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Eccentric Spaces The Subject Is The Human Imagination And The Mysterious Interplay Between The Imagination And The Spaces It Has Made For Itself To Live In Gardens, Rooms, Buildings, Streets, Museums And Maps, Fictional Topographies, And Architectures The Book Is A Lesson In Seeing And Sensing The Manifold Forms Created By The Mind For Its Own Pleasure.Like All Of Robert Harbison S Works, Eccentric Spaces Is A Hybrid, Informed By The Author S Interests In Art, Architecture, Fiction, Poetry, Landscape, Geography, History, And Philosophy The Subject Is The Human Imagination And The Mysterious Interplay Between The Imagination And The Spaces It Has Made For Itself To Live In Gardens, Rooms, Buildings, Streets, Museums And Maps, Fictional Topographies, And Architectures The Book Is A Lesson In Seeing And Sensing The Manifold Forms Created By The Mind For Its Own Pleasure.Palaces And Haunted Houses, Victorian Parlors, Renaissance Sculpture Gardens, Factories, Hill Towns, Ruins, Cities, Even Novels And Paintings Constructed Around Such Environments These Are The Spaces Over Which The Author Broods Brilliantly Learned, Deliberately Remote In Form From Conventional Scholarship, Eccentric Spaces Is A Magical Book, An Intellectual Adventure, A Celebration.Since Its Original Publication In 1977, Eccentric Spaces Has Had A Devoted Readership Now It Is Available To Be Discovered By A New Generation Of Readers.


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10 thoughts on “Eccentric Spaces

  1. says:

    One of my favorite books of the 80s although it was published in 1977, I didn t discover it until it was republished by Godine in 1988.This book is an enchanted, oddly learned meditation on the sense of place It requires a certain negative capability of its readers Harbison r


  2. says:

    This book was one of the greatest books I ever read and influenced me Harbison s treating fictional spaces in literature is a brilliant strategy for evoking the intention of the authors and exploring the ideas that ...


  3. says:

    This book was made less tiresome by imagining it was written by Steven Millhauser Thank you to Jorge Luis Borges for his story of Pierre Menard that gave me the idea.


  4. says:

    Museums Journak bookshelf by Riika Kuittinen.


  5. says:

    This is a book waving between realities and dreaming Are included a lot of mainly architectural dreams of Gardens, Sanctums, Cities, Museums, Streets, Monuments, Churches, Castles, Stations, Fictional Places, Maps, Museum Catalogues You are not sure what is writing about Of course always there is a space proble


  6. says:

    Gardens always mean something else, man absolutely uses one thing to say another Vegetation in gardens is symbolic, hence one can write about them without using the names of plants, and people sometimes do without plants entirely in sculpture courts and sand gardens But the trees in gardens are already statues and the g


  7. says:

    This book was very close to going on the abandoned shelf just a few too many references I didn t get although they were very rewarding when I did a little too much like name dropping when you don t know the names being dropped You just nod and smile and assume you ll get what they re talking...


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