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Nouveau femina et France illustration
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The Illustration of the Master
"This very interesting monograph presents new information in a useful and helpfully readable way. James's collaboration with magazine illustrators has not been studied this comprehensively before."u ̀Michael Anesko, Pennsylvania State University --
The Orient of the Boulevards
The author draws upon the methodologies of theater and cultural studies to examine the construction of "the Orient" on the Parisian stage during the nineteenth century, the period of France's first imperial expansions into North Africa and the Middle East. As an increasingly large segment of the French population moved into contact with the Middle East and North Africa as soldiers, colonial administrators, settlers, and merchants, the balance between fantasy and immediacy in Orientalized drama shifted. The domestic melodrama gave way to elaborately staged military spectacles based on current events. Performed before working-class audiences, many of whose members were to be called up for military service, these spectacles bore explicit political and imperial agendas. Mining rich archival resources of play-texts, censorship reports, critical reviews, and contemporary writings on performance practice, this book reveals the complex processes by which the institutions of popular culture helped shape nineteenth-century notions of race, ethnicity, and nationality.
Jessie Willcox Smith
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100 Years of Fashion Illustration
A comprehensive, visual survey of fashion drawing in the twentieth century offers four hundred images illustrating the development of fashion as seen through the works of the greatest illustrators of the period.
“Brilliant. . . . This fascinating exploration through three centuries of the frontier is rounded off with a perceptive and balanced appraisal of the nature of national identity within the context of the Pyrenees. . . . A study which is exciting, learned, and thought-provoking, a splendid example of interdisciplinary history at its best.”—Times Literary Supplement
Illustration A Theoretical and Contextual Perspective
"This book examines the breadth and use of illustration... Targeting the latter stages of undergraduate development and post-graduate study there is a particular focus on theory, research, conceptual processing, visual language analysis and the contexts of illustration practice. It also introduces the concept of illustrator as a specialist or authority on a particular subject or as an originator of either fiction and/or non-fiction material"--Back cover.
French Intellectual Nobility
The first study to examine the conditions that led to the production of theories like "structuralism" and "poststructuralism."
The Poetics of Literary Transfer in Early Modern France and England
Examining both familiar and underappreciated texts, Hassan Melehy foregrounds the relationships that early modern French and English writers conceived with both their classical predecessors and authors from flourishing literary traditions in neighboring countries. In order to present their own avowedly national literatures as successfully surpassing others, they engaged in a paradoxical strategy of presenting other traditions as both inspiring and dead. Each of the book's four sections focuses on one early modern author: Joachim Du Bellay, Edmund Spenser, Michel de Montaigne, and William Shakespeare. Melehy details the elaborate strategies that each author uses to rewrite and overcome the work of predecessors. His book touches on issues highly pertinent to current early modern studies: among these are translation, the relationship between classicism and writing in the vernacular, the role of literature in the consolidation of the state, attitudes toward colonial expansion and the "New World," and definitions of modernity and the past.