A Brilliant Postmodern Critique Of Renaissance Subjectivity, Cultural Aesthetics Explores The Simultaneous Formation And Fragmentation Of Aristocratic Selfhood In The Late Sixteenth And Early Seventeenth Centuries Patricia Fumerton Situates The Self Within Its Sumptuous Array Of Trivial Arts Including The Court Literatures Of Chivalric Romance, Sonnet, And Masque And The Arts Of Architecture, Miniature Painting, Stage Design, And Cuisine Her Integration Of Historicist And Aesthetic Perspectives Makes This A Provocative Contribution To The Vigorous Field Of Renaissance Cultural Studies.
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- 287 pages
- Cultural Aesthetics
- Patricia Fumerton
- 13 June 2017 Patricia Fumerton