Fugitive Pieces: Print and Prince
Liverpool University Press
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Attending to the trans-historical relations between Michaelangelo and the twentieth-century poet F.T. Prince, this chapter considers sculpted figures as forms of argumentation that persuade, coerce and express vulnerability. It argues that the artist’s skill in physical rendering negotiates the commissioner’s, the audience’s, and its own agendas.
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Publication: January 23, 2017 Series: Liverpool English Texts and Studies 67
Pollard, N. (2017) 'Fugitive Pieces: F.T. Prince and Sculpture' in ed. May, W. Reading F.T. Prince. Liverpool University Press
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