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Wilde felt that poetry was exceptional to the graphic arts to all those reasons? Assess his claims. STUDENT Send immediate message.Phone # not offered. See all available user details.Send internal Webstudy mail.No outside Web page accessible. In "The Critic as Artist," Oscar Wilde writes that literature is superior to the graphic arts, as unlike paintings of sunsets or pictures or other associated types of art, literature is "soul speaking to soul in these long-cadenced lines, not through colour and form alonebut with intellectual and emotional utterance, with lofty passion and also loftier thought, using creative comprehension, and with behavioural intention" (2289). Wilde goes on to say that graphic art isn't anything that specific. People could attempt to interpret, as an instance, the meaning of a sculpture, and believe that it's a deeper meaning that what it really does. Wilde thinks that the artists who decorate or paint simply create their artwork since it's pleasing to the eye, with colours that match each other or "only with specific arrangements of lines and masses" (2290), which "it is quite the beholder who brings to the beautiful item its plethora meaning" (2290). He does say that art is quite beautiful, but because it has no real significance and is just open to various interpretations from anyone, it's poor to Literature, which "reveals us not only the meaning but also the puzzle of Beauty, and solves once and for all the problem of art's unity" (2293). Forward Reply 4/4/2014 11:19:05 AM RE: LITERATURE VS. THE GRAPHIC ARTS KELLEE MCKINNEY STUDENT Send immediate message.Phone # not available. See all accessible user details.Send inner Webstudy mail.No external We...