Angels of reality : Emersonian unfoldings in Wright, Stevens, and Ives (Livro, 1993) [WorldCat.org]
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Angels of reality : Emersonian unfoldings in Wright, Stevens, and Ives

Autor: David Michael Hertz
Editora: Carbondale : Southern Illinois University Press, ©1993.
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In this exciting new book, David Michael Hertz demonstrates how three major artists - Frank Lloyd Wright, Wallace Stevens, and Charles Ives - were influenced by Emerson's nineteenth-century transcendentalism. By focusing on the relative statements of the artists themselves, Hertz shows that Emerson's belief that all things are in flux, including matter and spirit, had direct bearing on the form and content of their  Ler mais...
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Gênero/Forma: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Pessoa Denominada: Frank Lloyd Wright; Wallace Stevens; Charles Ives; Charles Ives; Wallace Stevens; Frank Lloyd Wright; Ralph Waldo Emerson; Charles Ives; Wallace Stevens; Frank Lloyd Wright; Frank Lloyd Wright; Wallace Stevens; Charles Ives; Ralph Waldo Emerson; Ralph Waldo Emerson; Frank Lloyd Wright; Wallace Stevens; Charles Ives; Frank Lloyd Wright; Wallace Stevens; Charles Ives
Tipo de Material: Recurso Internet
Tipo de Documento Livro, Recursos de internet
Todos os Autores / Contribuintes: David Michael Hertz
ISBN: 080931746X 9780809317462
Número OCLC: 24629913
Descrição: xxiv, 354 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Conteúdos: pt. 1. The Conflict of Creativity. 1. Influences and Intertexturalities in Wright, Stevens, and Ives. 2. The Emersonian Fund and Its Three Heirs. 3. Frank Lloyd Wright Rejects the Renaissance. 4. Wallace Stevens: The Spiritual Epicure, His Beau langage, and the Necessary God. 5. Ives, Emerson, and Rival Composers. 6. Quotation and Originality in a Poet, a Composer, and an Architect --
pt. 2. Metaphors of Value in Three Modern Transcendentalists. 7. On Metaphors of Art and Value. 8. Of Moral Values and American Machismo as the Angels Take Flight. 9. Beginning with Emerson's Nature as Religion. 10. Architecture's Poetic Symphony: Mixing Metaphors of the Arts. 11. When the Cat Runs over the Snow or Experience, Ordinary Realities, and the Idea of Art.
Responsabilidade: David Michael Hertz.
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In this exciting new book, David Michael Hertz demonstrates how three major artists - Frank Lloyd Wright, Wallace Stevens, and Charles Ives - were influenced by Emerson's nineteenth-century transcendentalism. By focusing on the relative statements of the artists themselves, Hertz shows that Emerson's belief that all things are in flux, including matter and spirit, had direct bearing on the form and content of their works. Hertz writes the book as a meditation on the condition of the artist in America, including biographical and historical information as well as his own interpretations of the three artists' works. In Part 1 he examines the emerging creative mind of the architect, poet, and composer, citing Emerson as the central figure who, through his essays, influenced each of them. By tracing their development as powerful and original thinkers, Hertz examines the processes that enabled them to become unique. In Part 2 he connects Emerson, Wright, Stevens, and Ives through a shared ideology, evident both in their critical statements and in their creative work. He shows how all three artists had specific documented knowledge of Emerson's major works. Their pragmatism, their preoccupation with the primacy of the senses, their predilection for analogy and loose metaphor, their dedication to individuality and self-reliance, and their eclecticism and conception of originality were shared traits and beliefs gleaned from Emerson. Hertz is the first writer to bring these four major American figures together in a single work. He makes it clear that Emersonianism reaches far into twentieth-century American culture and into the realms of art and music as well as literature. This book will interest not only Emerson, Wright, Stevens, and Ives scholars but other individuals involved in the arts, the humanities, and interdisciplinary studies as well.

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