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Gayle Sherwood's Charles Ives: A Guide to Research revisits, supplements, and enlarges upon Geoffrey Block's seminal Charles Ives: A Bio-Bibliography (New York: Greenwood Press, 1988), and is a valuable singlevolume resource for Ives scholarship.
In the Hypnerotomachia Colonna enlarges upon an antithesis originating with Petrarch through the rest of the chapter, in which Poliphilo alternates between conflicting emotional states.
Notably, he enlarges upon and corrects the view of Smith's "impartial spectator" and its function in his theory of literature and moral education, presented most recently by Martha Nussbaum (Poetic Justice: The Literary Imagination and Public Life, 1995) (pp.
This volume enlarges upon the theme of the interaction between commerce (focusing on the manufacture of and trade in silk) and religion in Eurasia begun in Xinru Liu's Ancient India and Ancient China: Trade and Religious Exchanges A.D.
In an age when the banalities of cultural studies have become an inescapable presence in every academic journal and college curriculum, it's exhilarating to experience the withering blasts of Gass' ire, and listen to him as he enlarges upon them by citing passages of poetry or prose that he particularly admires, wrapping the whole in an ornate latticework of example, exhortation, supposition, cross-reference, and caustic aside.
Richards enlarges upon the notion of the Functional Tradition.