Dialogues With/and Great Books

Dialogues With/and Great Books

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The rich history of pictorial representations of biblical scenes, illustrations of Robinson Crusoe, an operetta based on Voltaire's Candide, DeMille's cinematic version of the story of Samson and Delilah, a contemporary song that quotes a line from Horace A¹ also illustrate the vital role played by artists outside of the literary field in making certain works stand out as masterpieces. --A Non-Declared Dialogue: Molierea#39;s School of Wives The reasons for reading Molierea#39;s La#39;Ecole des femmes as a dialogue with the ... Besides this shared story line, there are some significant details that tighten the connection between the two stories. ... in isolation and under strict control, in an attempt to avoid the thing that terrifies him the most, namely to become a cuckold: ARNOlPHe: Yes, and I meananbsp;...

Title:Dialogues With/and Great Books
Author:David Fishelov
Publisher:Sussex Academic Press - 2010


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