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Gongorism and the golden age : a study of exuberance and unrestraint in the arts, by Elisha K. Kane, with decorations by the author.

Author/Creator:
Kane, Elisha Kent.
Publication:
Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina Press, 1928.
Format/Description:
Book
3 p. l., ix-xvi, 275 p. front. (port), xxiv pl. (incl. music) 22 cm.
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Subjects:
Góngora y Argote, Luis de, 1561-1627.
Spansh literature -- History and critism.
Art -- Spain.
Contents:
Introduction.
The meaning of Gongorism.
The extent of Gongorism.
Gongorism in Góngora.
The ancestors of Gongorism.
Some explanations of the eccentric style.
Meretricious verse in other literatures.
The fantastic style in music.
Architecture and extravagance.
The grotesque in sculpture.
Painting as a field for phantasy.
Conclusion.
Notes:
"A complete revision and amplification of an earlier thesis, Gongorism and the artistic culture of the golden age, submitted in 1926."
OCLC:
1810768