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Magnificent Houses in Twentieth Century European Literature

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Hugo G. Walter

Magnificent Houses in Twentieth Century European Literature is a collection of great and imaginative essays that explore the theme of magnificent and aesthetically interesting houses in twentieth century European literature. It focuses especially on important works by Thomas Mann, Evelyn Waugh, J.R.R. Tolkien, and Siegfried Lenz, while also discussing other significant houses in modern European literature.

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Index -A- Abendliche Marschlandschaft, 224 “Abschied,” 253, 277 aesthetic vitality, 131, 135 Age of Innocence, The, 282 Alhambra, The, 286 Allison, A. W., 42 Amann, Paul, 123 “An Edelweiss Castle,” 284 Analytical Inquiry into the Principles of Taste, 106, 274 Anselmus, 3–10, 176 Appeal of The Lord of the Rings, The, 211 Aragorn, 191, 193, 194, 198, 204, 212, 291 Arnold, Matthew, 164 Art and Criminality, 227 “Artist of the Beautiful, The,” 36 Arwen, 192, 194, 213 Atlantis, 8, 9, 10 Auden, W.H., 208 aura of death, 156 aura of distance, 87 aura of seclusion, 127 aura of security, 48 aura of splendor, 164 Aus dem Leben eines Taugenichts, 5, 10 Austen, Jane, 1, 2, 13, 14, 15, 44, 176, 241, 251 -B- Bag End, 179, 180, 183, 186 Baggins, Bilbo, 180–82, 193, 214, 291 Baggins, Frodo, 182–87, 193, 194, 198, 204, 213– 15, 249, 291 Beaty, Frederick L., 140, 175 Beddow, Michael, 98, 104 Beja, Morris, 257 Bennet, Elizabeth, 13, 14 Berendsohn, Walter E., 61, 84, 92, 106 Bernini, 286 Bewley, Marius, 273 Bildungsroman, 96 Billard um halbzehn, 124, 253–60, 274 Biltmore, 288 “Birthmark, The,” 41, 94 Birzer, Bradley, 191, 200 Blake, William, 210 Bleekenwarf, 211, 220, 221, 236, 243, 263, 285 Blenheim Palace, 139, 141, 285, 286 Blumen und Wolken, 243 Blumengarten—Utenwarf , 242 Böll, Heinrich, 124, 253, 254, 260, 274 interior_walter.indd 315 5/24/12 10:41 AM 316 magnifiCent houses in twentieth Century european literature Bruford, W.H., 102, 114 Buckingham Palace, 139,...

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