Comparative Criticism: Volume 4, The Language of the Arts by E. S. ShafferComparative Criticism: Volume 4, The Language of the Arts by E. S. Shaffer

Comparative Criticism: Volume 4, The Language of the Arts

EditorE. S. Shaffer

Hardcover | November 11, 1982

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Comparative Criticism is an annual journal of comparative literature and cultural studies that has gained an international reputation since its inception in 1979. It contains major articles on literary theory and criticism; on a wide range of comparative topics; and on interdisciplinary debates. It includes translations of literary, scholarly and critical works; substantial reviews of important books in the field; and bibliographies on specialist themes for the year, on individual writers, and on comparative literary studies in Britain and Ireland.
Title:Comparative Criticism: Volume 4, The Language of the ArtsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:374 pages, 8.98 × 5.98 × 0.98 inPublished:November 11, 1982Publisher:Cambridge University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0521245788

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Table of Contents

List of contributors; Acknowledgements; Editor's note: Laocoön and the languages of the arts; Part I. The Languages of the Arts: 1. On reading pictures: Poissin's letter on Manna Louis Marin; 2. The Mask of Time: work in progress Michael Tippett; 3. Marcelin Pleynet: Painting and Surrealism and Painting Paul Rogers and Stephen Bann; 4. The partridge without a pear tree: Pieter Bruegel the Elder as an illustrator of Ovid Ulrich Weisstein; 5. Public text and common reader Roger Scruton; 6. Technopaigneia, carmina figurata and Bilder-Reime: seventeenth-century figured poetry in a historical perspective Jeremy Adler; 7. Instrumental recitative: a study in morphology and context, 1700-1808 David Charlton; 8. Igor Stravinsky and T. S. Eliot: a comparison of their modernist poetics W. Bronzwaer; 9. Marinetti, Boccioni and electroacoustic poetry: Futurism and after Nicholas Zurbrugg; 10. Cinema, Symbolism and the Gesamthkunstwek Paul Coates; Part II. Translations: 1. Frank Wedekind: The Empress of Newfoundland: a spectacular mime in three acts Anthony Vivis and Julian Hilton; 2. Gennady Aigi: 'Kasimir Malevich' and other poems Peter France and Kasimir Malevich; 3. Fernando Pessoa: Notes for a dramatic poem on Faust Jonathan Griffin and Vieira da Silva; Books and periodicals received; Bibliography of literature and the visual arts 1945-1980 Ulrich Weisstein; Bibliography of comparative literature in Britain and Ireland, 1979 Glyn Tegai Hughes.