Main Trends in Aesthetics and the Sciences of Art

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BIBLIOGRAPHICAL ANNEX

I. LIST OF WORKS CITED

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ABRAMS, Charles, Forbidden Neighbors, New York, Harper, 1955.

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ADAMS, Nan, 'Corporate identity as a system', Dot Zero, No. 2, 1967.

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AGBLEMAGNON, Ferdinand N'sougan, "'Sociologie littéraire et artistique de l'Afrique'", Diogène, No. 74, Apr.-June 1971, pp. 96-115 (parallel publication of English version, 'The literary and artistic sociology of Black Africa', translation by Simon Pleasance, Diogenes, No. 74, Summer 1971, pp. 89-110).

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ALBERTI, Leon Battista, Ten Books on Architecture, translation by James Leoni, edited by J. RYKWERT, London, Tiranti, 1965.

ALBRECHT, Milton C., "'The relationship of literature and society'", American Journal of Sociology LIX ( 5), 1954, pp. 425-436.

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ALEXANDER, Christopher W., Notes on the Synthesis of Form, Cambridge (Mass.), Harvard University Press, 1964 (French translation, De la synthèse de la forme, Paris, Dunod, 1971)

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