By Jane Ellen Harrison
Ancient paintings and Ritual is a short evaluation of dance and artwork in historic Greece.
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Sleep, and with it the desired image in the mind's eye, refuses to do his bidding. 9), all it really signifies in Astrophil's sad tale is a failure of the imaginative and affective power of his own poetry. 10), sterile rhetoric devoid of the power to move or call forth the intended response in its addressee. 8), but caught in the seemingly unbreakable circle of imitation. Astrophil's artistic dilemma is articulated most famously in Sonnet No. 7) have (as he knows) claimed to have been doing before him.
Thus he finds himself in a constellation that theoretically offers all the Petrarchist rewards, from heightened self-awareness to an appreciation of virtue, the purification of his longing, and the miraculous experience of transcendent beauty. Still, for Sidney's poetic persona, these do not seem to work. Sonnet No. 5 leaves no doubt that he is excellently versed in the relevant doctrines: It is most true, that eyes are form'd to serve The inward light: and that the heavenly part Ought to be king, from whose rules who do swerve, Rebels to Nature, strive for their owne smart.
It is not only physical violence that is never far from his cavalier audacity, but a surprisingly clear consciousness of the potential hollowness of courtly mores. Thus, he _____________ 84 The Book of the Courtier From the Italian of Count Baldassare Castiglione Done into English by Sir Thomas Hoby, Anno 1561, 54. 85 See, for instance, the works discussed by Bryson (1998). Cf. also Uhlig (1973), Plett (1983), Geitner (1992), Shapin (1994), Skinner, (1994), Berger, Jr. (2000), Till (2004), Danneberg (2006).
Ancient art and ritual by Jane Ellen Harrison