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The Resource Literature through Art : a New Approach to French literature, Helmut A. Hatzfeld

Literature through Art : a New Approach to French literature, Helmut A. Hatzfeld

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Literature through Art : a New Approach to French literature
Title
Literature through Art
Title remainder
a New Approach to French literature
Statement of responsibility
Helmut A. Hatzfeld
Creator
Author
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
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N$T
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1892-1979
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Hatzfeld, Helmut
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no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
Series statement
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Department of Romance studies
Series volume
number 86
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  • French literature
  • Art and literature
  • Art criticism
  • LITERARY CRITICISM
  • ART
  • Art and literature
  • Art criticism
  • French literature
  • France
Label
Literature through Art : a New Approach to French literature, Helmut A. Hatzfeld
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multicolored
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rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover; LITERATURE THROUGH ART; Title; Copyright; PREFACE; Table of Contents; LIST OF REPRODUCTIONS; I. THE ROMANESQUE AND GOTHIC EPOCH; I. The Majestic-Hieratic Approach to Divine and Human Mysteries; II. Static Presentation of Fantastic Concepts; III. Emotional-Dynamic Approach to a Symbolic World; IV. Physical and Psychological Observation in Monumental, Global Presentation; V. Trends in Allegory and Caricature; II. THE FLAMBOYANT AND RENAISSANCE EPOCHS; I. Devotional Trend in Religiosity and the Expression of Awe by the People
  • II. Spirit of Minuteness and Its Expression in Genre Scenes and InteriorsIII. Nature Seen through Civilization; IV. Awareness of Beauty, Joy, Sorrow, Decay; V. Struggle for a Modern Perspective; VI. Forms of a Rampant Paganism; III. THE BAROQUE CLASSICISM OF THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY; I. The Assimilative Imitation of Antiquity; II. The New Feeling for Nature and Landscape; III. Predominant Interest in Human Personality: the Psychological Portrait; IV. The Harmonious Fusion of Reason and Sentiment, Géométrie and Finesse; V. Jesuitism and Jansenism in the Arts; VI. Inwardness of Everyday Life
  • VII. Artistic Expression of 'bienséance'IV. THE ROCOCO OF THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY; I. Love, Flirtation, Eroticism; II. Nature as a Setting for Voluptuous Enjoyment; III. Intimacy in Social Life and Institutions; IV. Mask and Disguise; V. 'Esprit'; V. ROMANTICISM; I. The Neoclassic Concept of Antiquity; II. Exoticism and Historicism; III. Soulless Physical Beauty: the Costume Portrait; IV. Picturesqueness as an Expression of Lyricism; V. The Napoleonic Myth; VI. Local Color as the Expression of Sensation; VII. Errors and Assets of Symbolism; VIII. The Family Idyl
  • IX. Religiosity without ReligionVI. IMPRESSIONISM AND SURREALISM; I. Triumph of Description over Narration; II. The Climate of the City Captured by Impressionism; III. Intoxication with Life; IV. Enthusiasm for Movement; V. Line as Opposed to Color, Ornament rather than Topic; VI. Abstract Art and Pure Poetry; VII. Psychic Obsession; VII. CONSEQUENCES FOR LITERARY CRITICISM; APPENDIX; NOTES AND BIBLIOGRAPHY; GENERAL BIBLIOGRAPHY; INDEX OF ARTISTS AND AUTHORS; INDEX OF TERMS AND TITLES; Back Cover
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9781469646060
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(OCoLC)1049802175
Label
Literature through Art : a New Approach to French literature, Helmut A. Hatzfeld
Publication
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unknown
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover; LITERATURE THROUGH ART; Title; Copyright; PREFACE; Table of Contents; LIST OF REPRODUCTIONS; I. THE ROMANESQUE AND GOTHIC EPOCH; I. The Majestic-Hieratic Approach to Divine and Human Mysteries; II. Static Presentation of Fantastic Concepts; III. Emotional-Dynamic Approach to a Symbolic World; IV. Physical and Psychological Observation in Monumental, Global Presentation; V. Trends in Allegory and Caricature; II. THE FLAMBOYANT AND RENAISSANCE EPOCHS; I. Devotional Trend in Religiosity and the Expression of Awe by the People
  • II. Spirit of Minuteness and Its Expression in Genre Scenes and InteriorsIII. Nature Seen through Civilization; IV. Awareness of Beauty, Joy, Sorrow, Decay; V. Struggle for a Modern Perspective; VI. Forms of a Rampant Paganism; III. THE BAROQUE CLASSICISM OF THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY; I. The Assimilative Imitation of Antiquity; II. The New Feeling for Nature and Landscape; III. Predominant Interest in Human Personality: the Psychological Portrait; IV. The Harmonious Fusion of Reason and Sentiment, Géométrie and Finesse; V. Jesuitism and Jansenism in the Arts; VI. Inwardness of Everyday Life
  • VII. Artistic Expression of 'bienséance'IV. THE ROCOCO OF THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY; I. Love, Flirtation, Eroticism; II. Nature as a Setting for Voluptuous Enjoyment; III. Intimacy in Social Life and Institutions; IV. Mask and Disguise; V. 'Esprit'; V. ROMANTICISM; I. The Neoclassic Concept of Antiquity; II. Exoticism and Historicism; III. Soulless Physical Beauty: the Costume Portrait; IV. Picturesqueness as an Expression of Lyricism; V. The Napoleonic Myth; VI. Local Color as the Expression of Sensation; VII. Errors and Assets of Symbolism; VIII. The Family Idyl
  • IX. Religiosity without ReligionVI. IMPRESSIONISM AND SURREALISM; I. Triumph of Description over Narration; II. The Climate of the City Captured by Impressionism; III. Intoxication with Life; IV. Enthusiasm for Movement; V. Line as Opposed to Color, Ornament rather than Topic; VI. Abstract Art and Pure Poetry; VII. Psychic Obsession; VII. CONSEQUENCES FOR LITERARY CRITICISM; APPENDIX; NOTES AND BIBLIOGRAPHY; GENERAL BIBLIOGRAPHY; INDEX OF ARTISTS AND AUTHORS; INDEX OF TERMS AND TITLES; Back Cover
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on1049802175
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unknown
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1 online resource
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unknown
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online
Isbn
9781469646060
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unknown
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computer
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rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Note
JSTOR
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
22573/ctv4t9dmh
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not applicable
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unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
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(OCoLC)1049802175

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