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    The Classic Is the Baroque: On the Principle of Wölfflin's Art History.Marshall Brown - 1982 - Critical Inquiry 9 (2):379-404.
    In the chapter on multiplicity and unity, the affective or anthropological motifs are both more complex and more interesting. Wölfflin’s initial distinction is between “the articulated system of forms of classic art and the flow of the baroque” . Imagery of fluidity pervades the chapter, for water, according to Wölfflin, “was the period’s favourite element” . “Now, and now only,” he says, “the greatness of the sea could find its representation”, and as if to inculcate this affinity he places the (...)
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    Evonne Levy. Baroque and the Political Language of Formalism : Burckhardt, Wölfflin, Burlitt, Brinckmann, Sedlmayr. Basel: Schwabe, 2015. 400 Pp. [REVIEW]Marshall Brown - 2018 - Critical Inquiry 44 (3):591-593.
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    Georges Gusdorf, "Fondements du Savoir Romantique". [REVIEW]Marshall Brown - 1988 - Journal of the History of Philosophy 26 (2):327.
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  4. Kant e i demoni della notte.Marshall Brown - 1984 - Studi di Estetica 4:155-166.
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    Mozart and After: The Revolution in Musical Consciousness.Marshall Brown - 1981 - Critical Inquiry 7 (4):689-706.
    There can be no question, of course, of any "influence" of Kant's or Rousseau's ideas on Mozart's musical structures. While I have used various loosely synonymous nonmusical terms—reverie, dream, unconscious, ethereal, and so on—the analysis could proceed on a nonmetaphorical, strictly technical basis. Indeed, much of it has. I should therefore clarify why I have superimposed this philosophical and literary layer on the musical analysis, even at the risk of giving the false impression that I wished to make the history (...)
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  6. Origins of Modernism: Musical Structures and Narrative Forms.Marshall Brown - 1992 - In Steven P. Scher (ed.), Music and Text: Critical Inquiries. Cambridge University Press. pp. 75--92.
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    The Tooth That Nibbles at the Soul: Essays on Music and Poetry.Marshall Brown - 2010 - University of Washington Press.
    Introduction : music and abstraction -- Music and fantasy -- German romanticism and music -- Negative poetics : on skepticism and the lyric voice -- Rethinking the scale of literary history -- Mozart, Bach, and musical abjection -- Moods at mid-century : Handel and English literature, 1740-1760 -- Passion and love : anacreontic song and the roots of romantic lyric -- Haydn's whimsy : poetry, sexuality, repetition -- Non Giovanni : Mozart with Hegel.
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    Undisciplined Reading: Heinrich Wölfflin’s Passions.Marshall Brown - 2018 - Critical Inquiry 44 (4):733-744.
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    Karl Ameriks, Ed. The Cambridge Companion to German Idealism.Henry Hardy, Stefano Bertolini, Marshall Brown, David Cannadine, Gianni Celati, Marianne Classon, James Conant, Cairns Craig & Susan Crane - 2002 - The European Legacy 7 (3):421-423.
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    The Shape of German Romanticism.Hermann F. Weiss & Marshall Brown - 1980 - Substance 9 (3):90.