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Cities Built to Music

Aesthetic Theories of the Victorian Gothic Revival

Michael Bright

Frontmatter and Preface
Introduction

1: The Aesthetic Motive of Revivalism
2: Architecture as Music, Painting, and Poetry
3: Expressionism

Figures 10–23: Public Buildings, Academic Buildings, Churches, Country Houses, Houses

4: Mimesis
5: Pragmatism: Pleasure
6: Pragmatism: Instruction
7: Pragmatism: Function

Conclusion
Notes
Bibliography
Index

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