Copying, parody, and pastiche in the early work of Paul Cezanne
This thesis takes as its central theme the possible presence of techniques of copying, pastiche, and parody in the early poetry and painted works of Paul Cezanne. A chronologically-based assessment is made of Cézanne's various literary and visual efforts that might be seen to have been produced by such procedures in the period up to the end of the 1860s and the height of his so-called 'manière couillarde', Not only are the possible formal ramifications of such approaches discussed, particularly...[Show more]
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