Among the many wonderful paintings in the Musée d’Orsay, in Paris, is a large canvas showing a sprawling group of farmworkers being paid for their labour during the harvest. 1,209 more words
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(Read more about this topic and Quince M.’s post here.)
How is this example, while also eminently “intertextual”, markedly different from the first? How would you redefine (also in light of the fragments from Life of Theoktiste and Theophanes Confessor) the processes of “writing”, “composing” and “reading”? 431 more words
For the last assignment Floris Bernard’s group discussed an 11th century poet and hymnographer, John Mauropous’, Letters. Below you can read Quince M.’s answers.
1. How is this example, while also eminently “intertextual”, markedly different from the first? 390 more words