The Aesthetics of Artifice: Villiers's L'Ève future (North Carolina Studies in the Romance Languages and Literatures) ebook
by Marie Lathers
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Published by: University of North Carolina Press, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill for its Department of Romance Studies. A detailed reading of Villiers de l'Isle-Adam's 1886 novelL'Eve future, this study explores the author's construction of the android woman from two angles: science and art. Marie Lathers shows that the novel is a satire of the era's belief that science would cure the ills of the modern world and redeem the femme fatale. She also exposes Villiers's prescient discussion of technologies that form hybrids of science and art.
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Villiers de l'Isle-Adam, familiar with Milton's Paradise Lost through Chateaubriand's translation, owes a greater debt to the English epic than the novelist's use of quotations as epigraphs in L'Ève Future would indicate
Villiers de l'Isle-Adam, familiar with Milton's Paradise Lost through Chateaubriand's translation, owes a greater debt to the English epic than the novelist's use of quotations as epigraphs in L'Ève Future would indicate. Villiers's three Eve figures (Alicia Clary, Evelyn Habal, and the android Hadaly) are each in a way permutations of mankind's mother as characterized by Milton.
114. lappuse The ambivalence and anxiety that surrounds these technologies that find their origin in the nineteenth century's discourse on demography is indicative of a broader bourgeois will to control and manipulate proliferation, a strategy that assumes. 144. lappuse Bcalc, Arthur. A Technical View of Nineteenth-Century Sculpture. Metamorphosis in Nineteenth-Century Sculpture. Ed. Jeanne L. Wasserman. Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP, 1975. Ventriloquized Bodies Kur ir pārējais grāmatas teksts? Lietotāju komentāri - Rakstīt atsauksm.
Ką žmonės sako - Rašyti recenziją. Neradome recenzijų įprastose vietose. Tekhne State of the Art and LEve future by John Anza. Bibliografinė informacija. Originalas iš. Mičigano universitetas.
A detailed reading of Villiers de l'Isle-Adam's 1886 novel L'Ève future, this study explores the author’s construction of the android woman from two angles: science and art. The only lengthy study of Villiers's novel in English, Lathers's book engages significant thinkers of nineteenth-century French aesthetic, medical, and scientific discourse.
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