Emblematic Structures in Renaissance French Culture
Daniel Russell demonstrates how the emblematic forms emerged from the way illustrations were used in late medieval French manuscript culture, how the forms were later disseminated in France, and how they functioned within early modern French culture and society.
Subjects: Language & Literature, History
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