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0.46 Elaine Scarry, On Vivacity: The Difference between Daydreaming and Imagining-Under-Authorial-Instruction, Representations, 1995.
0.43 Carol Armstrong, The Reflexive and the Possessive View: Thoughts on Kertesz Brandt and the Photographic Nude, Representations, 1989.
0.41 Elaine Scarry, Imagining Flowers: Perceptual Mimesis (Particularly Delphinium), Representations, 1997.
0.37 Cathy Simon, A Civic Library for San Francisco, Representations, 1993.
0.34 Carol Armstrong, Reflections on the Mirror: Painting Photography and the Self-Portraits of Edgar Degas, Representations, 1988.
0.32 Elaine Scarry, Work and the Body in Hardy and Other Nineteenth-Century Novelists, Representations, 1983.
0.31 Anthony Vidler, Diagrams of Diagrams: Architectural Abstraction and Modern Representation, Representations, 2000.
0.28 Rosalind Krauss, The Master's Bedroom, Representations, 1989.
0.26 Downing A. Thomas, Architectural Visions of Lyric Theater and Spectatorship in Late-Eighteenth-Century France, Representations, 1995.
0.25 Alan Trachtenberg, Albums of War: On Reading Civil War Photographs, Representations, 1985.
0.25 Philip Fisher, Pins A Table Works of Art, Representations, 1983.
0.25 Anthony Vidler, Books in Space: Tradition and Transparency in the Bibliothèque de France, Representations, 1993.
0.23 Whitney Davis, Replication and Depiction in Paleolithic Art, Representations, 1987.
0.22 James Krasner, A Chaos of Delight: Perception and Illusion in Darwin's Scientific Writing, Representations, 1990.
0.22 Ulrich Baer, To Give Memory a Place: Holocaust Photography and the Landscape Tradition, Representations, 2000.
0.22 Joseph Leo Koerner, The Mortification of the Image: Death as a Hermeneutic in Hans Baldung Grien, Representations, 1985.
0.18 Harry Berger Jr., The System of Early Modern Painting, Representations, 1998.
0.17 Lisa Cartwright, "Experiments of Destruction": Cinematic Inscriptions of Physiology, Representations, 1992.
0.17 Sarah Stanbury, The Body and the City in Pearl, Representations, 1994.
0.15 Edward Snow, Theorizing the Male Gaze: Some Problems, Representations, 1989.
0.14 Philip Fisher, Democratic Social Space: Whitman Melville and the Promise of American Transparency, Representations, 1988.
0.14 Denis Hollier, Bloody Sundays, Representations, 1989.
0.14 Christopher Pye, The Sovereign the Theater and the Kingdome of Darknesse: Hobbes and the Spectacle of Power, Representations, 1984.
0.14 Wu Hung, The Transparent Stone: Inverted Vision and Binary Imagery in Medieval Chinese Art, Representations, 1994.
0.13 Peter Benson, Freud and the Visual, Representations, 1994.
0.13 Christine Buci-Glucksmann, Catastrophic Utopia: The Feminine as Allegory of the Modern, Representations, 1986.
0.13 Elizabeth Hollander, Subject Matter: Models for Different Media, Representations, 1991.
0.12 Gallagher Fineman Hertzel Fishman, More about "Medusa's Head", Representations, 1983.
0.11 Mark McGurl, Social Geometries: Taking Place in Henry James, Representations, 1999.
0.11 Paul Landau, The Illumination of Christ in the Kalahari Desert, Representations, 1994.
0.11 Jeffrey T. Schnapp, 18 BL: Fascist Mass Spectacle, Representations, 1993.
0.11 Regina Schwartz, Rethinking Voyeurism and Patriarchy: The Case of Paradise Lost, Representations, 1991.
0.11 Lorraine Daston Peter Galison, The Image of Objectivity, Representations, 1992.
0.10 Richard T. Neer, The Lion's Eye: Imitation and Uncertainty in Attic Red-Figure, Representations, 1995.
0.10 Claudio Fogu, Il Duce taumaturgo: Modernist Rhetorics in Fascist Representations of History, Representations, 1997.
0.10 Anne M. Wagner, Warhol Paints History or Race in America, Representations, 1996.
0.10 Deborah Poole, Figueroa Aznar and the Cusco Indigenistas: Photography and Modernism in Early Twentieth-Century Peru, Representations, 1992.
0.10 , Note, Representations, 1993.
0.10 Monique Canto Betsy Wing, Acts of Fake: The Icon in Platonic Thought, Representations, 1985.
0.10 Lee Rust Brown, The Emerson Museum, Representations, 1992.
0.09 Kim Ian Michasiw, Nine Revisionist Theses on the Picturesque, Representations, 1992.
0.09 Michael Leja, Peirce Visuality and Art, Representations, 2000.
0.09 Stuart Culver, What Manikins Want: The Wonderful Wizard of Oz and The Art of Decorating Dry Goods Windows, Representations, 1988.
0.09 Esther Jacobson, The Structure of Narrative in Early Chinese Pictorial Vessels, Representations, 1984.
0.08 T. J. Clark, Freud's CĂ©zanne, Representations, 1995.
0.08 Wu Hung, Tiananmen Square: A Political History of Monuments, Representations, 1991.
0.08 Anne M. Wagner, Drawing a Blank, Representations, 2000.
0.08 Angus Fletcher, Iconographies of Thought, Representations, 1989.
0.08 Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick, A Poem Is Being Written, Representations, 1987.
0.08 Charles Bernheimer, Degas's Brothels: Voyeurism and Ideology, Representations, 1987.
0.08 David Lee Miller, The Father's Witness: Patriarchal Images of Boys, Representations, 2000.
0.08 R. Howard Bloch Carla Hesse, Introduction, Representations, 1993.
0.08 Michael Fried, Caillebotte's Impressionism, Representations, 1999.
0.08 Harry Berger_ Jr., Fictions of the Pose: Facing the Gaze of Early Modern Portraiture, Representations, 1994.
0.08 Svetlana Alpers, Interpretation without Representation or the Viewing of Las Meninas, Representations, 1983.
0.08 Thomas R. Metcalf, Architecture and the Representation of Empire: India 1860-1910. Representations, 1984,
0.07 T. V. Reed, Unimagined Existence and the Fiction of the Real: Postmodernist Realism in Let Us Now Praise Famous Men, Representations, 1988.
0.07 Robert H. Sharf, On the Allure of Buddhist Relics, Representations, 1999.
0.07 W. J. T. Mitchell, The Politics of Genre: Space and Time in Lessing's Laocoon, Representations, 1984.
0.07 Thomas W. Laqueur, Introduction, Representations, 2000.
0.07 Marie-Helene Huet, Living Images: Monstrosity and Representation, Representations, 1983.
0.07 Erika Naginski, Drawing at the Crossroads, Representations, 2000.
0.07 Barbara Mann, Modernism and the Zionist Uncanny: Reading the Old Cemetery in Tel Aviv, Representations, 2000.
0.07 Marcus Verhagen, Whipstrokes, Representations, 1997.
0.07 Susan Stewart, Garden Agon, Representations, 1998.
0.06 Thomas Richards, Archive and Utopia, Representations, 1992.
0.06 Randolph Starn, Foreword, Representations, 1988.
0.06 Anne M. Wagner, Henry Moore's Mother, Representations, 1999.
0.06 Naomi Schor, The Portrait of a Gentleman: Representing Men in (French) Women's Writing, Representations, 1987.
0.06 Chris Waters, Representations of Everyday Life: L S Lowry and the Landscape of Memory in Postwar Britain, Representations, 1999.
0.06 David Antin, Biography, Representations, 1986.
0.06 Aleida Assmann, Texts Traces Trash: The Changing Media of Cultural Memory, Representations, 1996.
0.05 Walter Benn Michaels, The Gold Standard and the Logic of Naturalism, Representations, 1985.
0.05 Evonne Levy, Reproduction in the "Cultic Era" of Art: Pierre Legros's Statue of Stanislas Kostka, Representations, 1997.
0.05 Michael Taussig, History as Sorcery, Representations, 1984.
0.05 Marita Sturken, The Wall the Screen and the Image: The Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Representations, 1991.
0.05 , Back Matter, Representations, 2000.
0.05 Geoffrey Nunberg, The Places of Books in the Age of Electronic Reproduction, Representations, 1993.
0.05 Luke Wilson, William Harvey's Prelectiones: The Performance of the Body in the Renaissance Theater of Anatomy, Representations, 1987.
0.05 Carla Hesse, Introduction, Representations, 1998.