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Educational Films through Kanopy
Sense and Sensation - English Culture in the 18th Century
Publication Date: 2002
Sense and Sensation is a lavish exploration of the arts in eighteenth-century London. Written and presented by the eminent historian John Brewer, and drawn from his highly-acclaimed book 'The Pleasures of the Imagination', the film considers the world of commerce and celebrity in which Georgian culture was created. A world, Brewer argues, that has many parallels with today.
DVDs at McGrath Library
Call Number: VID PR6070 .R364 R47 1996
In 17th century Britain, a young man seduced by the wealth and indolence of the Restoration court finds redemption of sorts through the love of a woman