This thesis looks at the modern recontextualization of the illuminated book. Utilizing an interdisciplinary approach to English literature and the arts, it illustrates the dialectic between word and image. In my writing, I explore artists’ books as a physical representation of the constant dialogue of the verbal-visual relationship and how they affect each other. In this endeavor, I create an artist book, a modern bestiary that alludes to the myths and folklore of the Indo-Caribbean, specific to the country of Guyana.
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)
College of Arts and Humanities
Ganeshram, Shannon, "Illuminated Books: A Voyage Through the Verbal-Visual and Caribbean Folklore" (2022). Honors Undergraduate Theses. 1135.
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