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Contents Introduction 7 Part I: The Painter and the Writer Are One and the Same (Mis)placing the Muse: Ekphrasis in Cervantes' La Galatea 23 Frederick A. de Armas The Pomegranate of Don Quixote 1.9 42 E. C. Graf The Quixotic Art: Cervantes, Vasari, and Michelangelo 63 Christopher B. Weimer Part II: Ut Pictura Poesis Mirroring Desire in Early Modern Spanish Poetry: Some Lessons from Painting 85 Maria Cristina Quintero Inscribing Transgression, Siting Identity: Arguijo's and Phaëthon and Ganymede in Painting and Text 109 Mary E. Barnard Writing on the Fractured "I": Gongora's Iconographic Evocations of Vulcan, Venus, and Mars 130 Steven Wagschal Optics and Vocabularies of the Visual in Luis de Gongora and Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz 151 Emilie L. Bergmann Part III: Painting the Feminine Lope de Vega and Titian: The Goddess as Emblem of Sacred and Profane Love 167 Timothy Ambrose To Possess Her in Paint: (Pro)creative Failure and Crisis in El pintor de su deshonra 185 Laura Bass Visual and Oral Art(ifice) in Maria de Zayas's Desengaños amorosos 212 Lisa Voigt Part IV: Visual Rhetoric The Baroque at Play: Homiletic and Pedagogical Emblems in Francisco Garau and Other Spanish Golden Age Preachers 235 John T. Cull Quevedo Resting on His Laurels: A (Topo)graphical Topos in El Parnasso español 257 Julio Velez-Sainz Linguistic and Pictorial Conceits in the Baroque: Velazquez between Quevedo and Gracian 279 Lia Schwartz Contributors 301 Index 305
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Spanish literature Classical period, 1500-1700 History and criticism, Art and literature Spain