Table of contents for Art and imagination in Gothic England, 1170-1350 / Paul Binski.


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CONTENTS
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
PROLOGUE
Art, Imagination and Authority: Four Paths of Enquiry
 PART ONE EDIFICATION
CHAPTER I CANTERBURY: THE AESTHETICS OF MARTYRDOM
The Lily and the Rose
St Thomas and St Denis
The heroic mode and Canterbury's 'humanism'
CHAPTER II THE ASCETICS
The Masters
The Apostles of Simplicity
The sad case of Abbot John 
CHAPTER III MARY'S GREAT CHURCHES: LINCOLN AND SALISBURY
Arma virumque cano: St Hugh of Lincoln and the 1190s
O rerum novitas! Salisbury and the Langtonians
 PART TWO SANCTIFICATION
CHAPTER IV VIRIDITAS: ELY AND ST ETHELDREDA
The daughters of Anna
Gems and buds
CHAPTER V THE CLEFTS OF THE ROCK: WELLS
Historiola
The West Front
CHAPTER VI BECKET'S CROWN
The inner consecration of life
Holy Bishops, Holy Kings, Holy Friends
 PART THREE REGULATION
CHAPTER VII ORNAMENTA
Lateran IV: scope and limitations
Adiaphora
The Becket model
St Albans: edification, consolation and monastic reform
Contentions
CHAPTER VIII PASTORALIA
School and confessional
Castle of Love, Temple of the Lord
Picturing the Curriculum
St Edward's Speculum
What to do and think at Mass
Crux Horribilis: censorship in London and the cura animarum
 PART FOUR EXPRESSION
CHAPTER IX THE TREE OF LIFE
Tree and Flower
Imago Agens
Sweetness
CHAPTER X SUDDEN GLORY
Ave facies Praeclara
Joy, but not Mirth
The Envy of Angels?
CHAPTER XI MUSIC AND THE ANGELIC
Theophilus's Pact
Angelization and Seduction: the Angel Choir at Lincoln
EPILOGUE
Towards 1300: Virtuosity and Strangeness
NOTES
ABBREVIATIONS AND BIBLIOGRAPHY
INDEX




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Architecture, Gothic England, Church architecture England, Liturgy and architecture England, Architecture and religion England, England Church history