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In spite, however, of Mr. Swinburne's reiterated
praise of that " imperial soul," and of the respectful
study which has been given to the poet in England
for the last forty years, Victor Hugo has asserted little
or no influence on English poetry. Much lesser talents
than his, however, have offered in the later years of
the century a colour to a certain school of our poets,
and it is in Theophile Gautier and Theodore de Banville
that our English Parnassians found something of the
same aesthetic stimulus that their predecessors of the
fourteenth century found in Guillaume de Machault
and Eustache Deschamps.

But our hour is over, and this brief and imperfect
discourse must come to an end. We have very lightly
touched on the events of six hundred years. Are we
to speculate, imperfect prophets that we are, on the
future relations of the two great countries of the west,
which, far beyond all others, have always been in the
vanguard of liberty and light ? That is a feat of daring
beyond my limited imagination. But I cannot help
nourishing a confident belief that in the future, as well
as in the past, the magnificent literatures of France
and of England will interact upon one another, that each
will, at the right psychological moments, flash colour
and radiance which will find reflection on the polished
surface of the other. To facilitate this, in ever so small

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and so humble a degree, must be the desire of every
lover of England and of France. And in order to adopt
from each what shall be serviceable to the other, what
is most needful must be a condition of mutual intelli-
gence. That entente cordialc which we value so deeply,
and which some of us have so long laboured to pro-
rnote, — it must not be confined to the merchants and
to the politicians. The poets also must insist upon
their share of it.



APPENDIX



APPENDIX

M. MALLARME AND SYMBOLISM

It was with not a little hesitation that I undertook to
unravel a corner of the mystic web, woven of sunbeams
and electrical threads, in which the poet of L'Aprh-
Midi d'tm Faune conceals himself from curious appre-
hension. There were a dozen chances of my inter-
pretation being wrong, and scarcely one of its being
right. My delight therefore may be conceived when I
received a most gracious letter from the mage himself ;
Apollonius was not more surprised when, by a fortunate
chance, one of his prophecies came true. I quote from
this charming paper of credentials, which proceeds to
add some precious details : —

"Paris. Mardi lo Janvier 1893.

"... Votre etude est un miracle de divination . . .
Les poetes seuls ont le droit de parler; parce qu'avant
coup, ils savent. II y a, entre toutes, une phrase, ou
vous ecartez tous voiles et designez la chose avec une
clairvoyance de diamant, le voici : ' His aim ... is
to use words in such harmonious combination as will
suggest to the reader a mood or a condition which is
not mentioned in the text, but is nevertheless paramount
in the poet's mind at the moment of composition.'

" Tout est la. Je fais de la Musique, et appelle ainsi
non celle qu'on peut tirer du rapprochment euphonique

373



374 Appendix

des mots, cette premiere condition va de soi; mais
I'au dela magiquement produit par certaines dispositions
de la parole, ou celle-ci ne reste qu'a I'etat de moyen
de communication materielle avec le lecteur comme
les touches du piano. Vraiment entre les lignes et
au-dessus du regard cela se passe, en toute purete, sans
I'entremise de cordes a boyaux et de pistons comme a
I'orchestre, qui est deja industriel; mais c'est la meme
chose que I'orchestre, sauf que litterairement ou silen-
cieusement. Les poetes de tons les temps n'ont jamais
fait autrement et il est aujourd'hui, voila tout, amusant
d'en avoir conscience. Employez Musique dans le sens
grec, au fond signifiant Idee du rythme entre les rapports ;
la, plus divine que dans son expression publique ou
Symphonique. Tres mal dit, en causant, mais vous
saisissez ou plutot aviez saisi tout au long de cette
belle etude qu'il faut garder telle et intacte. Je ne
vous chicane que sur I'obscurite; non, cher poete,
excepte par maladresse ou gaucherie je ne suis pas
obscur, du moment qu'on me lit pour y chercher ce
que j'enonce plus haut, ou la manifestation d'un art
qui se sert — mettons incidemment, j'en sais la cause
profonde — du langage : et le deviens, bien sur ! si Ton
se trompe et croit ouvrir le journal. Riez, et je vous
serre la main, sur ma clarte. — Votre.

St£phane Mallarm£."



INDEX



Abbi Mouret, L' , Zola, 130
Abbe Roitelet, L' , Fabre, F.,

157, 166
Abbi Tigrane, L' , Fabre, 151,

157-162. 165
Ablancourt, Mimoires of, 74
Adilaide dii Guesclin, Vol-
taire's, 44, 55
Adolescence, Clementine, L' ,

Marot, 352
Aisse, Mademoiselle, 35-62
Alcaforada, Mariana, 68. See

Mariana.
Alexis, Paul, 129, 130, 138
Ama~%die, d'Aurevilly's, 91, 92
Amant Indiscret, Quinault's,

361
A miti&s Francoises, Les,

Maurice Barr^s', 288-290
Amour Impossible, L' , d'Aure-

villy, 91, 92
Amour Marin, L' , M. Paul

Fort, 337
Amoureuses, Les, Daudet, no,

120
Ancien Regime, L' , Taine, 256
Andromaque, Racine's, 361
Anneau d'Amithyste, L' , 264
Annunzio, G. D', 193, 241
Aphrodite, Pierre Louys, 265
Apres-Midi d'un Faune, L',

Mallarme, 314-316, 373
Arithuse, M. de Regnicr, 301
Argental, Comte d', 38, 49, 50,

5<J. 57
Arnold, Matthew, 4, 28, 194,

264, 287, 307

Art Poetique, Doileau, 364

Asse, M. Eugene, 47, 82



A tola, Chateaubriand's, 366
AtMes, A tin Diner d' , Aure-

villy's, 93, 100, lui
Au Maroc, P. Loti, 220
Aumont, ])uc d', 54
Aurevilly, Jules Barbey d',

89-102
Avec Trois Mille Cent Francs,

Daudet's, 109
Aventures da Grand Sidoine,

Zola's, 132
d'Aydie, Chevalier Blaise

Marie, 43-46, 53-54- 57- 5^.

60-62
Aziyadi, Pierre Loti, 202, 216

Baif, 354

Bal, Vigny's, Le, 7

Ballades Fran^aises, Paul Fort,

335
Balthasar. A. France, 188
Balzac, Honore de, 122, 24 1
Balzac (Jean Louis Guez), 66, 67
Banville, Theodore de, 369
Barantc, ^L de, 47
Barbin, Paris Publisher, 67
Barnabd, Fabres, 157
Barres. M. Maurice, 254, 265.

287-295
Batilliat, M. Marcel, 306
Baudelaire, C, 113, 317. 329.

334. 338
Bazin, M. Rene, 261-283
Beauvois, M., 71, 72, S2-84
Bedarieux (Birthplace of

Fabre), 152, 153, 156, 168,

174
Beerbohm, Mr. Max, 96

Behn, Mrs. Aphra, 362
375



Z7^



Index



Beja, Canoness of, 67, 68, 73,

83.85
Bennett, James Gordon, 248

Benserade, 358
Bercail, Fabre, F., Le, 157
Bernard, Claude, 147
Bernhardt, Madame Sarah,

251
Berry, Mme. la Duchesse de,

44
Boccaccio, 350, 352

Boileau, 80, 358, 362, 363, 364,

366, 368
Boissier, Gaston, 66
Boissonade, 68
Bohngbroke, Lady, 41, 45

, Lord, 40, 43, 46, 55

Bonheur dans le Crime, Le,

d'Aurevilly's, 94, loi,
Bon Plaisir, Le, H. de Rcgnier's,

308
Boufflers, Stanislaus, Chevalier

de, 128
Bouillon, Duchesse de, 56
Boiile de Siiif, Guy de Mau-
passant's, 138
Bourges, M. l^lfemir, 267
Bourget, M. Paul, 91, 109, 235-

258, 294
Bournonville, Mme. la Prin-

cesse de, 49
Boursault, Pere, 62
Bouton, Noel, Count of St.

Leger-sur-Dheune, 69. See

Chamill}'.
Brummell, Du Dandyisme et de

Georges, d'Aurevilly, 91, 96
Brunetiere, 263
Buffon, 97, 366
Bunbury, Miss Lydia, later

Comtesse de Vigny, 13
Byron, Lord, 7, 11, 13, 14, 29,

94, 96, 326, 367

Calandrini, Madame, 46-49,

53. 55. 58, 62
Calderon de la Barca, Pedro,

361
CalprenMe, Gautier la, 359



Canterbury Tales, Chaucer, 351
Cantilenes, Les, Moreas, 182
Capitaine Bztrle, Le, Zola's,

142
Carnet de Danse, Le, Zola's,

128
Ceard, M. Henri, 138
Celle qui m'aime, Zola's, 131,

132
Chamilly, Marquis of, 68-71,

80-83
Chanson de Roland, 8, 347
Charcot, the physician, 106
Charist d'Or, Le, A. Samain,

331
Chateaubriand, F. de, 6, 90-92,

366
Chats, Les Paradis des, Zola's,

135
Chatterton, Thomas, 19-23
Chatterton, Vigny's, 20, 21
Chaucer, Geoffrey, 344, 348-

352, 358
Chenier, Andre, 4, 6, 19, 307,

365
Chesterfield, Lord, 210

Chevrier, Le, Fabre, 157, 171-

174
Christianisme, Genie du, Cha-
teaubriand, 6
Cid, Corneille's, 360
Cinq-Mars, Vigny's, 13
Citiquante Balades, John

Gower's, 351
Cite des Eaux, La, M. H. de

Regnier's. 303, 305
Claretie, Jules, 113, 151
Clilie, Mdlle. de Scudery's,

66
Coignard, Jerome, Anatole

France, 190
Coleridge, S. T., 8, 343, 366
Collingwood, Lord, 25
Complications Sentimentales,

Bourget's, 244-246
Confession d'un Enfant du

Siecle, de Musset's, 283
Contes d Ninon, Zola's, 128,

132



Ind



ex



VI



Contes Choisis, Daudet's, no,

122

Contes du Lundi, Daudet's, no
Cooper's Hill, Sir John Dcn-

ham's, 357
Coppee, Francjois, 330
Cor, Vigny's Le, 8
Corneille, Pierre, 359, 363

, Thomas, 361

Cotton, Charles, 358
Courbezon, Les, Fabre's, 156
Cowley, Abraham, 355-357
Crabbe, George, 326, 366
Crebillon, Claude, 128
Crime d' Amour, Bourget's, Un,

235
Criticism, Pope's Essay on,

364
Croquis de France, Bazin's,

282
Croquis d' Orient, Bazin's, 282
Crowne, John, 361
Culte du Moi, M. Barres, 293

Dame Romaine, Vigny's La, 7
Dandy d'avant les Dandys,

d'Aurevilly's Un, 96
Dandyisme et de Georges Brum-

mell, d'Aurevilly's Du, <ji,

96
Daniel, Samuel, 354
Dante, 4, 129, 352
Daudet, Alphonse, 105-123
— ■ — , Ernest, Mon Frere et

Moi, 108
Davenant, Sir William, 355,

356
Debacles, Les, Verhaeren's, 325
Deffand, Madame du, 43, 44,

56, 61
Delavigne, Casimir, 16, 90
Delia. Daniel's, 354 ; Maurice

Sceve's, 354
Delille, Abbe, 365, 366
Deluge, Vigny's Le, 9-1 1
Denham, Sir John, 355, 357,

360
De Quincey, Thomas, 288,

291



Dfracinis, M. Barres' l.rs,

254. 255. 265
Dernier Jours de Ptkin, Les,

Loti's, 228-232
Deschamps, I'imile, 8

. Eustace, 350, 351, 369

Disert, Le, Pierre Loti's, 202-

207, 213
Desportcs, Philipp*-, 354
Dessous des Cartes, d'Aure-
villy's Le, 100, loi
Destinees, Vigny's Les, 27-28
Destouches, N., 36, 55
De Tocqueville, A., 247, 249
De Toute S07t A me, Rene

Bazin's, 274-276
Divouee, La, Henniquo, 138
Diaboliques, Les, d'Aurevilly,

lOI

Dickens, Charles, 98, 116, 241

Disraeli, B., 94

Divagations, Stephanc Mal-

larme's, 319
Doyi Juan, Le Plus Bel Amour

de, d'Aurevilly's, 95, loi
Donne, John, 322
Dorval, Marie, 16-1S, 20, 26,

27
Double Conversion, La, Daudet,

no
Double Maitresse, La, M. H. de

Regnicr, 308
Dryden, John, 180, 361, 362
Du Bartas, 354
Du Bellay, Joachim, 353
Dubreuil, TAblH-, 154
Diichesse Bleue, La, Bourget's

^39-243. 264

Pjoa, Vigny's, 9, 11-12, 18
Embarrassments, Mr. Henry

James's, 239
Empedocles, Matthew Arnold's,

307
Endymion, Keats , 306

English Poetry, the influence of

France upon, 341-370

Ennemi des Lois, L', M. Barris',

293



3/8



Index



EnsorceUe, L' , d'Aurevilly's, 93
Epistle to Dr.Arbnthnot, Pope's,

364
Espinasse, Mademoiselle de 1',

36, 37, 46
Essay on Criticism, Pope's,

t 364

l^tape, L', Bourget, 253-258
^Ltourtfi, L', Moliere's, 361
Izvangeliste, L' , Daudet's, 106,
114

Fabre, L'Abbe Fulcran, 153

, Ferdinand, 1 51-175

Faerie Queen, Spenser's, 4
Fantome d' Orient, P. Loti's,

202, 223
F^e Amouretise, La, Zola's, 128
Femmes d' Artistes, Les,

Daudet's, 122
Ferriol, Baron d'Argental,

Charles, 37, 38, 40
, Madame de', 37, 38, 42-

46. 49. 5'"^. 59. <'Ji
Feuillet, Octave, 145, 263
Figures et Chases qui passaient,

Pierre Loti, 217, 222
Fitz James, Duchtss of, 54
Fitzmaurice-Kelly, Professor

James. 350
Flamandes, Les, Emile Ver-

haeren's, 325
Flancs du Vase, Aux, M.

Albert Samain's, 330
Flaubert, G., 113, 122, 138,264
Fletcher, John, 359
Fleurs d'Exil, Loti's, 229
Fleurs du Mai, Baudelaire's,

329
Fleury, Cardinal de, 52
Forces Tumultneiises, Les,

Kmile Verhacren's, 326
Ford, John, 359
Forgeron, Zola's Le, 135
Fort, M. Paul, 334-338
France, M. Anatole, 169, 187-

197, 263
Friendship's Garland, Matthew

Arnold's, 194, 264



Froissart, 350

Fromont Jeune et Risler Aini,
Daudet's, 108, 114, 115, 116

Galilie, P. Loti's La, 213-216,
223, 229

Garnier, Robert, 354

Gautier, Theophile, 128, 369

Gay, Delphine, 8, 13

Genie du Christianisme, Cha-
teaubriand's, 6

Gesvres, Due de, 38, 39

Ghil, M. Rene, 300

Gilbert, poet, 19

Goethe, 91, 99

Goncourt, Edmond de, 46, 113,
133. 264

, Jules de, 133

Gower, John, 351

Grandeur et Servitude Mili-
taires, Vigny's, 7, 23-25

Granson, Oton de, 350, 352

Gray, Thomas, 56, 344, 365

Grignan, Madame de, 48, 66

Guerin, Maurice de, 90, 91

Guerres, Zola's Trois, 139

Guilleragues, Pierre Girardin
dc, 80

Gulliver's Travels, Swift's, 55

Hachette, M., 129, 130
Haggard, Sir Henry Rider,

207
Halevy, Ludovic, 151, 268
Hardy, Mr. Thomas, 152, 171,

174, 263
Harland, Henry, 179, 181
Henniquc, Leon, 138
Heredia, M. de, 292, 302, 304,

305. 333
Hermite, Tristan 1', 359
Herodiade, Mallarme's, 313
Hervieu, M. Paul, 264
Histoire Comique, M. Anatole

France's, 193-197
Histoire d'une Grecque Moderne,

Prevost's, 55
Histoire satis Nom, Une,

d'Aurevilly's, 92, 94, loo



Ind



ex



379



Homme d' Affaires, f/w.M. Bour-

get's, 264
Homme Libre, Un,'M. Barr^s',

288, 291
Hommes, Les CEtwres et les,

d'Aurevilly's, 99
Horaces, Les, 360
Howell, James, 65-66
Hugo, Victor, 3, 7-9, 11, iG,

90, 181. 326, 338, 366, 368,

369
Humble Amour, M. Rene

Bazin's, 277
Huysmans, Joris Karel, 138,

265

Idylle Tragique, Une, Bourget's,

245
Immortrl, L', Daudet's, 115
Isez, the surgeon, 51, 52
Italie, Bourget's Sensations d' ,

247

Jack, Daudet's, 109, 114
James, Mr. Henry, 44, 201,

239, 242
Jar din de BSrSnice, M. Barr^s'

Le, 289, 292
Jardin d' Epicure, Le, M. Ana-

tole France's, 188, 195
Jardin de l' Infante, A u, Albert

Samain's, 330, 331
Jean Gourdon, Zola's Les Quatre

Journees de, 135, 144
Jephte, La Fille de, Vigny's, 7
Jirdme Coignard, M., M. Ana-

tole France's, 188
Jerusalem, Pierre Loti's, 20S-

213, 220, 228, 229
Jeux Rustiques et Divins, Les,

M. H. de Regnier's, 299-301,

305
Jonson, Ben, 322
Jusserand, M., 71

Kahn, M. Gustavc, 181
Karr, Alphonse, 290
Keats, John, 8, 106, 302, 306,
308, 344, 348, 367, 368



Kilmorcy, Earl of, 27
Kipling. Rudyard, i p'l, 175
Kyd, Thomas, 354

Lacordaire, 159

La Fontaine, Jean de, Adonis,

358
Lamartine, Alphonse de, 3,

329, 366, 367
Lammenais. F.. 13, 159
Langland, William, 348
Le Terre, Zola's, 127
Leblond, Celt-nic, 45, 58. 59
Lecouvreur, Adriennc, 56
Lee, Sir Sidney, 354
Legend of Good Women,

Chaucer's, 348,
Lemaitre, M. Jules, 151, 283
Leopardi, Giacomo, 4
L'Kstrange, Sir Roger, Five

Love Letters from a \un to

a Cavalier, 84
Letters from a Nun to a Cavalier.

65-85
Letters, Mademoiselle Aisst's.40

Lettresde mon jI/ok/jw, Daudet's,

no. III, 120
Lettres Portugaises, 65-85
Lisle, Lcconte de, 292, 295
Lodge, Thomas, 354
Lorres, Guillaunu- de, 347, 348,

350
Loti, Pierre, 134, 151, 201-232
Lucifer, Fabre's, 157, 162, 165
Lutrin, Le, Boileaus, 363
Lys Rouge, Le, M. A. France's,

189. 195

Machavlt, Guillaume dc, 350,

351, 352, 369
Madame Corevtine. M. Bazin's,

276
Ma Douleur, Daudet's, 105
Maeterlinck, 324, 325
Maintenon, Madame dc, 80
Malherhc. F.. 35'., 357
Mallarme, Sti'phane, 170, 30*1.

313-323
, and Symbolism, 373. 374



38o



Index



Mannequin d'Osier, Le, M. A.

France's, 169, 188, 189, 191
Manon Lescaut, 55, 115
Mariage de Loti, Le, P. Loti's,

201
Mariana Alcaforada, the Portu-
guese Nun, 65-85
Marivaux, Pierre, 235
Marot, Clement, 352, 353
Ma Tante Giron, M. Bazin's,

268, 269
Matelot, P. Loti's, 202, 223
Maupassant, Guy de, 109, 122,

138, 145. 239, 264
Ma Vocation, Fabre's, 153
M ^dailies d'Argile, M. H. de

Regnier's, 305
Meditations Poetiques, Lamar-

tine's, 367
Mdmoires d'un Homme de

Qualite retire du Monde,

Prevost d'Exiles', 55
Meung, Jean de, 347, 348,

350
Milton, John, 4, 11, 13, 12S,

344. 357
Mirour de I'Omme, Eustache

Deschamps, 351
Moines, Les, iVI. Emile Verhae-

ren's, 325
Mo'ise, Vigny's, 9
Moliere, 55, 62, 358, 360-362
Alan Frere Yves, P. Loti's, 223
Monsieur de Camors, O.

Feuillet's, 145, 263
Monsieur Jean, Fabre's, 170
Montagne, M. Paul Fort's, 337
Montaigne, 172, 190
Montesquieu, 36
Moore, Thomas, 11, 12, 14
Moreas, Jean, 180, 181, 184
Moreau, Hegesippe, 22
Motteville, Madame de,

Memoires, 77
Moulin, Zola's L'Attaque du,

139
Muse Fran(aise, La, 1 1
Musset, Alfred de. Confession

d'un Enfant du Sidcle, 283



Nabab, Le, Daudet's, 114, 121
Nana, Zola's, 127
Nanthia, Vicomtesse de, 46
Nichina, La, Hugues Rebell's,

265
Ninon, Nouveaux Conies a,

Zola's, 133-135
Nodier, C, 7, 13
Noellet, Les, M. IBazin's, 277
Norris, Mr. W. E., 271
Notre Cceitr, Guy de Mau-
passant's, 239
Nouveaux Lundis, Sainte-

Beuve's, 5
Numa Roiitnestan, Daudet's,

114, 115, 121, 122
Nun's Love Letters, see

Portuguese Letters : see

Mariana Alcaforada

Oncle Celestin, Mon, Fabre's,

153, 157, 168
Orinda, The Matchless, 360
Orleans, Duke of, 41
Orme du Mail, L' , M. Anatole

France's, 189-191, 264
O'Shaughnessy, Arthur, 334
Othello, Shakespeare, 261, 354
Otway, Thomas, 362, 363
Outre-Mer, M. Paul Bourget's,

247-253

Pack, Major Richardson, 84
Paleologue, M., 13, 26,
Parabere, Madame de, 42, 46,

49, 54. 60, 6r
Paris : Elevation, Vigny's, 23
Paris, Gaston, 263
Paris Sentimental, M. Paul

Fort's, 337
Parnasse Contemporain, 314
Parnassians, 292, 302, 304, 333,

369
Pascal, 17

Pater, Walter, 173, 174
Pattison, Mark, 72
Pecheur d'Islande, P. Loti's,

223, 277
P^kin, Pierre Loti's, 228-232



Ind



ex



38.



Pellissicr, operatic star, 50
Penruddock, Mrs., 07
Perraud, Cardinal, 151
Petit Chose, Le, Daudct's, 108,

lib, 117
Petrarch, 350, 352
Philosophe Marie, Le, Des-

touche's, 55
Pichot, M. Amedec, 15O
Piedagnal, M., 47
Plato's Timatis, 255
Pleiade, the, 353, 354
Poe, Edgar Allan, 314, 334
Poemes A nciens et Romanesques,

M. do Regnier's, 300, 301
Poemes Antiques, Juda'iques, et

Modernes, Vigny's, 7
Polypheme, A. Samain's, 331
Pont-dc-Veyle, Marquis dc, 38,

50. 5<^ 57
Pontmartin, M. de, 89
Pope, Alexander, 4, 362-364
Portuguese Letters, the, 65-85
Precieuses Ridicules, Lcs,

Moliere's, 361
Pretre Marie, Le, d'Aurevilly's,

92, 93
Prevost, M. Marcel, 264
Prevost d'Exiles, L'Abbe, 55
Propos d'Exil, P. Loti's, 222
Prose pour lcs Esseintes, S.

Mallarme's, 321
Puits de Sainte Claire, Le, M. A.

France's, 188

QuELEN, Archbishop de, 159
Quinault, 361

Racan, 357

Racine, Jean, 338, 344, 346,

35«. 360, 361, 362, 363
Rambosson, M. Yvanhoe. 300
Ramuntcho, Pierre Loti's, 222,

223
Rape of the Lock, Pope's, 364
Regnier, M. Henri de, 299-

310
Kenan, Ernest, 151, 295
Rene, Chateaubriand's, 366



Rctraite, La, Racan's, 357
Richarflson, Samuel, 40, 235
Ridcau Cramoisi, Lc, d'Aure-
villy's, <)5, 100
Rieu, Mademoiselle. 44, 45
Rod, Iidouard, 2hh
Rois en Exit, Les, Daudet, 114
Rollinat, Maurice, 329
Roman de la Rose, Lorris's, 347,

348, 3t9
Roman de Louis XI, M. Paul

Fort's, 336
Roman d'un Enfant, Le, P.

Loti's, 220
Roman d'un Spahi, Loti's, 203,

223
Roman Experimental, Le, Zola's,

2O2
Ronsard, 307, 354
Rose et Ninette, Daudct's, 115
Rosny (Les Fr^rcs), 260
Rotisserie de la Reine Pddauque,

La, M. Anatole France's, 188,

196
Rotrou, 359
Rougon-Macquart series of

Zola, 127, 132, 133-135, 189,

262

Rousseau, J. J., 82, 365
Route d'Emeraude, La, Eugene

Demolder's, 265
Ruticc, Due de, 49
Ruskin, John, 35, 207
Rutter, Joseph, 359

Saint-Amant, 357
Sainte-Bcuve, C. A., 5. 0, 37,

99. I5<'. 157
Sainte Claire, Lc Putts dc,

M. Anatole France's, 18S
Sainte-Gelais, Malin de, 353
Saint-Simon, Due de, 68, 80,

81
Saint-Victor, Paul de, loi
Samain, Albert, 32'^334
Sand, George, 18, 130. 152, 157,

262
Sandeau, Jules, 157
Santillana, 350



382



Ind



ex



Sapho, Daudet's, io6, 115,

117
SarcelleBleue, La, Bazin's, 267,

271-273
Scarron, Paul, 107, 358
Schomberg, Count of, 70
Schwob, Marcel, 350
Scott, Sir Walter, 13, 14, 366
Scudery, Mademoiselle de, 66,

359
Seche, M. Leon, 6, 13
Segrais's Eglogues, 358
Sensations d'ltalie, M. Bour-

get's, 247
Serao, Matilde, II paese di

Cuccagna, 241, 242
Serres Chandes, Les, Maeter-
linck's, 325
Sevigne, Madame de, 36, 48,

66, 77
Shakespeare, 15, 345, 348, 354,

Shelley, P. B., 4, 367, 368

Sir Martin Mar-all, Dryden's,

361
Sleep and Poetry, Keats', 367
Soirs, Les, M. E. Verhaeren's,

325
Soumet, A., 13

Sous I'QLil des Barbares, M.

Barres', 293
Spectator, The, 84
Spenser, Edmund, 353
Stanley, Dean, 204, 205
Stello, Vigny's, 18-20
Sterne, Laurence, 294
Stevenson, Robert Louis, 116,

140, 174, 294
Suckling, Sir John, 355
Surrey, Henry Howard, Earl

of. 352. 353
Swift, Dean, 191, 194

Swinburne, Algernon, 344, 369
Symons, Mr, Arthur, 179

Tache d'Encre, Une, Rene
Bazin's, 268, 269, 271, 287

Taine, H., 151, 152, 159, 174,
255. 256, 287



Tartar in of Tarascon, Daudet's,

118, 119
Tencin, Madame de, 46, 54, 61
Tennyson, 194, 302, 548, 368
Terminations, Mr. Henry

James's, 242
Terre d'Espagne, M. Bazin's,

281
Terre qui Meurt, La, M.

Bazin's, 277-280, 282
Thais, M. A. France's, 188
Therese Raquin, Zola's, 133
Thyard, Pontus de, 354
Tissot, M. Ernest, 99
Tocqueville, A. de, 247, 249
Tolstoi, 25, 136, 140, 141, 187,

193. 241
TouissaintGalabru, Fabre's, 171
Trente Ans de Paris, Daudet's,

107
Trebutien, M., 91
Tyois Ames d' Artistes. See

Duchesse Bleue, 242
Trollope, Anthony, 116, 165

Ulbach, Louis, 133

Vacances de Pdques, Pierre

Loti's, 220
Vacances d'un Jetine Homme

Sage, M. H. de Regnier's,

308-310
Vaines Tendresses, Les, Sully

Prudhomme's, 304
Vathek, Beckford, with preface

by Mallarme, 315
Verhaeren, M. Emile, 324-328
Verlaine, Paul, A first sight of.

179-184, 323
Versailles-aux-Fantomes, M.

Batilliat's, 306
Vers et Prose, S. Mallarme's,

313. 316
Viau, Theophile de, 357
Vie Litteraire, La, M. Anatole

France's, 188
Vielle Maitresse, Uve, d'Aure-

villy's, 94
Vieux, Les, Daudet's, iii, 112



Index



383



Vigny, Alfred de, 3-31, 90, 307,

329, 3G0, 367
Villes Tentaculaires, Les, M.

Verhaeren's, 327
Villette, Mademoiselle de, 45

, Marquise de, 41

Vogiic, Melchior de, 238
Voiture, Vincent, 60, 67, 358
Voleiirs ct I'Anc, Les, Zola's,

130
Voltaire, 36, 44, 47, 50. 56, 60,

346. 365
Voyage, de Sparte.Le, M. Barr^s',
292, 294



Voyageuses,'^\. Paul Bourget's,

2i5-iy)< 244-^53

Waller, Kdmund, 355, 356
Whitman, Walt. 335, 338
Wood's Towtt, Daudet's, 117
Wordsworth, William, 4, 19,

28, 334, 306
Wyatt, Sir Thomas, 352, 353

Yeats, Mr. W. B., 237, 333, 335

Zola, Emile, 113, 127-147,

187, 241



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