The Arts: An Affectional Ordering of Experience

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In an age when entertainment is a multi-billion dollar industry, this book makes an important distinction between art and entertainment. Using poetry as the means to illustrate his points, Glenn explores the role of art in human life. He discusses the external elements of artistic creation, rhythm, imagery, and composition which are connected to the sensual, imaginative, and rational planes of the human mind. He also presents his view of the vital role that art plays in the cultivation of truly human affections.

Book Details

Author/Translator : Glenn, E. Bruce

Publisher : The Academy of the New Church

Publication Date : 1993 The Academy of the New Church

Dimensions : 6.25 x 1 x 9.25

Language : English

ISBN-10 : 0-910557-07-1

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