Mythology and misogyny: the social discourse of nineteenth-century British classical-subject painting

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University of Wisconsin Press, 1989 - Art - 418 pages
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Being a close critical examination of antifeminist, gynophobic, and misogynistic images and themes in the neo-classicism which dominated English studio painting at the turn of the last century. The ... Read full review

Contents

Classicism as Social Discourse
5
Myth and Male Attitudes toward Women in Nineteenth
25
Edward BurneJones and the Early ClassicalSubject
65
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