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This unique work of scholarship explores contemporary issues of male spectatorship and the importance of biography for art criticism in the work of Tracy Chevalier, Eunice Lipton, Anna Banti, Kate Braverman, and Susan Vreeland. Drawing upon feminist concepts on the male and female gaze, Dr. Cortney Cronberg Barko perceptively examines how these authors challenge androcentric models of reading by demonstrating women's powers as readers and writers. This intriguing study reveals that authors working within the genre of fictionalized biographies of women painters reconstruct art history to create a new canon for women artists and invent a rhetoric about art that empowers women. This book is ideal for art history courses and a wide range of literature courses, including fiction, literary theory, literary criticism, feminist literary theory, and women's literature.

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This unique work of scholarship explores contemporary issues of male spectatorship and the importance of biography for art criticism in the work of Tracy Chevalier, Eunice Lipton, Anna Banti, Kate Braverman, and Susan Vreeland.

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Auteur Cortney Cronberg Barko

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DUIN LOLB3CU8LV6

GTIN 9781433127113

Verschijningsdatum 29.11.2015

Taal Engels

Pagina-aantallen 138

Product type Boek

Maat 230 x 155 x 155  mm

Gewicht van product 330 g

Writers and Artists in Dialogue

Historical Fiction about Women Painters

Cortney Cronberg Barko

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