Über dieses Produkt
- KurzbeschreibungNo doubt, people who have an artistic bent often<br>realize their full creative potential in more than<br>one field of the arts. Musicians are not only<br>musicians, painters are not only painters and poets<br>are not just poets. Throughout her short life, Sylvia<br>Plath was similarly interested in a variety of<br>pursuits, including drawing, for which she had a<br>quite remarkable gift. This book attempts to trace<br>her development as both poet and artist through a<br>close examination of her letters, journal entries,<br>and last but not least poems related to art. Indeed,<br>if, through a painting, an artist such as Henri<br>Rousseau expresses his innermost feelings, then<br>Sylvia Plath likewise reveals her inner life, her<br>artistic preoccupations and concerns, in these early<br>meditations on art. This book takes a closer look at<br>Sylvia Plath's artistic career, gives an introduction<br>to the ekphrastic theory and finally discusses<br>various poems and their respective paintings through<br>the eyes of the artist(s).<br>
- AutorKraler-Bergmann Doris
- Seiten96 Seiten
- Gewicht144 g
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