[Milton-L] Re: porno vs. art?
bcarlb at comcast.net
Mon Nov 28 00:23:02 EST 2005
Seems, Prof. Strier, you have a whole taxonomy of pornography up your
sleeve; you are planning an entire issue of MP on the subject aren't you?
You'll snap up "Pornography in art" (and perhaps "Art in pornography" ?) for
yourself; and you'll invite James Rovira based on his post yesterday to do
"Porn without art: capers in early cable." But give us a preview of the
rest; what, and who, else do have in mind? I can try to imagine an article
or two but really haven't the scope or the art:
"Sex sells: 30 years of cover art on 'Milton' paperbacks."
"For whom and From whom I was Formed, Flesh of thy Flesh: 'F' words in
"Debbie done Donne, prevenient pornography in the Metaphysicals."
"Before, behind, between, etcetera: pornographic pentameters, Spenser
Of course the cover for your issue could only be "La Source."
----- Original Message -----
From: "Richard Strier" <rastrier at uchicago.edu>
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Subject: Re: [Milton-L] Re: porno vs. art?
>I think something can be BOTH "art" and "pornography -- like much of Book 4
>and some of book 5 of PL (to return where we started, and to get everyone's
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