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The Visual Arts, Pictorialism, and the Novel:
James, Lawrence, and Woolf
Marianna Torgovnick

Paperback | 2014 | $37.00/ £25.95 | ISBN: 9780691611419
280 pp. | 6 x 9
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Marianna Torgovnick maintains that it is worthwhile to think about novels in terms of the visual arts--in part because major novelists like James, Lawrence, and Woolf did so, and did so fruitfully, as they were influenced by their perceptions of artistic movements.

Originally published in 1985.

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