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Author Rennella, Mark.

Title The Boston cosmopolitans [electronic resource] ; International travel and American arts and letters / Mark Rennella.

Published Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan, 2008.

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Physical description 288 p.
Notes Ebook.
Originally published in: 2008.
Contents Introduction * The 'Poetry of Motion': The Effect of Travel on the Lives and Thought of the Boston Cosmopolitans * Charles Eliot Norton and the Dawning of Cosmopolitanism in Boston * Travel and Creativity: The Role of Travel in Cosmopolitan Invention * Sharing the Experience of Cosmopolitanism through Literature * Expressing Cosmopolitanism through Art * Architecture: The Cosmopolitan Contribution to Public Space * World War I and the Demise of the Boston Cosmopolitans * The Boston Cosmopolitans: Contexts and Controversies.
File type Document
Summary This book traces the progression of cosmopolitanism from the private experience of a group of artists and intellectuals who lived and worked in Boston between 1865 and 1915 to finished works of monumental art that shaped public space. This book traces the progression of cosmopolitanism from the private experience of a group of artists and intellectuals who lived and worked in Boston between 1865 and 1915 to finished works of monumental art that shaped public space.
System notes Adobe Ebook Reader.
History notes Mark Rennella is a business researcher at BSG Concours in Lowell, Massachusetts.
Subject History of the Americas.
History.
ISBN 9780230611214 : 嵮20
0230611214 : 嵮20