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God, Gender, and Friendship: A Reading of Michelangelo’ s Pietà and Vittoria Colonna’ s Sonnet 87


Gabrielli, Francesca Maria
God, Gender, and Friendship: A Reading of Michelangelo’ s Pietà and Vittoria Colonna’ s Sonnet 87 // About Face: Depicting the Self in the Written and Visual Arts / Eufusia, Lindsay ; Bellina, Elena ; Ugolini, Paola (ur.).
Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2009. str. 57-70


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Naslov
God, Gender, and Friendship: A Reading of Michelangelo’ s Pietà and Vittoria Colonna’ s Sonnet 87

Autori
Gabrielli, Francesca Maria

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Poglavlja u knjigama, znanstveni

Knjiga
About Face: Depicting the Self in the Written and Visual Arts

Urednik/ci
Eufusia, Lindsay ; Bellina, Elena ; Ugolini, Paola

Izdavač
Cambridge Scholars Publishing

Grad
Newcastle upon Tyne

Godina
2009

Raspon stranica
57-70

ISBN
1-4438-1374-5

Ključne riječi
Vittoria Colonna, Michelangelo Buonarroti, the Virgin, Rachel, Christ, Procne, cannibalism, Eucharist, gender, friendship

Sažetak
The visual-verbal dialogue between Michelangelo’ s Pietà and Colonna’ s Sonnet 87 centers on a representation of the divine that, proceeding from the symmetrical and complementary relationship between Christ and the Virgin (perceived in their collaborative effort to redeem mankind), affects the asymmetrical stability of socially instituted gender categories and succeeds in bypassing gender hierarchy. If, on one hand, the Virgin is depicted in the drawing with the features of the biblical Rachel, opening up an intertextual field of woman-to- woman relations (Rachel and Leah), Christ is, on the other hand, represented in the sonnet as Procne. Needless to say, the identification of Jesus with Procne - apart from activating a doubling process that intertextually reformulates the former allusion to sister rivalry evoking sister solidarity (Procne and Philomela) - radically troubles accepted norms not only about the representation of the divine, but also about the masculine gender as such. Since “ to posit a gender, God is necessary” (Irigaray), such verbal/visual representation of the divine posits fluid and troubled gender categories.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Filologija



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Projekt / tema
130-1301070-1064 - Verbalno i vizualno: performativnost, reprezentacija, interpretacija (Morana Čale, )

Ustanove
Filozofski fakultet, Zagreb

Profili:

Avatar Url Francesca Maria Gabrielli (autor)

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Gabrielli, Francesca Maria
God, Gender, and Friendship: A Reading of Michelangelo’ s Pietà and Vittoria Colonna’ s Sonnet 87 // About Face: Depicting the Self in the Written and Visual Arts / Eufusia, Lindsay ; Bellina, Elena ; Ugolini, Paola (ur.).
Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2009. str. 57-70
Gabrielli, F. (2009) God, Gender, and Friendship: A Reading of Michelangelo’ s Pietà and Vittoria Colonna’ s Sonnet 87. U: Eufusia, L., Bellina, E. & Ugolini, P. (ur.) About Face: Depicting the Self in the Written and Visual Arts. Newcastle upon Tyne, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, str. 57-70.
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