The Renaissance: Studies in Art and Poetry

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University of California Press, 18 בספט׳ 1980 - 489 עמודים
The Renaissance is a strikingly original and influential collection of essays in which Walker Pater gave memorable expression to an aesthetic view of life. It has never before been published in a scholarly edition. Donald L. Hill reproduces Pater's text of 1893, with a record of all verbal variations in other editions, from the early magazine versions to the Library Edition of 1910. Mr. Hill provides a full set of critical and explanatory notes on each of Pater's essays; headnotes outlining the story of its composition, publication, and reception; and an essay on the history of the book as a whole. Students of Pater and the Aesthetic Movement in England will find this new, annotated edition indispensable.
 

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Two Early French Stories
2
Pico della Mirandola
24
Sandro Botticelli
40
Luca della Robbia
50
The Poetry of Michelangelo
58
Leonardo da Vinci
78
The School of Giorgione
103
Joachim du Bellay
124
Conclusion
187
Paters Review of Children in Italian and English Design
192
The Age of the Despots
197
A Pater Chronology
204
Textual Notes
208
Critical and Explanatory Notes
278
Original Texts of Passages Translated in the Notes
466
Index
484

Winckelmann
142

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מידע על המחבר (1980)

Walter Horatio Pater (August 4, 1839 - July 30, 1894) was an English essayist, literary and art critic, and fiction writer, regarded as one of the great stylists. His works on Renaissance subjects were popular but controversial, reflecting his lost belief in Christianity.

Donald L. Hill (1914-1997) was was Professor Emeritus of English at the University of Michigan.

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