A Mary Shelley Encyclopedia, 1st Edition

  • Lucy Morrison
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  • ISBN-10: 0313072329
  • ISBN-13: 9780313072321
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 539 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2003 | Published/Released October 2007
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2003

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Overview

This reference is a comprehensive guide to the life and career of Mary Shelley. Included are hundreds of alphabetically arranged entries about her works, friends, relatives, residences, fictional characters, allusions, and more.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Other Frontmatter.
Contents.
Acknowledgments.
Introduction.
How to Use this Encyclopedia.
Shelley's Texts.
Editions of Shelley's Texts Used.
Citations.
Half Title Page.
1: Aachen.
Abbot.
2: Aberdeen.
3: Abruzzi.
Absalom.
4: "Absence".
5: Acarnania.
6: Accademia delle Belle Arti (Florence).
7: Accademia delle Belle Arti (Venice).
8: Acroceraunia.
9: Acropolis.
Actaeon.
Adalid.
Adam.
10: Adda.
11: Addison, Joseph (1672–1719).
12: Adige.
Adimari, Antonio dei.
Adimari, Fiammetta dei.
Adimari, Lauretta dei.
Adonis.
Adrian.
13: Adriatic Sea.
14: Aegean Sea.
15: Aegina.
16: Aegyptian day.
17: Aeneid.
18: Africa.
Agli, Messer Giani dei.
19: Agnus Dei.
20: Agosto.
21: Agrippa von Nettesheim, Cornelius (1486–1535).
22: Aigle Noire.
23: Airolo.
24: Alastor; or, The Spirit of Solitude.
25: Albani, Cardinal Guiseppe (1750–1834).
26: Albania.
27: Albano.
28: Albaro.
29: Albergo Grande.
30: Albert, Prince (1819–1861).
31: Albert the Great (c. 1206–1280).
32: Alberti.
33: Albertus Magnus (c. 1193–1280).
34: Albigenses.
35: Albinois.
36: Albion.
37: Albion House.
38: Alcala.
39: Alcalde.
40: Alcibiades (c. 450–405 B.C.E.).
41: Alderigo.
42: Aldiani.
43: Aldino.
44: Alessandria.
45: Alexander the Great (356–323 B.C.E.).
Alexandria.
46: Alfieri, Vittorio (1749–1803).
Alfred.
47: Algerines.
48: Alhambra.
Ali, Mohammed.
49: Alison, Sir Archibald (1792–1867).
Allah.
Alleyn, Marcott.
50: Allori, Alessandro (1535–1607).
51: Almack's.
52: Almeria.
53: Alpha.
Alpheus.
54: Alps.
55: Alsatian Hills.
56: Alt Markt.
57: Altdorf.
58: Altissimo, Cristofano (di Papi) dell' (c. 1552–1605).
59: Altopascio.
60: Altstadt.
61: Alviani.
62: Amadeo.
Amadis.
63: Amalfi.
Amalthea.
64: Amari, Michele (1806–1889).
65: Amazon, The.
66: Ambrosian Library.
67: America.
68: Amiens.
69: Ampezzo.
70: Amphitrite.
71: Amstag.
72: Anchises.
73: Ancients.
74: Ancilla Dei.
75: Ancona.
76: Andalusia.
77: Andermatt.
78: Andes.
79: Andrea.
80: Andrea del Sarto [Andrea d'Angelo di Francesca] (1486–1531).
81: Andreuccio.
82: Andrew of the Shawe.
83: Andryane, Alexandre Philippe (1797–1863).
84: Angelico, Fra [Guido di Pietro] (c. 1400–1455).
85: Angeline.
86: Anina.
87: Anio.
88: Anspach, Margrave of.
89: Anstey, Christopher (1724–1805).
90: Antelminelli.
Antelminelli, Dianora dei.
Antelminelli, Ruggieri dei.
Antigone.
91: Antiparos.
92: Antonello of Messina (c. 1430–1479).
93: Antoninus, Marcus (143–87 B.C.E.).
94: Antoninus, Pius (86–161 C.E.).
95: Antony and Cleopatra.
96: Antwerp.
97: Apennines.
98: Aphrodite.
99: Apocrypha.
100: Apollo.
101: Apollo Belvedere.
102: Aquobuona.
103: Arabia.
104: Arabian Nights.
105: Aragon.
106: Ararat.
107: Arbesau.
108: Arcadia.
109: Arch of Constantine.
110: Archangel.
111: Archduke.
112: Ardfinnin.
113: Ardmore.
114: Arethusa.
115: Arezzo.
Argoli, Professor.
116: Argyro-Castro.
Argyropylo.
Ariadne.
Arians.
117: Ariosto, Ludovico Giovanni (1474–1533).
118: Aristides (c. 530–468 B.C.E.).
119: Aristotelian rules.
120: Armenia.
121: Armenian Convent.
Arnaldi, Viola.
122: Arnaldo da Brescia.
123: Arnaout.
124: Arno.
125: Arona.
126: Arpino.
127: Arrivabene, Count Giovanni (1801–1874).
128: Arta.
129: Artemesia (d. c. 350 B.C.E.).
130: Arthur's Seat.
131: Arthur, Prince of Wales (1486–1502).
132: Arti Minori.
133: Arve.
134: Arvéron.
135: As You Like It.
136: Ascalaphus.
137: Ashburn.
Ashley, Mr..
138: Asia.
139: Aspern, Battle of.
140: Asphalion.
141: Assisi.
Astley, John.
142: Astura.
143: Astwood.
144: Astwood, Thomas (d. 1499).
145: Atawel, Ethelbert.
146: Athanasius (c. 297–373).
147: Athens.
148: Athol.
149: Athol, Duke of.
150: Athos, Mount.
151: Atlantic Ocean.
152: Atlantis.
153: Atlas.
154: Attica.
155: Aube.
156: Auber, Daniel François Esprit (1782–1871).
157: Audenarde.
158: Audley, Lord (c. 1465–1497).