Looking In: The Art of Viewing / Edition 1by Mieke Bal, Norman Bryson
Pub. Date: 03/01/2001
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
First published in 2001. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company. See more details below
First published in 2001. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Table of Contents
|Introduction to the Series|
|Introduction: Art and Intersubjectivity||1|
|Dispersing Gaze: Focalization||41|
|Dispersing the Image: Vermeer Story||65|
|Calling to Witness: Lucretia||93|
|On Show: Inside the Ethnographic Museum||117|
|On Grouping: The Caravaggio Corner||161|
|Vision in Fiction: Proust and Photography||191|
|Second-Person Narrative: David Reed||213|
|The Knee of Narcissus||239|
|Afterword: Looking Back||259|
|List of Figures||281|
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Walks in. Hello? She calls. Then she sees a liepard and smiles at it. She gently rubs its head. It rubs against her hand. Where is your trainer? She kindly asks it.
She doesn't store her Pokemon in machines. She lets them out to bond with each other. Her house is up in a tree, so it helps with evolving and gets less damage problems. She has a Persian, 2 other Eevees, Purrloin, Liepard, 3 Lillipups, Herdier, Dedenne, Skitty, 2 Delcattys, Pandacham, Zigzagoon, Shaymin, and a Pichu. She wants to collect all Eeveelutions. She only ever has Ultra Balls for Pokemon she is extremly determind to catch, and Heal Balls, witch she uses all the time. In the main room of her house is a life time supply of Energy Roots and all kinds of Potions and berries. Her constant team is Caden: Glaceon, Meowth, and Slice: Minccino.