A study of how art and technology mutually align their representations of nature in order to transform land into intelligible landscapes. It argues that technology and interior experience of the poetic subject overlap in their means and methods of removing the viewer from nature, while presenting the land as a comprehensible object.Read this Chapter, and you will find how expensive French Cooka#39;s Sauce is. ... Liberty (2003, 78), and Edgar V. Roberts, aquot;Henry Fielding and Richard Leveridge: Authorship of the Roast Beef of Old Englandaquot; (1964). ... Later, in An Introduction to Metaphysics (1935), he will claim that animals have no world or environment. 5 .
|Title||:||Technologies of the Picturesque|
|Publisher||:||Associated University Presse - 2008|