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Introduction: Reframing the Renaissance Garden Chapter 1. The Legibility of Landscape: From Fascism to Foucault Chapter 2. The Grotesque and the Monstrous Chapter 3. A Monstruary: The Excessive, the Deficient, and the Hybrid Chapter 4. "Rare and Enormous Bones of Huge Animals": The Colossal Mode Chapter 5. "Pietra Morta, in Pietra Viva": The Sacro Bosco Conclusion: Toward the Sublime Notes Bibliography Index Acknowledgments

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Luke Morgan is Senior Lecturer in Art History and Theory at Monash University. He is author of Nature as Model: Salomon de Caus and Early Seventeenth-Century Landscape Design.

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