Translations of the Sublime : The Early Modern Reception and Dissemination of Longinus' <i>Peri Hupsous</i> in Rhetoric, the Visual Arts, Architecture and the Theatre
Contributors include Francis Goyet, Hana Grundler, Lydia Hamlett, Sigrid de Jong, Helen Langdon, Bram Van Oostveldt, Eugenio Refini, Paul Smith, and Dietmar Till.
- Hardback | 272 pages
- 158 x 240 x 20mm | 621.42g
- 01 Sep 2012
- Leiden, Netherlands
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About Dr. Caroline van Eck
Stijn Bussels is Lecturer in Theatre Studies at the University of Groningen. His monograph The Antwerp Entry of 1549: Rhetoric, Performance and Power in the Early Modern Netherlands will be published in 2011 by Rodopi in the Ludus-series. Together with Caroline van Eck he has edited a special issue of Art History on the relations between the arts and the theatre in early modern Europe: `Theatricality and the Early Modern Visual Arts', in: Art History, March 2010, vol. 33, nr. 2.
Maarten Delbeke is Associate Professor at the department of Architecture and Urban Planning of Ghent University. Currently he leads the project The Quest for the Legitimacy of Architecture in Europe 1750-1850 at Leiden University, funded by a Vidi-grant from the Dutch Science Foundation (N.W.O.). With Evonne Levy and Steven Ostrow he has edited Bernini's Biographies. Critical Essays (Penn State UP, 2006) and his monograph Sforza Pallavicino and Art Theory in Bernini's Rome is forthcoming with As
Table of contents
List of Illustrations
Caroline van Eck, Stijn Bussels, Maarten Delbeke: Introduction
I. THE EARLY MODERN RECEPTION AND DISSEMINATION OF PERI HUPSOUS
Francis Goyet, The Meaning of apostrophe in Longinus' On the sublime (16, 2)
Eugenio Refini, Longinus and Poetic Imagination in Late Renaissance Literary Theory
Dietmar Till, The Sublime and the Bible: Ps-Longinus, Protestant Dogmatics, and the `Sublime Style'
Paul Smith, A l'aune du sublime : autour du " Parallele de Corneille et Racine " (1688) de La Bruyere
II. TRANSLATIONS OF THE SUBLIME INTO THE VISUAL ARTS, ARCHITECTURE AND THE THEATRE
Hana Grundler, Orrore, terrore, timore. Vasari und das Erhabene
Maarten Delbeke, Elevated Twins and the Vicious Sublime. Gianlorenzo Bernini and Louis XIV
Stijn Bussels and Bram Van Oostveldt, "One never sees monsters without experiencing emotion". Le merveilleux and the Sublime in Theories on French Performing Arts (1650-1750)
Helen Langdon, The Demosthenes of Painting. Salvator Rosa and the 17th-century Sublime
Lydia Hamlett, The Longinian Sublime, Effect and Affect in `Baroque' British Visual Culture
Caroline van Eck, Figuring the Sublime in English Church Architecture 1640 - 1730
Sigrid de Jong, Paradoxical Encounters. Eighteenth-Century Architectural Experiences and the Sublime
Notes on Contributors
Matthew L. Simpson, University of Connecticut. In: Renaissance Quarterly, Vol. 66, No. 4, Winter 2013, p. 1408.