The Poetics of Transubstantiation: From Theology to Metaphor

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Douglas Burnham, Enrico Giaccherini
Ashgate, 2005 - Literary Criticism - 181 pages
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This title is an investigation into the concept of transubstantiation, using an approach which covers theoretical and philosophical treatments, questions of its ethical, political and aesthetic significance into the 20th century, and its use as a metaphor in the production and understanding of culture.

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Douglas Burnham is principal and founder of envelope a+d, an award-winning architecture and design firm whose work reconceptualizes modes of living and building to advance compelling visions of the emerging urban condition.

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