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The artistic and literary maze of Latin-occupied Greece cannot be analysed by a conventional approach. Follow the author and the historical protagonists of his tales in a journey through a fragmentary shape-shifting corpus, from the medieval translations of Aristotle to pornographic animal tales carved on church columns. The book explains how art and literature were intertwined, how they evolved from the times of Nicetas Choniates to those of Isabella of Lusignan, and under what influences. It is based on the assumption that history is a form of literature, as they both share an “arbitrary distribution of emphasis” (Isaiah Berlin).
In: The Culture of Latin Greece
In: The Culture of Latin Greece
In: The Culture of Latin Greece
In: The Culture of Latin Greece
In: The Culture of Latin Greece
In: The Culture of Latin Greece
In: The Culture of Latin Greece
In: The Culture of Latin Greece