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by Mario Praz

  • ISBN: 0691018030
  • Subcategory: Photo and Art
  • Author: Mario Praz
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Princeton University Press (June 21, 1975)
  • Pages: 262
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1967 On the Parallel of Literature and the Visual Arts (published as Mnemosyne: The Parallel between Literature and the Visual Arts, 1970) Mario Praz, Università degli Studi di Roma

1967 On the Parallel of Literature and the Visual Arts (published as Mnemosyne: The Parallel between Literature and the Visual Arts, 1970) Mario Praz, Università degli Studi di Roma. 1966 Dreamer or Visionary: A Study of English Romantic Painting (published as Visionary and Dreamer: Two Poetic Painters, Samuel Palmer and Edward Burne-Jones, 1969) Lord David Cecil, University of Oxford. 1962 William Blake and Traditional Mythology (published as Blake and Tradition, 1968) Kathleen Raine, Poet

The likeness between the arts within various periods of history can ultimately be traced, then, to structural similarities . This is the sixteenth volume of the A. W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts, which are delivered annually at the National Gallery of Art, Washitigton.

The likeness between the arts within various periods of history can ultimately be traced, then, to structural similarities- similarities that arise out of the characteristic way in which the people of a certain epoch see and memorize facts aesthetically. Mnemosyne, at once the goddess of memory and the mother of the muses, therefore presides over this view of ihe arts. The volumes of lectures constitute Number XX XV in Bollingen Series, sponsored by Bollingen Foundation.

In 'Mnemosyne' Mario Praz explores and exhibits that close relationship between the arts-based on the unitive sense of reality and . Paperback, The A. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts, 1967 Bollingen series, 261 pages.

In 'Mnemosyne' Mario Praz explores and exhibits that close relationship between the arts-based on the unitive sense of reality and experience. that has been apparent intermittently for the 25 centuries since Simonides. It shows how widespread this phenomenon has become over the centuries. Published June 1st 1975 by Princeton University Press (first published July 16th 1970). Mnemosyne: The Parallel Between Literature and the Visual Arts. 0691018030 (ISBN13: 9780691018034).

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In 'Mnemosyne Mario Praz explores and exhibits that close relationship between the arts-based on the . The Description for this book, Mnemosyne: The Parallel Between Literature and the Visual Arts, will be forthcoming.

In 'Mnemosyne Mario Praz explores and exhibits that close relationship between the arts-based on the unitive sense of reality and experience.

The description for this book, Mnemosyne: The Parallel Between Literature and the Visual Arts, will be forthcoming.