Who Paid for Modernism?

Joyce Piell Wexler

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Every good story has mystery--not the puzzle kind, but the mystery of allurement. It deals with a world very similar to that of the second phase except that the mood is a contemplative withdrawal from or sequel to action rather than a youthful preparation for it. In the 1960s, Jürgen Habermas raised the epistemological discussion to a new level in his Knowledge and Human Interests, by identifying critical knowledge as based on principles that differentiated it either from the natural sciences or the humanities, through its orientation to self-reflection and emancipation.

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CURE OF THE MIND, A

Theodore Sampson

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In what ways does the feminist essay on Hamlet highlight aspects of the text that can only be accessed through this method? Her subsequent description of herself as a ‘bad person’ is countered by Bill’s tenderly worded reassurance: ‘You’re not a bad person. This was to continue in one form or another throughout the Renaissance and be taken up later in France. Malthus's conclusion that population would double in a period of twenty-five years was based on the evidence of doubtful American statistics.

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Reading Sappho: Contemporary Approaches (Classics and

Ellen Greene

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It is still evidently the same long-ago summer, but now the wind is blowing, and there are ‘no more wild strawberries’. A reversal occurs, then, as the quest for revenge ends not in one character finding decisive satisfaction in killing the other, but in them both finding comfort in one another, albeit an impossible mutuality that cannot be sustained. For instance, it took some hunting to find the source for a quote when the quote supposedly came from a "famous authority during a television programme" (it was actually a 1929 book by Prof.

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Spark Notes: Romeo and Juliet (No Fear Shakespeare): The

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The critic’s prospective is the second most important element of literary criticism, next to the author and the work itself. When the force of the impact is spent, he comes to rest, a self-contained globule of desire as before. The IMF and the World Bank are not the right places to look, to see the essence of neoliberalism. Following "Descartes' dream" of absolute certainty in knowing, Husserl focused on things as they show themselves. But as a god is superior to nature as well as to other men, the death of a god appropriately involves what Shakespeare, in Venus and Adonis, calls the "solemn sympathy" of nature, the word solemn having here some of its etymological connections with ritual.

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Stephen King Companion

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Lucas in his Tragedy: Serious Drama in Relation to Aristotle’s Poetics asks three pertinent questions, and answers very illuminatingly. One reading of a text that represents a good family may provide more support for the original text than a dozen readings from a poor family. Partial Visions: Feminism and Utopianism in the 1970s. The artist does not simply reflect the real in the manner of a mirror. He stresses the matter in his own particular way and then, having announced that it ‘will be our show’, he really swings it: We’re going on/ we’re going to keep it on the road/ and we’re going to redo it from top to bottom./ It won’t be a modern version of Faust/ Pilgrim’s Progress/ Or the Book of Job in Swingtime/ It will be our show/ (pause) [faster] the-show-we-started-out-to-do/ The deferment of the dance creates an aura of erotic hesitation, partly because the preamble resembles an indeterminate and apprehensive wander by soon-to-be lovers.

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Backward Glances: Exploring Italy, Reinterpreting America

Leonardo Buonomo

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Western Marxism looks like a defeat if one imagines politics to have to take a certain form — that which characterized Marxist and socialist movements of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Bergson enunciates a philosophy which claims that it is the artist, not the scientist, who penetrates to reality. For when men of different pursuits, lives, ambitions, ages, languages, hold identical views on one and the same subject, then that verdict which results, so to speak, from a concert of discordant elements makes our faith in the object of admiration strong and unassailable.

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Edgar Huntly, or, Memoirs of a Sleepwalker

Charles Brockden Brown

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Indeed, this was a case that Lawrence Stenhouse made with some force with regard to the difficulties that classroom teachers had with more process-oriented approaches to curriculum during the 1970s (see the article on curriculum theory and practice on these pages). The Centre for the Study of Theory and Criticism is an established forum for interdisciplinary research and advanced study into theoretical problems and practices, offering both a Master’s and Doctoral program.

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Semiotics of Drink and Drinking (Continuum Advances in

Paul Manning

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In Frankenstein. 1818 [written by Percy Shelley]. Through the rigorous application of research and analysis, students will study spatial design in the broadest context examining the environmental, social, cultural, economical, political, technical, and aesthetic influences on the design process as well as on the "finished product" itself. These analyses were also complemented by an analysis of the emergence of state capitalism and of the culture industry that replaces the need for consent and even the pseudo-consent of ideology.

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Sharing Treasures: Book Reviews by John Holt

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T. is without analogy in the history of literature. We find Exodus also divided according to the number seven (see EXODUS, II, 1; compare also Exodus 24:18 b through 31:18; see EXODUS, II, 2, 5, where we have also the sevenfold reference to the Sabbath idea in Ex, and that, too, repeatedly at the close of different sections, just as we find this here in Genesis); and in Le compare chapters 23; 25; 27; see LEVITICUS, II, 2, 2; the VIII, IX, and appendix; and in Genesis 4:17 J; 5:1-24 P; 6:9-9:29; 36:1-37 I (see under 2, 1,2,3,1). 2.

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The Poetry of Sorley MacLean (Scotnotes) by Dymock, Emma

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Ramazani, Jahan. "The Wound of History: Walcott's Omeros and the Postcolonial Poetics of Affliction." Tarcher/Pedigree Books, 1993. [A book about what happens when the prince goes bald and the princess has a midlife crisis. These unconscious libidinal desires find symbolic expression in art as in dreams. The method known as form-criticism dates back to the work of Hermann Gunkel (1862-1932), with his commentary on Genesis, first published in 1901.

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