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(p. 701) Index

(p. 701) Index

absence333–8, 598, 645, 650, 652, 660
Adams, Henry661
Adorno, Theodor189, 556, 590, 624–5, 629, 679
adultery51, 53, 54–5, 154, 165
affective fallacy252, 253
AIDS elegy373–6, 382–95, 416, 473
Albert, Prince275
Albright, Daniel415
Alcæus35
Alcuin104
Aldhelm103
Alexander, Sir William146
Alexie, Sherman358
Alexiou, Margaret13–14, 21, 408
Alfred, King102, 103
Ali, Agha Shahid602, 615
allegory264, 267, 558, 586, 622
AIDS elegy394
danse macabre571
death675–6
English pastoral elegy136, 138, 139, 140, 143
feminist426
war memorials643, 644
Allende, Isabel374
alliteration102, 103, 104, 108, 110, 123, 526, 607
Allott, Kenneth320
Ambrose of Milan93
Amenabar, Alejandro581, 582
American Civil War (1861–65)228–9, 637–8, 641–2, 685, 690–2
American Revolutionary War (1775–83)224, 233
Ames, William212, 218
Amos, Book of72
anaphora179, 232, 410, 411
ancient Greek
elegy13–42, 414, 519, 546–7, 553
grave stele459
Anderson, Benedict549, 602, 604, 606–7, 617
Anderson, Margaret468
Andrei Rublov (1969)599
Anglo-Saxon elegy101–13, 120, 290, 672–3
Anne, Queen445, 446
anthologies308, 320, 434, 465, 467, 472, 505, 614
anthropomorphism335, 696 see also pathetic fallacy
anti-elegy310–12, 316, 321, 324–5, 468, 647
contemporary413–28
English drama524–31
Ramazani on356, 397–8, 409, 415, 416, 638, 643, 654, 655, 676, 683–4
anticipatory elegy330–1
antiphons21–2, 23–5, 30, 31, 137, 521
Antonioni, Michelangelo591
Apess, William352
apotheosis566, 567, 570
Appleton, Nathanael212
Aquash, Anna Mae Pictou359
Arcadianism310–11, 312, 316, 321 see also pastoral elegy
Archilochus37–8, 39, 47
Arendt, Hannah548
Aretino, Pietro536
Aristophanes14
Arnold, Matthew282–3, 283, 287, 327
art:
elegy and663–80
landscape194–9
museums620–34
Arundel, Anne Howard, Countess of435
Ash, John238
Ashton, Thomas143
Auden, W. H.306, 307, 314, 372, 602, 606
‘Eulogy to W.H. Auden’ (Walcott)602
‘In Memory of Sigmund Freud’611
‘In Memory of W.B.Yeats’202, 319, 320, 413–15, 417, 609–11
‘Miss Gee’371, 378
‘Musée des Beaux Arts’413
‘Spain 1937’313
Auerbach, Erich549
Augustus, Emperor51
Ausonius86, 87, 93
Austen, Jane260
Baal, god70, 71
Babel (2006)588, 590
Babylonians69, 72, 74
Backscheider, Paula455
Bacon, Francis550
(p. 702) Badiou, Alain253
Bahr, Donald344
Baillie, Joanna558
Bang, Mary Jo474
Bann, Stephen629
Baraka, Amiri603
Barber, Jane449–50
Barclay, James238
Barker, George321
Barker, Jane454, 455, 456
Barnes, Barnabe162
Barnfield, Richard145–6
Barrell, John147, 193, 195, 196
Barrett Browning, Elizabeth277, 284–6
Basso, Keith344
Bate, Jonathan324, 330–1, 333
Baudelaire, Charles281–2, 283, 333, 558, 612
Baudrillard, Jean623
Bayley, John374
Baym, Nina467
Bazin, André681–4
Bazin, Germain621
Beardsley, Aubrey365, 366
Beardsley, Mabel366–9, 377
Beattie, John696
Beauclerk, Lord Aubrey454
Beaumont, Sir George669, 671
beauty366, 369, 436, 451, 452, 628, 628 see also aesthetics
Beckett, Samuel355
Bedford, Duke of458
Beerbohm, Max300
Beethoven, Ludwig van390, 391, 392
Behn, Aphra439–40, 535–6
Bell, Julian315
Bellamy, Elizabeth498
Bembo, Pietro161
Ben-Amos, Dan344
Benjamin, Walter252, 254, 476, 518, 535, 549–50, 557, 585, 622
Bennet, Mary454
Bentick, John238
Bentley, Richard567–73, 575, 577, 579, 581
Beowulf102, 108–13
Bergman, Ingmar596
Berkeley, Sir John120
Berlant, Lauren451, 469
Bernstein, J. M.627, 628
Berry, Wendell329
Bildung560, 601
Bion249, 442, 511, 513, 566
Bishop, Elizabeth326–8, 329, 417–21, 476
Black Hawk350–2
Blaeser, Kimberley347, 359–60
Blair, Robert181, 572
Blake, Mary174
Blake, William192, 550, 554, 555, 558
Blaydes, Sophia537
Bloom, Harold509
Bloomfield, Morton343
Blumenberg, Hans548
Boas, Franz630
Boccaccio120
Boehrer, Bruce514
Boethius86, 91, 92, 121, 124, 128
Bogan, Louise469, 470
Boland, Eavan477
Boniface103–4
Book of the Duchess, The (Chaucer)118, 119, 120, 122, 126, 127, 128
Boon, James A.623–4
Boothby, Brooke451
Bowlby, John227
Boyd, Elizabeth180
Boym, Svetlana310
Brackley, Lady Elizabeth436
Bradley, Katherine285
Bradstreet, Anne206–7, 215, 284, 438–9, 602
Brant, Molly348–9
Brathwaite, Kamau613
breast cancer elegies416, 464, 472–3
Brecht, Bertolt588
Brereton, Jane447, 454, 455, 456
Brezhnev, Leonid598
Bright, William347
Brightman, Robert344
broadside elegies175–8, 209
Bronfen, Elizabeth468
Brooke, Rupert306, 307, 308, 309, 310, 312, 313, 315, 603
Brooks, Gwendolyn470
Brooks, Thomas174
Brophy, Sarah and Spearman, Susan393
Brown, Capability193
Brown, John228–30
Browne, William137, 141–2
Browning, Robert277–8, 300
Brueggemann, Walter411
Bryskett, Lodowick145
Buddhism251
Buguet, Edouard Isidore694
Bull, John147
Buntinx, Gustavo and Karp, Ivan633
Burke, Carolyn470
Burke, Edmund450–1, 452, 580, 581
Burke, Helen M.536–7
Burney, Fanny533
Butler, Judith253, 316, 607, 609, 610, 611, 617
Butler, Lady Eleanor455
Byron, Lord246, 543
(p. 703) Caine, Lynn374
Callimachus of Alexandria154, 200
Aetia40, 47
Hymn 532
‘The Lock of Berenice’47–8
Cameron Wilson, T. P.309
Campbell, Alfred Gibbs228–30
Campbell, Thomas671
Canetti, Elias586, 587
Carew, Thomas499–500, 501
Carey, Mary450, 483, 488–91, 495
Carlyle, Thomas640
Carrier, David622
Carroll, Lewis255
Carson, Rachel251–2
Carter, Elizabeth454
Cary, Mary436
Cassady, Edwin504
Catholicism566, 567, 568, 570, 578
Catullus46, 47, 49–50, 51, 53–6, 60, 154, 155, 157, 158, 281
Cavendish, Margaret449
Cavitch, Max467
Cecil, Lord David568
Celan, Paul390, 391, 476, 679
Celtic poetry101–2
cemeteries274, 466, 637
Centlivre, Susanna444
Charles I, King176, 438
Charles II, King437, 439
Charlotte, Princess454
Chatterton, Thomas247–9
Chaucer, Geoffrey118–20, 121, 122, 126, 130–2, 502, 507
Cheyfitz, Eric346
children, death of178–80, 252–3, 279–80, 436, 438–9, 445, 447–8, 450, 451, 469, 470, 474, 481–96, 528, 602
Chin, Marilyn615
Chodorow, Nancy448
choral poetry234–5
choral singing26, 29, 33–5
Christian consolation110, 121–2, 142, 177, 178, 180, 281, 352, 436, 438, 449–50, 459, 492–4, 526, 566
Christianity105, 550
acceptance of mortality526
‘art of dying well’ treatises172–3, 216–18
conception of history552
English pastoral elegy140
Eucharist201–2
humanism and435–6
late Roman elegy85, 86, 87, 89, 92–3, 96
Resurrection137, 142, 310, 314
Chronicle of a Summer (1961)589
Chronicles, Book of69
Chudleigh, Mary, Lady445–7
Churchyard, Thomas208
Cicero, de Amicitia143
city-laments:
biblical72–9
Carthage578
and the dirge78–9
Greek40
Jerusalem77, 79, 405
late Roman88
Old English107
Rome198–9
Sumerian76–9
Troy96–7, 192
civil rights234–6
Clampitt, Amy336, 602
Clark, Kenneth195
Clark, Suzanne469
Clark, T. J.666, 667
Claudel, Paul320
Claudian87, 93
Cleaver, Richard486
Clemmer, Peter696, 698
Clere, Thomas506, 508
Clery, Emma573
Clifford, Anne487
Clifford, James630
Clifton, Lucille473
Clough, Arthur Hugh283, 327
Cohen, Mortimer402
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor:
Biographia Literaria558
Lyrical Ballads558
‘Monody on the Death of Chatterton’247–50
The Rhyme of the Ancient Mariner257, 258, 374
Colet, John, Dean of St Paul's143
Collier, Jeremy536
Collins, David374
Collins, Nathanael213, 218
Colman, George538
Columbus, Christopher347
Combe, William148
communalization of emotions22, 24, 29, 35, 36, 433–4, 475, 603–5
kaddish397, 400–1, 402, 404, 405, 408–11
laments79–81
war memorials648–50, 654–5, 662
complaint67–8, 72, 79–81, 123, 125, 180, 243, 278, 519
confessional poetry420–1
Conrad, Alfred409, 475–6
consolation98, 274
funeral elegy and170, 172
later medieval elegy and119, 121–5, 127, 128, 129
nature as326, 664
‘poetry's ancient claim’ of308, 320
(p. 704)
Puritan elegy and218, 221
rejection of140
satire on533–4
war memorials and639–40, 650 see also Christian consolation
Constable, Henry141
Constable, John, Hadleigh Castle669, 670, 671
constitutional elegy224–37, 467
constitutional nationalism607
contemptus mundi motif126
Conway, Anne, Viscountess493, 495
Cook, Captain James239
Cooper, Edith285
Copley, Frank51
Cornelius Gallus48–9
Cornford, Rupert John306–7, 313, 314, 315
Costello, Bonnie418, 425
Cotton, John215, 216
couplets177, 178, 181, 410, 411 see also elegiac couplets
Cravan, Arthur469
Crawford, Patricia486
Crewe, Jonathan505, 506
Cromwell, Anne492, 495
Cronon, William330
Cullen, Countee234
Curl, James Stevens272
Cvetkovich, Ann473
Cybulski, Zbigniew590, 595–6
Cynewulf, Elene110–11
dactylic hexameter14, 15, 47, 52, 86, 93, 94, 95, 98, 137
Dalai Lama251, 254
Dalziell, Tanya470
Danforth, John217
Danforth, Samuel216
Danforth II, Samuel215
danse macabre allegory571
Dante Alighieri291, 567
Darwell, Mary Whateley449, 453, 457
Darwin, Charles550
Darwin, Erasmus239
David, King68–9, 70, 71, 209, 214
Day Lewis, C.307, 314
De Beauvoir, Simone374
De Kok, Ingrid385, 393–4
De Man, Paul189, 333, 416, 557, 558, 561, 666–7
De Navarre, Marguerite434
De Selincourt, E.509, 510
De Vere, Anne Cecil483, 491–4
death:
artistic representations of665–8, 673–80, 675–80
de-nationalisation of615–17
denial372–3
Georg Simmel on560–1
preparation for220
trivialization of119–20
Victorian culture of272–6, 602, 673–5
deathbed elegy364–79, 399–402
deathbed experiences173, 216–17, 527, 579
decadence292–304
Defoe, Daniel365
Delacroix, Eugène686, 690
Delerue, Georges590
Deleuze, Gilles337, 390
Deloria Jr, Vine346
Demeter339–41
Deor (Exeter Book)105–6, 108
Descartes, René201, 267, 268, 550
Dewey, David216
diaspora477, 613 see also displacement; exile
Dickens, Charles273–4, 276, 451
Dickinson, Emily278, 284, 467
Didion, Joan373, 374
Dimock, Wai Chi339
Diodati, Charles514, 515–16
dirges68, 70, 71–2, 78–9, 81, 92, 137, 171, 519
displacement147–8, 346, 404–5, 409–10, 477, 613, 623 see also exile
distichs94, 95, 137, 434, 547
documentaries589–90, 594, 599
Dod, John486
Donne, John162–3, 284, 489
‘Anniversaries’208
‘Change’166
‘The Ecstasy’379
‘First Anniversary’528
funeral elegies176
‘His Parting from Her’165–6
‘Image of her whom I love’164
‘The Indifferent’166
Latin erotic elegy and64
‘Nature's lay Ideot’166
‘The Perfume’165
Songs and Sonnets163
and Thomas Carew499–500, 501
‘To his Mistress Going to Bed’164–5
‘Variety’164
Donnelly, Charles317
Dos Passos, John233–4
Doty, Mark374, 390–2, 395
Douglas, Ann465–6
Dowling, Linda297
Dracontius85, 97
Drake, Francis219
Draper, John W.175, 193, 208
Drayton, Michael142
dreams60–1, 118, 122, 128, 161–2
(p. 705) Dreiser, Theodore597
Drummond of Hawthornden, William141, 501
Dryden, John444, 445, 446, 501
Drygas, Maciej599–600
dualism253, 254, 264, 267, 268
DuBartas, Guillaume207
Dué, Casey21
Dunbar, William120
Duncan, Carol625
Dunn, Douglas375
Dunne, John Gregory374
DuPlessis, Rachel471
Dupré, Louis548
Duras, Marguerite474
Durham, Jimmie347–8
Dyer, John198–9
Dyer, Sir Edward138
early modern English:
drama518–19
funeral elegy170–84
maternal elegy481–96
Early Summer (1951)593
Easthope, Anthony264
Eastlake, Lady Elizabeth685–8, 690
Easton, Malcolm366
Eby, Kerr675, 677
ecological elegy251–69, 329–41
Edgewood Memorial, Pennsylvania642, 651
Edwards, Richard192
Egerton, Sarah444
elegiac couplets528, 565
biblical68
English162
funerary inscriptions155
Greek13, 14–18, 20, 26–9, 31, 32–3, 35, 36, 38
Latin47, 49, 85, 86–7, 89, 93, 94, 153
vernacular equivalent of164
elegiac sonnets242–4
Elegy (1984)598–9
‘An Elegy on the Death of the Right Honourable Heneage Lord Finch’ (anon)176–8
Eliot, George468
Eliot, T. S.274, 289, 292, 293–4, 299, 471, 560
‘A Cooking Egg’296–7
‘East Coker’290–1
on elegy626
on Great War elegists307
‘Little Gidding’333
‘mort aux Dardanelles’614
‘Mr. Eliot's Sunday Morning Service’298, 300
‘Sweeney Among the Nightingales’295–6, 297
‘Tradition and the Individual Talent’418
The Wasteland296, 318, 337, 614
Elizabeth I, Queen439
Elliott, A. M.314
emotional distance481–2
emotions, and gender443–4, 450–1 see also communalization of emotions
Empson, William190, 195, 207
enclosures147–8, 203–4
Enfant du paradis, Les (1945)589
Eng, David L., and Kazanjian, David633
England's Helicon (miscellany)140–1
Enlightenment238, 239, 242, 250, 331, 623, 627, 629
Ennodius92–3
epic elegy239–42
epicedium123, 137, 171, 178–80, 547
epigrams519, 614
early modern drama527, 528, 530, 531
Greek38–9
Latin46, 47, 49, 54, 85, 92–6, 97
Shakespearean147
valedictory527, 528, 530, 531
epigraphs192, 285, 286
epitaphs94, 155, 156, 333, 494, 505, 519, 660
early modern drama523, 527, 528, 529, 531
‘Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard’176, 192
First World War614
funeral elegy and171, 176, 177, 178, 183
tombstone660, 667
epithalamia87, 94
eroticism57–9, 119, 122, 455, 456, 506, 507, 513
English pastoral elegy145
German167
Latin47–8, 49, 51, 53–64, 90–2, 98
Renaissance161
Restoration drama536, 537, 539 see also homoeroticism
Essex, Earl of208
etchings675–7
ethnographic museums629–31
eulogy68, 69, 73, 85, 108, 171, 174, 217–18, 499, 585
beauty366, 369, 436
knowledge454
modernist299
Euripides502, 547
Andromache21, 26–30, 32–3, 42
Iphigeneia31
Trojan Women14, 21, 25–6, 28, 31
Eurydice128–9, 425–7, 470–1, 589
Evangelicalism272
Everything for Sale (1967)590, 595–6
exemplarity173–4, 176, 178, 182
Exeter, Earl of454
exile104, 121, 129, 155–6, 244, 327, 346, 350, 407, 410 see also displacement
Exodus, Book of71
Ezekiel, Book of69, 70, 72
Fagles, Robert188
Fahrenheit 9/11 (2004)587–8
(p. 706) Falco, Raphael509, 510
falling motif68–75, 96–7, 123
families421–2, 472, 481–2
Family Viewing (1987)591
Farqhuar, George537
fascism310, 313, 314, 316, 318, 319, 320, 413
feminism465–7, 482, 615
Ferris, David554
Ferry, David328–9, 338
Ficino, Marsilio143
Fielding, Henry533–4, 540
film581, 582, 585–600
Finch, Anne, Countess of Winchelsea449, 457–8
Findlen, Paul622–3
Fineman, Joel505
Finlay, Ian Hamilton340
First Division Monument, Washington643–5
First World War (1914–18)314–15, 397
betrayal of compact with the dead of320
epitaphs614
memorials312, 317, 641, 642–50
modernist elegy and289–304
pictoral elegy675–7
Fish, Stanley500, 502
Fiske, John215
Fitzgerald, Edward285
Fitzroy, Henry506
Flaubert, Gustave365
Fletcher, Giles162
Fo, Alessandro89
Forche, Carolyn476
Ford, Ford Madox289
Ford Coppola, Francis593
Fortunatus, Ventantius93–8
Foucault, Michel548
Fox Talbot, William Henry684
Fradenburg, Louise O.128, 130, 508
France:
Louvre620, 621, 624, 625, 634
Thiepval Memorial645, 648–51, 652, 654, 655
Frank, Marcie501–2
Franklin, Benjamin206, 207, 216, 226
Fraunce, Abraham137, 138, 146
Freccero, Carla508
Freeman, John309
freeze-frame shots591, 597, 599
French, Daniel Chester643
Freneau, Philip226, 227
Freud, Sigmund628
elegy for609
on fetishes590, 623
‘Mourning and Melancholia’129, 255, 307, 308, 423, 442–3, 464, 518, 534–5, 562, 660
‘retroactivity’561
Totem and Taboo587, 611
Frost, Robert251, 325–6, 328, 329, 330, 338
Frow, John343
Fuller, Roy315–16
funeral elegy21, 138, 170–84, 208–9, 215, 216, 433, 436, 604
funeral sermons137, 171, 181, 215, 433, 519, 528
Gado, Frank596
Gall, Sally M.366
Gallagher, Tess375
Gallus, Cornelius46, 159
Gardner, Alexander685, 690–2
Gardner, R.315
Garrison, William Lloyd228
Gauchet, Marcel548
Gaudier-Brzeska, Henri303, 614
Geertz, Clifford374
gender:
American constitutional elegy and234–6
grave art and660–1
Greek lament31–3, 34, 36–7, 38
Jewish mourning and410–11
melancholia and494–5
mourning and284, 443–4, 464
paired writers498
pastoral elegy and443, 444
property rights and484–7
relations60, 471
Genesis, Book of67–8, 331
Geoffrey of Vinsauf127
Germany:
love elegy166–7
myth102, 108
and Old English elegy101
revaluation of antiquity553–5
Trauerspiel518, 519, 535
gerunds179, 424
Gettysburg battlefield692
Gettysbury Memorial637–8
Gibbon, Edward199
Gibbons, Joe592
Gibson, Wilfred306, 311
Giddens, Anthony548, 549
Gil, Daniel Juan508–9
Gilbart, Sarah474
Gilbert, Cass643
Gilbert, Sandra310, 472
Gilgamesh69
Gill, Joanna421
Ginsberg, Allen344, 371–2, 378, 398, 401–10, 476, 615
Glancy, Diane356, 358, 360
Gloucester, Henry Stuart, Duke of438, 445–6, 458
Glück, Louise339–40
Godard, Jean-Luc590
Godfather films593
(p. 707) Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von452, 621
Römische Elegien166–7, 201, 547
Goldsmith, Oliver191, 193, 194, 197, 203
Gonne, Maud368, 607
Googe, Barnabe140, 143
Gorer, Geoffrey373
Gorges, Sir Arthur140
Gosse, Edmund191
Gothic fiction565–83, 674
Goya, Francisco, Los Desastres de la Guerra675
Graham, Jorie417, 423–7
Grande Illusion, La (1937)587
Graves, Robert311, 370–1
Graveyard School191, 193, 572 see also Young, Edward
Gray, Thomas:
Agrippina197
Bentley's frontispiece568, 569, 571, 572, 573, 574, 575, 577, 579, 581
‘Elegy Written in A Country Churchyard’176, 187–204, 552–3, 567–8, 570, 595, 600
Ode on a Distant Prospect of Eton College191, 194
‘Sonnet on the Death of Mr. Richard West’242
Green, George313
Greenberg, Nathan17
Greenwell, Dora284
Greenwood, Grace467
Gregory, John188
Gregory, Lady366, 367
Gregory of Nazianzus93
Greville, Frances447
Greville, Sir Edward148
grief memoirs373–5
Griffith, Elizabeth538
Grimké, Sarah and Angelina463–4
Grosart, Alexander509
Grossman, Allen257
Guattari, Félix390
Guillory, John190, 191, 193, 195, 196, 197
Gunn, Thom236, 375–6, 377, 385, 393, 394
Gunning, Tom694
Gunther, John374
Gurney, Ivor310, 314
Guthlac B107
Guy-Bray, Stephen506
H. D. (Hilda Doolittle)426, 469, 470–1
Hacker, Marilyn235–7, 473
Hall, David D.212
Hall, Donald364, 365, 369–70, 372, 374, 375, 377, 379
Hall, John148
Hallam, Arthur Henry274, 280, 281, 282, 285
Hamilton, Alexander225
Hammond, James238
Hammons, Pamela483, 491
Hanna, Dan345, 346
Happiness (1932)597
Hardy, Emma286, 287
Hardy, Thomas329, 368, 626
‘The Darkling Thrush’334
‘The Going’426–7
‘The Haunter’167–8
‘Poems of 1912–13’286–7
Harington, John136
Harjo, Joy358, 359
Harper, Michael S.602
Harrington, Bill313
Harris, Joe102
Hastings, Lord176
Hastings, Lucy450
Hastings, Warren240
Hawkesworth, John202
Hawkins, Coleman613
Heaney, Seamus602, 612, 626
Heap, Jane468
Hear my cry (1981)599–600
Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich386, 548, 550, 551, 556, 558, 559, 561, 628, 668
Heidegger, Martin254, 331, 338, 339, 341, 548, 550, 551
Heine, Heinrich558
Heinemann, Margot315
Hemans, Felicia284–5, 450, 452–3, 457, 459, 465
Henderson, Carol374
Henley, W. E.364, 368
Henry, Prince of Wales175, 207
Henry VIII, King506
Henryson, Robert127, 129
Herbert, George207, 483–5, 487, 489, 495
Herbert, Mary Sidney, Countess of Pembroke434–5, 510, 514, 519
Herder, J. G.553
heritage621, 622, 623, 625, 626, 631–2
Herman, Judith655, 656
Hertz, Neil202–3
Hervey, James187, 191–2
Hesiod136
hexameter565
dactylic14, 15, 47, 52, 86, 93, 94, 95, 98, 137
Goethe and167
Greek elegiac13, 14, 15–20, 23, 29, 31, 41
Latin elegiac47, 62, 86, 87, 89, 93, 94–5, 98
pastoral elegiac137, 138, 146
Hill, Geoffrey612–13
Hinton, Leanne345
historicism549–50, 557, 561
Hitchcock, Alfred588, 589, 592
Hobbes, Thomas549
Hoccleve, Thomas130, 131, 132
Hoeveler, Diane Long543
(p. 708) Hogan, Linda355–6
Holcroft, Thomas543
Hölderlin, Friedrich546, 547, 556–62
Hollander, John402
Holloway, Brian351–2
Holmes, Oliver Wendell688–90, 692, 695, 698
Holocaust330, 359, 384, 405, 418, 476, 594–5, 612, 615, 679
documentaries589–90
memorials662
Holst-Warhaft, Gail316
Homer16, 22–5, 30, 284
homilectics105, 125, 209, 212, 219
homoeroticism142, 143, 144, 146, 499–500, 501, 503, 506–8, 513, 516
homosexuality137, 144, 146, 253, 285, 383, 501, 502, 505
homosociality142, 143, 145, 146, 501, 529
Hooker, Samuel216, 217, 218
hooks, bell475
Hopkins, Gerard Manley252, 282, 286, 331–2, 334, 337, 338, 674
Horace54, 89
Horowitz, Gregg628–9
Horton, George Moses230
Horvitz, Roger386–90
Houghton, Georgina694
Houlbrooke, Ralph482
Houseman, A. E.285–6
Howard, Anne, Countess of Arundel435
Howard, June466
Howe, Marie383
Howe, Susan337–8, 615
Howell, William Dean230–2
Hudson, Frederick694
Huizinga, Johan548
Hulme, T. E.289, 303
human rights234–6, 632–3
humanism435–6, 438
Hume, David450, 451, 580
husbands409, 448, 475–6
Husband's Message, The (Exeter Book)105
Husserl, Edmund550
Hutchinson, Lucy Apsley436–7
Hutson, Lorna501, 502
Huyssen, Andreas633–4
iambic metres28, 93, 177, 178, 267, 295
idealism553, 555, 556, 558, 559–60, 562
imperialism292–8, 302–3, 310–11
In the Mood for Love (2000)593
Inchbald, Elizabeth543
indexicality682, 684, 698
inscriptions189, 433, 436
epigrams94
Et in Arcadia Ego663
funeral108, 155, 178
war memorials306, 639, 640–56
Internet Movie Database591–2
Iraq War372
irony47, 48, 50–1, 57, 59, 62, 64, 92, 119, 172, 296, 394, 469
Isaiah, Books of69, 70, 72, 74
Isherwood, Christopher307
Isidore of Seville121
Jack, Ian189, 197–8
Jackson, Helen Hunt467
Jackson, President Andrew350
Jacob, patriarch67–8
Jacobsen, Bill384
Jago, Richard193–4
Jakobson, Roman16, 604
James, Henry582–3, 609
James II, King458
Japanese film591, 593–4
Jardine, Alice469
Jarrell, Randall330, 417
Jay, John225
Jefferson, Thomas233
Jeremiah, Book of69, 74, 408–9
Jerusalem73, 74, 77, 79, 405
Jetée, La (1962)589, 591
Jewish American elegy397–411
Jews590–1, 594–5 see also Holocaust; kaddish
Job, Book of70–1
Jocelin, Elizabeth487
John of Garland158
Johnson, Kendall353
Johnson, Linton Kwesi612
Johnson, Samuel138, 143, 326, 502
dictionary definitions for ‘elegy’238
on ‘Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard’188–9, 190, 191, 198, 202
The Lives of the English Poets539
on Milton's ‘Lycidas’2, 211, 515
on pastoral elegy521
Johnson, Sir William348
Jones, Bill T.384
Jones, Emrys504, 506
Jones, Henry183
Jones, Mary450, 454, 455–6
Jones, Robert194
Jonson, Ben137, 138, 209–10, 519
‘Elegie on My Muse’142
‘On My First Son’495, 528, 602
The Sad Shepherd142
‘To the Memory of My Beloved,…Shakespeare’500–4
Joyce, James289
Julius Caesar, Gaius53
Kamenetz, Rodger399
Kanal (1956)590
Kant, Immanuel547, 627, 628, 629, 631
Karadzic, Radovan603–4
Karski, Jan595
Kay, Dennis510, 575
Keats, John249, 252, 596
‘Ode to a Grecian Urn’425
‘To Autumn’558
Kendall, L.313
Kennedy, John F.609
Kenny, Maurice348–9
Kenyon, Jane329, 369–70, 378
Kiefer, Anselm679
King, Edward208, 514, 515, 570, 576
King, Henry284
Kipling, Rudyard320, 614
Kirshenblatt-Gimblett, Barbara631–2
Klein, Melanie227
Klepfisz, Irena475
Kristeva, Julia406–7, 474
Kubler-Ross, Elizabeth373
Kumin, Maxine335
Kunitz, Stanley417
Kyd, Thomas502, 519, 527, 535
Kyle, William Galloway308
Lacan, Jacques264
Lactantius85
Lambert, Ellen Zetzel139, 574
Lamentations, Book of72–4, 77–81, 404–5, 407
Landon, Letitia Elizabeth284, 450, 452, 453
landscape194–9, 283, 333–8, 347
Lang, Fritz586
Langham, Lady Elizabeth453–4
Languet, Hubert144
Lanzmann, Claude589, 594–5
Laqueur, Thomas639, 641, 643, 647
Larkin, Philip252, 331
Last Bolshevik (1993)596–7
Late Spring (1949)593
Latin elegy519, 547
late period85–98
modernist elegy and297, 299, 300, 302–3
and Old English elegy102, 103, 104, 105, 108
women's elegy434
Lawrence, D. H.365, 371
Lee, Colonel Robert E.228, 640
Lee, Sophia543
Lehmann, John320
Leigh, Dorothy487
Leo, Friedrich96
Leopold, Aldo337
Lerer, Seth508
Lerner, Gerda374
Letts, Winifred643
Levertov, Denise613
Lévinas, Emmanuel257, 329, 476
Levy, Amy468
Lewalski, Barbara515, 516
Lewis, C. S.373, 374
Lewis, Matthew566, 579
Lewis, Wyndham289
Lilley, Kate455
Lillo, George541–3
Lin, Maya638, 643, 650–6
Linafelt, Tod81
Lincoln, Abraham231, 233, 637
Lind, Laurie384
Lindsay, Jack316, 319
Lipking, Lawrence603
Lipstadt, Hélène468, 647
literary theory546–62
Liu, Alan196, 561
Locke, John580, 581
locodescriptive poems187–204, 238
Lodge, Thomas162
Long, Donna J.450
longing96, 97, 101, 160, 339, 443, 554–5, 622, 623, 625
Lonsdale, Roger194
Loraux, Nicole32
Lorca, Federico García315, 319–20
Lorde, Audre234–5, 473
loss164, 165, 166, 203, 553, 628–9, 650–1
anti-elegy and414–15, 417, 418, 419, 421–2, 423–5, 427
embarrassment and372–3
environmental253–6, 334–5
female elegists and444–53
funeral elegy and177
Judith Butler on610, 611, 617
of loss561
national226–7, 233, 613
Native Americans and343, 346, 350, 352
in painted elegy662, 665, 666, 671
and renewal310–11, 314, 315, 325–6, 327, 332
sexuality in drama534–6, 543–4
Louis, Adrian356–7
love285
homosexual506
maternal178–80
Shelley's ‘On Love’268
unrequited137, 138, 141, 143, 147, 148, 511
and war200
love elegy:
female455–6, 469
Goethe and166–7
Greek lament37
(p. 710)
pastoral137, 138, 141, 142–7
Rainer Maria Rilke and168
Renaissance revival of classical158–66
Thomas Hardy and167–8
Lowell, Amy469
Lowell, Robert155, 326–8, 397, 417–18, 420, 472, 476
Lowenthal, David631
Loy, Mina469–70, 613
Lukacs, Georg562
Lumière, Louis590
Lutyens, Sir Edwin603, 645–50, 649
Luxorius93
Lydgate, John130, 131–2
lyric poetry174, 189, 191, 434, 547, 557–8, 559, 560, 562, 566
McCluskey, Sally351
McCrae, John310
McGonagall, William277
Mack, Maynard149
Mack, Robert580
McKibben, Bill329
McLuhan, Marshall295
MacNeice, Louis320, 609
Madison, James225
Mainwaring, Arthur148
Makin, Bathsua453
Malcolmson, Cristina484
Mallalieu, H. B.320
Malory, Sir Thomas123–4
Manley, Delarivier444
Mann, Thomas546, 550, 560
Marey, E. J.695
Marker, Chris589, 591, 595, 596–7
Markievicz, Constance607, 608, 610
Marlowe, Christopher162, 164, 502, 526–7
marriage536–41
Marsden, Jean539
Martial52, 54, 93, 528
Martin, Ellen E.128
Martin, Terry and Doka, Kenneth443–4
martyrdom107, 218, 228–30, 235–6, 504
Marvell, Andrew210
Marx, Karl254
Marx, Leo254
Mary, Queen (Mary of Modena)458
Mason, Otis630
Mason, William187, 188, 191, 192
Massinger, Philip539
Masten, Jeffrey508
material property484–7
maternal:
elegy481–96
love178–80
vocation483–7, 489–90, 492, 495
Mather, Cotton207, 213, 214–15, 216, 218, 219, 220, 221
Matthew of Vendôme121
Maximianus90–2, 97, 98
Meade, Joseph143
Medieval elegy:
early101–13, 120, 290, 672–3
late118–32
Medvedkin, Aleksandr596–7
melancholia/melancholy128, 195, 203–4, 208, 230–1, 243, 267, 407, 474, 547
Adorno on556
and beauty451, 452
ecological elegy253–4
Freud's analysis of129, 255, 307, 308, 423, 442–3, 464, 518, 534–5, 562, 660
gender and494–5
Gothic581–2
museums and621, 623–4
Meleager of Gadara93
Mell, Donald175
Mellor, Anne K.242
melodrama542, 543, 672
memento mori motif172, 176, 177, 192, 290, 298, 303, 571, 667
memorialization534, 539–40, 542, 543, 628
memory417, 418, 419, 422–8, 585–6
Mépris, Le (1963)590
Meres, Francis138
Merrill, James338
Merwin, W. S.335–6
Messenger, Ann444
metaphors105, 154, 319, 596, 613, 669
metre163, 547, 565, 593
ancient Greek elegy and13–20, 23, 28, 29, 31, 41
collective mourning and604–5
English pastoral elegy and137–8
funeral elegy177, 178–9
iambic28, 93, 177, 178, 267, 295
Latin elegy and47, 49, 52, 62, 85–7, 89, 90, 92, 93, 94–5, 97, 98
modernist elegy and295
Native American elegy and352, 353
Old English elegy and101
qinah70, 74
spondee14, 15, 137
trochaic138, 178–9 see also hexameter; pentameter
Middleton, Thomas, The Revenger's Tragedy525
Mighty Heart, A (2007)587
Millais, John Everett673–5
Millay, Edna St. Vincent386, 469, 470, 471
Miller, Mrs Hugh316
Millier, Brett C.327, 420
(p. 711) Milton, John144, 331, 336, 498, 678, 679
‘Lycidas’2, 139, 140, 143, 190, 207, 208–9, 210–11, 217, 280–1, 309, 325, 328, 452, 495, 514–16, 519, 567, 570, 576, 596, 603
Paradise Lost196, 202, 208
on pastoral elegy520
Milton, Sara Jeffrey515
Mimnermus of Smyrna40–2, 154
Mitchell, Jonathan219
Mitchell, W. J. T.196
Mizoguchi Kenji591, 593–4
mock elegies356–7
mock funerals225
mock laments69, 70, 74
modern literary theory546–62
modernist elegy307, 386, 397, 614
female468–73
Great War and289–304
photographic683–4
pictoral675–80
Momaday, N. Scott353–4
Monette, Paul374, 386–90
monody26–31, 33, 34, 35–6, 38, 238, 239, 240, 247–50
Montagu, Lady Mary Wortley457
monumental elegy40, 120, 239–42
monuments415, 418–19
tombstones176, 466, 658–9, 663–4, 667–8
war memorials306, 312, 317, 637–56, 662
Moody, Elizabeth458–9
Moore, Marianne420
Moore, Michael587
More, Henry493
More, Thomas147
Moretti, Franco614
Morin, Edgard589
mortality120, 123, 125, 126, 171, 173–4, 188, 481–2, 526, 527
Morton, Timothy336
Moschus249, 442, 566
Moscow Elegy (1987)595, 598
Motherwell, Robert677–9, 680
Moulton, Ian Frederick536
mourning173, 211, 330
artistic representations of669–73
confusion372–3
ethics417, 423, 428
in film588–91, 595–9
Freudian theory of129, 255, 307, 308, 423, 442–3, 464, 518, 534–5, 562, 660
modernity and546–62
museums and621–33
new ethics of310
‘politics’ of632–3
Reformation debates on207
refusal to421–3
social dimension of607
temporality of414–15, 417, 418, 419, 421–2, 423–5, 427
wandering and477
mourning rituals70–1, 77, 171
in English drama520–2
photography and690
Puritans and212, 213–14
for Queen Victoria284
Victorian272–5, 467, 602 see also spiritualism
Mulder, Jean344
Müller, Filip594
Mumford, Lewis638, 639
Mumler, William692–3
Munch, Edvard679
Murphy, Arthur202, 543
museum elegies620–34
music598, 599, 668–9 see also songs
Muske-Dukes, Carol375, 379, 474
Muybridge, Eadweard688
mythology47, 72, 87, 136, 139, 142, 145–6, 344, 470–1, 492–3
Nägele, Rainer562
Nancy, Jean-Luc333
Napoleonic wars458–9, 661, 671
nationalism602, 603–12, 615–17
Native American elegy343–9, 352–60, 467–8
natural law502
nature278, 281, 414
ecological elegy251–69, 324–41
‘Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard’187, 189, 194–6, 198, 202, 203
entropy330, 333
landscape194–9, 283, 333–8, 347
Native American elegy344–7, 354–5
rhythms of596
Neihardt, John J.351–2
Neill, Michael519, 523, 525
Neo-Stylists417–21
neoplatonism142–3
Nettlefold, W. J.305–6, 308, 321
Nettleton, George, Case, Arthur, and Stone, George W.542
New Historicism561
Newcome, Henry486
Newman, John Henry282
Newton, Richard503
Newton, Sir William687
Niatum, Duane357
Nietzsche, Friedrich Wilhelm268, 365, 415–16, 550, 551, 560, 610
Night and Fog (1955)594–5
Noble, Marianne466
(p. 712) Norbrook, David501
Norton, John215
Norton Anthology of English Literature, The505, 508
nostalgia183, 208, 286, 297, 330–1, 592–3
museums and622, 623, 624, 633
pastoral elegy and194, 196, 198, 200, 203
restorative309–10, 320–1
Nostalgia (1983)598
Novalis547
Noyes, Nicholas216
Oakes, Urian213, 214, 215, 216, 220, 221
Oberwald Mystery, The (1980)591
O‘Hara, Frank204, 341
Okigbo, Christopher602, 612
Old English elegy101–13
Olds, Sharon375, 376–7
Oliver, Mary329, 330
O‘Neill, Sister Angelica108
Opie, Amelia449, 450, 458, 459
Optatianus Porfyrius87
oracular poetry17, 18–20
Orientius, Commonitorium89–90, 92, 95, 98
Orpheus121, 128–9, 425–7, 470–1, 515, 589
Orr, David375
Ortiz, Simon346, 356, 358, 360
Orwell, George305, 307, 313–14, 318–19
Osaka Elegy (1936)593
Ostriker, Alicia473, 474–5
Others, The (2001)581, 582
Ovid48, 51, 53, 62–4, 89, 121, 157, 336, 337, 426, 470
Amores46, 49, 50, 52, 60, 62–4, 92, 154, 155–6, 158, 162, 163, 164, 547
Ars Amatoria49, 54, 90
Fasti47, 97
Heroides49, 96, 97, 98
John Donne and163
Metamorphoses118–19, 157, 508
Owen, Wilfred306, 307, 312, 313, 315, 316, 372, 383, 602, 675
‘A Terre’311
‘Anthem’386, 387
‘Dulce et Decorum Est’370
‘Imperial elegy’310–11
‘Strange Meeting’610, 612
Oxford Elegists, The282
Ozu Yasujiro593
Palach, Jan600
Palladius85
panegyrics87, 97, 177, 179, 180, 214, 471
Panofsky, Erwin664, 665–6
Parker, Robert Dale352, 353
Parnell, Thomas572
parody155, 301, 468
Parsons, Geoffrey319–20
Pascal, Blaise560
Pascin, Jules469
Pastan, Linda473
pastoral elegy193, 213, 242, 249, 251, 283, 285–6, 519
‘Astrophel’ (Spenser)141, 145, 208, 498, 509–14
brink of Second World War320–1
in drama520–4, 526, 528, 529
English135–50, 171, 183
flower-catalogues520–3
funeral elegy and208, 209–10
Gothic fiction and566, 570, 573–4, 575, 576
modern324–41
mourning rituals in529
Spanish Civil War poetry313–14, 315, 316
women's433, 437, 442–3, 446
World War I poetry and309–10, 312 see also Gray, Thomas
pastoral painting663–9
Pater, Walter297, 300, 303, 668, 679
pathetic fallacy135, 193, 325, 327, 616
patriarchy483, 486–8, 490–1, 494–6, 587
patriotism193, 207, 208, 241, 308
Patterson, Annabel498
Paulinus of Nola86
Pavy, Salomon528
Paz, Octavio372
Pearl, Daniel587
Pearl (Middle English elegy)120–3, 126, 127, 128
Pearse, Edward216, 220
Peirce, C. S.682
Pekinpah, Sam586
Pembroke, Mary Sidney Herbert, Countess of434–5, 510, 514, 519
pentameter238, 565
Greek elegiac13, 14, 15–20, 29, 41
iambic267
Latin elegiac52, 62, 82, 86, 87, 90, 94–5
Marlowe's translation of the Amores164
pastoral elegiac137
Perkins, William220
Persephone87, 201, 281, 339–40
Peter-Witkin, Joel698
Petersburg Elegy (1989)598
Petrarch120, 122, 161, 242, 505, 507, 511
landscape and195
Rerum Vulgarum Fragmenta156–8
and Rilke168
Petrone, Beth613
Phelan, Peggy535
Philitas of Cos47
Phillips, Katherine437–8, 447–9, 454, 455, 458
Phillipy, Patricia483
photography273, 679–98
Picasso, Pablo, Guernica677
Pigman, G. W.211, 508, 535
(p. 713) Pinch, Adela451
Pindar386
Pius II, Pope158
Pix, Mary536, 542
Plath, Sylvia397, 420, 470, 472, 612, 615
Plato234
‘Phaedrus’142–3
Republic32
Symposium142–3, 153
Pocock, J. G. A.549
Poe, Edgar Allen407, 468
Polanski, Roman591
political elegy436–7, 456–9, 472
Pollock, Linda482
Pope, Alexander190, 451
popular Victorian fiction466, 673
Posonby, Sarah455
post-mortem photography697, 698
postmodernism473–7, 592
Pound, Ezra299–304, 468, 469, 471
‘Affirmations VI’302
Homage to Sextus Propertius299, 302–3
Hugh Selwyn Mauberley299, 302, 303, 614–15
‘M. Antonius Flamininus and John Keats’300
‘Pisan Cantos’289–92
‘Raphaelite Latin’300
Poussin, Nicolas196, 199, 578
Et in Arcadia Ego198, 340, 663–4, 665, 668
Landscape with a Man Killed by a Snake666, 667
The Shepherds of Arcady198
Prend, Ashley Davis443
Propertius, Sextus46, 51, 52, 53, 57–60, 63, 90, 157, 158, 167, 547
Gray's debt to199, 200–1
Homage to Sextus Propertius (Pound)299, 302–3
and John Donne163
love for Cynthia48, 49, 50, 54, 154–5, 200–1
self-reflexive irony64
property ownership483–7, 491–2, 493–4, 495
Proserpine87, 201, 281, 339–40, 522
prosody138, 206, 294, 295, 344 see also metre, 547–8
prosopopeia176, 189, 578, 614, 667
prospect poems187–204, 238
Prosper of Aquitaine86, 87, 89, 90, 98
Protestantism567, 570, 572, 578
‘art of dying well’ treatises172–3, 216–18
devotional treatises174, 181
individual salvation548, 566
maternal vocation483–7, 489–90, 492, 495
Proust, Marcel550–1, 624–5
psalms74–5, 79, 80, 137, 403–4, 411, 491, 519
psychoanalysis201, 211, 534, 625 see also Freud, Sigmund
Publius225–6
Punter, David582
Purgatory174, 214
Puritan elegy206–21, 602
Puttenham, George136, 504–5
Quarles, Francis176
Quatremère de Quincy, Antoine-Chrysostome621–2
Quintilian47
Radcliffe, Ann566, 577, 578, 579, 580, 581–2
Rae, Patricia331
Rajan, Tilottama261
Ramazani, Jahan329
anti-elegy356, 397–8, 409, 415, 416, 638, 643, 654, 655, 676, 683–4
family elegy224, 357, 472
on melancholy408, 626
on psychoanalysis211
on Yeats366
Rambuss, Richard499
Ran (1985)594
Rassool, Ciraj633
Ray, William631
Raz, Hilda473
Read, Herbert311, 321, 639
Reichard, Gladys348
Remembrance Day305–6, 308, 321
Renaissance elegy158–66
Renoir, Jean587
republicanism226, 227–8, 233, 607
Repulsion (1965)591
Resignation (Exeter Book)106–7
Resnais, Alain594
Revard, Carter357–8
Reznikoff, Charles, ‘Kaddish’398, 399–402, 410, 411
rhetoric68, 69, 70, 78, 80, 103, 124, 130, 131, 173, 254, 255, 313, 321
rhyme103, 107, 113, 232, 279
Rich, Adrienne398, 407, 409–12, 471, 473, 475–6
Richter, Gerhart679
Riddles (Exeter Book)105, 107, 108
Rilke, Rainer Maria:
Duineser Elegien168
The Notebooks of Malte Laurids Brigge594
‘Orpheus. Eurydice. Hermes’589
Sonnets to Orpheus260
Riming Poem, The (Exeter Book)105
Ringler, William138, 144
Robert, Hubert620, 621, 624, 634
Roberts, Michael305, 307
Robinson, E. A.231–2
Robinson, Mary450, 452, 458
Rochester, John Wilmot, Earl of440, 450
Roethke, Theodore329, 417
Rogers, Rev. John210
Roiphe, Anne374
(p. 714) Roman elegysee Latin elegy
Romanticism272, 333, 421, 548, 554, 560, 561, 562, 623
art669–73
De Man on557, 558
drama543
ecological elegy and256–69
elegiac hybridity of239–50
female elegists and451–3, 458–9
lost time and550
Rose, Wendy349, 358, 360
Rosenberg, Isaac311, 675
Rosenberg, John282, 285
Rosenmeyer, Thomas444
Rosenthal, M. L.366
Rossetti, Christina277, 284, 468
‘The Convent Threshold’674–5
‘L.E.L.’284, 285
‘May and Death’278–9
Rossetti, Dante Gabriel279, 465
‘For a Venetian Pastoral’665, 668
Roth, Philip374
Rouch, Jean589
Rousseau, Jean-Jacques554, 558
Rowe, Elizabeth Singer448–9, 454
Rowe, Karen215
Rowe, Nicholas539–40, 542
Ruin, The (Exeter Book)107, 108
Rukeyser, Muriel469, 471, 472
Russell, Elizabeth Cooke435–6
Russell, Margaret487
Russian Formalism558
Rutilius Namatianus Gallic87–9, 92, 97, 98
Sacco, Nicola226, 233
Sacks, Peter211, 660
on anti-elegy397, 415
on fertility rites201–2, 442
on figure of replacement329
on Hardy286
on pastoral elegy330
on psychoanalysis534, 625
on time626
on Trauerspeil thesis518–19
sacrifice310, 311, 313, 321, 458–9, 549
Saint-Gaudens, Augustus661, 679
Samuel, Book of68, 69, 71, 209
Samuels, Shirley466
Santayana, George616–17
Santesso, Aaron194, 203, 204
Sappho34, 35, 36, 154, 281
Sassoon, Siegfried306, 307, 313, 315, 675
‘Night Attack’311
‘On Passing the New Menin Gate’312
‘Tombstone Maker’311
satire137, 273–4, 533, 538
Saul, King68–9, 70, 209, 214
Scaliger, Joseph158
Scaliger, Julius Caesar158
Schadenfreude68, 73–4
Scheick, William210
Schenck, Celeste415, 442, 471
Schiesari, Juliana408, 475, 494–5
Schiller, Friedrich254, 547, 548, 554–7, 559, 560
Schlegel, Friedrich553, 558
Schmitt-v. Mühlenfels, Astrid217
Schoolcraft, Jane Johnston352–3
Schor, Esther454, 535, 623
Schwenger, Peter204, 628–9
Scigaj, Leonard329
Scott, Walter239
Scottish elegy124, 125, 129
Scully, Vincent650, 651
Seafarer, The (Exeter Book)103, 105, 290
Second World War (1939–45)289, 290, 417–18, 642
Secundus, Janus158–60, 161–2
Sedgwick, Eve Kosofsky499, 501, 502
self-elegy309, 315, 338
sentimentality465–8, 469, 475, 535, 538–40, 543, 554–6, 675
Serrano, Andres698
Sessions, W. A.506
Seward, Anna239–42, 250, 455
Sexton, Anne416, 417, 420–3, 473
sexuality503, 508–9, 533–44
Seymour, Jane, Margaret, and Anne434
Shakespeare, William197, 202, 327
Antony and Cleopatra523
As You Like It146–7, 148, 150
Ben Johnson's elegy to500–4
Cymbeline146, 520–2, 524, 526
‘elegy’ in148–50
enclosure and148
Hamlet495, 518, 522, 524–5, 531, 535, 578–9
1 Henry IV149, 524, 528–31
2 Henry IV149, 530
Henry V149
Julius Caesar501, 519
King Lear149, 531, 587
Love's Labours Lost327
Macbeth451, 572
Measure for Measure202, 524
Midsummer Night's Dream, A146
pastoral influence146–7
Richard II148–9, 523–4
sonnets505
Titus Andronicus535
Troilus and Cressida529
Two Gentlemen of Verona, The148
Winter's Tale, The146, 520, 522
Shapiro, Alan374, 375, 378–9
Shapiro, Karl417
Shaw, W. David211, 347, 350, 573, 626
(p. 715) she-tragedies538–40
Shelley, Mary258, 261, 268
Frankenstein566, 567, 579–80, 582
Shelley, Percy Bysshe543
Adonais249, 250, 280–1, 308, 309, 311, 596, 616
Alastor256–69
Defence of Poetry558
‘Ozymandias’252, 258, 418
Queen Mab252
Shelton, Mary508
Shenstone, William193, 578
Sheridan, Thomas238
Sherlock, William170, 172, 173
Sherman, Daniel J.622
Shoah (1985)589, 594
Shreiber, Maeera476
Sibbes, Richard214
Sicilian myth136, 139, 145–6
Sidney, Marysee Pembroke, Countess of
Sidney, Sir Philip137–8, 139, 140, 249, 439, 519
An Apologie for Poetrie136–7
Astophil and Stella162
‘Astrophel's love is dead’141
on the Earl of Surrey504
elegy by sister of434–5
funerary verses for175, 207
Old Arcadia137, 141
A Poetical Rhapsody144
and Spenser498, 509–14
‘Ye goteherd gods’148
Sidonius Apollinaris87, 93, 94, 95, 96
Sigourney, Lydia227, 465, 467
Silko, Leslie Marmon346–7
Silverthorne, James278
Silverthorne, Jeffrey697, 698
Simmel, Georg560
Simonides39
Singorelli, Luca424–5
Sir Orfeo (Breton lay)128, 129–30
siste viator176, 660, 667–8
Siwiec, Ryszard599, 600
slavery226, 227, 228, 230–1
Smith, Charlotte450, 458
Elegiac Sonnets242–4, 451–2
‘The Emigrants’459
Smith, Percy675–6
Sneyd, Honora455
Snodgrass, W. D.417, 420
Snyder, Gary335, 339, 341
Sokurov, Aleksandr591, 595, 597–8
Solon of Athens40
Somer Soneday126
songs36, 136, 139
ancient Hebrew68, 73, 76
commemoration137
Greek13–14, 16, 20–34, 36–9, 41
monodic26–31, 33, 34, 35–6, 38
national anthems604, 607, 609
Native American344–5
sonnets147, 242–4, 492–3, 495, 503, 504, 505, 508
Soowthern, John491, 494
Sophocles502
Southey, Robert247
Soviet Elegy (1989)597–8
Spanish Civil War (1936–39)307, 310, 312–19, 677–9
Spargo, R. Clifton329–30, 626, 632
Spender, Stephen307, 315, 320
Spenser, Edmund137, 196, 249, 502
‘Astrophel. A Pastoral Elegy Upon the Death of Sir Philip Sidney’141, 145, 208, 498, 509–14, 515, 570, 575–6
‘Colin Clout's Come Home Again’140, 513
‘Daphnaida’140
Faerie Queene138–9, 146, 498
‘The Lay of Clorinda’145, 510, 513, 514
The Ruines of Time510
The Shepherd's Calender144–5, 208, 519, 575–6
Spiegelman, Willard425
spiritualism273, 373, 692–8
Srebnik, Szymon594
Statius52, 53, 54, 56, 60, 96
Stauder, Ellen668–9
Steele, Richard540–1
Steingraber, Sandra473
Stella, Lucius Arruntius51–4, 56, 59, 60
Stephen, Leslie191
Stern, Gerald405
Sterne, Laurence268
Stevens, Wallace375, 615–17
Stewart, Bernard, Lord of Aubigny120
Stewart, Susan201, 623
Stone, Lawrence481–2
Stone, Ruth417
Stowe, Harriet Beecher466, 467
Strozzi, Ercole160
structuralism558
Stuart, Elizabeth437–8
subjectivity48, 50–1, 189, 253, 623, 627, 628, 652, 654
sublimity172, 173, 181, 183, 258, 272, 474, 581–2
subtextual elegiac drama534–44
suicide230–2, 247–8, 409, 410, 468, 507–8, 595, 599, 600, 656, 673
Sulpicia46
Sultan, Nancy21
Summer Interlude (1950)596
Surrey, Henry Howard, Earl of498, 504–9
Suzhou River (2000)592
Sweet, Dr Leonore696–8
Swinburne, Algernon Charles281–2, 283, 285, 297, 612
(p. 716) Sylvester, Richard508
Symmes, Zecharia217
Symons, Arthur303–4
Szyma | ski, Pawe ≈599
Tacitus199–200
Tarkovsky, Andrei598–9
Taylor, Charles548
Taylor, Edward206, 207, 215, 216, 217
Taylor, Jeremy172, 220, 221
Tennyson, Alfred, Lord368
‘The Coach of Death’279
‘Crossing the Bar’279
Idylls of the King279, 282
‘In the Garden at Swainston’279
‘Little bosom not yet cold’279
‘Maud’252
In Memoriam1, 181, 272, 274–6, 280–1, 282, 285, 286–7, 339, 602, 608
‘Morte d'Arthur’282
‘Ode on the Death of the Duke of Wellington’279, 605, 608, 609
‘To E. Fitzgerald’279
‘To H.R.H. Princess Beatrice’276
‘To J.S.’279
‘To the Marquis of Dufferin and Ava’279–80
‘To the Rev. W. H. Brookfield’279
Theocritus143, 193, 249, 284, 442, 511, 515, 519, 566
Idylls135, 137, 139, 146, 574–5
Theognis of Megara18, 20, 40, 47
therapeutic memorials638, 643, 650–6
Thiepval Memorial, France645, 648–51, 652, 654, 655
Thimelby, Gertrude450, 482
Thomas, Dylan416
Thomas, Elizabeth444
Thomson, James195–6, 669
Thomson, Jeffrey329
Thomson, Patricia504
Thoré, Théophile624
Thornton, Alice450
Tibullus46, 49, 50, 60–2, 90, 155, 157, 158, 160, 547
Tighe, Mary284
Tillyard, Eustace149
time586, 589–90, 592, 594, 598, 626
film586, 589–90, 592, 594, 598
freeze-frame591, 597, 599
freezing time in art666, 667
modernity and548–62
music as a metaphor668–9
Walter Benjamin on549–50
Times, The275, 276, 308
Titian, Concert Champêtre664–5, 668, 674
Tobert, Hubert621
Tolkien, J. R. R.108
Toller, Ernst609
Tollet, Elizabeth444
Tolstoi, Leo365
Tomalin, Miles316
tombstones176, 466, 658–60, 663–4, 667–8 see also inscriptions
Tompkins, Jane465–7
Tompson, Benjamin216, 217, 219
Tompson, William217
Torgovnick, Marianna630
Tottel, Richard504
transnationalism601–3, 606, 608–17, 632–3
Trauerspiel518, 519, 535
Travis, Jeffrey592
Tromly, Frederic507
Trotter, Catharine537–8
Turbevile, George140
Turner, J. M. W., The Fighting Temeraire671–2
Twain, Mark276, 465
2046 (2004)592–3
Tyrtaeus of Sparta18–20, 40
ubi sunt trope103, 105, 110, 123, 126, 129, 251–2, 297, 673
Ugarit71
Ugetsu monogatari (1953)593
United States:
constitutional elegy224–37
globalised power472
Jewish elegy397–411
‘My Country ‘tis of Thee’609
Native American elegy343–60
psychoanalysis in 1950s423
Puritan elegy206–21, 602
September 11th terrorism613
war memorials637–8, 640, 641–5, 650–6
Unknown Soldier monuments640–56, 662
unrequited love137, 138, 141, 143, 147, 148, 511
Untermeyer, Louis417
Valéry, Paul624–5
vanitas motif172, 180, 181, 191, 521–5, 529
Vanzetti, Bartolomeo233
Vaughn, Henry176
Venantius Fortunatus87
Vertigo (1958)589, 592
Vickers, Nancy507
Vickery, John B.329, 626
Victoria, Queen274, 275–6, 284
Victorian:
art673–5
culture of death272–6, 602, 673–5
elegy272–87, 465–8
Viereck, Peter417
(p. 717) Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Washington638, 643, 650–6, 662
Virgil97, 143, 147, 187–8, 192–3, 198, 200, 208, 294, 511, 515, 519, 566
Aeneid52, 97, 192, 198, 200, 507–8, 628
Bucolics135, 139, 146
Eclogues576
Georgics III336, 337
‘Lacrimae rerum’198, 628
visual arts658–80
Vizenor, Gerald343, 347, 354–5
Volkan, Vamik604
Waggoner, Hyatt207
Wagoner, David334
Wajda, Andrzej590, 595–6
Wakoski, Diane227
Walcott, Derek602, 612
Walker, Cheryl466
Wallach, Duncan and Alan625
Waller, Edmund440
Wallerstein, Ruth209, 211
Wallis, Henry673
Walpole, Horace188, 194, 198
The Castle of Otranto565, 566, 567, 570, 571–3, 574, 577, 578–9, 581
The Mysterious Mother565, 566, 577, 579
Strawberry Hill and567–8, 570, 571, 572
The Wanderer (Exeter Book)103, 105, 109, 110, 673
war elegy472
Great War306–12, 315, 370–1, 615–16
photographs685, 690–2
pictoral675–80
Spanish Civil War307, 310, 312–19, 677–9 see also American Civil War
war memorials306, 312, 317, 637–56, 662
Warton, Thomas452, 572
Washington, George226–7, 241
Waterloo, battle of (1815)641
Watson, Thomas137, 138, 146
Watts, Ann Chalmers121
Watts, George Fredric673
Weaver, Jace343
Webbe, William136
Weber, Max548, 551
Weever, John207
Weisman, Karen468
West, Richard197, 199, 200, 242
Wexler, Laura465, 466, 469
Wharton, Anne450
Wheatley, Phyllis228, 454
Whetsone, George208
Whitman, Walt233, 351, 408
Wieseltier, Leon, Kaddish398–9, 402, 411
Wife's Lament, The (Exeter Book)102, 104, 106, 107–8
Wilbur, Richard417
Wilde, Oscar146, 292, 509
Willard, Samuel212, 214
William of Malmesbury103
Williams, Bernard329
Williams, Helen Maria450, 452
Williams, Jonathan470
Williams, Raymond291, 330
Williams, William Carlos336, 337, 371, 372, 378, 602
Wilson, John217, 220
Winchelsea, Anne Finch, Countess of457–8
Winckelmann, Johann J.553–4, 556, 621
Winterbottom, Michael587
Wintringham, Tom314, 315, 317–18, 319
Wirth-Nesher, Hana410
Wolf, F. A.553
Wolfe, Charles605
women's elegy46–7, 442–4, 463–5
complaint451
early modern433–40
elegy as conduct book453–5
elegy as grief-work444–53
love elegy455–6
modern468–73
nineteenth century465–8
political elegy436–7, 456–9, 472
postmodern473–7
Woodbridge, Benjamin219
Wordsworth, John669–70
Wordsworth, Jonathan245
Wordsworth, William244–7, 249, 275, 282, 334
‘Elegiac Stanzas’669–71
The Excursion258, 262
‘Extempore Effusion upon the Death of James Hogg’285
‘Immortality Ode’554, 558
Lyrical Ballads558
Preface to Lyrical Ballads196–7, 556
The Prelude259
Shelley's critique of262–9
‘Spots of Time’550
‘There was a boy’257
Wright, Charles334
Wright, James614
Wright, Mehetabel178–80, 457
Wulf and Eadwacer (Exeter Book)106
Wyatt, Sir Thomas498, 504–9
Wyndham, George294
Xenophanes of Colophon40
Yang, William384
Yeats, W. B.289, 300, 319, 320, 324, 472, 612
‘Easter, 1916’606–8, 609
‘In Memory of Eva Gore-Booth and Con Markievicz’608, 610
(p. 718)
‘In Memory of Major Robert Gregory’608
‘In Memory of W.B.Yeats’ (Auden)202, 319, 320, 413, 414–15, 417, 609–11
‘Lapis Lazuli’367
Okigbo's elegy to602
‘Parnell's Funeral’605–6
‘Under Ben Bulben’610
‘Upon a Dying Lady’365–9, 372, 377
Yonge, Nicholas141
Young, Edward, Night Thoughts170, 172, 180–3, 187, 191, 192
Zeiger, Melissa F.284, 416, 425–6, 471, 473, 535
Ziolkowski, Theodore547
Zitner, S. P.506