Call#: Van Pelt Library ML3849 .W58
cosmic order/musical harmony pp. 30-73. cited by Kramer "Music and Representation"
on mimesis in 18th c. musical aesthetics, pp. 194-286. cited by Characteristic Symphony.
Call#: Van Pelt Library PN1969.C34 G67 2001
study of comic, often musical performance and medical discourse about hysteria in France in the decades before WWI. cited by Scott Paulin. "mere viewing of pathological or abnormal behavior will result in a similar pathology in the viewer."
Call#: Van Pelt Library ML499.3 .M67 1997
cited by Holly Watkins. chap. 6 "The Reign of Genius." Chua says pp. 4-18 = clear and succinct discussion of relationship between instrumental music and mimetic theories of art in 18th c.
Call#: Van Pelt Library BH181 .H75 2004
Hogarth: Dance and the Movement from Vision to Imagination; Eye and Mind
Kant: Phantom Sensations and Mistaken Subjects; Representative Pleasures
Call#: Van Pelt Library T14 .H287 2000
benjamin and afterlife of mimesis (CULTSTUD-L)
Call#: Van Pelt Library JC311 .A6 1991
universal languages with nonarbitrary signs (Chines, Latin, Arabic ideograms) enable European imagining of unified global community
Call#: Van Pelt Library Rosengarten Reserve PN1995.9.A8 C35 2005
Call#: Van Pelt Library PN1590.W64 D53 1997
alternative history to increasing realism; cited by Mary Ann Smart
Call#: Van Pelt Library Rosengarten Reserve PN1912 .B7 1995
cited by Mary Ann Smart
Call#: Van Pelt Library PN769.R7 A2 1958
best survey of mimesis and expression in all the arts of 18th c. according to mark evan bonds 2006
chapter 7 - relationship of organicism and aesthetics in late 18th and early 19th centuries