Table of contents for Writing for the eyes in the Spanish Golden Age / edited by Frederick A. de Armas.

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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