, XLVIII 62

43Baldwin, James, XL 109-120, XLVII 65; Going to Meet the Man, XL 111; “Going to Meet the Man”, XL 109-120

44Balzac, Honoré de, XLI 128, 188, 206, XLVI 20, 29; L’enfant maudit, XL 53; Splendeurs et misères des courtisanes, XLVI 21

45Banks, Iain, XLVII 31; The Business, XLVII 31

46Barker, Howard, LI 113

47Barnes, Djuna, Nightwood, XLI 108

48Barnes, Julian, Cross Channel, XLVII 22; “Experiment”, XLVII 22

49Barnes, Margaret Ayre, XLI 309

50Barrie, James Matthew, XLV 48

51Barth, John, XLI 377, XLVI 156, 168; Lost in the Funhouse, XLI 108; “A Few Words about Minimalism”, XLVI 156; “The Literature of Exhaustion”, XLI 375

52Barthelme, Donald, XLVI 168

53Barthes, Roland, XL 98, 127-128, XLV 133, XLVI 28, 51, 59, XLVII 58, 127, 130, 132, 139, 160, XLVIII 13, XLIX 22, 29, 34, 120, L 12, 185, LI 125-126; Le bruissement de la langue / The Rustle of Language, XLVII 139, LI 125; Le Degré zéro de l’écriture, XLV 133; Essais critiques, XLVI 51; Le Grain de la voix. Entretiens 1962-1980, XLVII 128; Pleasure of the Text / Le Plaisir du texte, XL 128, 133; S/Z, XL 106, XLI 65; “De la parole à l’écriture”, XLVII 127-128 ; “The Reality Effect”, LI 125

54Bataille, Georges, XLIII 128, 129, XLIX 32, 44, 120

55Bates, Herbert Ernest, XLI 184, 193, XLV 65

56Batteux, Charles, XL 144; Nouvel Examen du préjugé sur l’inversion, XL 144

57Baudelaire, Charles, XLI 338, 366, XLVI 29; Les Fleurs du mal, XLVI 29; “L’Albatros”, XLIV 45-46; “Danse Macabre”, XLII 97; “Ode à la Beauté”, XLI 366

58Baudrillard, Jean, XLVI 108, XLVIII 86-87, 89-90, LI 109-110; “The Procession of Simulacra”, XLVIII 86

59Baynton, Barbara, XL 85-96; Bush Studies, XL 85-96; Human Toll, XL 85, 94; “Billy Skywonkie”, XL 88, 92-93; “Bush Church”, XL 93-94,; “The Chosen Vessel”, XL 89, 91-92; “Scrammy ’And”, XL 92-93; “Squeaker’s Mate”, XL 87, 92; “The Tramp”, XL 85, 89; “When the Curlew Cried” (working title of “the Tramp”), XL 89

60The Beach Boys, XLIII 123

61Becker, Jacques, Casque d’or, XLI 130

62Beckett, Samuel, XLI 25-39, 130, 149, 226, XLII 86, XLVII 49-64, LI 52-53, 62; Comment c’est / How It Is, XLVII 49-64; The Complete Short Prose, 1929-1989, XLVII 49; Disjecta: Miscellaneous Writings and a Dramatic Fragment, XLVII 52; Endgame, XLI 36; L’image, XLVII 49-64; Molloy, XLVII 56; Stories and Texts for Nothing XLI 25-39; The Unnameable / L’Innomable, XLV 141, XLVII 59; Waiting for Godot, XLI 128; Watt, XLVI 54; “Dante and the Lobster”, XLI 226, 229

63Beerbohm, Max, XLI 245

64Beethoven, Ludwig van, XLII 117, L 201, 208

65Behan, Brendan, XLI 143, 149-151

66Bell, Vanessa, XLI 43, 44, 50, 54, L 125, 141, 163, 167, 185, 187-188, 201

67Belloc, Hilaire, Cautionary Verses, XLV 53

68Bellow, Saul, XLI 277, 314, XLIII 88, XLVI 166

69Benjamin, Walter, XLV 157, XLVI 34-35, XLVII 144, 146, L 162; “Le narrateur”, XLVII 88, “L’oeuvre d’art à l’ère de sa reproductibilité technique” / “The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction”, XLV 156, XLVII 88, L 162

70Bennett, Arnold, XLI 169-174, 191; The Grim Smile of the Five Towns, XLI 169; Hilda Lessways, L 178; The Old Wives’ Tale, XLI 169, 173; “The Death of Simon Fuge”, XLI 169-174

71Bennett, Louise, XLVII 156

72Benveniste, Emile, XL 145, XLI 73, XLIX 137; Problems in General Linguistics, XLI 81

73Bergman, Ingrid, XLVIII 96

74Bergson, Henri, XLVI 27, 140, 142

75Berkeley, George, XLIX 44

76Berlioz, Hector, LI 142

77Berry, Chuck, XLVIII 66

78Bettelheim, Bruno, XLV 54-55

79Bizet, Georges, Carmen, XLIV 43

80Blanchot, Maurice, XLV 141, XLIX 121

81Blake, George, The Shipbuilders, XLII 77, 87

82Blake, William, XL 30, XLV 165, 170-171, L 188

83Blau, Herbert, LI 119

84Bloy, Léon, XLI 127

85Boccaccio, Giovanni, XLVI 21; The Decameron, XLI 103, 109

86Bogan, Louise, XLIV 42

87Bond, Edward, LI 113

88Bonnefoy, Yves, XLVI 59

89Borgès, Jorge Luis, XLI 245, XLIII 29

90Bowen, Elizabeth, XLI 179, 343, L 177, LI 81-82, 87-92; Collected Impressions, LI 82; The Demon Lover, LI 87; Encounters, LI 82, 87; “Notes on Writing a Novel”, LI 89; “Oh! Madam...”, LI 81, 87-88, 92-93; “Review of Virginia Woolf”, LI 82

91Boyle, Tom Coraghessan, XLII 111-112, 119-120, 122-124, 126, 128, 131; East Is East, XLII 111; Riven Rock, XLII 112; The Road to Wellville, XLII 112, 119; Water Music, XLII 111, 119; “The Fog Man”, XLII 111; “The Friendly Skies”, XLII 112; “Greasy Lake”, XLII 111-112; “My Widow”, XLII 112, 123; “Sinking House”, XLII 119

92Brand, Dionne, XLI 290, XLVII 156

93Brando, Marlon, XLIX 15

94Brathwaite, Edward Kamau, XLVII 156; “The Dust”, XLI 301

95Brecht, Bertolt, LI 104, 113, 124, 127, 131, 133, 135; Brecht on Theatre: The Development of an Aesthetic, LI 133; Schriften 2, LI 131; “Alienation Effects in Chinese Acting”, LI 133; “Über das Theater der Chinesen”, LI 131

96Brenan, Gerald, XLV 67; A Personal Record, 1920-1972, XLV 67

97Brett, Dorothy, LI 82

98Bridge, Frank, L 208

99Brontë, Charlotte, XLI 224, XLVIII 85; Jane Eyre, XLVIII 85

100Brooks, Gwendolyn, XLVII 197

101Browne, Sir Thomas, XLV 150, 159, L 11-13; Urn Burial, L 11;

102Browning, Elizabeth Barett, XLIII 18, 27

103Burke, Kenneth, XLIV 42

104Burton, Robert, XLI 182; Anatomy of Melancholy, XLI 182

105Busby, Margaret, (ed.) Daughters of Africa: An International Anthology of Words and Writing by Women of African Descent, XLVII 194

106Butler, Judith, LI 116, 119-120

107Butler, Robert Olen, Tabloid Dreams, XLI 108

108Butor, Michel, La Modification, XLVI 28

109Byatt, Antonia Susan, XLI 215-231, 350, XLV 145-161, XLVII 194; Angels and Insects, XLI 215; Degrees of Freddom: The Early Novels of Iris Murdoch, XLI 215; The Game, XLI 215; The Matisse Stories, XLI 215; Passions of the Mind: Selected Writings, XLI 215; Possession: A Romance, XLI 215-216, 218-220, 224-225, XLV 150, 153; The Shadow of the Sun, XLI 215; Still Life, XLI 215; Sugar and Other Stories, XLI 215; Unruly Times: Wordsworth and Coleridge in their Time, XLI 215; The Virgin in the Garden, XLI 215, 226; “Arachne”, XLV 145-161; “Art Work”, XLI 220, 228; “A Book of Bad Fairies”, XLI 220; “A Book of Good Fairies”, XLI 220; “The Changeling”, XLI 219, 226, 228; “The Chinese Lobster”, XLI 215-216, 220, 223, 226, 228-229; “The Conjugal Angel”, XLI 220-221; “The Dried Witch”, XLI 218-219, 228; “In the Air”, XLI 228; “The July Ghost”, XLI 217, 226, 228; “Loss of Face”, XLI 228; “Medusa’s Ankles”, XLI 226, 228; “Morpho Eugenia”, XLI 224; “The Next Room”, XLI 217, 221-222, 228; “Old Tales, New Forms”, XLV 146; “On the Day that E.M. Forster Died”, XLI 223, 228-230; “Precipice-Encurled”, XLI 228; “Racine and the Tablecloth”, XLI 218, 228-230, XLV 150; “Rose-Coloured Teacups”, XLI 218, 226, 228; “Sugar”, XLI 222; “Things Are Not What They Seem”, XLI 224

110Byron, George Gordon, Lord, XLI 241; Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage, XLI 241; “Written after Swimming from Sestos to Abydos”, L 187

111Caedmon, Hymn, XLVII 31

112Cahan, Abraham, XLIII 45-58; The Imported Bridegroom and Other Stories of the New York Ghetto, XLIII 47; Yekl, XLIII 45-58; Yekl and The Imported Bridegroom, XLIII 46

113Calasso, Roberto, XLV 158; Le Nozze di Cadmo e Armonia / The Marriage of Cadmus and Harmony, XLV 147

114Callaghan, Morley, XLIII 80; That Summer in Paris, XLIII 79

115Calvino, Italo, XLV 148, 153-155, 157, XLVI 54; Six Memos for the Next Millennium, XLV 155; “Ovid and Universal Contiguity”, XLV 148

116Calzabigi, Ranieri de’, LI 142

117Cameron, Julia Margaret, L 153-154, 157, 159-160, 163-164, 166

118Camus, Albert, XL 62, XLI 128, XLV 168; L’Etranger, XLV 141; Le Mythe de Sisyphe, XL 62, 67

119Capote, Truman, XLI 294

120Carlyle, Thomas, XLI 147

121Carrington, Leonora, XLII 161

122Carroll, Jim, XLI 151

123Carroll, Lewis, XLV 47-48, 113; Alice in Wonderland, XLIX 143; Through the Looking-Glass, XL 41, XLIX 127, LI 126

124Carson, Anne, Autobiography of Red, XLV 146

125Carter, Angela, XL 29, LI 109-136; Burning Your Boats: The Collected Angela Carter Stories, LI 123-125, 127-134; The Curious Room: Collected Dramatic Works, LI 123, 127; Fireworks, LI 123-136; Nights at the Circus, LI 109, 112, 127; The Passion of New Eve, LI 127; Shaking a Leg: Collected Journalism and Writings, LI 123; Wise Children, LI 109, 112, 124; “Elegy for a Freelance”, LI 132-133; “The Executioner’s Beautiful Daughter”, LI 126-127; “Flesh and the Mirror”, LI 124-126, 130-131; “The Loves of Lady Purple”, LI 124, 129, 133; “Master”, LI 132; “Notes from the Front Line”, LI 123; “Overture and Incidental Music for A Midsummer Night’s Dream”, LI 109-122; “Penetrating to the Heart of the Forest”, LI 130; “Preface to Come Unto These Yellow Sands”, LI 127; “Reflections”, LI 126, 132, 134; “The Smile of Winter”, LI 124-125; “A Souvenir of Japan”, LI 124, 128, 132

126Carter, Betty, XLVII 193

127Carver, Raymond, XLI 355, 362, 367, 378-381, XLII 61-74, 147-158, XLVI (special issue), L 177, 179, LI 19, 34-36; All of Us: The Collected Poems, XLVI 16, 65, 99; Beginners: The Original Version of What We Talk About When We Talk About Love, XLVI 17; (ed) The Best American Short Stories, XLVI 81; Call If You Need Me: The Uncollected Fiction and Other Prose, XLVI 16, 23, 63, 65, 68, 89, 103, 118, 176-177; Cathedral, XLII 62, XLVI 14-17, 67, 75, 77-78, 81-84, 89, 97, 100, 116-117, 158, 160, 173-177, 179; Conversations with Raymond Carver, XLVI 21, 23, 27, 31-32, 46, 48, 53, 59-60; Elephant and Other Stories, XLVI 176, 179; Fires: Essays, Poems, Stories, XLI 379-380, XLII 62, 69, XLVI 14, 32, 37, 45, 50-53, 56-57, 60, 81, 116-117, 119, 130, 174-176, 178; Furious Seasons and Other Stories, XLVI 14, 170-171; No Heroics, Please: Uncollected Writings, XLVI 16, 89, 107, 110; Tell It All, XLVI 16; Ultramarine, XVLI 67, 99; What We Talk About When We Talk About Love, XLVI 14-17, 67, 75, 78-79, 81-82, 85, 97, 100-101, 107, 109, 115, 119, 170, 173, 175-176, 178; Where I’m Calling From, XLVI 97-101, 103, 116-117, 148, 175; Where Water Comes Together with Other Water: Poems, XLVI 95; Will You Please Be Quiet, Please?, XLII 61, 69, 157, XLVI 13, 15, 17, 43, 65, 67, 90-91, 95, 97, 99, 107, 112-115, 165, 168, 170, 175, LI 35; “The Aficionados”, XLVI 110-111, 117; “After the Denim”, XLII 63, XLVI 96; “Anathema”, XLVI 95; “Are These Actual Miles?”, XLVI 172, 180, LI 35; “Are You A Doctor?”, XLII 157, 180; “The Bath”, XLVI 14, 76, 82-83, 117, 130, 132, 141, 175; “Bicycles, Muscles, Cigarets”, XLVI 97, 113-114; “Blackbird Pie”, XLII 72, XLVI 72, 97-98, 103, 118, 130, 133, 136, 179; “Boxes”, XLVI 178; “The Bridle”, XLVI 27, 90; “Bright Red Apples”, XLVI 110; “Call If You Need Me”, XLVI 68, 72, 97-99, 103, 177, 179; “Careful”, XLVI 102, 160, 177-178; “Cathedral”, XLVI 14, 52, 76, 81-82, 85-86, 98, 103, 111, 130-133, 136, 144, 160, 173, 180; “Chef’s House”, XLVI 24, 27, 77-78, 97, 102, 131, 133-134, 160, 177; “Chef’s Wife”, XLVI 131; “The Child”, XLVI 65; “Collectors”, XLII 61-74, XLVI 11, 20, 91, 102, 136; “The Compartment”, XLII 71, XLVI 21, 27-28, 65, 97, 117, 160, 178; “Distances”, XLVI 14, 172; “Dreams”, XLVI 24-25, 63, 65, 67-70, 72-73, 90-92, 96; “The Ducks”, XLVI 133, 135; “Dummy”, XLVI 172; “Elephant”, XLVI 65, 178; “Errand”, XLVI 28-29, 147-163, 180; “Everything Stuck to Him”, XLVI 14, 172, “Fat”, XLII 62, 72, XLVI 45, 101, 158, 171; “The Father”, XLII 147-158, 170; “Fear”, XLVI 130; “Feathers”, XLII 66, XLVI 84, 100, 133-134, 157-158, 179-180; “Fever”, XLVI 97, 132-133, 178; “Fires”, XLVI 65; “Furious Seasons”, XLVI 109, 111; “Gazebo”, XLVI 115, 129, 133-134; “Gravy”, XLVI 130; “The Hair”, XLVI 177; “Harry’s Death”, XLVI 175; “How About This?”, XLII 72; “I Could See the Smallest Things”, XLVI 31, 99, 133, 135; “The Idea”, XLVI 101, 171; “Intimacy”, XLII 63, XLVI 100, 117; “Jerry and Molly and Sam”, XLVI 113; “Kindling”, XLVI 68, 72-73, 96, 99-103, 177-178; “Late Afternoon, April 8, 1984”, XLVI 97; “Late Night with Fog and Horses”, XLVI 72; “Little Things”, XLVI 172; “Menudo”, XLVI 101, 117, 157, 159; “Mine”, XLVI 172; “Mr. Coffee and Mr. Fixit”, XLVI 14, 99, 115-116; “Neighbors”, XLVI 20, 22, 65, 98, 133-134, 171; “Next Year”, XLVI 95; “Nobody Said Anything”, XLVI 112, 136, 172; “On an Old Photograph of My Son, XLVI 65, 97; “On Errand”, LI 35; “On Writing”, XLVI 81, 130; “Our First House in Sacramento”, XLVI 95; “The Pheasant”, XLVI 117, 175, 178; “The Phone Booth”, XLVI 99; “Popular Mechanics”, XLVI 78-80, 115; “Preservation”, XLII 70, XLVI 77, 95, 97, 158, 160, 178-179; “Put Yourself in My Shoes”, XLII 61-63, 71-73, XLVI 20-23, 29, 31-32, 35-37, 43-62, 99, 101, 133, 135; “The Rest”, XLVI 67; “A Serious Talk”, XLVI 96; “Signals”, XLII 71; “Slippers”, XLVI 67; “A Small, Good Thing”, XLVI 14, 16, 27, 76, 82-83, 85-86, 90, 92, 117, 130, 132, 139-145, 175, 180; “So Much Water So Close To Home”, XLII 71, XLVI 14, 16, 24, 26, 34, 100-102, 107, 116, 119-120, 122-124, 131, 173, 180; “A Squall”, XLVI 96; “A Storyteller’s Shoptalk”, XLVI 81; “The Student’s Wife”, XLII 70, 72, XLVI 95-96, 133, 135, 171; “Tell the Women We’re Going”, XLVI 116, 119-120, 131, 173; “The Third Thing That Killed My Father Off”, XLVI 116, 172; “The Train”, XLII 69, XLVI 22, 27, 47, 117, 157, 178; “Vandals”, XLVI 68, 71, 92-94; “Viewfinder”, XLVI 20, 49, 79-80, 171-172; “Vitamins”, XLII 66, 72, XLVI 160; “What Do You Do in San Francisco”, XLII 63, 70, XLVI 101, 172; “What Is It?”, XLVI 113, 115; “What’s in Alaska?”, XLVI 95-96, 101, 178; “What We Talk About When We Talk About Love”, XLVI 31, 78, 80, 92-93, 95, 131, 133-134; “What Would You Like to See?”, XLVI 68-70, 95, 97, 103; “Where I’m Calling From”, XLVI 76, 84-86, 99, 117, 177; “Where Is Everyone?”, XLVI 14, 116, 175, 177, 179; “Whoever Was Using This Bed”, XLVI 131, 180; “Why Don’t You Dance?”, XLVI 26, 31, 79, 97, 101, 103, 133-134, 178; “Why, Honey?”, XLVI 171; “Will You Please Be Quiet, Please?”, XLVI 98, 114-115; “Yesterday, Snow”, XLVI 101

128Cather, Willa, XLI 223; Death Comes for the Archbishop, XLI 223; Shadows on the Rock, XLI 223

129Céline, Louis-Ferdinand, XLI 128

130César, (César Baldaccini), XLI 53

131Cézanne, Paul, XLIX 20, 27, 33, 46, 121, 164-165, 189-205, L 36, 188, 197; Mont Sainte-Victoire, XLIX 190, 192; Le Pont de Maincy, XLIX 198, 199

132Chaikin, Joseph, LI 119

133Chaplin, Charlie, XLIX 15, LI 62

134Chappell, Fred, XLI 315

135Chaucer, Geoffrey, XL 30, L 13, 103; The Canterbury Tales, XLI 103, XLII 79

136Chaudhuri, Amit, XLVII 194

137Cheever, John, XLI 276-277, XLII 111-113, 115, 119, 124-125, 128, 131, XLIII 107-120, XLVI 14, 117; The Journals of John Cheever, XLII 131; The Letters of John Cheever, XLII 131, XLIII 108; The Wapshot Chronicle, XLII 112; “The Bella Lingua”, XLII 112; “The Country Husband”, XLII 111-112; “An Educated American Woman, XLII 112; “Expelled”, XLII 112; “The Five-Forty-Eight”, XLII 113, 119, 122, XLVI 117; “Goodbye, My Brother”, XLIII 107-120; “The Housebreaker of Shady Hill”, XLII 111; “The Swimmer”, XLII 111

138Chekhov, Anton, XLI 57, 58, 130, 172, 174, 176, 179, 185, 195, 197, 201, 204-205, 213, 309-310, 367, 371-372, 377, XLV 64, 68, 82, 113, XLVI 14, 19, 28-29, 34, 147-150, 153, 155-156, 159, 161, 180, XLVII 87, L 186, LI 29-37; Anton Chekhov’s Short Stories, LI 30, 32; The Cherry Orchard, XLVI 149; Five Plays, LI 29, 33; The Seagull, LI 29, 36; Three Sisters, LI 33; “Death of a Civil Servant”, XLVII 95; “A Doctor’s Visit”, XLI 367; “Sleepy”, LI 30; “Technique in Writing the Short Story”, LI 36

139Chesnutt, Charles Wadell, XLII 23-32; The Marrow of Tradition, XLII 24; The Wife of His Youth and Other Stories of the Color Line, XLII 23, 25-26; “The Bouquet”, XLII 23-32; “Her Virginia Mammy”, XLII 26; “The Sheriff’s Children”, XLII 26; “The Wife of His Youth”, XLII 25

140Chestre, Thomas, Sir Launfal, XLVII 39, 46

141Chopin, Kate, XL 69-84, XLVII 138; The Awakening, XL 70, 72, XLVII 138; Bayou Folk, XL 69, 71, 74; The Complete Works of Kate Chopin, XL 70-74; A Night in Acadie, XL 69, 71; A Vocation and a Voice, XL 70; “At Chênière Caminada”, XL 72; “At the ’Cadian Ball”, XL 72; “La Belle Zoraïde”, XL 79; “Désirée’s Baby” (aka “The Father of Désirée’s Baby”, XL 74), XL 73-75, 78-80; “Ripe Figs”, XL 71; “The Storm”, XL 72-73; “The Story of an Hour”, XL 73

142Cicero, XLVII 55

143Cisneros, Sandra, XLI 108, XLVIII 47, 51; The House on Mango Street, XLI 108, 112, XLVIII 47

144Clarke, Austin, XLI 290

145Cliff, Michelle, XLI 289

146Close, Chuck, XLVI 157

147Coetzee, J. M., Foe, XLVI 53, XLIX 57

148Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, XLI 215, XLV 151, XLIX 102

149Collins, Merle, XLI 299-301, XLVII 194; Angel, XLI 300; The Colour of Forgetting, XLI 299, 301; The Ladies Are Upstairs, XLI 301; Rain Darling, XLI 299, 301; Rotten Pomerack, XLI 299; “Gem’s Story”, XLI 301; “Gran”, XLI 299; “Seduction”, XLI 300; “The Visit”, XLI 301; “The Walk”, XLI 299

150Collins, Wilkie, XLI 245, XLV 13-20, 24-25; Little Novels, XLV 13; The Moonstone, XLV 14, 19; The Woman in White, XLV 19; “The Biter Bit”, XLV13-15, 17, 19; “Mr. Policeman and the Cook” (aka “Who Killed Zebedee?”, XLV 13), XLV 13, 17, 19

151Colum, Patrick, XLI 154

152Condillac, Etienne Bonnot de, XL 144

153Congreve, William, LI 140-141

154Conrad, Joseph, XLI 147, 343, XLV 17, XLIX 109, 121, L 73, LI 19; Heart of Darkness, XLI 360, XLIII 69; The Secret Agent, XLV 17

155Constable, John, XLIII 22

156Cook, Elizabeth, Achilles: A Novel, XLV 146

157Cooper, Gary, High Noon, LI 46

158Coppard, Alfred Edgar, XLI 183, XLVII 87

159Cortázar, Julio, XLI 60, XLVI 34; Entretiens avec Omar Prego, XLI 65

160Courbet, Gustave, XLIX 20

161Crabbe, George, XLIII 18, 19; The Village, XLIII 18, 27

162Craig, Edward Gordon, L 164-165, LI 53; Ellen Terry and her Secret Self, L 164

163Cranach, Lucas the Elder, Hercules and Omphale, XLIX 78

164Crane, Hart, XLIV 42

165Crane, Stephen, XLII 154, LI 41-49; Letters, LI 48; Maggie: a Girl of the Streets, LI 41-42, 46; The Open Boat and Other Stories, LI 45; Prose and Poetry, LI 48; The Red Badge of Courage, XLII 152, 157; “The Blue Hotel”, LI 45-46; “The Bride Comes to Yellow Sky”, LI 41, 45-46; “The Upturned Face” LI 47

166Cratylus, XLIX 60, 63

167Croker, Thomas Crofton, XLVII 25

168Cronenberg, David, Crash, XL 104

169Cross, Eric, The Tailor and Ansty, XLVII 87

170Culler, Jonathan, L 77; On Deconstruction, L 77

171H.D., (Hilda Doolittle), Palimpsest, XLI 113

172D’Aguiar, Fred, XLVII 156

173Dahl, Roald, XLV 47-48

174Dalí, Salvador, XL 42; The Persistence of Memory, XL 44; The Soft Watch At the Moment of First Explosion, XL 44

175Dante Alighieri, XLI 25-39, XLIV 40, 43, 98; Commedia, XLI 25-39; Inferno, XLI 28, 36-39, XLIV 98

176Danticat, Edwige, XLVII 155-166; (ed.) The Butterfly’s Way: Voices from the Haitian Dyaspora in the United States, an Anthology, XLVII 159; The Dew Breaker, XLVII 155-156, 158-159, 161; Krik? Krak!, XLVII 156, 158, 161-162; “Between the Pool and the Gardenias”, XLVII 158-159; “The Book of the Dead”, XLVII 155, 158-159, 162; “The Bridal Seamstress”, XLVII 160, 162; “Caroline’s Wedding”, XLVII 157-158, 161; “Children of the Sea”, XLVII 157-159, 161, 163-164; “The Dew Breaker”, XLVII 158, 160; “The Missing Peace”, XLVII 157-159; “Monkey Tails”, XLVII 158; “New York Day Women”, XLVII 157, 164; “Night Talkers”, XLVII 160-161; “Night Women”, XLVII 159, 164; “Nineteen-Thirty Seven”, XLVII 157-159, 161, 165; “A Wall of Fire Rising”, XLVII 157-159; “Women Like Us”, XLVII 161

177Daudet, Alphonse, LI 67; L’Arlésienne, LI 67; Letters from My Windmill, LI 67; “Monsieur Seguin’s Goat”, LI 67

178Dean, James, XLII 96

179De Bernières, Louis, XLI 233-242, XLVII 194; Captain Corelli’s Mandolin, XLI 239; “Stupid Gringo”, XLI 234, 239

180Defoe, Daniel, Robinson Crusoe, XLI 254

181Delacroix, Eugène, XLI 280

182Deleuze, Gilles, XL 139, XLIX 158, 167, 173, 179-180, L 14, 123, 134, 172-173; Différence et répétition, XLIX 179; Le pli, XLIX 173; A Thousand Plateaus, L 126

183DeLillo, Don, XLI 376-377; White Noise, XLI 376, L 138

184De Quincey, Thomas, L 186

185Derrida, Jacques, XL 132, 139-140, 145, XLV 128, 136, 141, XLVII 51, XLIX 34, 37, L 27, 29, 162; La Carte postale, XL 134 ; L’écriture et la différence, XLV 128; De la grammatologie, XLVII 51; Mal d’Archive: une impression freudienne, XLI 90; Monolinguisme de l’autre ou la prothèse d’origine, XLV 142; « Le facteur de la vérité », XLII 22 ; « Violence et Métaphysique », L 27

186Descartes, René, XLI 29, 30, 374, XLIX 17

187Des Forêts, Louis-René, Le Bavard, XLV 141

188Dickens, Charles, XL 30, 32, XLI 124, 188, 192, 224, 377, XLIII 29-43, XLV 14-15, 56, XLVI 21,66, L 39, LI 42; Bleak House, XLV 14; A Christmas Carol, XLI 36; David Copperfield, XL 32; Great Expectations, XLVI 25, 66, 92; “The Signalman”, XLIII 29-43

189Dickinson, Emily, XLII 92, 106-107, XLIV 47, XLV 150, 159; “Because I Could Not Stop for Death”, XLII 92, 106

190Diderot, Denis, “Lettre sur les Sourds et Muets”, XLV 156

191Dilthey, Wilhelm, XL 145

192Donat, Robert, XLVIII 96

193Donne, John, XLIX 24

194Dorris, Michael, A Yellow Raft in Blue Water, XLI 113

195Dos Passos, John, XLIII 75

196Dostoyevsky, Fyodor, XLI 259, XLII 86, XLIV 73; Notes From Underground, XLII 84; “The Double”, XLVI 38

197Doyle, Arthur Conan, XLV 13-23, XLVIII 13-23, 112-113, LI 112; His Last Bow, XLVIII 21; The Lost World, XLVIII 112; the Sherlock Holmes stories, XLI 105, XLV 15, 19, 21-22, XLVIII 13, 15, 18, 21-22, 112; The Sign of Four, XLV 21; A Study in Scarlet, XLV 21, XLVIII 18; “The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle”, XLVIII 14; “The Adventure of the Copper Beeches”, XLv 25; “The Adventure of the Dancing Men”, XLVIII 17; “The Adventure of the Illustrious Client”, XLV 23; “The Adventure of the Sussex Vampire”, XLV 23; “The Adventure of the Veiled Lodger”, XLVIII 21; “The Adventure of Wisteria Lodge”, XLVIII 19; “A Case of Identity”, XLV 23; “The Disappearance of Lady Frances Carfax”, XLV 22; “The Five Orange Pips”, XLV 15; “The Problem of Thor Bridge”, XLV 23; “The Red Circle”, XLVIII 13-23; “A Scandal in Bohemia”, XLV 13, 20-23; “The Speckled Band”, XLVIII 14

198Dreiser, Theodore, XLIX 33

199Dryden, John, L 13

200Dujardin, Edouard, LI 51

201Dunbar, Paul Laurence, XLVII 199

202Duncker, Patricia, “Sophia Walters Shaw”, XLV 152

203Dunham, Katherine, XLVII 82

204Dürer, Albrecht, XLVIII 62; Coat of Arms and Death, XLVIII 62

205Dylan, Bob, XLII 91, XLVIII 65-66; “A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall”, XLVIII 65; “It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue”, XLVIII 65-66

206Eco, Umberto, XL 18, XLI 75, XLVI 35, XLVII 179; Lector in fabula. Le rôle du lecteur, XLVII 130, 132; L’Oeuvre ouverte, XLI 65

207Edgerton, Clyde, XLI 337

208Edgeworth, Maria, XLIII 12, 14

209Edmond, Aman-Jean, Femme à l’oeillet, L 197

210Edwards, Harry Stillwell, XLV 159

211Eldridge, Roy, XLVII 193

212Eliot, George (Mary Ann Evans), XLI 224, XLIII 24; The Mill on the Floss, XLVI 139; Scenes of Clerical Life, XLIII 24

213Eliot, Thomas Stearns, XLI 125, 127, 342, 370, XLIII 42, XLIV, 34-35, 43, 70, 95, XLV 44, XLVI 174, XLVIII 40, XLIX 75, L 203-205, 207, 224, LI 42, 47; Four Quartets, XLI 374; (ed.) Literary Essays of Ezra Pound, XLVII 95; Murder in the Cathedral, XLIII 42; Selected Essays, LI 47; The Waste Land, XLI 342, XLIV 31, 34, XLIX 75, 103; “The Fire Sermon”, XLIX 75; “Shakespeare and the Stoicism of Seneca”, LI 47

214Emerson, Ralph Waldo, XLIII 109

215Ennius, XLVII 31

216Erdrich, Louise, XLI 109; The Beet Queen, XLI 109; Love Medicine, XLI 109, 112, XLVII 79, XLVIII 43; Tales of Burning Love, XLI 109; Tracks, XLI 109

217Erikson, Erik, XLIV 33

218Esquivel, Laura, Like Water for Chocolate, XLI 113

219Etherege, George, The Man of Mode, LI 141

220Euripides, Iphigenia in Aulis, XLV 146

221Fanon, Frantz, XLVII 149-150; Black Skin, White Masks, XLIII 63; The Wretched of the Earth (Les Damnés de la Terre), XLVII 149

222Farquhar, George, The Beaux’ Stratagem, LI 139

223Farrell, James T., XLIV 42

224Faulkner, William, XLI 107, 109, 259, 308-309, 333, 337, 340, 375, XLII 33-59, XLVI 109-111, 171, XLVIII 53, XLIX 26, 33-34, 110, LI 97-106; Absalom, Absalom!, LI 104; Go Down, Moses, XLI 103, 107-108, 308, XLII 57-58; The Marionettes: A Play in One Act, LI 97; Requiem for a Nun, LI 97; The Sound and the Fury, LI 97; These 13, XLI 308-309; The Unvanquished, XLI 103; The Wild Palms, XLIX 110, 119; “The Bear”, XLII 33-59; “A Rose for Emily”, XLI 256, 309; “That Evening Sun”, XLI 309; “Was”, XLI 308, “Wash”, LI 97-106

225Findley, Timothy, XLVII 119

226Fish, Stanley Eugene, XL 98, XLVII 51, 179; Is there a text in this class?: The Authority of Interpretive Communities, XLVII 51; “Literature in the Reader”, XL 106

227Fischer-Dieskau, Dietrich, LI 161, 164

228Fitzgerald, Francis Scott, XLI 375, XLIII 75-85, XLIV 91, XLVI 166, 174, XLIX 33, 35, 102, 109-111; The Crack-Up, XLIII 79, 83; The Great Gatsby, XL 36, XLI 138, 140, 368, XLIII 79, 81, XLVI 166; The Notebooks of F. Scott Fitzgerald, XLIII 79, XLIX 109; Taps at Reveille, XLIII 77; Tender Is the Night, XLIII 77, 80, 81, XLIX 109; This Side of Paradise, XLIX 116; “Bernice Bobs Her Hair”, XLIX 102; “May Day”, XLI 138; “The Rich Boy”, XLI 138

229Fitzgerald, Penelope, Human Voices, XL 34, 43

230Fitzgerald, Zelda, XLIII 75, 77, 80, 81, 83

231Flaubert, Gustave, XLI 57, 127, 133, 184, 276, 310, XLVI 29, 174, XLVII 127, XLIX 33, LI 61; Madame Bovary, XLVI 174; « Un Coeur Simple », XLI 57

232Fleming, Victor, Gone With the Wind, XLI 153

233Forbes-Robertson, Johnston, LI 48

234Ford, Ford Madox, The Good Soldier, XLI 251

235Forster, Edward Morgan, XLI 62, 207, 223, 228-230, XLIII 40, XLVI 33-34; Aspects of the Novel, XLVI 33; Collected Short Stories, LI 21; 23; “Other Kingdom”, LI 22-23; “The Road from Colonus”, LI 21

236Foucault, Michel, XLV 128, XLVI 108, 130, XLVIII 106, L 89

237Fowles, John, XLI 230, XLV 136-137; The Collector, XLV 136

238Fra Angelico, L 196

239Frank, Anne, XLV 124

240Franklin, Miles, My Brilliant Career, XL 85

241Frazer, James George, The Golden Bough, XLI 220

242Freud, Lucian, XLI 125

243Freud, Sigmund, XL 101, 103, 106, 110, 112-113, 115, 117-118, 122, 126, XLI 305, 307, 360, XLII 155, 157, XLIII 34, 50, 102, 105, 133, XLIV 45, 60, 66-69, 71-75, 77, 79-81, XLV 108, 113, 168, XLVI 23, 32, 64-67, 70, XLVIII 97, XLIX 31, 111, 121, 177, 179, 182-183, 201, LI 103; Beyond the Pleasure Principle, XL 118, XLI 30; Inhibitions, Symptoms and Anxiety, XLIV 73-74, XLIX 177; L’inquiétante étrangeté et autres essais, XLII 22; The Interpretation of Dreams, XLVI 64; Jokes and Their Relation to the Unconscious, XL 115, 126, 133; Totem and Taboo, XL 117, XLI 220, XLIV 68; “The Aetiology of Hysteria”, XLIV 60; “Creative Writers and Day-Dreaming”, XLIV 66; “Delusions and Dreams”, XLIV 68; “Dostoevsky and Parricide”, XLIV 73; “Family Romances”, XLIV 69; “From the History of an Infantile Neurosis”, XL 119; “Further Remarks on the Neuro-Psychoses of Defence”, XLIV 60; “The Uncanny”, XL 119

244Friedrich, Caspar David, LI 162; Das Eismeer, LI 163

245Frost, Robert, XLIV 43

246Fry, Roger, XLI 59, L 36, 138-139, 158-160, 187-188, 197, 202-203; Transformations, L 139; Vision and Design, XLI 65

247Frye, Northrop, XLVII 111; Masks of Poetry, XLI 83; “Letters in Canada: Poetry 1952-1960”, XLI 83

248Gable, Clark, XLIV 41

249Gadamer, Hans-George, XLIII 137

250Gaddis, William, XLIX 34

251Gaines, Ernest J., XLVII 23, 26; Bloodline, XLVII 23; “The Sky Is Gray”, XLVII 23

252Gallagher, Tess, XLVI 15, 28, 68, 72-73, 103, 175-176; Remembering Carver, XLVI 28

253Gallant, Mavis, XLI 101, 233-238, 240-242, 273-286, XLII 135-144, XLVII 194; The Collected Stories, XLI 233, XLII 135, 137-145; The End of the World and Other Stories, XLI 273, 274; A Fairly Good Time, XLI 273, 279; From the Fifteenth District, XLI 273, 284, XLII 135; Green Water, Green Sky, XLI 273; Home Truths: Selected Canadian Stories, XLI 273, 274, XLII 135-137; Introduction aux Lettres de Gabrielle Russier, XLI 283; My Heart is Broken, XLI 273; The Other Paris, XLI 273, 274, 281; Paris Notebooks, XLII 143; The Pegnitz Junction, XLI 273, 280; Selected Stories, XLII 135; What Is to Be Done?, XLI 285; “About Geneva”, 274; “Acceptance of their Ways”, XLI 274; “An Autobiography”, XLI 282; “Baum, Gabriel”, XLI 279; “The Deceptions of Marie-Blanche”, XLI 278; “The Four Seasons”, XLI 281; “From the Fifteenth District”, XLI 277; “Going Ashore”, XLI 282; “Luc and his Father”, XLI 278; “One Morning in June”, XLI 279; “The Other Paris”, XLI 274; “The Picnic”, XLI 274; “Potter”, XLI 283; “The Recollection”, XLI 276; “The Statues Taken Down”, XLI 279; “Things Overlooked Before”, XLII 136; “An Unmarried Man’s Summer”, XLI 281; “Varieties of Exile”, XLII 142; “Voices Lost in Snow”, XLII 135, 137, 143-144; “Wing’s Chips”, XLI 279

254Galsworthy, John, L 37

255García Márquez, Gabriel, XLI 294

256Garland, Hamlin, LI 43

257Garland, Judy, XLI 96

258Garnett, David, L 187

259Gauguin, Paul, L 198

260Genette, Gérard, XL 48, 55, 59, XLV 137, 141, 147-148, 150, XLIX 33-34, 39, 121, LI 17; Figures, XL 55, XL 144, XLVI 148; Introduction à l’architexte, LI 17; Narrative Discourse : An Essay in Method, XLIV 31; Palimpsestes, XLVI 147, 150; Théorie des genres, LI 17

261Gertler, Mark, L 187

262Gilman, Charlotte Perkins, XLVI 123-125; Women and Economics, XLVI 124; “The Yellow Wallpaper”, XLVI 124

263Giovanni, Nikki, XL 109

264Girard, René, XLIX 120, LI 100, 102; Le Bouc émisssaire, XLIX 120; La Violence et le sacré, LI 102

265Glissant, Edouard, XLVII 25

266Gluck, Christoph Willibald, LI 141-143, 145-146; Orfeo ed Euridice, LI 137, 139, 143

267Gnoli, Domenico, XLVI 157

268Goethe, Johan Wolfgang von, XLIV 43, XLIX 102

269Goffman, Erving, XL 34; The Presentation of Self in Everyday Life, LI 151

270Gogol, Nikolai, XLVII 87

271Golding, William, Lord of the Flies, XLI 126

272Goldsmith, Oliver, XLIII 21; The Vicar of Wakefield, XLIII 21

273Gonne, Maud, XLI 149

274Goodison, Lorna, XLVII 156

275Gordimer, Nadine, XLI 246

276Gordon, Mary, XLIV 107-109

277Goya, Francisco, XLI 280, XLIX 33

278Grace, Patricia, XLVII 99, 144, 150-151; Collected Stories, XLVII 144, 151; Electric City and Other Stories, XLVII 144; Potiki, XLVII 99; “Kahawai”, XLVII 143-144, 146, 149-150

279Grahame, Kenneth, XLV 48

280Grant, Cary, XLIX 15

281Greene, Graham, XLI 147, 201-214, 368, XLV 47-48, 56, XLVII 194; Brighton Rock, XLI 147; Collected Stories, XLI 202; The Comedians, XLI 211; England Made Me, XLI 147; The Honorary Consul, XLI 210, 212; The Human Factor, XLI 204, 211; Nineteen Stories, XLI 202; Our Man in Havana, XLI 212; A Rumour at Nightfall, XLI 147; Twenty-One Stories, XLI 201; “Alas, Poor Maling”, XLI 210; “Chagrin in Three Parts”, XLI 206, 208; “A Chance for Mr. Lever”, XLI 202; “Cheap in August”, XLI 202; “The Destructors”, XLI 202; “A Discovery in the Woods”, XLI 203, 208; “Dream of a Strange Land”, XLI 203; “The End of the Party”, XLI 208, 211; “A Gun for Sale”, XLI 208; “The Innocent”, XLI 203, 210-211, “Journey Without Maps”, XLI 206; “The Jubilee”, XLI 203; “Loser Takes All”, XLI 208; “May We Borrow Your Husband?”, XLI 205; “The Overnight Bag”, XLI 205, 210; “The Root of All Evil”, XLI 203; “Shades of Greene”, XLI 209; “The Shocking Accident”, XLI 205; “Stamboul Train”, XLI 208; “Under the Garden”, XLI 202-203, 208-209; “When Greek Meets Greek”, XLI 210

282Lady Gregory, XLV 30, XLVIII 26

283Gregory, Horace, XLIV 42

284Grey, Zane, XLI 124

285Grice, Herbert Paul, XL 31, 38, 75, 93, 121, L 74, 76-78, 80; Studies in the Way of Words, XL 43, 133; “Presupposition and Conversational Implicature”, XL 121; “Utterer’s Meaning, Sentence Meaning and Word Meaning”, XL 121

286Grimm, Jacob and Wilhelm, XLVII 25, XLVIII 82; “The Robber Bridegroom”, XLVIII 85

287Gropius, Walter, XLVI 55

288Grotowski, Jerzy, LI 119

289Gruau, René, Garçonne, L 197

290Guattari, Félix, L 123, 134, 172-173

291Gunesekera, Romesh, XLVII 194

292Hagège, Claude, XLVII 24; L’Homme de paroles, XLVII 24

293Haggard, Henry Rider, XLV 32, XLVIII 28

294Hale, Sarah Josepha, XLIII 26

295Hallam, Arthur Henry, XLI 220-221

296Hamilton, Elizabeth, The Cottagers of Glenburnie, XLIII 13

297Hampton, Lionel, XLVII 193

298Hardy, Thomas, XLI 140, 261, 308-309, 343, XLIII 24, 27, L 155-156; Two on a Tower, L 155; “The Darkling Thrush”, XLI 301

299Harris, “Beaver”, XLVII 193

300Harris, Wilson, XLI 298

301Harrison, Jim, True North, XLIX 159

302Harte, Bret, XLIX 42

303Hauptmann, Gerhart, LI 68-69; Michael Kramer, LI 68

304Hawthorne, Nathaniel, XLIII 19, 54, XLIV 68, XLIX 111; Twice-Told Tales, XLI 65, XLII 11, 21, LI 20, 83; “My Kinsman, Major Molineux”, XL 98, XLIII 54; “Rappacini’s Daughter”, XL 98

305Haycox, Ernest, XLI 259

306Hayward, W. S., The Revelations of a Lady Detective, XLV 17

307Hazlitt, William, XLIII 14; Table Talk, XLIII 14

308Heaney, Seamus, XL 67; The Cure at Troy, XLV 146; North, XL 68; “Whatever You Say, Say Nothing”, XL 68

309Hegel, Gorg Wilhelm Friedrich, XLIX 35, L 72

310Heidegger, Martin, XLVI 131, 143, L 162

311Hemingway, Ernest, XLI 57, 176, 310, 367, 369-370, 375, 377-378, XLII 147, 157, XLIII 75-85, XLV 168-169, XLVI 26, 37, 99, 102, 110-111, 115, 166, 168-169, 172, 174, XLVII 24, 87, XLIX (special issue); Across the River and Into the Trees, XLIX 23; By-Line: Ernest Hemingway, Selected Articles and Dispatches of Four Decades, XLIX 89; Death in the Afternoon, XLIX 35, 84, 110; A Farewell to Arms, XLIX 102; The Fifth Column and Four Stories of the Spanish Civil War, XLIII 76, 81-83; [The Fifth Column and] The First Forty-Nine Stories, XLIX 35, 62, 140, 174; For Whom the Bell Tolls, XLIX 24; The Garden of Eden, XLIX 16, 21-23, 25, 32, 36-37, 79-80, 100, 102-103; In Our Time, XLI 103-104, XLIX 20-21, 34, 85, 159, 169, 173-174, 181; (ed.) Men at War: The Best War Stories of All Time, XLIX 109; Men Without Women, XLVI 26, XLIX 20, 85, 125; A Moveable Feast, XLII 157, XLIII 78, 79, 82, 83, XLIX 33, 79, 189-190, 201, 203; The Nick Adams Stories, XLIX 17, 19, 21, 137; The Old Man and the Sea, XLIX 162, 168-169; Selected Letters : 1917-1961, XLIII 77, 81, XLIX 99, 101; The Short Stories of Ernest Hemingway, XLIII 80, XLIX 20; The Sun Also Rises, XLIII 81, XLVI 110, XLIX 26, 29, 32, 73, 84, 100, 110; Three Stories and Ten Poems, XLIX 84, 174; To Have and Have Not, XLIX 24, 34-35; Winner Take Nothing, XLIX 17, 35, 86; “An Alpine Idyll”, XLIX 20, 36; “The Art of the Short Story”, XLIX 43, 158-159; “The Battler”, XLIX 26, 45, 176-177, 181-182, 184-185; “Big Two-Hearted River”, XLI 370, XLIX 30, 36, 45-46, 125, 157-171, 173-174, 176-178, 183-185, 189-193, 196-197, 201, 203; “The Butterfly and the Tank”, XLIII 75-85; “The Capital of the World”, XLIX 24, 35; “Cat in the Rain”, XLIX 41, 43, 84-85, 99-100, 103, 105-106, 149-155; “A Clean, Well-Lighted Place”, XLIX 17, 91; “Cross-Country Snow”, XLIX 20, 85; “A Day’s Wait”, XLIX 83-84, 86-87, 91, 93; “The Denunciation”, XLIII 75; “The Doctor and the Doctor’s Wife”, XLII 72, XLIX 18, 85; “The End of Something”, XLIX 26, 42-43, 45, 85-86, 109-123, 125, 173, 175-177, 179, 181, 185; “Fathers and Sons”, XLIX 26, 61, 99; “Fifty Grand”, XLIX 83-85, 87, 91; “Hills Like White Elephants”, XLVI 168, XLIX 38-40, 57-66, 70, 86-87, 93, 100, 161; “In Another Country”, XLIX 178; “Indian Camp”, XLIX 18-20, 36, 43, 85, 117, 125-136, 175-176, 181, 185; “The Killers”, XLI 332, XLIX 20, 62, 70, 118, 125; “The Last Good Country”, XLIX 23; “The Light of the World”, XLIX 27, 36, 43-44, 137-147; “The Mother of a Queen”, XLIX 35; “My Old Man”, XLIX 85; “A Natural History of the Dead”, XLIX 95; “Nobody Ever Dies”, XLIX 83-84, 87, 91-92; “Now I Lay Me”, XLIX 18, 20, 37, 87, 160; “Old Man at the Bridge”, XLIX 36, 41, 99, 101, 103, 106; “On Writing”, XLIX 36, 120-121, 164, 169; “A Pursuit Race”, XLIX 87, 91; “The Sea Change”, XLIX 39-40, 67-82, 100, 103; “The Short Happy Life of Francis Macomber, XLIII 81, XLIX 16, 26, 32, 35; “The Snows of Kilimanjaro”, XLIII 80, XLVI 100, XLIX 16-17; “Soldier’s Home”, XLIX 85; “The Strange Country”, XLIX 23; “Summer People”, XLIX 110, 118; “Ten Indians”, XLIX 20; “The Three-Day Blow”, XLIX 85, 175, 178-179, 181; “Three Love Stories”, XLIX 72; “Three Shots”, XLIX 17; “Up in Michigan”, XLIX 45, 86, 174-175, 179-180; “A Very Short Story”, XLIX 85

312Hempel, Amy, XLVI 13, 168

313Heraclitus, XLV 171

314Herbert, George, XLVII 54

315Hermogenes, XLIX 60

316Highway, Tomson, XLVII 99

317Hoban, Russell, The Medusa Frequency, LI 142

318Hodgins, Jack, XLVII 111

319Hodgson Burnett, Frances, XLV 55, The Secret Garden, XLV 48, 55

320Hofkunst, Alfred, XLVI 157

321Hofmann, Hans, XLIX 200

322Hofmann, Michael, (ed.) After Ovid: New Metamorphoses, XLV 147

323Hogg, James, XLIII 12, 24, 28

324Holbein the Younger, Hans, XLII 96, 100

325Holly, Buddy, XLVIII 66

326Homel, David, XLVII 100

327Homer, XL 86, XLI 213, 240, XLIII 139, XLIV 43, XLVII 33; Iliad, XLII 159, 161-162, XLV 98, 146, XLVII 31, 33; Odyssey, XLVII 31, 33, XLVIII 88

328Hopkins, Gerard Manley, XLI 259

329Hopper, Edward, XLVI 157, XLIX 33

330Horace, XLIII 138

331Horne, Richard Hengist, XLIII 27

332Howells, William Dean, XLII 86, XLIII 46, 47, XLIX 28, LI 42

333Hucleux, Jean Olivier, XLVI 159

334Hughes, Langston, XLIII 77, 83, XLVII 199; I Wonder as I Wander: An Autobiographical Journey, XLIII 76, 77

335Hughes, Ted, XLII 150, Tales from Ovid, XLV 146-147

336Hugo, Victor, XLI 379, XLIX 33

337Hurston, Zora Neale, XLVII 65, 70, 75-86, 197; Every Tongue Got to Confess: Negro Folk-tales from the Gulf States, XLVII 79; Mules and Men, XLVII 76; Seraph on the Suwanee, XLVII 76; Their Eyes Were Watching God, XLVII 75-76, 82; “Double Shuffle”, XLVII 80, 82-83; “The Eatonville Anthology”, XLVII 75-86; “Spunk”, XLVII 82, “Sweat”, XLVII 82; “Uncle Tom’s Children”, XLVII 70

338Husserl, Edmund, XLV 124

339Hutchinson, Pearse, XLI 145

340Huxley, Aldous, Point Counter Point, L 206

341Ibsen, Henrik, LI 53-54, 68-69, 75; A Doll’s House, LI 70; Hedda Gabler, LI 69, 71; When We Dead Awaken, LI 69

342Ihimaera, Witi, XLVII 150

343Ionesco, Eugène, LI 101; Le Roi se meurt, LI 101

344Irving, Washington, XLI 183, XLIII 12, 13, 23, 24, 26; Bracebridge Hall, XLIII 24, 27; The Sketch Book of Geoffrey Crayon, Gent., XLIII 13, 14, 26; “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow”, XLIII 23; “The Stout Gentleman”, XLIII 13, 27

345Iser, Wolfgang, XLVII 179

346Isidore of Seville (Saint Isidore), XLVII 55-56; Libri etymologiarum, XLVII 55

347Jacob of Utrecht, L 197

348Jakobson, Roman, XLII 157, XLVI 23, 45, 54, XLVII 50, 57, 60, XLIX 35, L 75-76; Fundamentals of Language, XLII 157; “Language in Opposition”, XLVII 58; “Linguistics and Poetics”, XLVII 50, 60; “Two Aspects of Language and Two Types of Aphasic Disturbances”, XLII 157

349James, Henry, XL 97-107, 130, XLI 42, 70, 194, 230, 244, 304, 308, 310, 340, 350, 370-371, XLV 47, 101, XLVI 21-22, 33, 38, 45, 60, 156, XLVII 23, XLVIII 48, XLIX 36, L 17, LI 19, 42; The Ambassadors, XLI 308; Beast in the Jungle, XLV 101; Daisy Miller, XLVI 22; Letters, XLI 53; The Notebooks of Henry James, XLI 54; The Portrait of a Lady, XLI 370; The Turn of the Screw, XL 97-107; “The Art of Fiction”, XLI 370; “The Coxon Fund”, XLI 42; “The Jolly Corner”, XLVI 38; “The Private Life”, XLVI 156; “The Real Thing”, XLVI 33

350James, Phyllis Dorothy, XLIII 29

351James, William, XLIX 20

352Jankélévitch, Vladimir, XL 51; La Musique et l’ineffable, XL 55

353Jarrell, Randall, XLI 304-306, 321

354Jarry, Alfred, LI 53

355Jaspers, Karl, XLII 84

356Jay, Paul, XLIV 88

357Jewett, Sarah Orne, XLVIII 45-46; The Country of the Pointed Firs, XLI 113, XLVIII 45

358Johnston, Denis, XLI 154

359Jouve, Vincent, LI 127; L’effet-personnage dans le roman, LI 127

360Joyce, James, XL 17-28, 62, XLI 127, 143, 147, 158, 170, 202, 205, 307-308, 347, 369, XLIV 34-35, 70, 88, XLV 29, 64, XLVII 52-53, XLVIII 25, XLIX 35, L 17, 24, 204, 224, LI 20, 51-79, 144; The Dubliners, XL 19, XLI 103, 107, 183, LI 21, 51-65, 73, 77; Exiles, LI 52-53, 68-69; Finnegans Wake, XLVII 53, LI 51-52, 57, 59-60; Letters, LI 54, 61; Poems and Shorter Writings, including Epiphanies, Giacomo Joyce and ‘A Portrait of the Artist’, LI 54, 57; A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, XLI 113, XLIV 34, LI 52, 54-55, 64; Stephen Hero, LI 52, 55; Ulysses, XLI 113, 127, XLIV 34, XLVII 52-53, XLVIII 53, LI 51-52, 60, 68; “Araby”, XL 17-28, XLI 307-308; “The Dead”, XL 50, XLI 107, 202, 256, 307-308, LI 60, 67-79; “An Encounter”, XL 19; “Grace”, LI 62; “Ibsen’s New Drama”, LI 68; “Ivy Day in the Committee Room”, LI 21, 52-54, 61-64; “The Sisters”, XL 19, LI 58-59; “Two Gallants”, LI 60

361Jung, Carl Gustav, XLI 360

362Jürgens, Curd, XLVIII 96

363Kafka, Franz, XLII 76, 86; XLIII 112, XLIV 55, XLV 106; The Castle, XLIV 55, 56; The Metamorphosis, XLI 357; “The Penal Colony”, XLV 106

364Kalatozov, Mikhail, The Cranes are Flying, XLI 130

365Kant, Immanuel, XLVI 16; The Critique of Pure Reason, XLVI 13, 16; Prolegomena to Any Future Metaphysics, XLVI 16

366Kantor, Tadeusz, LI 118-119

367Kavanagh, Patrick, XLI 125-126, 130-131, 143, 151-153; Prelude, XLI 130; A Soul for Sale, XLI 152

368Kazin, Alfred, XLI 337, XLIV 37, 86

369Keats, John, XLI 65, 368, XLV 73, L 13

370Kelman, James, XLII 75-89; Busted Scotch, XLII 87; An East End Anthology, XLII 87; The Good Times, XLII 80, 87; Greyhound for Breakfast, XLII 84, 87-88; Lean Tales, XLII 82, 87; Not Not While the Giro, XLII 84, 87-88; Some Recent Attacks: Essays Cultural and Political, XLII 87; “Even in Communal Pitches”, XLII 84; “Extra Cup”, XLII 82; “Forgetting to Mention Allende”, XLII 81; “Greyhound for Breakfast”, XLII 79; “Home for a Couple of Days”, XLII 80-81; “Joe Laughed”, XLII 80-81; “Keep Moving and No Questions”, XLII 84-85; “Not Not While the Giro”, XLII 80-81; “The Same Is Here Again”, XLII 82-83

371Kerbrat-Orecchioni, Catherine, XL 31, 90; L’implicite, XL 43, 133, 145

372Kiely, Benedict, XLI 143-156, XLVII 194; A Ball of Malt and Madame Butterfly. A Dozen Stories, XLI 144; The Captain With the Whiskers, XLI 153; The Cards of the Gambler, XLI 148; Counties of Contention, XLI 147; Drink to the Bird, XLI 143, 154; In a Harbour Green, XLI 149; King’s Shilling, XLI 146; Land Without Stars: A Novel, XLI 143,147; Proxopera, XLI 148, 154-155; “A Ball of Malt and Madame Butterfly”, XLI 148, 150

373Kincaid, Jamaica, XLI 289; Annie John, XLI 112

374King, Bobby, XLVIII 67

375King, Thomas, XLVII 97-109, 111-115, 117-119, 121, 123; (ed.) All My Relations: An Anthology of Contemporary Canadian Native Fiction, XLVII 100-102, 115; The Dead Dog Café Comedy Hour, XLVII 98; Green Grass, Running Water, XLVII 99, 105, 113; Medicine River, XLVII 98, 106; One Good Story, That One, XLVII 103, 112-113; A Short History of Indians in Canada, XLVII 105; The Truth About Stories: A Native Narrative, XLVII 99, 104-106; “Borders”, XLVII 113; “A Coyote Columbus Story”, XLVII 103, 112-113; “Godzilla vs. Post-Colonial”, XLVII 101-102, 114; “Inventing the Indian: White Images, Native Oral Literature and Contemporary Native Writers”, XLVII 100; “Magpies”, XLVII 103; “The One About Coyote Going West”, XLVII 103; “One Good Story, That One”, XLVII 103-104; “A Short History of Indians in Canada”, XLVII 106; “The Voice and the Performance of the Storyteller”, XLVII 106

376Kingsolver, Barbara, XLI 353-366; Homeland, XLI 354, 356, 365; The Poisonwood Bible, XLI 356, 360-361; Prodigal Summer, XLI 354; “Blueprints”, XLI 365-366; “Fault Lines”, XLI 356; “Homeland”, XLI 365; “Jump Up Day”, XLI 355, 365; “Secret Animals”, XLI 356; “Stone Dreams”, XLI 355, 359-360, 365-366; “What Good Is a Story”, XLI 363

377Kingston, Maxine Hong, The Woman Warrior, XLVII 165

378Kipling, Rudyard, XLI 69-82, 104-105, 176, XLV 47, XLVII 26, 30, 87; Actions and Reactions, XLI 105; The Day’s Work, XLI 104; Debits and Credits, XLI 105; A Diversity of Creatures, XLI 105; Just So Stories, XLI 69, XLVII 26; Limits and Renewals, XLI 105; Puck of Pook’s Hill, XLI 104; Soldiers Three, XLI 105; Stalky & Co., XLI 104; Traffics and Discoveries, XLI 105; “How the Alphabet Was Made”, XLI 69-82; “How the Camel Got His Hump”, XLI 69; “How the First Letter was Written” XLI 69-70, 77-79, 81; “How the Rhinoceros Got His Skin”, XLI 69; “How the Whale Got His Throat”, XLI 69; “Tommy”, XLVII 30

379Knipper, Olga, XLVI 147-148, 151-154, 161, XLVI 180; Memoirs, XLVI 149

380König, Johann, L 197

381Kristeva, Julia, XL 65, XLVII 51, XLVIII 97-99, 106, XLIX 34, LI 137, 142-144, 146; About Chinese Women, XLVIII 97; Les Nouvelles maladies de l’âme, LI 144; Soleil noir, XL 68; “Joyce ‘The Gracehoper’ or Orpheus’s Returned”, LI 144

382Kroetsch, Robert, Creation, XLI 83, 89

383Krystal, Henry, XLIV 33

384Kundera, Milan, XLV 118; The Unbearable Lightness of Being, XLV 118

385Kuno, Susumu, XLIX 152

386Lacan, Jacques, XL 110, 112-113, 115-116, 118-119, 122, 124, 129, 133, 145, XLII 154-155, 157, XLIII 139, XLV 99, XLIX 43, 109, 112, 117-119,121, 126, 132, 145; Ecrits, XL 112, 133, XLII 157; Encore, XL 110, 118, XLIX 112, 117, 119; The Function and Field of Speech and Language in Psychoanalysis, XLIII 139; Les Quatre Concepts Fondamentaux de la Psychanalyse, XL 118; La Relation d’objet, XL 133 ; Télévision, XLIX 109; “The Agency of the Letter in the Unconscious or Reason since Freud”, XLII 157; “The Mirror-Stage as Formative of the Function of the I”, XLI 157; « Le Séminaire sur ‘La Lettre Volée’ », XL 133; “The Signification of the Pallus”, XLIII 139

387Lakshmi, Vijay, Pomegranate Dreams and Other Stories, XLI 112

388Lamarr, Hedy, XLI 96

389Lamazares, Ivonne, The Sugar Island, XLI 112

390Lamb, Charles, XLIII 14; Essays of Elia, XLIII 14

391Lamming, George, XLI 293; In The Castle of My Skin, XLI 297

392Laplanche, Jean, Vocabulaire de la psychanalyse, XL 55

393Lardner, Ring, XLV 68; “Haircut”, XLV 68

394Larkin, Ellis, XLVII 193

395Larkin, Philip, XLI 126, 140

396Lasdun, James, (ed.) After Ovid: New Metamorphoses, XLV 147

397Laurence, Margaret, XLVII 202, XLVIII 71-79; A Bird in the House, XLVIII 71; The Stone Angel, XLVII 202; “A Bird in the House”, XLVIII 72; “The Diviners”, XLVIII 75; “The Loons”, XLVIII 71-79; “To Set Our House in Order”, XLVIII 72

398Lavin, Mary, XLI 245

399Lawrence, David Herbert, XLI 176-177, 183, 199, 223, 261, 308, XLV 64, XLVII 23, 87, 139, XLVIII 53, XLIX 109, 118, L 141, LI 19; “The Blind Man”, XLVI 111

400Lawson, Henry, XL 85, 87-89, 94, XLVII 127-134, 136; Henry Lawson’s Letters 1890-1922, XLVII 129; Humorous Stories of Henry Lawson, XLVII 128; “The Drover’s Wife”, XL 87, 89; “The Hairy Man”, XLVII 127-134; “No Place for a Woman”, XL 87; “The Selector’s Daughter”, XL 87; “She Wouldn’t Speak”, XL 87; “That Pretty Girl in the Army”, XL 87

401Lear, Edward, XLV 47-48

402Leavitt, David, XLVI 13, 168

403Le Fanu, Joseph Sheridan, XLVIII 111-112

404Leibniz, Gottfreid, XLIX 173

405Leighton, Frederic, L 196

406Lennart, Isobel, XLVIII 96; The Inn of the Sixth Happiness, XLVIII 96

407Le Noir, Elizabeth, Village Anecdotes, XLIII 13

408Leskov, Nikolaï, XLVII 87, 91

409Lessing, Doris, XLI 246, XLV 163; The Golden Notebook, XLI 225; The Grass Is Singing, XLI 246

410Lessing, Gotthold Ephraim, Laocoon, XLI 45; Minna von Barnhelm, LI 163

411Levinas, Emmanuel, XLV 124, XLVI 27, 142-143, L 27-28; « Intentionnalité et sensation », XLV 124

412Lévi-Strauss, Claude, XLVII 178

413Lloyd, Marie, XL 34

414Locke, John, L 138

415Logue, Christopher, War Music, XLV 146

416London, Jack, XLVI 86

417Lowell, Robert, XLI 304-305, 313

418Lycan, William, L 69

419Lyotard, Jean-François, XL 139

420McAlmon, Robert, XLIII 80

421McCann, Colum, XL 47-56; Everything in This Country Must, XL 47-56; This Side of Brightness, XL 56; “Everything in This Country Must”, XL 48-51, 53, 55; “Hunger Strike”, XL 48-53, 55; “Wood”, XL 48, 51, 53, 55

422McCarthy, Mary, XLI 313; Memories of a Catholic Girlhood, XLI 106

423McCullers, Carson, The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter, XLI 266

424MacDirmid, Hugh, XLVII 31

425McEwan, Ian, XLV 135-143; The Cement Garden, XLV 141; First Love, Last Rites, XLV 135-136; “Conversation with a Cupboard Man”, XLV 135-143

426McGahern, John, XL 57-68, XLI 123-141, 377, XLII 167-168, XLVII 194; Amongst Women, XLI 123, 139-140; The Barracks, XL 67, XLI 123, 126, 130-131, 135, XLII 167; The Collected Short Stories, XLII 167; Collected Stories, XL 57-68; The Dark, XLI 123; The End or the Beginning of Love, XLI 125; Getting Through, XLI 123, XLII 167; High Ground, XLI 123, XLII 167; The Leavetaking, XLI 123, 132, XLII 168; Nightlines, XLI 123, XLII 167; The Pornographer, XLI 123; That They May Face the Rising Sun, XLI 124, 129, 134, 139, XLII 167; “All Sorts of Impossible Things”, XL 65; “Along the Edges”, XL 63, 65; “A Ballad”, XL 59, XLI 129; “Bank Holiday”, XL 63, 65, XLI 131, 133; “The Beginning of an Idea”, XL 65; “Bomb Box”, XLI 135-136; “Coming into his Kingdom”, XL 59, 62; “The Conversion of William Kirkwood”, XL 58, XLI 135; “The Country Funeral”, XL 66, XLI 135; “The Creatures of the Earth”, XL 66; “Crossing the Line”, XL 66, XLI 129; “Doorways”, XL 58; “Eddie Mac”, XL 58-59, 67, XLI 135; “Gold Watch”, XL 63, XLI 135; “Hearts of Oak, Bellies of Brass”, XLI 128-129; “The Key”, XL 63-64, XLI 135-136; “Korea”, XL 65, XLI 135; “Lavin”, XL 59; “Like All Other Men”, XL 58; “Parachutes”, XL 63-64, 66, XLI 130, XLII 167; “Peaches”, XL 63; “The Recruiting Officer”, XL 61; “Sierra Leone”, XL 58, 64, XLI 137; “The Stoat”, XLI 135, 140; “Strandhill, the Sea”, XL 60-61; “Swallows”, XL 65-66, XLI 137; “Wheels”, XL 59-60, XLII 168; “Why We’re Here”, XL 62, XLI 135; “The Wine Breath”, XL 57, 61-62

427McInerney, Jay, XLVI 28, 35-36, 169

428MacLaverty, Bernard, XLV 29, XLVIII 25

429MacLeod, Alistair, XLI 138, 255-272, XLVII 111-112, 118-119, 122-123, 194, LI 19; As Birds Bring Forth the Sun, XLI 255, 266; Island, The Complete Stories, XLI 255, 257, 269-270; The Lost Salt Gift of Blood, XLI 255, 266; No Great Mischief, XLI 255, 258, 267, 271; “As Birds Bring Forth the Sun”, XLI 264, 266, 267, XLVII 112, 118; “The Boat”, XLI 256, 259, 264, 266, 267, 271; “Clearances”, XLI 260; “The Closing Down of Summer”, XLI 258, 263; “In the Fall”, XLI 264, 271; “Island”, XLI 257, 259, 261; “The Lost Salt Gift of Blood”, XLI 266, 269; “The Return”, XLI 256, 266, 267; “The Road to Rankin’s Point”, XLI 264; “Vision”, XLI 257, 259-260, 266, 271; “Winter Dog”, XLI 270

430McNamara, Brinsley, XLI 149

431McNeice, Louis, XLI 247, 250-251

432MacIntyre, Alasdair, L 26

433McSweeney, Mary, XLI 149

434Madden, David, XLI 233-234, 236-239, 241, XLVII 194; Sharpshooter, XLI 233, 238; “The New Orleans of Possibilities”, XLI 234, 236; “The Singer”, XLI 234

435Maéda, Josaku, XLI 280

436Maillol, Aristide, XLI 279

437Malamud, Bernard, XLI 313, XLIII 88

438Mallarmé, Stéphane, XLVI 53, XLVII 54

439Malraux, André, XLI 279

440Mamet, David, LI 57, 64

441Man, Paul de, XLII 157; “Reading” in Allegories of Reading, XLII 157

442Manet, Edouard, XLI 280

443Mangan, James Clarence, XL 25

444Mann, Thomas, XLI 314, XLIX 87; The Magic Moutain, XLIX 87

445Mansfield, Katherine, XLI 42, 43, 57, 115, 177, 277, XLVII 26, 87, L 138, LI 24-25, 32-34, 81-84, 86-87, 89-93; The Garden Party and Other Stories, LI 33; Selected Stories, XLVII 24, LI 24, 26; “At the Bay”, XLI 115; “Bliss”, XLI 229, LI 33-34, 87; “The Canary”, LI 81, 84, 86, 88, 92-94; “The Doll’s House”, XLI 115; “The Fly”, L 189; “Je Ne Parle Pas Français”, LI 84; “The Lady’s Maid”, LI 81, 84, 86-88, 92-93; “Late at Night”, LI 81, 84-86, 88, 92-93; “Mr. And Mrs. Dove”, LI 24-25; “Mr. Reginald Peacock’s Day”, XLVII 24, LI 25-26; “Prelude”, XLI 115, LI 82; “Spring Pictures”, LI 83

446Manuel Deutsch, Niklaus, XLVIII 62; Death and the Maiden, XLVIII 62

447Marlowe, Christopher, Faustus, XLII 161

448Martineau, Harriet, XLIII 21

449Masefield, John, XLI 245

450Matisse, Henri, XLI 215, 226-227, 318

451Maugham, William Somerset, XLI 195; Cakes and Ale, XLI 174

452Maupassant, Guy de, XL 97, XLI 57, 65, 161, 163, 170, 184, 194-195, 213, 244, XLII 87, XLIX 33; « La Maison Tellier », XLIX 143 ; “A Million”, XL 97-98

453Maxwell, William Keepers, XLI 378-379; So Long, See You Tomorrow, XLI 378

454Mayo, Wendell, XLIII 108

455Mead, Margaret, XLIV 42

456Melville, Herman, XLV 131, XLIX 64, LI 42, 113; Moby Dick, XLV 131; “Bartleby”, XL 98

457Mendelssohn, Felix, LI 111-112, 119; Ein Sommernachtstraum, LI 112; opus 21, LI 111-112; opus 61, LI 111-112; “Wedding March”, LI 112

458Meredith, George, “Love in the Valley”, LI 26

459Merleau-Ponty, Maurice, XLII 67, XLIX 45, 165, 167, 202; Phénoménologie de la perception, XLIX 167; Sens et non-sens, XLIX 165

460Meschonnic, Henri, XLVII 51, LI 133-134; Critique du rythme, Anthropologie historique du langage, XLI 65, LI 134; Pour la poétique II, Epistémologie de l’écriture, XLVII 51 ; « Le théatre dans la voix », LI 133

461Miller, Arthur, XLIII 87-106, XLV 165, LI 74; After the Fall, XLIII 103, 105; All My Sons, XLIII 89, 103, 104; Broken Glass, XLIII 87, 92; The Creation of the World and Other Business, XLIII 104; The Crucible, XLIII 104; Death of a Salesman, XLIII 103, 104, LI 74; Focus, XLIII 89; The Hook, XLIII 104; The Last Yankee, XLIII 104; The Man Who Had All the Luck, XLIII 103; A Memory of Two Mondays, XLIII 104; Mr. Peters’ Connections, XLIII 104; The Price, XLIII 103, 105; The Ride Down Mount Morgan, XLIII 104-105; The Simon Trilogy, XLIII 87, 103; Some Kind of Love Story, XLIII 104; Timebends, XLIII 87, 91-95, 102, 105; A View from the Bridge, XLIII 104; “Fame”, XLIII 89; “I Don’t Need You Anymore”, XLIII 87, 89, 92, 103, 104; “Monte Sant’Angelo”, XLIII 87, 99; “A Search for a Future”, XLIII 89

462Miller, Henry, XLIX 42

463Miller, Max, XL 34

464Milton, John, XL 30, XLI 155; Comus, LI 162; Paradise Lost, XL 101

465Minot, Susan, XLVI 168

466Mishima, Yukio, XLIX 153

467Mitford, Mary Russell, XLIII 11-28; (ed.) American Stories for Little Boys and Girls, XLIII 28; (ed.) American Stories for Young People, XLIII 28; Atherton, and Other Tales, XLIII 25, 28; Belford Regis, XLIII 25; Country Stories, XLIII 25; (ed.) Lights and Shadows of American Life, XLIII 28; Our Village, XLI 113, XLIII 11-27; (ed.) Stories of American Life, XLIII 25, 28; “Atherton”, XLIII 25; “The Bucaneer”, XLIII 25; “The Cartel”, XLIII 25; “The Chalk Pit”, XLIII 24; “Ghost Stories”, XLIII 24; “Jack Hatch”, XLIII 13, 27; “Jessy Lucas”, XLIII 24; “Marion Campbell”, XLIII 25; “The Old House at Aberleigh”, XLIII 17; “The Roundhead’s Daughter”, XLIII 25; “Violeting”, XLIII 15; “The Visit”, XLIII 17; “The Wager”, XLIII 25; “Walks in the Country”, XLIII 16

468Momaday, N. Scott, House Made of Dawn, XLII 151, 157; The Way to Rainy Mountain, XLI 113

469Monet, Claude, XLI 50

470Monroe, Marilyn, XLIII 104, XLV 165, XLVI 167

471Montague, John, XLI 150

472Montaigne, Michel de, XLI 52

473Moorcock, Michael, XL 29-45; London Bone, XL 29-45; Mother London, XL 29, 31, 43; “The Cairene Purse”, XL 30-32, 43; “The Clapham Antichrist”, XL 30, 34-35; “Doves in the Circle”, XL 30-32; “Furniture”, XL 30, 39-40; “London Blood”, XL 34; “London Bone”, XL 30, 34, 37-38; “Through the Shaving Mirror or How We Abolished the Future”, XL 31, 39, 41, 44; “A Winter Admiral”, XL 30-31, 33

474Moore, George, XLV 29-45, XLVIII 25-42, LI 41; Avowals, XLV 33, XLVIII 29; The Brook Kerith, XLV 38, XLVIII 34; A Drama in Muslin, XLV 31, XLVIII 27; Hail and Farewell!, XLV 30-31, XLVIII 26-27; The Lake, XLV 32, 38, XLVIII 28, 34; The Untilled Field (translated as An tUr-Ghort in Irish, XLV 31, XLVIII 27), XLI 103, XLV 29-32, 37-40, 44, XLVIII 25-28, 33-36, 40; “Home Sickness”, XLV 29-45, XLVIII 25-42; “A Letter to Rome”, XLV 39, XLVIII 35; “Literature and the Irish Language” XLV 31, XLVIII 27; “Patchwork”, XLV 39, XLVIII 35; “A Play-House in the Waste”, XLV 39, XLVIII 35; “Some Parishioners”, XLV 39, XLVIII 35; “The Wedding Feast”, XLV 39, XLVIII 35; “The Window”, XLV 39, XLVIII 35

475Moore, George Edward, XLI 61; Principia Ethica, XLI 65

476Moore, Lorrie, XLII 119

477Moravia, Alberto, XLI 60, 211; “The Short Story and the Novel”, XLI 65

478More, Hannah, XLIII 14

479More, Thomas, XL 30, 33

480Lady Morgan (Sydney Owenson), XLIII 14

481Morris, Wright, The Territory Ahead, XLI 379

482Morrison, Toni, XLII 58, XLVII 157, 193, XLIX 34, 121

483Mozart, XLI 380, L 36, 204-205, 207-208; The Magic Flute, LI 144

484Muldoon, Paul, XL 49, 53, 55; Dancers at the Moy, XL 55

485Munch, Edward, The Cry, XLV 103

486Munro, Alice, XLI 93-101, 217-218, XLII 159-165, XLVIII 45, 47, 51, LI 142, 149-158; The Beggar Maid, XLVIII 47; Dance of the Happy Shades, LI 142; Lives of Girls and Women, XLVIII 45, 47; Something I’ve Been Meaning to Tell You, XLII 159, 162; Who Do You Think You Are?, XLI 111; “The Children Stay”, LI 142; “Executioners”, XLII 159-165; “Fathers”, XLI 93-101; “The Flats Road”, LI 152; “Lives of Girls and Women”, LI 149-151, 154, 156; “Royal Beatings”, LI 149-151, 156

487Murakami, Haruki, XLVI 17, 36, 40; “The Wind-up Bird and Tuesday’s Women”, XLVI 36

488Murdoch, Iris, XLI 215

489Nabokov, Vladimir, XLI 377, XLV 113-121, XLVIII 107, Ada, XLV 113; Invitation to a Beheading, XLV 114; Lolita, XLV 113-115, XLVIII 107; Nabokov’s Dozen, XLV 114-116; Pale Fire, XLV 113, 116; The Stories of Vladimir Nabokov, XLV 115; Strong Opinions, XLV 114, 119; “Conversation Piece, 1945” (aka “Double Talk”, XLV 114, 119), XLV 113-121; “Terra Incognita”, XLV 117; “Ultima Thule”, XLV 116

490Nafisi, Azar, Reading Lolita in Tehran, XLV 114

491Naipaul, Vidiadhar Surajprasad, XLI 293, 301

492Nancy, Jean-Luc, XLI 43, 52 ; Au fond des images, XLI 54

493Nicholas of Cusa, XLIX 77

494Nietzsche, Friedrich, XLI 30, 360, XLIII 119

495Nooteboom, Cees, « Lessons », XLV 152

496Norman, Howard, XLVII 101

497Norton, Caroline, XL 25

498Nussbaum, Martha, L 26-28; Love’s Knowledge, L 26; Poetic Justice, L 26; “Exactly and Responsibly: A Defense of Ethical Criticism”, L 26

499Oates, Joyce Carol, XLI 256, XLII 91-109, XLV 63, 106, XLVIII 44-45, 51-55, 59-69; All the Good People I’ve Left Behind, XLVIII 44, 51-52, 55; New Heaven, New Earth: The Visionary Experience in Literature, XLVIII 45; “All the Good People I’ve Left Behind”, XLVIII 52; “At Least I Have Made a Woman of Her: Images of Women in Yeats, Lawrence, Faulkner”, XLVIII 53; “Blood-Swollen Landscape”, XLVIII 54; “Depth-Sightings”, XLV 63; “The Myth of the Isolated Artist”, XLVIII 52; “New Heaven and Earth”, XLVIII 52; “Review”, XLVIII 44-45; “Seminar with Joyce Carol Oates”, XLVIII 44-45; “Sentimental Journey”, XLVIII 55; “Short Story into Film”, XLVIII 61, 63, 65, 68; “The Tryst”, XLVIII 53; “Walled City”, XLVIII 52; “Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?” (aka “Death and the Maiden”, XLVIII 61-62), XLII 91-109, XLVIII 59-69

500O’Brien, Edna, XL 58

501O’Casey, Sean, LI 44-45; Juno and the Paycock, LI 44; The Plough and the Stars, LI 44

502O’Connor, Flannery, XLI 294, 309, 367, 371-373, 375, 377, XLV 95-111, XLIX 120; Everything that Rises Must Converge, XLI 113; Mystery and Manners: Occasional Prose, XLV 101, 109, XLIX 120; Wise Blood, XLV 97, 102-103, 108; “The Artificial Nigger”, XLV 98, 109; “The Comforts of Home”, XLV 98; “The Displaced Person”, XLV 98, 101-102; “The Enduring Chill”, XLV 97-98, 101, 106; “Everything That Rises Must Converge” XLV 97, 102; “Good Country People”, XLV 97; “A Good Man Is Hard To Find”, XLV 97; “Greenfield”, XLI 371, 373; “Judgment Day”, XLV 96; “King of the Birds”, XLV 101; “A Late Encounter With the Enemy”, XLV 97; “The Life You Save May Be Your Own”, XLV 97; “Parker’s Back”, XLI 373, XLV 95-111; “Revelation”, XLI 372, XLV 109; “A Temple of the Holy Ghost”, XLV 101-102, 109; “The River”, XLV 97-98

503O’Connor, Frank, XLI 176, 178, 180, 323, XLVII 87-96; The Backward Look, XLVII 87; Bones of Contention, XLVII 88-89, 95; Dutch Interior, XLVII 87; The Lonely Voice, A Study of the Short Story, XLV 123, XLVII 87, 89-91, 95-96; My Oedipus Complex and Other Stories, XLVII 89; The Saint and Mary Kate, XLVII 87; The Stories of Frank O’Connor, XLVII 89; “In the Train”, XLI 323, XLVII 89-90, 92-93, 95-96; “The Majesty of the Law”, XLVII 88-90; “Orpheus and His Lute”, XLVII 89, 94, 96; “Peasants”, XLVII 88-95

504O’Faolain, Sean, XLI 176, 245, XLVI 148

505O’Flaherty, Liam, XLI 127, 176, 180; The Tent, XLI 181

506O’Neill, Eugene, XLI 130, XLIV 52, LI 19

507Ong, Walter J., XLVII 20, 54, 61, 97-98, 112, 114, 117, 119, 122, 146, 155, 178, 184, 186; Orality and Literacy: The Technologizing of the Word, XLVII 20, 77, 89, 91, 94, 97

508O’ Nolan, Brian (Flann O’Brien), XLI 143, 151-152

509Opie, Amelia, XLIII 14

510Orwell, George,XLV 113; Animal Farm, XLV 113; Nineteen Eighty-Four, XLV 113

511Otto, Whitney, XLVII 79; How to Make an American Quilt, XLVII 79

512Ovid, XLV 146-155, 158-159; Metamorphoses, XLV 146-149, 153-154, 157-158, XLIX 78

513Ozick, Cynthia, XLI 370

514Paley, Grace, XLI 110-112, 115, 345-351, XLVII 194; Begin Again: Collected Poems, XLI 345; Collected Stories, XLI 345; Enormous Changes at the Last Minute, XLI 345; Goldenrod, XLI 345; Just as I Thought, XLI 111; XLI 345; Later the Same Day, XLI 345; Leaning Forward, XLI 345; The Little Disturbances of Man, XLI 345; 16 Broadsides, XLI 345; “Debts”, XLI 350; “The Loudest Voice”, XLI 346; “Wants”, XLI 350-351

515Parker, Dorothy, XLI 313, XLIX 125-126

516Pascal, Blaise, XLVII 96; Pensées, XLI 369, 373

517Pater, Walter, Marius the Epicurian, XLV 33, XLVIII 29; Studies in the History of the Renaissance, LI 18

518Paterson, “Banjo”, XL 85

519Saint Paul, XLV 107-108; Epistle to the Romans, XLII 45; Corinthians, XLV 107

520Peirce, Charles Sanders, XLI 70-71, 78, 81; Writings, XLI 81; “On a New List of Categories”, XLI 81

521Percy, Walker, XLI 334

522Perrault, Charles, XLVIII 82

523Petrarch, Francesco, XLV 101

524Philip, Marlene NourbeSe, XLI 290, XLVII 165

525Piaget, Jean, XLVII 51

526Picasso, Pablo, XLI 318, XLIX 27

527Pindar, XLI 240; Fifth Thracian Ode, XLI 240

528Ping, Wang, XLVIII 100, 103

529Pinter, Harold, LI 52-53, 64

530Pirandello, Luigi, XLI 30, 130, XLII 61, XLVI 43, 60

531Plath, Sylvia, XLI 256, XLII 150, 156, XLVIII 83; Ariel, XLII 157; “Morning Song”, XLII 149-150; “Stings”, XLVIII 83

532Plato, XLII 16, XLV 130, 158, XLIX 25, LI 17

533Plautus, XLVII 31

534Plutarch, L 185

535Poe, Edgar Allan, XL 133, XLI 42, 44, 60, 63, 157, 245, XLII 9-22, XLV 14-15, XLIX 111, L 171-173, 175, 181, LI 19-20; The Collected Works of Edgar Allan Poe, XLII 21; The Complete Works of Edgar Allan Poe, LI 20; The Fall of the House of Usher, LI 130; Great Short Works of Edgar Allan Poe, XLII 21-22; The Mysteries of Udolpho, XLII 13; Tales of the Grotesque and Arabesque, XLII 21; Tales of Mystery and Imagination, XL 56; “The Angel of the Odd”, XLII 21; “Eureka”, XLII 10, 21-22; “The Imp of the Perverse”, XLII 21; “The Island of the Fay”, XL 53; “King Pest”, XLII 21; “The Man of the Crowd”, XLII 21-22; “The Masque of the Red Death”, XLII 21; “The Oval Portrait” (aka “Life in Death”), XLII 9-22; “The Philosophy of Composition”, XLII 9, 21; “The Poetic Principle”, XLII 21; “The Premature Burial”, XLII 21; “The Purloined Letter”/ “La lettre volée”, XL 133, XLII 17, 22; “The Raven”, XLII 22; “Review of Twice-Told Tales”, XLI 65, XLII 11, 21, LI 20, 83; “William Wilson”, XLV 141

536Pollard, Velma, XLVII 156

537Pope, Alexander, XLV 150, 159, XLIX 39, 74-75, L 13, LI 42-43; An Essay on Man, XLIX 74, 76

538Porter, Katherine Anne, XLI 313, 367, 372, 377; Ship of Fools, XLI 313; “Flowering Judas”, XLI 372

539Pound, Ezra, XLVI 174, XLIX 20, 27, 33, L 224; “A Retrospect”, XLVII 95

540Poussin, Nicolas, XLI 41

541Powell, Padgett, XLI 314

542Powers, James Farl, XLI 313

543Prager, Emily, XLVIII 95-110; Eve’s Tattoo, XLVIII 95; In the Missionary Position, XLVIII 95-96; Roger Fishbite, XLVIII 95, 107-108; A Visit from the Footbinder and Other Stories, XLVIII 95-96; Wuhu Diary. On Taking My adopted Daughter Back To Her Hometown In China, XLVIII 95, 98, 102; “A Visit from the Footbinder”, XLVIII 95-110

544Presley, Elvis, XLII 96, XLVIII 66

545Price, Reynolds, XLI 315, XLII 113

546Prichard, Katharine Susannah, XLVII 127-128, 134-142; “The Curse”, XLVII 127-128, 134-142

547Pritchett, Victor Sawdon, XL 121-134, XLI 159, 175-199, 202, 204-205, 213, 240, 245, XLV 47-48, 63-94, XLVII 194, LI 36-37; A Cab at the Door, XLI 177; The Camberwell Beauty, XLV 65; Collected Stories, XL 133; The Collected Stories of V. S. Pritchett, XLV 64, 66; The Complete Collected Stories, XLV 64; The Complete Short Stories, XLV 72; Dead Man Leading, XLI 187, 189, 202; The Living Novel, XLI 188; Midnight Oil, XLV 66; Mr. Beluncle, XLI 187, XLV 65; The Pritchett Century. The Selected Writings of V. S. Pritchett, XLV 67; Selected Stories, XL 64; “The Aristocrat”, XLV 65; “Blind Love”, XLI 194, 198; “The Necklace”, XLI 194; “Neighbours”, XLI 186; “Rain in the Sierra”, XLI 177; “The Sailor”, XLI 197; “The Satisfactory”, XLI 196; “A Sense of Humour”, XLI 185; “Tea with Mrs Bittell”, XL 121-134; “Tragedy in a Greek Theatre”, XLI 177; “The Two Brothers”, XLI 194; “The Wedding”, XLI 198; “The Wheelbarrow”, XLI 194; “When My Girl Comes Home”, XLV 64; “You Make Your Own Life” (aka “The Barber”, XLV 69-70), XLV 63-94

548Proust, Marcel, XLI 127, 245, 249, 318, XLII 142, 157, XLIV 88, XLIX 28, 41, L 36, 141, 158-159, 224; Remembrance of Things Past / A la recherche du temps perdu, XL 55, XLII 157, XLIX 20, L 158

549Pynchon, Thomas, XLVI 77, L 138; The Crying of Lot 49, L 138; “Entropy”, L 138

550Racine, Jean, XLI 218, 228-230 

551Radcliffe, Ann, XLII 13-14, 22, XLIII 12

552Rain, Edna, XLVII 98

553Rand, Ayn, XLI 369

554Rank, Otto, XLIV 69; The Myth of the Birth of the Hero: A Psychological Interpretation of Mythology, XLIV 69

555Ransom, John Crowe, XLI 303, 305

556Raphael, L 197; Madonna with Carnation, L 197

557Rée, Jonathan, I See a Voice, XLI 43,54

558Reinhardt, Max, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, LI 112

559Renoir, Jean, The Rules of the Game, XLI 130

560Rhys, Jean, XLI 277

561Ricoeur, Paul, XLVII 178, L 14, 173, 180; Le conflit des interprétations : essais d’herméneutique, XLVII 178; « La structure, le mot, l’événement », XLVII 178; “What Is a Text ? Explanation and Understanding”, XLVII 178-179

562Riffaterre, Michael, XLVI 47, XLVIII 82, XLIX 35; Semiotics of Poetry, XLII 72

563Rilke, Rainer Maria, XLI 133, 380, XLII 64, 70, XLVI 171; “Archaic Torso of Apollo”, XLI 380

564Rimbaud, Arthur, XLII 150

565Robinson, Edward Arlington, XLI 154 ; “Mr. Flood’s Party”, XLI 154

566Robinson, Harry, XLVII 101-103, 106, 114; Write It On Your Heart: The Epic World of an Okanagan Storyteller, XLVII 101; “Coyote Tricks Owl”, XLVII 114

567Robinson, Marilynne, XLI 304

568Robinson, Mary, XLVI 13, 35

569Robson, Mark, XLVIII 96, The Inn of the Sixth Happiness, XLVIII 96

570Rorty, Richard, L 26

571Rosset, Clément, XLIX 45, 157, 163, 169

572Rossetti, Christina, “Goblin Market”, XLV 166

573Roth, Henry, XLIV (special issue); Call It Sleep, XLIV 25, 27, 30, 36-37, 40, 42-44, 46-47, 52, 54, 65-66, 68-71, 73-75, 77, 79-81, 85-94, 96, 100, 103-106, 108; A Diving Rock on the Hudson, XLIV 32, 33, 43, 48, 89, 107; From Bondage, XLIV 31, 34-35; Mercy of a Rude Stream, XLIV 25-36, 40, 42-43, 47, 66, 73, 78, 81, 85-86, 88-89, 94-96, 98, 100, 104-108; Oedipus, Meet Orestes, XLIV 47; Requiem for Harlem, XLIV 29; Rothiana: Henry Roth nella critica italiana, XLIV 54; Shifting Landscape: Selected Essays and Short Stories, XLIV 26-27, 30, 38-39, 43-44, 46, 49, 51, 53-54, 56, 71, 73-74, 76, 79-80, 87, 89, 91-92, 98, 103-111; A Star Shines Over Mt. Morris Park, XLIV 27-29, 42, 104, 108; “At Times in Flight: A Parable”, XLIV 37-48, 93-96; “Batch 2”, XLIV 46; “Broker”, XLIV 47, 74, 90; “The Dun Dakotas”, XLIV 47, 93, 95-96; “Final Dwarf”, XLIV 65-83; “If We Had Bacon”, XLIV 89, 106; “Itinerant Ithacan”, XLIV 26, 30-36, 94-98 “Kaddish”, XLIV 96, 98; “Lawrence”, XLIV 13-24; “Maine Sampler”, XLIV 13, 75-76, 81; “Many Mansions”, XLIV 47, 90-93; “No Longer at Home”, XLIV 73, 96, 98; “Petey and Yotsee and Mario”, XLIV 47, 92; “P & T Yuletide – a Sketch”, XLIV 27; “The Rail”, XLIV 70; “Report from Mishkenot Sha’ananim”, XLIV 96, 98; “Somebody Always Grabs the Purple”, XLIV 26-29, 35-36, 46-47, 90-93, 108; “The Surveyor”, XLIV 47, 49-63, 96-97; “Vale Atque Ave”, XLIV 96, 99; “The Wrong Place”, XLIV 54-55, 58-61, 96-97

574Roth, Herman, XLIV 71, 76, 80-81; Sin of Divorce, XLIV 71

575Roth, Philip, Operation Shylock, XLV 116

576Rougemont, Denis de, XLIII 31

577Rousseau, Jean-Jacques, XLI 128; Du Contrat Social, XLV 132; L’Emile, LI 130

578Rubens, Peter Paul, XLV 152, L 198; The Fable of Arachne, XLV 152

579Ruskin, John, Fors Clavigera, XLV 153

580Russell, George William (AE), XLI 176, XLV 31, XLVIII 27

581Russell, Sandi, XLVII 79, 193-202; Glancing Fires: An Investigation into Women’s Creativity, XLVII 193; Render Me My Song: African-American Women Writers from Slavery to the Present, XLVII 193, 198-199; Tidewater, XLVII 194, 197-198, 202; (ed.) The Virago Book of Love Poetry, XLVII 193; “The American Songbook and Beyond”, XLVII 193; “Sister”, XLVII 194-196

582Saki (Hector Hugh Munro), XLV 47-62; Beasts and Super-Beasts, XLV 47, 49-50, 53-54, 57-58; The Chronicles of Clovis, XLV 47, 51-52; Reginald, XLV 47, 50, 57; Reginald in Russia, XLV 47, 50, 57; The Rise of the Russian Empire, XLV 56; The Toys of Peace, XLV 47, 53, 55, 57; “The Boar-Pig”, XLV 53, 57; “Esmé”, XLV 52-53, 57; “The Forbidden Buzzards”, XLV 57; “Gabriel-Ernest”, XLV 50, 52, 56, 58; “Hyacinth”, XLV 57; “The Innocence of Reginald”, XLV 50; “Louis”, XLV 57; “The Lull”, XLV 58; “The Lumber Room”, XLV 54-55; “Morlvera”, XLV 55; “Not So Stories”, XLV 47; “The Open Window”, XLV 58; “The Penance”, XLV 53-54; “The Quest”, XLV 51-53; “Reginald on House Parties”, XLV 57; “Reginald’s Choir Treat”, XLV 50, 58; “The Schartz-Metterklume Method”, XLV 50; “Sredni Vashtar”, XLV 51, 53-57; “The Story-Teller”, XLV 49, 56, 57; “The Strategist”, XLV 57; “Tobermory”, XLV 56; “The Toys of Peace”, XLV 57; “The Westminster Alice”, XLV 47

583Salinger, J. D., XLI 277, 313; XLVI 166

584Salkey, Andrew, XLVII 156

585Sand, George, XLI 133

586Sands, Ethel, L 217, 219

587Sappho, L 193, 197

588Sargent, John Singer, XLI 42

589Saroyan, Williams, XLI 147

590Sartre, Jean-Paul, XLV 129, XLVI 131, XLVII 178; Les Mots, XLV 129 ; « Qu’est-ce que la littérature? » / “What Is Litterature ? ”, XLVII 178

591Saussure, Ferdinand de, XL 145, XLI 73-74, XLVII, 20, 50; Course in General Linguistics, XLI 81

592Sayers, Dorothy L, L 98

593Schaeffer, Jean-Marie, XLI 63

594Schiller, Friedrich, LI 163

595Schnackenberg, Gjertrud, The Throne of Labdacus, XLV 146

596Schubart, Christian Friedrich Daniel, L 208

597Schubert, Franz, L 207-208, LI 164; Winterreise, LI 161; “Die Forelle” / “The Trout”, L 207-208

598Schwarz, Hans, XLII 107; XLVIII 62; Death and the Maiden, XLVIII 62

599Scorsese, Martin, The Last Temptation of Christ, XL 104

600Scott, Dennis, XLVII 156

601Scott, Walter, XL 23, XLI 124, 188, 377, XLIII 12, 21; The Abbot, XL 23-24; The Waverley Novels, XLIII 21

602Scriabin, Alexander, XLVI 25, 63, 65-66, 91

603Searle, John, L 77

604Sedgwick, Catherine Maria, XLIII 26

605Seldes, Gilbert, XLIII 81, 82

606Selvon, Sam, XLI 288, XLVII 156

607Seneca, LI 47

608Senior, Olive, XLI 287-298, XLVII 23, 111-113, 116-119, 123, 167-176, 194; Arrival of the Snake-Woman and Other Stories, XLVII 168, 171; Discerner of Hearts and Other Stories, XLVII 113, 168-169, 172; Encyclopedia of Jamaican Heritage, XLVII 116-117 Gardening in the Tropics, XLI 295; Summer Lightning and Other Stories, XLI 294, XLVII 168-171, 173, 175; “Ascot”, XLVII 168-169; “Ballad”, XLVII 26, 168, 174-175; “Confirmation Day”, XLVII 171; “Country of the One-Eye God”, XLVII 171; “Discerner of Hearts”, XLVII 172; “Do Angels Wear Brassieres?”, XLVII 169-170, 173; “Mad Fish”, XLVII 173-174; “The Tenantry of Birds”, XLVII 168, 171; “The Two Grandmothers”, XLI 296-297; “You Think I Mad, Miss?”, XLVII 112, 115, 118; “Zig-Zag”, XLVII 168-169

609Serres, Michel, L 14, 148, LI 128-129; Genesis, L 148; Statues, LI 129

610Shakespeare, William, XLI 43, 124, 126, 128, 137-138, 185, 374, XLV 153, XLVI 13, 21, XLVII 72, XLIX 39, 68-69, 74-75, 77-78, L 13, 36, 39, LI 47, 64, 74, 97, 109-112, 116, 118-121; Anthony and Cleopatra, XLIX 77-78; The Tragedy of Coriolanus, XLIX 69; King Lear, XLI 374, LI 48; Macbeth, XLI 259, LI 97,102; The Merchant of Venice, XLII 155; Midsummer Night’s Dream, XLI 54, LI 109-112, 114-116, 118; Romeo and Juliet, LI 74; The Tempest, XLI 341, XLIX 40, 68, 75, 77, 80, L 192; Troilus and Cressida, XLV 153, LI 74

611Shange, Ntozake, XLVII 193

612Shaw, George Bernard, XLI 148, 309, L 164-165

613Shelley, Mary, XLI 245; Frankenstein, XLV 118

614Shelley, Percy Bysshe, XLI 65, 368, L 74, LI 91

615Shen, Tsunh Wen, XLI 218-220

616Sheridan, John D., XLI 126

617Sherry, Norman, XLI 147

618Sickert, Walter, XLI 50, 63, L 14, 198, 213

619Silko, Leslie Marmon, XLVII 99; Storyteller, XLI 106

620Sillitoe, Alan, The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner, XLI 266

621Silvera, Makeda, XLVII 165

622Simonides of Ceos, L 185

623Simpson, Helen, L 70, LI 137-148, 161-166; Constitutional, LI 138; Dear George, LI 138; Four Bare Legs in a Bed and Other Stories, LI 20, 138; Hey Yeah Right Get a Life, LI 27, 137, 139; “Café Society”, LI 26-27; “Escape Clauses”, LI 138; “Good Friday, 1663”, LI 138; “The Green Room”, LI 138; “Labour”, LI 20, 138; “Opera”, LI 13, 137-148; “The Tipping Point”, 161-166; “To Her Unready Boyfriend”, LI 138

624Sinclair, Iain, XL 29

625Singer, Isaac Bashevis, XLIII 88

626Smith, George Albert, As Seen Through a Telescope, L 161

627Sollers, Philippe, XLIX 109; Théorie des exceptions, XLIX 109

628Sophocles, XLV 146; Oedipus at Colonus, LI 21

629Southey, Robert, XLI 360

630Souzay, Gérard, LI 164

631Spark, Muriel, XLI 243-254, 343, XLVII 194; The Bachelors, XLI 252-253; A Far Cry from Kensington, XLI 252-253; Memento Mori, XLI 249, 252; Robinson, XLI 254; “Bang-bang, You’re Dead”/ “Pan-pan, tu es morte”, XLI 247; “The Executor”, XLI 244; “The Go-Away Bird”, XLI 246; “The House of the Famous Poet”, XLI 250; “The Pawnbroker’s Wife”, XLI 252; “The Poet’s House”, XLI 247; “The Portobello Road”, XLI 244; “The Seraph and the Zambezi”, XLI 243; “The Twins”, XLI 249; “You Should Have Seen the Mess”, XLI 253

632Spencer, Elizabeth, XLI 325-344, XLVII 194; Fire in the Morning, XLI 336; Knights and Dragons, XLI 328, 331, 334; The Light in the Piazza, XLI 327, 329, 332; The Night Travellers, XLI 328-329, 331, 335-336; Nouvelles du Sud, XLI 325-326; The Salt Line, XLI 335, 341-342; Ship Island, XLI 334; XLI 343; The Snare, XLI 329-330, 334, 338; “The Cousins”, XLI 339; “First Dark”, XLI 329; “The Girl Who Loved Horses”, XLI 339; “I, Maureen”, XLI 330, 338; “Indian Summer”, XLI 334; “Jean-Pierre”, XLI 336; “Prelude to a Parking Lot”, XLI 334, 338; “Ship Island”, XLI 329-330; “A Southern Landscape”, XLI 332-333, 339

633Spender, Stephen, L 202

634Sperber, Dan, XL 19, 69, 80

635Spillane, Mickey, XLI 259

636Stafford, Jean, XLI 304-305, 313-314

637Stanislavski, Constantin, LI 119

638Starr, Floyd Favel, XLVII 98

639Stein, Gertrude, XL 139, XLVI 166, XLVII 51-53, 55, XLIX 20, 33, 79, 83-84, 190, 192, 203; The Making of Americans, XLVII 51-53; Three Lives, XLI 113; “Poetry and Grammar”, XL 144, XLVII 52-53

640Steiner, George, XLVII 179

641Stendhal, XLI 127-128, 276, XLIX 33, LI 41; Scarlet and Black, LI 41

642Stephens, James, XLI 178

643Sterne, Laurence, XL 122, XLI 188, L 138; The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman, XL 133, L 138

644Stevenson, Robert Louis, XLI 42, XLV 48

645Stieglitz, Alfred, XLI 50

646Stoker, Bram, XLV 175

647Stoppard, Tom, Travesties, LI 53

648Strachey, Lytton, L 107, 203

649Stravinsky, Igor, Petrushka, XLIV 43

650Swedengorg, Emanuel, XLI 221

651Swift, Jonathan, XLV 150, 159, L 138; Gulliver’s Travels, XL 38, L 138; A Modest Proposal, XLV 51; “A Tale of a Tub”, L 138

652Synge, John Millington, XLVII 93-94; Prose, XLVII 94

653Tan, Amy, The Joy Luck Club, XLI 112, XLVII 79, XLVIII 43

654Tate, Allen, XLI 304-306, 327

655Taylor, Charles, XLV 33-34, XLVIII 29

656Taylor, Elizabeth, XLVI 166

657Taylor, Peter, XLI 260, 303-324, XLVII 194; A Long Fourth and Other Stories, XLI 324; The Old Forest (film), XLI 317; The Old Forest and Other Stories, XLI 303, 313; Presences, XLI 312; A Stand in the Mountains, XLI 312; A Summons to Memphis, XLI 303, 321-322; Tennessee Day in St. Louis, XLI 312; “The Gift of the Prodigal”, XLI 306; “The Hand of Emmagene”, XLI 310; “Je Suis Perdu”, XLI 321; “Mrs. Billingsby’s Wine”, XLI 315; “The Old Forest”, XLI 317-320; “Rain in the Heart”, XLI 322; “Reservations”, XLI 305; “The Senator’s Daughter”, XLI 323; “Tom Tell Him”, XLI 312; “The Walled Garden”, XLI 307

658Tchaikovsky, Pyotr Ilyich, The Nutcracker, L 194

659Tchernychevsky, Nikolaï, Que faire?, XLI 285

660Teilhard de Chardin, Pierre, XLV 102

661Tennyson, Alfred, XLI 138, L 153, 164, 166; “The Lady of Shallot”, L 163

662Terence, XLVII 31

663Terry, Ellen, L 157, 160, 163-166; The Story of My Life, L 164

664Terry, Philip, XLV 148; (ed) Ovid Metamorphosed, XLV 147

665Thackeray, William Makepeace, XLI 188; Pendennis, L 85

666Thiong’o, Ngugi wa, XLVII 199

667Thoreau, Henry David, XLIII 109, XLIX 33, 160, 166-167, 170; Journal, XLIX 160, 170; Walden, XLIV 75, XLIX 160, 169

668Titian, XLV 152; The Rape of Europa, XLV 152, 156-157

669Todorov, Tzvetan, XLII 16, XLIII 23, 27, XLIX 43, 139-140, LI 41; The Fantastic: A Structural Approach to a Literary Genre / Introduction à la littérature fantastique, XLII 22, XLIII 28,; Mikhaïl Bakhtine. Le Principe dialogique, XLIX 138, 143; Poétique de la prose, XLI 86, XLIX 139

670Tolstoy, Leo, XLI 159, 188, 190, 367, 371-373, 377, XLII 73, XLVI 36, 43-44, 48, 60, 148, XLIX 33; The Death of Ivan Ilych, XLI 379; War and Peace, XLI 135, XLVI 36, 38, 57

671Toomer, Jean, Cane, XLI 103

672Torok, Maria, XL 106

673Toscanini, Arturo, XLIV 43

674Toussaint, Jean, XLVII 193

675Trevor, William, XLI 202, 204, 213, XLV 64; “Pritchett Proclaimed”, XLV 64

676Trollope, Anthony, XLI 308; Barchester Towers, XLI 308; The Warden, XLI 308

677Turgenev, Ivan, XLI 135, 213, 317, XLV 32, 37, 40, XLVII 87, XLVIII 28, 33, 36, XLIX 33, L 159; A Sportsman’s Sketches, XLI 174, XLV 32, 37, 40, XLVIII 28, 33, 36; “Old Portraits”, XLI 317

678Turner, William, XL 30

679Twain, Mark, XLV 156-157, XLVII 179, XLIX 33, 143; Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, XLIV 28, XLV 68, XLVII 30-31; The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, XLVII 31; Life on the Mississippi, XLV 156;

680Tyler, Anne, XLVIII 46

681Tzara, Tristan, LI 53

682Unsworth, Barry, The Songs of the Kings, XLV 146

683Updike, John, XLI 276-277, 304, XLIII 121-141; Olinger Stories, XLI 111; “A & P” XLIII, 121-141

684Valéry, Paul, XLII 62, 72, XLVI 23, 53, 136; Cahiers I, XLII 62, 72; Cahiers II, XLII 61, XLVI 23, 53; “Les coquillages”, XLVI 136

685Vanbrugh, John, The Provoked Wife, LI 139

686Vanderhaeghe, Guy, XLVII 111-112, 118-121, 123; “Cages”, XLVII 112, 120, 123

687Van Doren, Mark, XLIV 42

688Velázquez, Diego, XLV 150, 152, 154-159; Las Hilanderas, XLV 149-150, 152, 154-158; Las Meninas, XLV 152

689Verdi, Giuseppe, La Forza del Destino, XLIV 33

690Verlaine, Paul, XLIX 113-114; « Colloque sentimental », XLIX 113, 115

691Vidocq, Eugène-François, The Memoirs of Vidocq, XL 23, 25

692Vinci, Leonardo da, XLI 72, XLIII 94, L 197

693Virgil, XLI 35, 37, XLIV 43, XLVII 33, Aeneid, XLVII 33

694Vizenor, Gerald, XLVII 99, 105

695Voltaire, XLII 64

696Von Horváth, Ödön, LI 163

697Von Tepl, Johannes, Der Ackermann aus Böhmen, XLVI 139

698Wace, Roman de Rou, XLVII 39

699Wagner, L 206; Lohengrin, LI 26; Parsifal, L 207; Tristan und Isolde, XLIV 43

700Walcott, Derek, XLI 301, XLVII 156

701Walker, Alice, XLVII 76, 79-80

702Walker, Margaret, XLVII 196

703Walton, Eda Lou, XLIV 31, 33, 37, 40-43, 45, 47, 70-72, 85, 94, XLIX 167

704Warhol, Andy, XLVI 76, 166-167

705Warner, Alan, XLII 84-85, 88

706Warner, Marina, XLV 146; The Leto Bundle, XLV 146; “Leto’s Flight”, XLV 152

707Warren, Robert Penn, XLI 304-306, 324; All the King’s Men, XLI 306

708Watts, George Frederic, L 160, 164-166

709Waugh, Evelyn, XLV 47

710Webster, John, XLI 124

711Wedekind, Frank, Lulu, LI 123

712Welch, James, XLVII 99

713Wells, Herbert George, L 37

714Welsh, Irvine, XLII 86, XLVII 31; Trainspotting, XLVII 31

715Welty, Eudora, XLI 107, 233, 260, 309, 313, 325, 343, 377, XLV 64, XLVIII 44-46, 48-53, 55; The Collected Stories of Eudora Welty, XLVIII 47-48, 50-51; The Golden Apples, XLI 103, 107-108, XLVIII 44-46, 48-49, 51, 55; The Wide Net, XLI 113; “A Family of Emotions”, XLV 64; “June Recital”, XLVIII 47; “Music from Spain”, XLVIII 48-49; “Place in Fiction”, XLI 233; “Sir Rabbit”, XLVIII 46; “The Wanderers”, XLVIII 46-47, 50; “The Whole World Knows”, XLVIII 48, 50

716Wendt, Albert, XLVII 150

717Westbrook, Kate, LI 138

718Westbrook, Mike, LI 138

719Wharton, Edith, XLI 351, XLIII 59-74 ; Certain People, XLIII 67; The Cruise of the Vanadis, XLIII 59; Here and Beyond, XLIII 61; In Morocco, XLIII 59, 61, 63, 67, 71; The Writing of Fiction, XLIII 71; “A Bottle of Evian”, XLIII 67; “A Bottle of Perrier”, XLIII 59-60, 67-68, 70-71; “The Seed of the Faith”, XLIII 59-62, 64, 67, 70-71

720Whitman, Walt, XLIII 109, XLIX 42, 80, 163, 167; Leaves of Grass, XLIX 167; Specimen Days, XLIX 167; “The Oaks and I”, XLIX 167

721Wiene, Robert, The Cabinet of Dr Caligari, L 15, 221

722Wilde, Oscar, XLV 47; The Importance of Being Earnest, LI 53

723Williams, Tennessee, XLI 130, XLV 168

724Wilson, Edmund, XLIV 46, XLIX 79; Letters, XLIX 79; “The Wound and the Bow”, XLIV 46

725Winter, Sylvia, XLI 293

726Winterson, Jeanette, XLV 163-177, L 98; Art Objects: Essays on Ecstasy and Effrontery, XLV 173-175; Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit, XLV 163-164; The Passion, XLV 164-165, 167-169, 171-172; The PowerBook, XLV 164; The World and Other Places, XLV 164, 174; “Atlantic Crossing”, XLV 163-177; “Disappearance II”, XLV 172; “The Green Man”, XLV 166; “Newton”, XLV 168; “Orion”, XLV 171; “The World and Other Places”, XLV 171

727Wodehouse, Pelham Grenville, XLV 47

728Wolfe, Thomas, XLI 379, XLIV 43

729Wolfe, Tom, XLVI 76; The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test, XLVI 76

730Wolff, Tobias, XLI 367-381, XLII 111-113, 124, 126, 128, 131, XLVII 194; Back in the World, XLI 367; The Barracks Thief, XLI 367, XLII 112; In Pharaoh’s Army, XLI 367; In the Garden of the North American Martyrs, XLI 367; Matters of Life and Death: New American Stories, XLII 131; The Night in Question, XLI 367-368, 376, 378-380; Old School, XLI 367; This Boy’s Life: A Memoir, XLI 367, 378, XLII 112; “Bullet in the Brain”, XLI 379; “Desert Breakdown, 1968”, XLII 113; “Face to Face”, XLII 113; “Firelight”, XLI 378; “Flyboys”, XLI 378; “Hunters in the Snow”, XLII 112; “In the Garden of the North American Martyrs”, XLII 124; “The Life of the Body”, XLI 369, 373; “Mortals”, XLI 379; “Powder”, XLI 378; “Smokers”, XLII 112

731Woolf, Virginia, XL 38, 135-147, XLI 41-47, 50, 52-67, 114, 282, 343, XLVII 22-23, 52, XLIX 28, 35, 41, L (special issue), LI 19, 81-83, 90-92; Between the Acts, L 156-157, 164-166, LI 92; Collected Essays, XLI 57-60, 64-65, L 37, 138; The Complete Shorter Fiction, XL 143, XLI 54-55, 64, L 154, 186; The Death of the Moth and Other Essays, XL 144; The Diary of Virginia Woolf, XLI 54, 65; The Essays of Virginia Woolf, XL 144, XLI 57-59, 64-65; Flush, XLI 63, 65, L 56; Freshwater, L 157, 163-164, 166; A Haunted House and Other Stories, XLI 55-56, 64, L 153, 217; Jacob’s Room, L 92, 159, 181, 187, 203; Kew Gardens, XLI 55, L 14, 122-127, 132-134, 188; The Letters of Virginia Woolf, XLI 54; The Mark on the Wall and Other Short Fiction, XLI 64, XLVII 23, LI 20; Monday or Tuesday, XLI 55-56, L 124, 137, 171-173, 180-181, 188, 202-205, 208; Mrs Dalloway, XL 39, XLI 343, L 60, 68, 139, 177, 187, 203; Mrs Dalloway’s Party, XLI 55, 64, L 13, 67, 69; Night and Day, L 122, 132, 171, 221; Orlando: A Biography, XLV 175, L 111, 163, 176, LI 123; A Room of One’s Own, L 87, 91, 93, 121-123, 125-126, 133, 157; Sketch of the Past, L 159; Three Guineas, L 85, 90-91, 114; To the Lighthouse, XLI 54, L 68, 139, 143, 157, 162, 164, 166, 174-176, 179; The Pargiters, LI 92; Two Stories, XLI 55; (introduction) Victorian Photographs of Famous Men and Fair Women, L 157; The Voyage Out, XLI 54, L 73, 166, 171, 204, 212; The Waves, XLI 44, 52, 54, 63, XLVII 135, L 81, 139, 143, 187, 211-212, 217, LI 92; A Woman’s Essays, XL 143; A Writer’s Diary, XL 146, LI 82; The Years, L 161; “Ancestors”, L 68; “Anon”, L 103, 117, 202; “The Art of Biography”, L 18; “Blue and Green”, XLI 44, L 186, 191, 196, LI 83; “The Cinema”, L 15,157, 221-224; “Craftsmanship”, XL 137, 144-145; “A Dialogue Upon Mount Pentelicus”, L 74; “The Duchess and the Jeweller”, L 13, 49-65; “Ellen Terry”, L 157, 166; “An Essay in Criticism”, XLI 57, 60; “The Evening Party”, XL 142, L 74, 188, LI 81, 90-91, 93; “The Fascination of the Pool”, XLI 44-45, 53-54, L 189, 191-192; “Friendships Gallery”, L 111; “Ghosts”, L 157; “A Glance at Turgenev”, L 159; “Happiness”, XL 139, L 68; “A Haunted House”, XL 140-141, 146, L 143-144, 181; “Holborn Viaduct”, L 13, 33-34; “How Should One Read a Book?”, XLI 61, L 52; “The Impassioned Prose”, XL 144; “Incongruous/Inaccurate Memories”, L 153, 157, 161; “The Introduction”, L 13, 68-71, 73-74, 77-80, 91, 94-95; “The Journal of Mistress Joan Martyn”, L 14, 91, 96, 103-119; “Kew Gardens”, L 14, 121-135, 137-152; “The Lady in the Looking-Glass, A Reflection”, XL 140, XLI 44, 47, 49, 54, XLVII 23, L 14, 18, 20, 22-24, 26-27, 189-190, 192-193, 195-196, 198, 217-223, LI 20; “The Legacy”, L 186; “A Letter to a Young Poet”, XLI 65; “Life and the Novelist”, XLI 62, 65; “The Man Who Loved His kind”, L 13, 33, 38, 68; “The Mark on the Wall”, XL 136-138, 140, L 18-20, 137-138, 173-176; 179-180, 186, 188; “Memoirs of a Novelist”, L 17-20, 221; “Mr. Bennett and Mrs. Brown”, XL 143, XLI 56, L 18-20, 27, 29, 37, 178; “Mr Conrad: A Conversation”, L 73; “Modern Fiction”, XLI 56, 58-59, 65, L 18, 25, 123-124, 138, 174, 202; “Moments of Being: Slater’s Pins Have No Points’”, L 18, 20-22, 24, 28, 91-92, 94, 189, 191-192, 196-197, 218; “The Moment: Summer’s Night”, L 140; “Monday or Tuesday”, XL 140, 145, L 181, LI 83; “The Moths”, XLI 44; “The Narrow Bridge of Art”, L 172; “The New Dress”, L 68; “Notes on an Elizabethan Play”, XLI 62; “Nurse Lugton’s Curtain”, L 190-192, 194, 198; “Ode Written partly in Prose on Seeing the Name of Cutbush Above a Butcher’s Shop in Pentonville”, L 187, 196; “On Re-Reading Novels”, XLI 44, 56-57, 59-62; “The Pastons and Chaucer”, L 103; “Phases of Fiction”, XLI, 60, 65; “Portraits”, L 186, 188, 190-191, 196-198; “The Reader”, L 202; “Reading”, L 11, 13, 103; “The Russian Point of View”, XLI 57, 59; “A Scene from the Past”, L 160-163; “Scenes from the Life of a British Naval Officer”, L 190, 195, 198; “The Searchlight”, L 14, 153-154, 156-157, 167, 195; “A Simple Melody”, L 68; “A Sketch of the Past”, XLI 45, L 157, 159-160, 166, 196; “A Society”, L 91-92, 94, 96, 137, LI 19; “Solid Objects”, XL 138, L 13, 33, 43, 186, 188, 192, 195; “Street Haunting”, L 34; “The String Quartet”, XLVII 23, L 14, 201-215, LI 83; “A Summing Up”, L 68; “The Symbol”, L 188-189, 192, 195; “Sympathy”, XL 144, L 18, 23, 26; “Three Pictures”, L 17-18, 21, 189-193, LI 83; “Together and Apart”, XL 142, L 13, 68-74, 77-80; “Uncle Vanya”, L 188, 198; “An Unwritten Novel”, XL 140, L 18, 20-22, 24, 26, 28, 178-179, 181, 186-187; “Walter Sickert: a Conversation”, XLI 50, 63, L 14, 198, 213; “What the Telescope Discovered”, L 153, 157, 161, 195; “A Women’s College from the Outside”, XL 139, L 91-94-95

732Wordsworth, William, XLI 28, 65, 128, 138, 215, 245, 259, 368

733Wright, Richard, XLVII 65-74, 199; Black Boy, XLVII 65, 73; Early Works, XLVII 67-69, 73; Eight Men, XLVII 65-66, 70-71; Native Son, XLVII 65, 73; The Outsider, XLVII 73; Uncle Tom’s Children, XLVII 65-70, 73; “Big Black Good Man”, XLVII 73; “Big Boy Leaves Home”, XLVII 67-68; “Bright and Morning Star”, XLVII 69-70; “Down by the Riverside”, XLVII 70; “Long Black Song”, XLVII 70; “Man of All Work”, XLVII 70-71; “The Man Who Killed a Shadow”, XLVII 72

734Wycherley, William, The Country Wife, LI 141

735Yates, Richard, Eleven Kinds of Loneliness, LI 137

736Yeats, William Butler, XL 62, XLI 127, 133, 140, 143, 153, 171, 176, 178, XLIV 43, XLV 30, XLVI 174, XLVIII 26, 53, LI 53-54; “All Souls’ Night”, XL 62

737Zangwill, Israel, The Big Bow Mystery, XLV 17

738Zell, Fran, The Marcy Stories, XLI 112

739Zola, Emile, XLI 284, XLV 32, XLVIII 28, XLIX 27; “J’accuse”, XLI 284

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