- Title Pages
1The Philosophical Enquiry, theories of the sublime and the sister arts tradition
2Presenting the unpresentable: the modernity of Burke’s Enquiry
3Reynolds, the great style and the Burkean sublime
4The sublime contained: academic compromises
5Immersive spectatorship at the panorama and the aesthetics of the sublime
6Frames, edges and ‘unlimitation’
7‘Sublime dreams’: ruin paintings and architectural fantasies
8Against and beyond Burke: Blake’s ‘sublime Labours’
9Turner: from sublime association to sublime energy
- The challenge of the sublime
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