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Dictionary of the History of Ideas

Studies of Selected Pivotal Ideas
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l'art en France
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Theory of Art for Art's Sake
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Roger Fry, Vision and Design (London, 1920). Théophile
Gautier, Mademoiselle de Maupin (Paris, 1834). Edmund
Gurney, The Power of Sound (London, 1880). Eduard
Hanslick, The Beautiful in Music (London, 1891). Hilaire
Hiler, Why Abstract? (New York, 1945). José Ortega y
Gasset, The Dehumanization of Art (Princeton, 1948).
Walter Pater, The Renaissance (Oxford, 1873). Louise
Rosenblatt, L'Idée de l'art pour l'art dans la littérature
anglaise pendant la période victorienne
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Singer, “The Aesthetics of 'Art for Art's Sake,'” JAAC, 12,
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Beginnings of L'art pour l'art,” JAAC, 11 (1953), 860-77.

IREDELL JENKINS

[See also Romanticism in Literature; Romanticism
in Post-Kantian Philosophy.]