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- The Grotesque and the Modern Grotesque
- On the Grotesque: Strategies of Contradiction in Art and Literature
- Geoffrey Galt Harpham
- Grotesque by Design
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The Grotesque and the Modern Grotesque
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Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. In this comprehensive, original, and wide-ranging study, Geoffrey Galt Harpham argues that we should view the grotesque not as a marginal or aberrant form, but rather as a key to central concepts in the Western artistic tradition.
With discussions of pictorial and narrative art, and readings of theoretical statements by Kant, Hegel, Ruskin and others, this book expands our In this comprehensive, original, and wide-ranging study, Geoffrey Galt Harpham argues that we should view the grotesque not as a marginal or aberrant form, but rather as a key to central concepts in the Western artistic tradition.
With discussions of pictorial and narrative art, and readings of theoretical statements by Kant, Hegel, Ruskin and others, this book expands our concept of the grotesque, and enriches our understanding of art itself.
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Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 3. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Jan 19, Cameron rated it really liked it. Erudite, comprehensive, and extremely ambitious. Harpham's varying formulations of the grotesque's "essence"--the grotesque as an interval, a process, a set of traits, and a historically contradictory term--set off nicely his poststructuralist idea that the grotesque is a metaphor for art's totality itself.
May 27, Erin rated it really liked it. The book was clearly written as a call to other academics to further a field of study, but once acclimated to the slightly dry and erudite writing style this becomes a fascinating book. It spans genres of art looking for the origin, perpetuation, and implications of the grotesque. This is a good introductory book, and spawns many questions, points for investigation, creative ideas while taking the reader through history, art, literature, psychology, philosophy, myth, and magic.
This is an intere The book was clearly written as a call to other academics to further a field of study, but once acclimated to the slightly dry and erudite writing style this becomes a fascinating book. This is an interesting conversation because while there is much investigation on the concept of beauty and on ugliness, the grotesque is neither.
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On the Grotesque: Strategies of Contradiction in Art and Literature
Capriccio Disgust. Grottesco ; Fr. Grotesque ; Germ. Grotesk ; Span. In aesthetic terms, the grotesque is that which goes against classical rules, against authority. More specifically, the grotesque is a genre of both rupture and innovation.
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Grotesque by Design
Fiction of the Modern Grotesque pp Cite as. The psychic reasons for this proclivity are far from clear, but the proclivity itself has left its mark on a wide variety of cultures, from prehistory to the present, from the most primitive societies to the most sophisticated. From ice-age cave paintings to modern films, from shaman costumes and devil masks to the paintings of Dali and Picasso, from folk stories and fairy tales to the writings of Kafka, the transmutations of men, beasts, devils, and chimeras have made their bizarre progress, constantly changing with the world-views of the cultures which produced them, yet still retaining the essential qualities by which we may attempt to designate them as grotesques. In few ages has this proclivity been more pronounced than in our own. Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF. Skip to main content.
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