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Volume 10, Number 3, September 2004
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Bhogal, Gurminder. "Maurice Ravel, Metric Dissonance, Art Nouveau, Ornament, French Aesthetics, Symbolism, Arabesque." University of Chicago, August 2004.

AUTHOR: Bhogal, Gurminder

TITLE: Maurice Ravel, Metric Dissonance, Art Nouveau, Ornament, French Aesthetics, Symbolism, Arabesque

INSTITUTION: University of Chicago

COMPLETED: August 2004

TOC:
CHAPTER 1. RHYTHM AS ORNAMENT
CHAPTER 2. HISTORIES OF ARABESQUE
CHAPTER 3. ORNAMENT, TRAGEDY, AND THE 'FEMME FATALE' IN RAVEL'S 'ONDINE' (1908)
CHAPTER 4. "D'UNE FAIBLESSE EXTREME": ARABESQUE AND METRIC DISSONANCE IN 'DAPHNIS ET CHLOE' (1912)
CHAPTER 5. THE DISENCHANTMENT OF ORNAMENT IN THE 'TRIO' (1914)
EPILOGUE: THE DECLINE OF ORNAMENT

CONTACT:
Gurminder Bhogal
gkbhogal@uchicago.edu

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