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English Literature H: Painting, Italy, and English Literature, Spring-Fall 2004
Lecture no. Lecture Outline Handouts
[01] Introduction [pdf] [pdf]
[02] Italy as Seen by Writers: Italy and the Antiquity [pdf] [pdf]
Medieval to Early Modern Periods
[03] The Origins of Britain and Italy [pdf] [pdf]
[04] Narrative Painting and European Literature 1: Religious Paintings [pdf] [pdf]
[05] Narrative Painting and European Literature 2: Italian Subjects [pdf] [pdf]
[06] Painting in Literature [pdf] [pdf]
[07] The Elizabethan Image of Italy: Machiavelli and Castiglione [pdf] [pdf]
[08] Italy in Early Modern Travel Writing and Prose Fiction [pdf] [pdf]
[09] Shakespeare and Italy 1: Anamorphosis and the Representation of Venice in Othello [pdf] [pdf]
[10] 16th- and 17th-century Emblem Books and Iconographical Approaches to English Literature [pdf] [pdf]
[11] Shakespeare and Italy 2: Petrarchism in Romeo and Juliet and Shakespeare Illustrated [pdf] [pdf]
The 18th Century
[12] The Grand Tour in Practice [pdf] [pdf]
[13] Travel Narratives of the Grand Tour [pdf] [pdf]
[14] The Grand Tour and the Collecting of Italian Paintings 1[pdf]  
[15] The Grand Tour and the Collecting of Italian Paintings 2 [pdf] [pdf]
[16] The Fashion of the Picturesque [pdf] [pdf]
[17] 18th-century Landscape Poetry [pdf] [pdf]
The 19th Century and Beyond
[18] Book Illustrations in the 19th Century [pdf] [pdf]
[19] Lord Byron and the British Image of Italy [pdf] [pdf]
[20] Literature and Paintings/Photographs in the 19th Century [pdf] [pdf]
[21] The Unification of Italy and the Romantic Poets [pdf] [pdf]
[22] Tourism and Literature: the Growth of Interest in the Italian Renaissance [pdf]  
[23] Anti-tourism and Italy [pdf] [pdf]
[24] Conclusion  

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