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The Cognitive Revolution in Western Culture, Volume 1

Don LePan - Literary Criticism & Collections - 1996 - 370 pages
Why are the plots of Shakespeare and his contemporaries so different from those of his predecessors? This book argues that the answer is in part that certain forms of ...
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The Humanities in Western Culture: A Search for Human Values

Robert Carson Lamm, Neal Miller Cross - Education - 1996 - 583 pages
This edition provides a brief introduction to all areas of the humanities. It includes visual arts, literature, drama, music, religion and philosophy, and covers pre-history ...
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Ballet in Western Culture: A History of Its Origins and Evolution

Carol Lee - Performing Arts - 2002 - 368 pages
First Published in 2002. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
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Becoming Divine: An Introduction to Deification in Western Culture

M. David Litwa - Religion - 2013 - 290 pages
"Some have called it the essence of sin, others the depth of salvation. Regardless of one's evaluation of it, however, deification throughout Western history has been a part of ...
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Embodied Voices: Representing Female Vocality in Western Culture

Leslie C. Dunn, Nancy A. Jones - Music - 1996 - 254 pages
Explores cultural manifestations of female vocality in the light of theories of subjectivity, the body, and sexual difference.
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The Female Body in Western Culture: Contemporary Perspectives

Susan Rubin Suleiman - Social Science - 1986 - 389 pages
Discusses the images of women in art, films, and literature, social attitudes towards women, and changing perceptions of sexual roles
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Butterfly's Sisters: The Geisha in Western Culture

Yoko Kawaguchi - PERFORMING ARTS - 2010 - 353 pages
In this fascinating and wide-ranging book, Yoko Kawaguchi explores the Western portrayal of Japanese women--and geishas in particular--from the mid-nineteenth century to the ...
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