Text and image in modern European culture
Title; Copyright; Contents; Acknowledgments; Introduction to Text and Image in Modern European Culture; Part One: Cross-Cultural Networks; The Myth of Psyche in the Work of D'Annunzio and Burne-Jones; The Symbolist Context of the Siren Motif in Moreau's Painting and Bryusov's Poetry;...
|Document Type:||Online Resource Book|
West Lafayette, Ind
: Purdue University Press
|Series:||Comparative cultural studies
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Text and image in modern European culture|
|Author Notes:||edited by Natasha Grigorian, Thomas Baldwin, and Margaret Rigaud-Drayton|
|License Package:||JSTOR E-Books in Art, Design and Photography|
|Summary:||Title; Copyright; Contents; Acknowledgments; Introduction to Text and Image in Modern European Culture; Part One: Cross-Cultural Networks; The Myth of Psyche in the Work of D'Annunzio and Burne-Jones; The Symbolist Context of the Siren Motif in Moreau's Painting and Bryusov's Poetry; Images of Paris in the Work of Brassaï and Miller; Part Two: Ekphrasis and Beyond; The Reciprocation of the Image in Two Poems by Rilke; Photography and Painting in Proust's A la recherche du temps perdu; Photography in Proust's A la recherche du temps perdu; Part Three: Text and Design.|
Text and Image in Fashion Periodicals of the Second French EmpireArchitecture and Utopia in Scheerbart's Rakkóx der Billionär; Part Four: Hybrid Texts; Word and Image in Apollinaire's "Lettre-Océan"; Text-Image Relations in French and Spanish Surrealist Literary Reviews from the 1920s and 1930s; How to Read a Poetic Photo-Text; Part Five: Multimedia Encounters; Constructivist and Futurist Multimedia Experiments in Russian Poetry; Science and Symptom from Mallarmé to the Digital Poet; Part Six: Thematic Bibliography; Bibliography for the Study of Text and Image in Modern European Culture.
Text and Image in Modern European Culture is a collection of essays that are transnational and interdisciplinary in scope. Employing a range of innovative comparative approaches to reassess and undermine traditional boundaries between art forms and national cultures, the contributors shed new light on the relations between literature and the visual arts in Europe after 1850. Following tenets of comparative cultural studies, work presented in this volume explores international creative dialogues between writers and visual artists, ekphrasis in literature, literature and design (fashion, architecture), hybrid texts (visual poetry, surrealist pocket museums, poetic photo-texts), and text and image relations under the impact of modern technologies (avant-garde experiments, digital poetry). The discussion encompasses pivotal fin de si?cle, modernist, and postmodernist works and movements in Britain, France, Germany, Italy, Poland, Russia, and Spain. A selected bibliography of work published in the field is also included. The volume will appeal to scholars of comparative literature, art history, and visual studies, and it includes contributions appropriate for supplementary reading in senior undergraduate and graduate seminars
|Item Description:||Includes bibliographical references (pages 201-211) and index|
|Physical Description:||1 Online-Ressource (vii, 216 pages)|