By Jon R. Snyder,Juan Antonio Méndez
La estética del Barroco analiza con rigor y minuciosidad los textos de aquellos autores que podemos considerar antecedentes inmediatos del arte y los angeles literatura barrocos, pero es a los clásicos de l. a. agudeza y el ingenio, de l. a. nueva concepción de los angeles belleza, Marino, Gracián y Tesauro, a los que presta mayor atención. Completa su estudio con un análisis de los autores y textos barrocos que se han ocupado de las artes visuales y de aquellos filósofos que ya en el siglo xviii desarrollaron algunas de las principles centrales del barroco.
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