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To which it can be spoke back that Sterne’s novel pushes series and discursive coherence to the bounds (of itself and within the minds of its characters) and is limited basically by means of its very have to be published in numbered books, chapters and pages. 10 Eighteenth-century gardenists, like Shenstone and Girardin, additionally knew and exploited the literature on associationism: why Sterne is so beneficial is that he makes one conscious of its workings and the way they are manipulated. it's a non-stop hindrance of Sterne’s, yet see particularly i. 21, viii. 32 and ix. 20, and my observation thereon in my inaugural lecture on the college of Leiden, A deal with on ‘Tristram Shandy’; or, Uncle Toby’s Wound and different phrases and pictures (Leiden, 1984). eleven Letters of Laurence Sterne, ed. L. P. Curtis (Oxford, 1935), p. 411. 12 For which connection i'm indebted to Susan Stewart, ‘Garden Agon’, Representations, sixty two (Spring 1998), p. 118. This essay has additionally seemed in her assortment, The Open Studio: Essays on paintings and Aesthetics (Chicago, 2005), pp. 111–34, and in house, website, Intervention: Situating set up paintings, ed. Erika Suderberg (Minneapolis, mn, 2000), pp. 100–29. thirteen This notion from Rudolf Borchardt, The Passionate Gardener (Kingston, manhattan, 2006), p. nine. 14 See Roland Barthes’ dialogue of silhouettes within the accountability of kinds: severe Essays on tune, paintings and illustration (Berkeley, ca, 1985), pp. 106–7. 15 John Constable’s Correspondence, ed. R. B. Beckett (Ipswich, 1968), pp. 77–8. sixteen I ﬁrst encountered Finlay’s stiles on the Glasgow backyard competition in 1988 and foolishly concept i would convince an American establishment to shop for and instal them. Their next consciousness at Little Sparta and within the varied terrain of Provençal terraces has significantly augmented their signiﬁcance. 17 See the glorious anthology of photos of those paths by way of Andrew Lawson in Jessie Sheeler, Little Sparta: The backyard of Ian Hamilton Finlay (London, 2003), pp. 40–41. 18 David Leatherbarrow, The Roots of Architectural Invention (Cambridge, 1993), p. three. 6 Inscriptions 1 In Ian Hamilton Finlay, Sentences (Edinburgh, 2005). 2 ‘From e-book to backyard and again: Ian Hamilton Finlay. 4 Essays and an Exhibition Catalogue’, specified factor of observe & snapshot: A magazine of Verbal / visible Enquiry, xxi/4 (2005), vi. five. Finlay places ‘restore’ into inverted commas. three and spot the dialogue above (pp. 43–4) of ‘hic jacet’. four at the interpretation of the Poussin imagery upon which Finlay relied, see Erwin Panofsky, ‘Et in Arcadia Ego: Poussin and the Elegiac Tradition’, in which means within the visible Arts (Garden urban, manhattan, 1955), pp. 295–320, that's the model (there are ) that Finlay used. See additionally the dialogue under, pp. 94–8. Poussin painted models of this scene circa 1630 and the early 1640s. five See Valentina Follo, ‘“The global has been empty because the Romans”’, note & photo, xxi/4 (2005), pp. 274–87. See Poursuites révolutionnaires / innovative Poursuits (Jouy-en-Josas, 1987), p. 25, additionally the essay there through Yves Abrioux. 6 See Yves Abrioux, Ian Hamilton Finlay: a visible Primer , second edn (London, 1992), p.