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Every force evolves a form : twenty essays

Author: Guy Davenport
Publisher: San Francisco : North Point Press, 1987.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Guy Davenport
ISBN: 0865472475 9780865472471
OCLC Number: 15280100
Description: x, 171 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Foreword --
The Champollion of table manners --
What are those monkeys doing? --
Transcendental satyr --
Montaigne --
Herondas --
Ariadne's dancing floor --
The Smith of Smiths --
The artist as critic --
The scholar as critic --
The critic as artist --
Balthus --
Nabokov's Don Quixote --
In that awful civil war --
More genteel than God --
The Peales in their museum --
Pergolesi's dog --
Late Beckett --
Every force evolves a form --
Making it uglier to the airport --
Imaginary Americas.
Responsibility: by Guy Davenport.

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