"To Make Women Weep": Ugly Art as "Feminine" and the Origins of Modern Aesthetics

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"To Make Women Weep": Ugly Art as "Feminine" and the Origins of Modern Aesthetics

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Title: "To Make Women Weep": Ugly Art as "Feminine" and the Origins of Modern Aesthetics
Author: Hamburger, Jeffrey F.
Citation: Hamburger, Jeffrey F. 1997. "To make women weep": Ugly art as "feminine" and the origins of modern aesthetics. Res 31:9-33.
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