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Mallarmé's children : symbolism and the renewal of experience

Auteur: Richard Cándida Smith
Uitgever: Berkeley : University of California Press, ©1999.
Editie/Formaat:   eBoek : EngelsAlle edities en materiaalsoorten bekijken.
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"In a narrative combining intellectual and cultural history, Richard Candida Smith unfolds the legacy of Stephane Mallarme, the poet who fathered the symbolist movement in poetry and art. Through the lens of symbolism, Candida Smith focuses on a variety of subjects: sexual liberation and the erotic, anarchism, utopianism, labor, and women's creative role. Paradoxically, the symbolists' reconfiguration of elite  Meer lezen...
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Genre/Vorm: Electronic books
Aanvullende fysieke materiaalsoort: Print version:
Smith, Richard Cándida.
Mallarmé's children.
Berkeley : University of California Press, ©1999
(DLC) 98043751
(OCoLC)40397673
Genoemd persoon: Stéphane Mallarmé
Genre: Internetbron
Soort document: Internetbron, Computerbestand
Alle auteurs / medewerkers: Richard Cándida Smith
ISBN: 9780520922723 0520922727 0585335257 9780585335254
OCLC-nummer: 45843364
Beschrijving: 1 online resource (xxiv, 304 pages)
Inhoud: pt. 1. The Symbolist Moment. 1. Stephane Mallarme before the Public. 2. The Production of Symbolism. 3. Apprentices and Washouts. 4. Crises of Opportunity. 5. Moving toward an "Industrial Art" --
pt. 2. Poetics and the Politics of "Experience" 6. Symbolism, Pragmatism, and the Synthetic Self. 7. Truth as Self-Representation. 8. Poetry and the Translation of History into Truth --
pt. 3. Eros, Labor, Poetry. 9. Self-Representation as Metaphysics. 10. Representing Utopian Aspiration. 11. American Syntheses --
pt. 4. From Symbol to Design, from Harmony to Elegance. 12. The Order of Things Hidden. 13. Vision and Language into the Gap. 14. Working within the Dream. pt. 1. The symbolist moment. Stephane Mallarme before the public. The production of symbolism. Apprentices and washouts. Crises of opportunity. Moving toward an "industrial art" --
pt. 2. Poetics and the politics of "experience" symbolism, pragmatism, and the synthetic self. Truth as self-representation. Poetry and the translation of history into truth --
pt. 3. Eros, labor, poetry. Self-representation as metaphysics. Representing utopian aspiration. American syntheses --
pt. 4. From symbol to design, from harmony to elegance. The order of things hidden. Vision and language into the gap. Working within the dream.
Verantwoordelijkheid: Richard Cándida Smith.

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"In a narrative combining intellectual and cultural history, Richard Candida Smith unfolds the legacy of Stephane Mallarme, the poet who fathered the symbolist movement in poetry and art. Through the lens of symbolism, Candida Smith focuses on a variety of subjects: sexual liberation and the erotic, anarchism, utopianism, labor, and women's creative role. Paradoxically, the symbolists' reconfiguration of elite culture fit effectively into the modern commercial media. After Mallarme was rescued from obscurity, symbolism became a valuable commodity, exported by France to America and elsewhere in the market-driven turn-of-the-century world. Mallarme's Children traces not only how poets regarded their poetry and artists their art but also how the public learned to think in new ways about cultural work and to behave differently as a result."--Jacket.

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