The emblematics of the self ekphrasis and identity in Renaissance imitations of Greek romance /
The Emblematics of the Self breaks new ground in understanding hegemonic and cosmopolitan European conceptions of the "other," as well as new possibilities for early modern identities, in an increasingly global Renaissance.
|Main Author:||Bearden, Elizabeth B., 1975-|
Toronto [Ont.] :
University of Toronto Press,
Emblematics of the Self : Ekphrasis and Identity in Renaissance Imitations of Greek Romance.
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PN56.I42 .B42 2012eb
PN721 .B42 2012eb