Table of contents for The coral mind : Adrian Stokes's engagement with architecture, art history, criticism, and psychoanalysis / edited by Stephen Bann.

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List of Illustrations
Bibliographical Note
Stephen Bann
Stokes and the Architectural Basis of the Sculptural
Alex Potts
"A Deep and Necessary Commerce": Venice and the "Architecture 
of Colour-Form"
Stephen Kite
"The House of the Mind": On Piero, Perspective, and 
Peter Leech
"We Are Exalted": Adrian Stokes_s Coming to Terms with 
Michelangelo_s Massiveness
David Hulks
Stokes_s Analysis
Richard Read
Portrait of an Analyst: Adrian Stokes and Melanie Klein
Lyndsey Stonebridge
Healing Art_Healing Stokes
Janet Sayers
"Showing Openly the Inside of Action": Place, Ballet, 
Martin Golding
The Art Historian as Art Critic: In Praise of Adrian Stokes
David Carrier
"Inferential Muscle" and the Work of Criticism: Michael 
Baxandall on Adrian Stokes 
Art-Critical Language
Paul Tucker
To Bring the Distant Things Near: Distance in Relation to the 
Work of Art in 
¿tienne Jollet
Stones of Solace
Michael Ann Holly

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Stokes, Adrian Durham, 1902-1972.