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[PDF.ePUB.MOBI]  Baroue New Worlds Author Lois Parkinson Zamora – serv3.3pub.co.uk ☆ [PDF / Epub] ★ Baroue New Worlds By Lois Parkinson Zamora ✩ – Serv3.3pub.co.uk Baroue New Worlds traces the changing nature of Baroue representation in Europe and the Americas across four centuries from its seventeenth century origins as a Catholic and monarchical aesthetic and Baroue New Worlds traces the changing nature of Baroue representation in Europe and the Americas across four centuries from its seventeenth century origins as a Catholic and monarchical aesthetic and ideology to its contemporary function as Baroue New eBook ´ a postcolonial ideology aimed at disrupting entrenched power structures and perceptual categories Baroue forms are exuberant ample dynamic and porous and in the regions colonized by Catholic Europe the Baroue was itself eventually colonized In the New World its transplants immediately began to reflect the cultural perspectives and iconographies of the indigenous and African artisans who built and decorated Catholic structures and Europe’s own cultural products were radically altered in turn Today under the rubric of the Neobaroue this transculturated Baroue continues to impel artistic expression in literature the visual arts architecture and popular entertainment worldwideSince Neobaroue reconstitutions necessarily reference the European Baroue this volume begins with the reevaluation of the Baroue that evolved in Europe during the late nineteenth century and the early twentieth Foundational essays by Friedrich Nietzsche Heinrich Wölfflin Walter Benjamin Eugenio d’Ors René Wellek and Mario Praz recuperate and redefine the historical Baroue Their essays lay the groundwork for the revisionist Latin American essays many of which have not been translated into English until now Authors including Alejo Carpentier José Lezama Lima Severo Sarduy Édouard Glissant Haroldo de Campos and Carlos Fuentes understand the New World Baroue and Neobaroue as decolonizing strategies in Latin America and other postcolonial contexts This collection moves between art history and literary criticism to provide a rich interdisciplinary discussion of the transcultural forms and functions of the BaroueContributors Dorothy Z Baker Walter Benjamin Christine Buci Glucksmann José Pascual Buxó Leo Cabranes Grant Haroldo de Campos Alejo Carpentier Irlemar Chiampi William Childers Gonzalo Celorio Eugenio d’Ors Jorge Ruedas de la Serna Carlos Fuentes Édouard Glissant Roberto González Echevarría Ángel Guido Monika Kaup José Lezama Lima Friedrich Nietzsche Mario Praz Timothy J Reiss Alfonso Reyes Severo Sarduy Pedro Henríuez Ureña Maarten van Delden René Wellek Christopher Winks Heinrich Wölfflin Lois Parkinson Zamora.

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