The rhetoric of power in the bayeux tapestry cambridge studies in new art history and criticism hardcover illustrated september 28 1998 by suzanne lewis author. The rhetoric of power focuses on how the tapestry tells its story and how it shapes the responses of reader viewers this involves a detailed analysis of the way the visual narrative draws on diverse literary genres to establish the cultural resonance of the story it tells the material is organized into self contained yet cross referencing episodes that not only portray the events of the conquest but locate those events within the ideological codes of norman feudalism lewiss analysis . Buy the rhetoric of power in the bayeux tapestry cambridge studies in new art history and criticism reissue by suzanne lewis isbn 9781107403352 from amazons book store everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Menudrawerclosetext menudraweropentext home subscriber member institutions member subscriptions member renewals recommend to your library purchase back issues browse issues. The rhetoric of power in the bayeux tapestry suzanne lewis in this study suzanne lewis argues that the bayeux tapestry is one of the first large scale visual narratives of the middle ages that moreover conveys medieval conceptions regarding the
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