Renaissance Perspectives in Literature and the Visual Arts
Roston demonstrates that what emerges is not a fixed or monolithic pattern for each generation but a dynamic series of responses to shared challenges. The book relates leading English writers and literary modes to contemporary developments in architecture, painting, and sculpture, exploring by a close reading of the texts and the artistic works the insights such comparison offers.
Originally published in 1990.
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Subjects: Art & Art History, Language & Literature
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