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She elegantly synthesizes and deftly engages seemingly disparate lines of thought while taking advantage of her well-honed insights into the political overtones of classical rhetoric and its influence on Quevedo. A clearly spectacular picture of Quevedo's political thought emerges from this book's pages.
Ariadna Garcia-Bryce analyzes Quevedo's body-centered, mystical conception of performative authority and his loss of faith in the viability of language as an instrument of value in an order that makes it subservient to the power of the state. Greer, Duke University "Transcending Textuality is a fascinating study of the culture of display in early modern Spain.
Focusing on the works of Quevedo, Ariadna Garca-Bryce brings together a multiplicity of approaches in order to provide new insights on his political views and his place in the culture of the Spanish Baroque. She clearly shows how Quevedo diverges from writers such as Saavedra Fajardo and Gracin, undermining the impetus of the emergent state and its uses of rhetorical artifice.
Quevedo, in his writings, seeks to exalt art, evincing its prominent social and sacred role. And yet, in so doing, he rejects new mediated forms and the use of rhetorical artifice as exhibition.
Garca-Bryce is able to show not only Quevedo's conflictive stance toward modernity but also his reaction to the many changes that were taking place in the Spain of the Habsburgs.
This is a thoughtful and complex study that will be of great interest to those who study the literature, culture, and history of the Baroque. Quevedo's political prose is understudied and underappreciated, and frequently isolated or sidelined from studies of his poetry and prose fiction.
But in this welcome book, Ariadna Garcia-Bryce eloquently explores the common threads that unite Quevedo's political tracts and satire with other facets of his work-his preoccupation with communication, his concern with the sociopolitical role of the spoken and written word, and his engagement with the changing monarchy in a time of tremendous transition.
The author has done a splendid job of elucidating what she rightly characterizes as Quevedo's conflicted relationship with the republic of letters, and in making intelligible Quevedo's political theory, a daunting corpus of texts.
Readers will find the range of Transcending Textuality breathtaking, embracing history, literature, political philosophy, the visual arts, and more.
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