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Abstract I would like to challenge Allen Weiss's assertion that Versailles is a ‘grandiloquent betrayal, a deficient, proportionless, hyperbolic imitation’4 of Vaux. Essentially, I would argue, Weiss has failed to consider what Versailles is, how it is experienced and what those experiences...
Absract The lack of correspondence between the title and content of this poem raises a question: Why did Zhu Xi write about water, a pond and a spring in a poem meant to be about book-reading? This poem follows the neo-Confucian belief that writing should be the expression of profound...
Abstract Kyoto is known as an historic Japanese city with Inany old buildings and gardens. It was once the capital, where the imperial family resided for a thousand years. Many tourists visit Kyoto to see the roots ofJapanese culture. However, the city not only maintained old traditions, but...
Abstract Varying in scale and degree of elaboration from the modest patch that constitutes Manhattan, Kansas' City Park roseraie 1 to the lavish, y-acre spread of the Morcom Rose Garden in Oakland, California, the municipal rose garden is a common sight across the United States. Indeed, the...
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