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Writing the essay : art in the world, the world through art

Author: Darlene A Forrest; Pat C Hoy; Randy Martin; New York University. Expository Writing Program.
Publisher: Boston : McGraw-Hill Custom Publishing, ©2004.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Darlene A Forrest; Pat C Hoy; Randy Martin; New York University. Expository Writing Program.
OCLC Number: 124224299
Notes: "Expository Writing Program, College of Arts and Science, Arts and Public Policy, Tisch School of the Arts."
Description: 658 pages ; 28 cm
Contents: Steps toward a small theory of the visible / John Berger --
The art of seeing / Jed Perl --
Art objects / Jeanette Winterson --
Seeing / Annie Dillard --
Excerpt from Still life with oysters and lemon / Mark Doty --
Looking for a lost dog / Gretel Ehrlich --
Not looking at pictures / E.M. Forster --
Naked / China Forbes --
The poetic basis of mind / James Hillman --
Semblance / Suzanne Langer --
Odalisque / Elizabeth Macdonald --
House of cards / Gian Neffinger --
How to tell a true war story / Tim O'Brien --
Preface, and, Conclusion / Walter Pater --
The loss of the creature / Walker Percy --
Reading philosophy at night / Charles Simic --
Discussing the undiscussable / Arlene Croce --
Art for art's sake / E.M. Forster --
Individualism : art for art's sake, or art for society's sake? / Suzi Gablik --
High critics/low arts / Carol Martin --
An aesthetic of blackness / Bell Hooks --
The raison d'etre of criticism in the arts / E.M. Forster --
Who's the victim? : dissenting voices answer Arlene Croce's critique of victim art / from The New Yorker --
Criticism / Matthew Goulish --
Some questions about tolerance / Tony Kushner --
Is gender necessary redux / Ursula LeGuin --
The stone horse / Barry Lopez --
The site of memory / Toni Morrison --
Late Victorians / Richard Rodriguez --
Is nothing sacred? / Salman Rushdie --
Vermeer in Bosnia / Lawrence Weschler --
The semiotics of sex / Jeanette Winterson --
Against intepretation / Susan Sontag --
Vernacular memories : Pepon Osorio / Coco Fusco --
transgression and transformation : Leaving Las Vegas / Bell Hooks --
They died for nothing, did they not? / Pat Hoy --
The melodramatic moment / Daniel Mendelsohn --
Closing time / Terrence Rafferty --
Attenboroughs' Ghandi / Salman Rushdie --
Eyes wide shut : what the critics failed to see in Kubrick's last film / Lee Siegel --
from Camera Lucida / Roland Barthes --
Art and public space : questions of democracy / Rosalyn Deutsche --
Enactments of power : the politics of performance space / Ngugi Wa Thiong'o --
Shadow cities / Andre Aciman --
Marseilles / Walter Benjamin --
The panorama Nesdag / Mark Doty --
Las meninas / Michel Foucault --
Still life / Mary Gordon --
How does a work work where? / Matthew Goulish --
Marrakech / George Orwell --
Just walk on by : a black man ponders his ability to alter public space / Brent Staples --
Stereotype / Anne Bogart --
Culture / Stephen Greenblatt --
Tradition and the individual talent / T.S. Eliot --
The analysis of culture / Raymond Williams --
This America : a conversation with John Collins about elevator repair service / Sara Jane Bailes --
The uncanny / Sigmund Freud --
On the relation of analytical psychology to poetry / Carl Jung --
A shark in the mind of one contemplating the wilderness / Terry Tempest Williams. Memory and visual imagination, the familiar essay --
Coming-to-a-reckoning, the persuasive essay --
Reviewing-in-contexts, the critical essay.
Responsibility: edited by Darlene A. Forrest, Randy Martin, with Pat C. Hoy II.

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