Table of contents for Baroque garden cultures : emulation, sublimation, subversion.

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Introduction: The New Horizons of Baroque Garden Cultures	1
	Michel Conan
European Networks, from Emulation to Sublimation
Of Plants and Gardeners, Prints and Books: Reception and Exchange 	37
in Northern European Garden Culture 1648/1725
	Erik A. de Jong
Gardens of Knowledge and the RÄpublique des Gens de Sciences 	85
	Lucia Tongiorgi Tomasi
Emulating the Politics of Garden Display
Pastoral Landscape and Social Politics in Baroque Rome	131
	Tracy L. Ehrlich
The Aesthetic and Social Reception and Development 	183	of the 
Baroque Garden in Sweden 
	Magnus Olausson
Saxon Baroque Gardens (1694/1733): Nature's Entertainment Palaces	213
	Roland Puppe
Sublimation and Subversion of Baroque Garden Politics
Islands of Delight: Shifting Perceptions of the Borromean Islands	245
	Margherita Azzi Visentini
Spectacle, Ritual, and Social Relations: The Son of Heaven, Citizens, 
and Created Space in Imperial Gardens in the Northern Song	291
	Stephen H. West
Friendship and Imagination in French Baroque Gardens before 1661	321
	Michel Conan
Polity and Politeness at Castle Howard: Awed and Angry Visitors 	383
in a Baroque Landscape Architecture 
	Lance Neckar
Contributors	413
Index	417

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Gardens, Baroque.