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The Two-Headed Deer: Illustrations of the Ramayana in Orissa (California Studies in the History of Art) Hardcover – June 7, 1996
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"In this stunningly mature work, one of America's leading historians of Indian art explores the terrain whose longitude is word and whose latitude, image. . . . Here patron, temple, artist, story, period, genre, region, subregion, and even particular towns unite to produce a study that sends out light in every direction. It is the product of many years' labor, and a beautiful product it is."John S. Hawley, author of Devi
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"An elegant cross-disciplinary foray that, like Rama's monkey army, bridges the oceanic strait that too often separates the fields of Art History, Folklore, and Literary and Performance Studies. . . . A great boon to all who seek to better understand the creative genius of India." (Philip Lutgendorf, author of The Life of a Text)
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