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[ 851 Index Abercrombie, Lascelles, 432, 434n5, 777 Aboulmagi, Nadia, 826 Action Française, xx, 87n6, 220n27, 262–63n16, 310–11n23 Acton, Sir Francis (Heywood character), 337n26 Adam of St. Victor, 677 Adams, Henry, 843 Adams, J. Donald, 832n1 Adams, John (Elizabethan actor), 610n48 Adderley, Sir Charles, 178, 179, 186n17 Addison, Joseph, xxiv, 272, 274n21, 286, 293n4, 617–20, 623n20, 633, 634 Adler, Alfred, 224, 242n9, 460, 463n27, 486, 487n3 Aeschylus, 637n8, 652n13 aesthetics, xxiii, xxv–­xxvi, 689, 786; Christian, xxv–­xxvi; and Dryden, 291; and Hardy, 22; and Hyde, 300–301; and Joyce, 786; and nature, 20; and Pater, 178, 181, 183; and science, 20, 21–22; and Percy Bysshe Shelley, 23. See also art agnosticism, 36, 811 Aiken, Conrad, 242n9, 565n6 Akenside, Mark, 171, ­174n13 Alain-­Fournier, 420n2 Albigensians, 719, 725n32 Aldington, Richard, xii, 210n2, 433, 575, 577n9, 778 Alexander, Sir William, 604 Amiel, Henri-­Frédéric, 666n18 anarchism, 465, 471n5, 530, 787 Andrewes, Lancelot, 54n29, 257, 263n20, 378, 700, 843 Anesaki, Masaharu, 651n11 Angell, Sir Ralph Norman, 403–4, ­409n1 Anglo-­Catholic Congresses, 138–40, 219n7 Anglo-­Catholicism, xix, 217, 236, 239, 248nn66,68, 249n72, 542. See also Catholicism Anglo-­Catholic Summer School of Sociology, xxii, ­545n1 Anglo-­Saxon verse, 780 Annabella (John Ford character), 477, 478 Anne, Queen, 114, 128 Apelles, 693n5 Aquinas, St. Thomas, 48, 53n17, 55n37, 59, 147, 152n12, 470, 697, 716, 717, 721, 733, 734, 735, 751 Arabella (John Ford character), 484n18 Arbaces, King (Beaumont and Fletcher character), 484n13 Archer, Edward, 206n12, 222n3 Archer, William, 92n3 Aristophanes, 220n16, 489 Aristotle, 23, 32n16, 294n20, 372, 550, 581, 602, 604–5, 734; De Anima, 733; and Jonson, 604, 614; Metaphysics, 713, 715, 723n13; Nichomachaean Ethics, 715; and Pater, 184; Physics, 713; Poetics, 289, 290, 593n5, 603, 611n72, 612n85; Politics, 551, 554n5, 787 Arnauld, Antoine, 349n11, 350n14 Arnauld, Jacqueline-­Marie-­Angélique, 339, 349n11 Arnold, Harold G., 814n1 Arnold, Matthew, xxiii, 89, 114, 118n20, 174n9, 185, 187n22, 217, 220n16, 382n33, 595n22, 604, 641, 654–67, 670, 678, 680, 759, 760, 766; and criticism, 657–64, 668–69; and culture, xxv, 176, 177–78, 179, 180, 181, 182, 183, 184, 654, 666n26; Culture and Anarchy, 176, 177, 179, 187nn23,25, 188n51, 220n19, 504n15; Empedocles on Etna, 655, 664n6; “Epilogue to Lessing’s Laocoön,” 666n21; Essays in Criticism, 176–77, 178; “The Forsaken Merman,” 655, 664n6; “The French Play in London,” 92n2; Friendship’s Garland, 176; The Function of Criticism, 654; God and the Bible, 177, 179, 187n24; “Heine’s Grave,” 659; “Isolation. To Marguerite,” 656–57; and Jesus, 146; Last Essays on Church and Religion, 177; “The Literary Influence of the Academies,” 92n1; Lit­er­a­ture and Dogma, 152n11, 177, 179–80, 187nn27,32, 655; “Memorial Verses,” 220n18; and morality, 178, 291, 292, 658, 659–60, 661, 662, 668–69, 671; and poetry, 292, 634, 655–64, 668–69, 677; and religion, xxv, 176, 177, 178–79, 180–81, 183, 184, 185, 292, 587, 655, 660–61, Index 852 ] Arnold, Matthew (cont.) 662, 663, 664n4, 672; and Richards, 673; Sohrab and Rustum, 655, 664n6; “Stanzas from the Grande Chartreuse,” 667n30; “The Study of Poetry,” 119n29, 559–60n3, 655–56, 663; Tristram and Iseult, 655, 664n6; and W. Words­worth, 651n2, 656, 658–59, 660, 661, 662, 664n3 Arnold, Thomas, 667n31 Aron, Robert, 360, 361n14 art, 148, 185, 258–59, 297, 370, 491, 500–501, 502, 763, 829; appreciation of, 657–58; and M. Arnold, 178, 292; and Babbitt, 552; and Belgion, 24–25; and communism, 459–60, 492, 509, 510, 511, 676–77; and esthetic sanction, 29; and Lawrence, 313, 314; and modernity, 323; and B. Pascal, 340; and Pater, 181, 182, 184, 187n33; and philosophy, 26; and poetry, 605; and propaganda, 677; and religion, 490, 671; and revolution, 748; and Richards, 325n2; and Ruskin, 181; and social expression, 490. See also aesthetics art for art’s sake, 155, 182, 188n43, 587, 690, 769 asceticism, 230, 318, 345, 347 Asín Palacious, Miguel, 714 Aspern, Jeffrey (James character), 772 Asquith, Herbert Henry, Earl of Oxford and Asquith, 55n32, 141, 360n2 Asquith, Lady Cynthia, 790, 807n145 Athanasius, St., 440, 444n19 atheism, 226, 441, 446, 811 Atheist’s Tragedy, The, 207n14 Attenborough, Charles L., 93n12 Auden, W. H., xiv, xxix, 136n10, 164n1, 561, 564, 565n6, 566nn11,12, 777, 782, 783, 789, 804n109, 807n143, 829 Augustine, St., 346, 352n39, 440, 717, 733, 735 Averroes, 721, 725n35 Babbitt, Irving, 7, 9n1, 42n18, 85–86, 87n6, 216, 220n15, 292, 300, 324, 550–53, 555nn7,9, 682n24 Bacon, Francis, 437, 443n5...


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