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[ 783 Index Abbey Theatre, 258, 260n2, 401 Abercrombie, Lascelles, 759, 761 Abyssinia (Ethiopia), xxv, 274, 276n6, 311–14, 314n2, 316n11, 380, 384–85n3, 400n7 Ackroyd, Peter, xxxii Acland, Richard, 471n10 Action Française, 7, 11n12, 83nn9–10, 105n10, 205–6, 314–15n3, 577n10 L’Action Française, 104, 106n17 Adam, Karl, Germany’s New Religion, 720, 744n68 Adam of St. Victor, 619 Addison, Joseph, 71, 78n6, 521, 529n4 Aeschylus, 59, 61n12, 381, 385n5, 522 aesthetics, xxvii, xxviii, xxix, 34, 88n1, 97n5, 98n8, 136–37n7, 222, 224, 308, 309n2, 422n6, 489, 506, 508n5, 668, 676, 676n1 Agathon. See Massis, Henri; Tarde, Jean Bertrand Alfred de agriculture, xiii, 17, 18–19, 20, 135, 272, 332, 382, 385n6, 468, 601, 612, 649, 652n4, 693, 699, 714, 717, 743n53. See also country life/ countryside; land Aiken, Conrad, xxxiv Albertus Magnus, 87, 88n4 Aldington, Richard, 151–52n2, 660, 763 Algeria, 625–26, 629n3 Allen, Reginald Clifford Allen, 1st Baron, 178, 180n9, 194n4, 394–95 All Hallows Church, 598n1 All Souls College, Oxford, 595n14 Alport, Erich, 98n7 Andrewes, Lancelot, 255, 420, 619 Angell, Sir Ralph Norman, 161, 164n9 Anglicanism, 568, 569–70, 617–18, 666. See also Church of ­England Anglo-­Catholicism, xi, xiv, 769–73 Anglo-­Irish writers, 293, 294–95 Aquinas, Thomas, Saint, 7, 88n4, 240, 308, 619, 696, 753–54, 770 Arabian Nights (One Thousand and One Nights), 435, 445n27 Archer, William, 657n5 Aristophanes, 74; Eirene, 163, 165n13 Aristotle, 52n30, 53n34, 245, 476, 646, 646–47n1, 647n2, 691 Arlen, Michael, 763 Arnold, Matthew, xxxi, 35, 61n12, 76, 78n11, 96, 186, 254, 570, 572n5, 593–94, 596n24, 726, 727 Arnold, Sir Edwin, 334n14 Arnold, Thomas, 726–27, 740–41n36, 746n86 Aron, Robert, 9, 12n17 art, 22, 24, 229n11, 269, 270, 534, 562–64, 576, 614, 634, 643, 663, 724; and censorship , 263–68; and Chris­tian­ity, 694; and civilization, 396; and convention, 527; and democracy, 704; devotional, 297; and Krutch, 360–61, 362n2; and Lawrence, 486–87; and morality, 16, 33, 45, 704; and­Music and Drama Bill, 610–11, 613–14; and Orage, 148; and past, 519–20; and politics, 704, 705; and social duty, 198, 199; and society, 198, 199, 308, 703–5; and tradition, 300; and war, 396 Art and Letters, 659, 664n2 Articles of Religion, 380–81, 384n2 Artists’ International Association, 566n1 Ashcroft, Peggy, 610, 615n8 Aske, Robert, 416n19 Asquith, H. H., 137n8 Assheton, Ralph, 212n4, 214 Atatürk, Kemal, 396 Athanasius of Alexandria, St., 26, 52n24 Athayde, Tristan d’, Fragments de sociologie chrétienne, 87–88 atheism, 127, 143, 187, 570 Athenaeum, 246 Athens, 304, 521, 691 Attlee, Clement Richard, 383, 385n8 Auden, W. H., 194n1, 768; The Ascent of F6, 405, 406n10; The Dog beneath the Skin, 405, 406n10; “The Group Movement and the­Middle Classes,” 319n5; “Letter to Lord Byron,” 443n1 Augustine, Saint, Bishop of Hippo, 750 Augustine of Canterbury, 92n5 Austen, Jane, 39 Austin, H. W., Moral Re-­Armament, 727–28 Aveline, Claude, 316–17n13 Azariah, V. S., 497 Index 784 ] Babbitt, Irving, 24, 31–32, 33, 52n30, 53n34, 418, 419, 420–21, 421n5, 423n13, 479–83, 485–86, 493nn19, 23, 504–5, 568, 569, 570; “Buddha and the Occident,” 493n21; and cosmopolitanism , 31, 32, 33, 504; Democracy and Leadership, 493n20; The Dhammapada, 479–83; Masters of Modern French Criticism, 507n2 Bacon, Sir Francis, 673, 675n4 Baden-­Powell, Robert Baden-­Powell, 1st Baron, 318, 318–19n4 Bagehot, Walter, The En­glish Constitution, 254, 257n2 Baillie, John, 528–29n1; Revelation, 472 Bainville, Jacques Pierre, 103; Histoire de France, 105n10; Napoléon, 105n10 Baker, W. S., 773 Baldwin, Stanley, 380, 384–85n3, 396, 399–400n4, 451, 452, 454n4, 455n9, 456n12 Balzac, Honoré de, 223; La Comédie humaine, 554 Banks, Leslie, 406n3 Baring, Maurice, 763 Barkstead, William, 125n16 Barlow, Kenneth Elliott, 355, 356, 357n1 Barlow, Sir Montague, 211n1, 212n4, 365, 365–66n1, 366n2, 367 Barnes, Djuna, xxxi; Ladies Almanack, 460n1; Nightwood, 457–60, 460n1; Ryder, 460n1 Barnes, Ernest William: “Commerce as a Ser­vice to the Community,” 256; Should Such a Faith Offend?, 256, 257n5 Barr, Stringfellow, 53n47 Barrès, Maurice, 80, 83n5 Barry, F. R., 318, 318–19n4; The Relevance of Chris­tian­ity, 319n5 Barth, Karl, 491n1; Epistle to the Romans, 742n47 Basques, 507, 508n9 Basutos, 564–65 Bate, H. N., 773 Bates, Ernest Sutherland, “T. S. Eliot,” 344–45n8 Baudelaire, Charles, xxviii, 37, 204n10, 220, 309n4, 321–22, 336n41, 508n4, 605, 671n4 Bax, Clifford, 593 Bazin, René, Charles de Foucauld, 628n2 Beaken, Robert, Cosmo Lang, 455n9 Beaumont, Francis, 70, 553 Beaverbrook, Sir William Maxwell...


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