Pictorial frames and textual thresholds : bitextuality in Rebecca West and David Low's The modern rake's progress

Francesca Frigerio
"Since its first publication in 1735, Hogarth’s Rake’s Progress has been extensively imitated in a wide range of media, from the prints, copies and ‘interpretations’ of his moral series in the nineteenth century, when popular culture, as well as Augustus Sala’s biography, made of Hogarth a cultural icon whose work was considered morally improving and therefore worth circulating (see for example William Powell Frith’s Road to Ruin, 1878-82), to David Hockney’s twentieth-century homage, in which...
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