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The thirteenth volume of the collected Warburg House Lectures covers a wide range of topics, from antiquity to the present day, including lectures on Caesar as a monarch, E.T.A. Hoffmann’s personal cover designs for his Tomcat Murr, on the controversies between Franz Marc and Max Beckmann regarding the "New Painting," and on the origins and implications of "compulsory creativity" for the art of the future.
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