Issue 20.2


General Issue

Published: April 1987

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 9 essays, totalling 136 pages

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The essays in this general issue of Mosaic touch on a number of arts and explore a range of mental processes found both in the art itself and in its creation. Essays in this issue refer to the various forms of art: some consider the music of Bach and Handel, while others consider the art of Paul Cézanne and Dante Gabriel Rossetti. Other essays examine the meta-psychomachia in Umberto Eco’s The Name of the Rose, stages of the anima-figure in James Joyce’s Ulysses, typology in D.H. Lawrence, and space in John Fowles’s The French Lieutenant’s Woman.

Meta-Psychomachia in Eco's The Name Of the Rose

Laurel Braswell

Ethical Freedom and Visual Space: Filming The French Lieutenant's Woman

Charles Scruggs

From Eve to Helen: Stages of the Anima-Figure in Joyce's Ulysses

Jean Kimball

Toward History as Discontinuity: The Russian Formalists and Foucault

Evelyn Cobley

Victorian Artistic Recursions

Lawrence J. Starzyk

Mythic Consciousness: Cassirer's Theories and Strindberg's Practice

John Eric Bellquist

William Carlos Williams, Paul C?zanne and the "Technique of Originality"

Christopher J. Knight

England's Orpheus: Praise of Handel in Eighteenth-Century Poetry

Robert James Merrett

Aaron's Rod: D.H. Lawrence's Revisionist Typology

Virginia Hyde