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History & Criticism
  • Author:
    Peter Egri
  • ISBN:
    9630573318
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    978-9630573313
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    Akademiai Kiado (November 1, 1996)
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    120 pages
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    History & Criticism
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Modern Games with Renaissance Forms: From Leonardo and Shakespeare to Warhol and Stoppard. Tom Stoppard, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead. Harmonsworth: Penguin Critical Studies, 1988. Stoppard, Tom. Artist Descending a Staircase. Budapest: Akadémiai, 1996.

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Examines modern construction, deconstruction, and reconstruction of Renaissance literary and artistic works and forms, such as Andy Warhol's serialized images of the Mona Lisa. Using comparative and contrastive close readings of a few Renaissance masterpieces and some of their paradigmatic modern caricatures, the author ponders the object of modern satire, and whether or not Renaissance norms and forms have value and are relevant in today's world.

Examines modern construction, deconstruction, and reconstruction of Renaissance literary and artistic works and forms . From leonardo and shakespeare to warhol and stoppard. BUDAPEST, 1996, 114 p. Encuadernacion original. Shakespeare's plays, on the contrary, focus on universe as its ontology

Modern Games With Renaissance Forms: From Leonardo and Shakespeare to Warhol and Stoppard. Shakespeare's plays, on the contrary, focus on universe as its ontology. According to Shakespeare's plays, transcendence comes from human reasoning, the purification of human sufferings and tragic experience. His plays reflect man's admiration and mystification of the universe.

Studies in modern philology, 0236-9591 ; 12. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references. Personal Name: Stoppard, Tom Criticism and interpretation. Personal Name: Leonardo,, da Vinci, 1452-1519 Criticism and interpretation. Personal Name: Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 Criticism and interpretation.

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Examines modern construction, deconstruction, and reconstruction of Renaissance literary and artistic works and forms, such as Andy Warhol's serialized images of the Mona Lisa. Using comparative and contrastive close readings of a few Renaissance masterpieces and some of their paradigmatic modern caricatures, the author ponders the object of modern satire, and whether or not Renaissance norms and forms have value and are relevant in today's world. No index. Distributed by ISBS. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.