Index
Philip Thomson, The Grotesque. Methuen Critical Idiom Series, 1972.
Abnormality
Absurd, The
Adamov, Arthur
Aggressiveness and Alienation
Aristophanes

Bagehot, Walter 
Bakhtin, Mikhail 
Barth, John 
Beckett, Samuel 
Bellerive
Benn, Gottfried 
Bergson, Henri 
Bizarre, The
Blake, William 
Bosch, Hieronymus
Brecht, Bertolt 
Browning, Robert
Brueghel, Pieter 

Callot, Jacques 
Camus, Albert 
Canetti, Elias 
Caricature
Carroll, Lewis 
Chesterton, G. K. 
Clayborough, Arthur 
Cleveland, John
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor 
Comic, The
Comic and the Terrifying, The
Cramer, Thomas
Curtius, Ludwig

Dali, Salvador 
Dante 
Daumier, Honore 
Definition, A
Disharmony
Dickens, Charles
Diderot, Denis 

Donleavy, J. P.
Durrenmatt, Frederich 

Ernst, Max 
Extravagance and Exaggeration

Faulkner, William 
Fellini, Federico
Freud, Sigmund 

Genet, Jean 
Goya, Francisco 
Grandville 
Grass, Günter
Graves, Robert 
Grosz, George

Heller, Joseph 
Hinchcliffe, A. P. 
Hoffmann, E. T. A. 
Hugo, Victor 
 

Ionesco, Eugene 
Irony

Jarry, Alfred 
Jean Paul 
Jennings, L. B. 

Kafka, Franz 
Kayser, Wolfgang 
Kempner, Friederike
Knight, G. WIlson 

Lautreamont
Lawrence, D. H.
Lear, Edward 
Lewis, C. S. 
Macabre, The

Mensching, Gerhard 
Morgenstern, Christian 
Moser, Justus 

Nabokov, Vladimir

Orton, Joe

Parody
"Playfulness"
Psychological Effect, The
Pinter, Harold
Poe, Edgar Allan

Rabelais, Francois 
Raphael 
Rilke, Rainer Maria
Ruskin, John 

Satire
Satiric and the Playful Grotesque
Schlegel, Friedrich 
Schneegans, Heinrich 
Shakespeare, William 
Smollett, Tobias 
Steig, Michael
Sterne, Laurence 
Symonds, John Addington 
Swift, Jonathan 

Tension and Unresolvability
Thomas, Dylan 

Unintentional Grotesque, The

Vischer, F. Th.
Vitruvius

Waugh, Evelyn
Wright, Thomas