Título: Achille Bocchi, and the Emblem Book as ...
Editorial: Cambridge University Press, Cambridge
Año de publicación: 1993
Condición del libro: Fine
Condición de la sobrecubierta: Fine DJ
Edición: First edition.
Achille Bocchi and the Emblem Book as Symbolic Form is an introductory study of the Symbolicae Quaestiones, published in Bologna in 1555, in which Elizabeth See Watson argues that the context of the Symbolicae Quaestiones reflects the intellectual and cultural currents of the university and the literary academies rather than the hidden heresies of the sixteenth century. In order to make Bocchi's work more accessible to readers, the first part of the book provides a biographical context. The second part explores poetic theory and the symbol in the development of Bocchi's symbols, then examines the rhetorical strategy of paradox and the symbolism of mythology in the way they shape the content of the work. Bocchi fashioned his symbols, each one an emblematic unit of poem, engraving, and motto, from a mix of classical and post-classical myth, symbol, and fable and from allusions to his contemporaries. The iconography of these emblematic units and of the closely related facade design for Bocchi's palazzo, serves as a programmatic statement for Bocchi's interrelated projects.Book Description:
An introductory study of the Symbolicae Quaestiones which argues that their context reflects the intellectual and cultural currents of the university and the literary academies rather than the hidden heresies of the sixteenth century.
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