The Dream of the Moving Statue

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Index
Aarsleff, Hans, 229n7
Abraham, Karl, 184
Abraham, Nicholas, 36, 195, 210n12
Adorno, T. W., 215n2
Agamben, Giorgio, 209n11, 223n12, 237n33
Agrippa von Nettesheim, Heinrich Cornelius, 13
Ahl, Frederick, 216n18
Allegory, 47-49, 84, 130-31, 191, 230n
Anatomy represented as sculpture, 1719, 207n6
Apocalyptic writing, 47-49, 87
Apostrophe, 56-57, 140, 221n42. See also Prosopopoeia
Ariadne (Roman sculpture), 170-71
Ariès, Philippe, 207n9
Aristotle, 21
Augustine, Saint, 50, 80
Authority, 10, 16-17, 49, 57, 62, 193. See also Revolution
Automata, 7, 135, 147, 201-2, 226n2, 229n7, 233n7
Awakening statues, 11, 13, 86-91, 93109, 163-66
Bacon, Francis, 16, 239n41
Bandinelli, Baccio, 175
Barkan, Leonard, 93, 215n11, 220n38, 226n29, 234n2, 235n11
Barthes, Roland, 15, 25, 130, 206n1
Baudelaire, Charles, 8, 155, 237n33
Bauer, Douglas F., 216n13
Baum, Paul Franklin, 227n4
Baxandall, Michael, 243n25
Beckett, Samuel, 203, 229n7
Bennett, Bonnie, 242n17
Berengario, Jacopo, 207n6
Bible
Daniel 2:32-35, 47-49
Exodus32 (golden calf), 46-47
Genesis32:24-32, 64-65
ideas of idolatry and iconoclasm in, 16, 43-50, 66, 179-81
1 Samuel5:1-5, 44-45
Psalm115, 45-46
Blake, William
" Laocoön," 67-68
Milton,61-68, 75
Blanchot, Maurice, 22, 238n35
Bleeding statues, 77-78, 86-91, 219n. See also Blushing statues
Bloom, Harold, 64
Blushing statues, 77-78, 80
Bodies, fate of, 17-19, 21-22
Brancusi, Constantin, 173, 240n1
Broken statues, 11, 33, 35, 46-48, 51-52, 59-60, 152-54, 163-64
Brooks, Peter, 245n47
Browning, Robert " The Bishop Orders His Tomb at Saint Praxed's," 19-21
Brunel, Pierre, 207n7
Burke, Kenneth, 49
Byron, George Gordon ( Lord Byron), 51
Caesarius of Heisterbach, 219n
Callistratus, 143-45, 164-65, 235n11
Camille, Michael, 219n
Canova, Antonio, 69-70

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Table of contents

  • The Dream of the Moving Statue *
  • Contents *
  • Illustrations *
  • Preface *
  • Part One *
  • 1 - Signs of Life: an Introduction *
  • 2 - The Death of Sculpture *
  • 3 - Eating the Statue *
  • Part Two *
  • 4 - Idolomachia *
  • 5 - You May Touch This Statue *
  • 6 - Resisting Pygmalion *
  • Part Three *
  • 7 - Crossings *
  • 8 - The Space between *
  • Part Four 136
  • 9 - Talking with Statues *
  • 10 - The Thing Itself (Which Does Not Move) *
  • Coda: Ordinary Statues 199
  • Notes *
  • Index *
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