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And here are a few additional readings you may be interested in….

· Beverley, John 1988. “Going Baroque?” Boundary 15(3) & 16(1): 27-39.

· Buci-Glucksman, Christine La Folie du Voir: De l’esthétique Baroque. Paris: Editions Galilée. 1986.

· Calloway, Stephen Baroque Baroque, the Culture of Excess. London: Phaidon. 1994.

· Coyne, Petah Neo Baroque! Charta, 2006.

· Cro, Stelio “Fellini’s Freudian Psyche Between Neo-Realism and Neo Baroque,” Canadian Journal of Italian Studies 18 (5): 162-83. 1995.

· Degli-Esposti, Christina “The Neo-Baroque Scopic Regime in Postmodern Cinema: Metamorphosis and Morphogeneses. The Case of Peter Greenaway’s Encyclopedic Cinema,” Cinefocus 4. 1996.

· Degli-Esposti, Christina “Sally Potter’s Orlando and the Neo-Baroque Scopic Regime,” Cinema Journal 36 (1, Fall 1996):75-93.

· Degli-Esposti, Christina “Federico Fellini’s Intervista or the Neo-Baroque Creativity of the Analysand on Screen,” Italica (Spring1996).

· Deleuze, Gilles The Fold: Leibniz and the Baroque. Trans. Tom Conley. Minneapolis: University of Minneapolis Press, 1993. (Originally published 1988).

· Greenberg, Mitchell Baroque Bodies: Psychoanalysis and the Culture of French Absolutism, Cornell University Press, 2001.

· Guardini, Francesco “Old and New, Modern and Postmodern: Baroque and Neobaroque,” McLuhan Studies 4, 1996. (Available at: http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/mcluhan-studies/v1_iss4/1_4index.htm).

· Guardini, Francesco “Baroque and Neobaroque: the Great Retrievals,” Forum Italicum 30 (1): 1996. 129-35.

· Jay, Martin Downcast Eyes: the Denigration of Vision in Twentieth-Century French Thought. Berkeley: University of California Press. 1994.

· Kaup, Monika “Becoming-Baroque: Folding European Forms into the New World Baroque with Alejo Carpentier”, The New Centennial Review , Volume 5, Number 2, Fall 2005, pp. 107-149.

· Lambert, Gregg The Return Of The Baroque In Modern Culture, Continuum International Publishing Group (November 30, 2004)

· Lima, Luiz Costa Dispersa Demanda. Rio de Janeiro: Francisco Alves Editora. 1981.

· Mataix, Remedios, “Para una teoría de la cultura: La expresión Americana de José Lezama Lima”, Rassegna Iberistica, 73 (2001), pp. 91-92.

· Noys, Benjamin “Tulse Luper Database: Peter Greenaway, the New Media Object and the Art of Exhaustion”, Image and Narrative, August 2005.
http://www.imageandnarrative.be/tulseluper/noys.htm

· Tweedie, James “Caliban’s Books: The Hybrid Text in Peter Greenaway’s Prospero’s Books”, Cinema Journal, 40, Number 1, Fall 2000, pp. 104-126.

· Purgar, Kresimir The Neo-Baroque Subject, Meandarmedia, 2007.

· Spadaccini, Nicholas and Luis Martin-Estudillo, ed.s Hispanic Baroques: Reading Cultures In Context, Vanderbilt University Press, 2005.

· Wakefield, Steve Carpentier’s Baroque Fiction: Returning Medusa’s Gaze, Tamesis Books, 2004.

· Wacker, Kelly Ed. Baroque Tendencies in Contemporary Art, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Cambridge, 2008

· Zamora, Lois Parkinson “Magic Realism and the New World Baroque”: http://www.uh.edu/~englmi/ObjectsAndSeeing_intro.html

· Zamudio-Taylor, Victor and Elizabeth Armstrong, Ultra Baroque: Aspects of Post Latin American Art, 2000.

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