The Artist as Critic: Bitextuality in the fin-de-siecle illustrated books

The Artist as Critic Bitextuality in the fin de siecle illustrated books This is a detailed interdisciplinary analysis of the relationship between text and image in Fin de Siecle first editions ranging from elite belles lettres to popular mass market books Focusing on the

  • Title: The Artist as Critic: Bitextuality in the fin-de-siecle illustrated books
  • Author: Lorraine Janzen Kooistra
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  • Page: 273
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  • This is a detailed interdisciplinary analysis of the relationship between text and image in Fin de Siecle first editions ranging from elite belles lettres to popular mass market books Focusing on the power relations embedded in bitextual relationships, the book explores the context in which illustrated books were produced and received, situating the dialogue between imageThis is a detailed interdisciplinary analysis of the relationship between text and image in Fin de Siecle first editions ranging from elite belles lettres to popular mass market books Focusing on the power relations embedded in bitextual relationships, the book explores the context in which illustrated books were produced and received, situating the dialogue between image and text within the period s cultural discourses and their preoccupations with sex, knowledge and power.

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