No city more than Paris has had such a constant and deep association with the development of literary forms and cultural ideas. The idea of the city as a space of literary self-consciousness started to take hold in the sixteenth century. By , where this volume begins, the first in a long line of extraordinary works of the human imagination, in which the city represented itself to itself, had begun to find form in print.
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This collection follows that process through to the present day. Beginning with the 'salon', followed by the hybrid culture of libertinage and the revolutionary hotbeds of working-class districts, it explores the continuities and changes between the pre-modern era and the nineteenth century, when Paris asserted itself as cultural capital of Europe. Contact seller. Visit store. See other items More See all.
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LITERATURE: THE CAMBRIDGE COMPANION TO EARLY MODERN WOMEN'S WRITING
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Cover has no visible wear, and the dust jacket if applicable is included for hard covers. May be very minimal identifying marks on the inside cover. Very minimal wear and tear. Wilson requires trinitarian aesthetics to see dimensions in art and reality that Wilde cannot. Branch and Petuleanu read works grounded in, and illuminated by, Eastern Orthodoxy, seeking places where finite love rises into eternal love theosis. Another dimension that secularisms cannot readily imagine is redemptive sacrifice. A temptation in confessional reading is special pleading; the great virtue is glimpsing what secular criticism, and indeed our own confessions, miss.
Nor is one tradition: literature lets us see more life , through different confessional visions.
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How do we cross comparative bridges to such remote destinations? Monta recommends attending to linguistic practices as well as themes.
Dwelling also figures in the most beautiful-while-complex chapter: Handelman parses plural rabbinic explanations of Moses hiding his face after encountering God. Gaps in the Exodus narrative are recapitulated in midrash, which allows space wherein our own interpretive activity may dwell.
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Ethics is cautionary. While Potts affirms imagination as an integrative element of theology, he notices its ambiguities in Beloved. Take that as a hopeful question. Our companions both encourage and caution literary-religious traveling.
Larry D. Bouchard is professor of religious studies at the University of Virginia.