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A complete revision and amplification of an earlier thesis, Gongorism and the artistic culture of the golden age, submitted in 1926.
|Statement||by Elisha K. Kane, with decorations by the author.|
|LC Classifications||PQ6066 .K3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 p. 1., ix-xvi, 275 p.|
|Number of Pages||275|
|LC Control Number||28014921|
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A complete revision and amplification of an earlier thesis, Gongorism and the artistic culture of the golden age, submitted in Description: 3 pages 1., ix-xvi, pages frontispiece (portrait) xxiv plates (including music) 22 cm.
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In "Gongorism and the Golden Age" Professor Kane starts out to talk entertainingly and wittily about Gon gorism as such. The term originated in Spain, and the Golden Age referred to in the title was that period of ex uberance and glory in Spanish art between.
If entering a golden age means stumbling forth from a desolate medievalism, the successors of Sontag and Didion have a high bar to clear.
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