Anamorphosis in Early Modern Literature: Mediation and Affect

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Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2010 - Art - 165 pages
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Drawing on extensive archival research, Jen Boyle investigates how the use of anamorphic perspective flourished in early modern England as a technology and medium in public interactive art, city and garden design, and as a theory and figure in literature, political theory and natural and experimental philosophy. This study offers a scholarly consideration of anamorphosis (its technical means, performances, and embodied practices) as an interactive media and cultural imaginary.
  

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Contents

Practical Perspective Lucy
15
Affect and
45
Affective Technics
63
The Observer in Miltons Garden and the Body of Anamorphosis
91
New Perspective the Spaces of Nationalism
111
Affect and Perceptual Technics in Daniel Defoes A Journal of
139
Bibliography
153
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About the author (2010)

Jen E. Boyle is assistant Professor of English at Coastal Carolina University, USA.

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