Princeton, NJ 1972 Hard Cover First Edition, First Thus New in Near Fine jacket Text/BRAND NEW. Beige linen boards/Fine. DJ/NF; price-clipped w/trace edge rubs. Critical
analysis of embodying visual experience in poetic language. An essay in which " few propositions about the nature of literary pictorialism are discussed, and a few specific varieties of this pervasive phenomenon are illustrated by comparing Spenser's use of visual materials with that of other writers...In particular, Spenser's extensive imitation of Ariosto and Tasso is the occasion for detailed comparison of their descriptive and illustrative imagery with his representation of visual process." 5 chapters: 1, Introduction; 2, Description & Pictorialism; 3, The Visual Field; 4, Larger Sights; and 5, Pictorial Vision in the Poetry of Spenser. 218 pages. Fine copy.
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