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of collage in many ways, as i will show. it is important both in terms of acting as a catalyst for the making of collage art, and in enabling the collage practice to act as a catalyst for other forms of art and literature.

Author: Dr Rona Cran

Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.

ISBN: 9781472430960

Category: Literary Criticism

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Emphasizing the diversity of collage in the twentieth century, Rona Cran's book explores the role that it played in the work of Joseph Cornell, William Burroughs, Frank O'Hara, and Bob Dylan. Collage's catalytic effect, Cran argues, enabled each to overcome a crisis in representation that threatened to destabilize their work. Throughout, she shows that rigid definitions of collage severely limit our understanding of artists and writers who used it in non-traditional ways.
2014-10-28 By Dr Rona Cran

"Renaissance Narrative in Literature and Visual Art shows that perspective only gradually came to dominate the western imagination and to become the default assumption for portrayal in the visual arts.

Author: Alastair Fowler

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN: 0199259585

Category: Literary Criticism

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"Renaissance Narrative in Literature and Visual Art shows that perspective only gradually came to dominate the western imagination and to become the default assumption for portrayal in the visual arts. The habit of an older, multipoint perspective long continued, accounting for 'anachronism', discontinuous realism, 'double time-schemes', and presentation of different moments as simultaneous - phenomena closely paralleled in narrative. In this history of the narrative imagination after single-point perspective, Alastair Fowler illuminates significant correlations between the depiction of objects and events in literature and art."--BOOK JACKET.
2003 By Alastair Fowler

Author: Eulalie Osgood Grover

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ISBN: HARVARD:32044097056907

Category: Art

Page: 254

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40,000 in his hands , had the art to turn Pro- So much of adders ' wisdom I have learnt , testant on the accession of queen Elizabeth , and To fence my ear against thy sorceries . Milton . appropriated the money to his own use ; he Are ...

Author: Thomas Curtis (of Grove house sch, Islington)

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ISBN: OXFORD:600050006

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The Filip Arts . Paul DELAROCHe's picture of Marie An- In the closing weeks of the Great Exhi . toinette is to be engraved on a large scale . bition in London , several chef - d'aurres of Delaroche has represented the unfortunate art ...

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Exploring the shifting semiotics and symbolism of shipwreck, the interdisciplinary essays in this volume provide a history of a major literary and artistic motif as they consider how depictions have varied over time, and across genres and ...

Author: Carl Thompson

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781136161537

Category: Literary Criticism

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Tales of shipwreck have always fascinated audiences, and as a result there is a rich literature of suffering at sea, and an equally rich tradition of visual art depicting this theme. Exploring the shifting semiotics and symbolism of shipwreck, the interdisciplinary essays in this volume provide a history of a major literary and artistic motif as they consider how depictions have varied over time, and across genres and cultures. Simultaneously, they explore the imaginative potential of shipwreck as they consider the many meanings that have historically attached to maritime disaster and suffering at sea. Spanning both popular and high culture, and addressing a range of political, spiritual, aesthetic and environmental concerns, this cross-cultural, comparative study sheds new light on changing attitudes to the sea, especially in the West. In particular, it foregrounds the role played by the maritime in the emergence of Western modernity, and so will appeal not only to those interested in literature and art, but also to scholars in history, geography, international relations, and postcolonial studies.
2014-05-09 By Carl Thompson

a course . we first took him in hand , but that , since he has listened to us , he art is a simple curiosity ... M. Taine writes about art entirely from amateurs . ... On the other hand , the whole range of art literature .

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105119140361

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It shocked him consequence of the severe revenge inflicted on to find that he was commanded to believe this literary and theological experimentalist against his judgment , in points of logic , philoby the irritated poet , his name is ...

Author: Robert Walsh

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ISBN: UOM:39015056068235

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1827 By Robert Walsh

Soon af- by a style of Art which he may be said to have ter their unmarked entrance , the attention of the originated , -and to the influence of his example audience , which had been engrossed by the Duch- may be ascribed the ...

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ISBN: IOWA:31858044942930

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And it is very telling that, in the past, the phrase "literary criticism" has quite naturally implied aesthetic criticism and nothing else, as if art were granted a special dispensation and autonomy within the realm of human activity.

Author: Robert Detweiler

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ISBN: UVA:X004340406

Category: Art

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