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  • Voor vorst en stadby Samuel Mareel

    Amsterdam University Press 2010; US$ 39.50

    Deze publicatie onderzoekt voor het eerst de interactie tussen dergelijke vorstenfeesten en literatuur binnen een breed geografisch en tijdskader. Speciale aandacht gaat uit naar de kamers van retorica, die zich bezighielden met het schrijven en opvoeren van teksten en nauw betrokken waren bij het organiseren van vorstenfeesten. Hun stempel op deze... more...

  • The Aura of the Word in the Early Age of Print (1450?600)by Samuel Mareel

    Taylor and Francis 2017; US$ 54.95

    Did the invention of movable type change the way that the word was perceived in the early modern period? In his groundbreaking essay "The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction," the cultural critic Walter Benjamin argued that reproduction drains the image of its aura, by which he means the authority that a work of art obtains from its singularity... more...

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