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Pandora's box; the changing aspects of a mythical symbol,

Author: Dora Panofsky; Erwin Panofsky
Publisher: [New York] Pantheon Books [1956]
Series: Bollingen series, 52.
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Study of the myth of Pandora, its representation in art, and its mythological and religious significance.
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Genre/Form: Art
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Panofsky, Dora.
Pandora's box.
[New York] Pantheon Books [1956]
(OCoLC)560236022
Named Person: Pandore, (mythologie grecque); Pandore, (mythologie grecque)
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Dora Panofsky; Erwin Panofsky
ISBN: 0691018243 9780691018249
OCLC Number: 1658505
Description: xiv, 158 pages illustrations 27 cm.
Contents: Pandora in the Medieval tradition. --
The origin of the "box": Erasmus of Rotterdam. --
Pandora and hope: Andrea Alciati. --
Pandora and ignorance: Rosso Fiorentino. --
Roma Prima Pandora: Eva Prima Pandora: Lutetia Nov Pandora. --
Pandora, "gift of all": Elizabethans and Jacques Callot. --
Hesiod vs. Babrius et al. --
Romanticism, Classicist and Victorian. --
Pandora on the stage: Calderón, Voltaire, Goethe, and Late-Antique allegory.
Series Title: Bollingen series, 52.
Responsibility: by Dora And Erwin Panofsky.

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Study of the myth of Pandora, its representation in art, and its mythological and religious significance.

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"On one level this is a superior anthology of Pandoras both literary and visual, but on another it is a genuine history, at least as much a work of iconology as of iconography."--"The Times Literary Read more...

 
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