The "Art " of Engagement: Ut Pictura Poesis Once More
An argument showing Andrew Marvell blends the boundaries between painting and poetry, engaging his audience in a liminal area of art.
||Engaging the reader/audience, Visual and Literary Arts, Andrew Marvell, Liminality, Seventeenth-Century Poetry
International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 3, Issue 3, pp.117-122.
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Joan Faust, Associate Professor of English at Southeastern Louisiana University, has presented and published on various areas of Medieval and Early Modern English poetry, including Dante, Donne, Jonson, Milton, and Marvell. She is presently working on a longer work exploring Marvell's use of the visual arts in his English poetry.
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