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Month: April 2008

Marriage and Its Dissolution in Early Modern England, Volume

Marriage and Its Dissolution in Early Modern England, Volume

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Through the production of the literary magazine, Hurston inspired and encouraged other novelists to be courageous and embark on a personal journey to reveal individual identity. The work of Henri Rousseau, a former clerk in the Paris municipal customs service who was known as �Le Douanier� accordingly, and who had exhibited at the Ind�pendants since 1886, attracted attention. The dominant perception remains one where religion is manipulated or perceived in a negative light.

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Contemporary Authors

Contemporary Authors

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Some Christian thinkers prior to Augustine considered war and peace in the context of the Bible, but Augustine is thought to be the founder of the just war theory in the West. Iha Fuyu (1867-1947), an Okinawan scholar, was one of these intellectuals. In this sense, if musicians today are to abandon any creativity when rendering old music, then they are not authentic, because that is not the frame of mind under which the original was made. In France, the Baroque found its greatest expression in the service of the monarchy rather than the church.

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Life in Elizabethan Times (Past in Question)

Life in Elizabethan Times (Past in Question)

David Whitehall

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I will argue that the Babylonian Erra Epic, an etiology of chaos, was created to counter the Epic of Creation, and will consider Assyrian efforts to appropriate and reinterpret it. In the realm of "Ji-Ji-Muge-Hokkai" (the Dharma-realm in which all phenomena interpenetrate), which transcends all reasoning, the function of "soku," which mediates these two extremes, is called fundamental imagination. Each of these major periods and movements is international in scope and designates the system of norms that dominated Western culture at a particular time of the historical process.

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Music and Musicians in 16th-Century Florence (Variorum

Music and Musicians in 16th-Century Florence (Variorum

Frank A. D'Accone

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We have varying accounts of his training. Hegias of Athens, Ageladas of Argos, and the Thasian painter Polygnotus, have all been regarded as his teachers. Beginning in 725, Quiriguá came under the power of Copan; in that year, Copan ruler 18 Rabbit named Cauac Sky as ruler of Quiriguá. Leading writers in the movement include Émile Zola, Theodore Dreiser, and Stephen Crane. balance, restraint, and order. Shadows were painted with color, not black as before.

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Renaissance Culture and the Everyday (New Cultural Studies)

Renaissance Culture and the Everyday (New Cultural Studies)

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The sacrifice of the Quichean Prince was a ritual according to their millenary prehispanic tradition, but before it, the two main actors of the drama held a long and in some sense tiresome conversation, which will be analyzed and discussed in this paper. In the USA, by the mid 1960s flowers, clothing, music and freedom protests established an era. This law covers not only the doer but also the recipient.

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The Flower of Friendship: A Renaissance Dialogue Contesting

The Flower of Friendship: A Renaissance Dialogue Contesting

Edmund Tilney

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Kim Jin shows that present-day Japanese did not directly commit atrocities but have inherited the wealth that our grandfathers' generation plundered. Then Guimarães Rosa ( ) wrote about this ubiquitous presence and its permeation of Brazilian society. The more one studies literature, the more one recognizes that the paradigm of cumulative progress is untenable, that one period cannot be said to be "better" than another. His warnings in that text became reality in the form of a Mongolian invasion and a civil war, and the people paid great attention to it.

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Bodies and Selves in Early Modern England: Physiology and

Bodies and Selves in Early Modern England: Physiology and

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In 1597, Donne joined an expedition to the Azores, where he wrote "The Calm". It is important to focus on which symbols migrate and how they construct this cultural dialogue. VIII, Second Edition, OXFORD at the Clarendon Press 1926. Rules on how to use: Linear Perspective, Atmospheric Perspective, Shading (Value), and Compositional Models ( http://www2.evansville.edu/studiochalkboard/draw.html ). 1454-5 - The Gutenberg Bible - In the mid-fifteenth century Johannes Gutenberg invented a way of mechanising the production of printing type, as distinct from individually engraved or cast letters.

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Experimental Shakespeare: A Novel Reading of His

Experimental Shakespeare: A Novel Reading of His

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On October 9, 1955, a group of Beat poets from both coasts gathered for what became the 20th century’s most famous single reading – but it was Ginsberg’s reading of Howl that left his peers gasping in amazement and that ignited a subculture. It included members of The Eight such as Henri and Davies; Hopper was also part of the Ash Can group. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico In Mesoamerican pictographic tradition the heart glyph and the blood glyph are represented by means of specific and particular schematic forms.

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Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Poetry 1660-1780

Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Poetry 1660-1780

Eric Rothstein

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The history of systematic African philosophy is a child of frustration, not wonder. I want to discuss the significance of these two religious centers, Ise Jingu and Toshogu shrine, in light of how the relationship between their respective deities reflected this political situation. African Religion(s) and Women Social Roles in Traditional Society: A Step in a Global World In Africa the position of women in religion does not differ from her position in society.

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Joint Enterprises: Collaborative Drama and the

Joint Enterprises: Collaborative Drama and the

Heather Anne Hirschfeld

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The current paper seeks to point out foreground contrapuntal phenomena which engender a goal-driven arc from the presentation of the phenomena in the exposition to the end of the work and possible resolution (i.e. the analysis focus on the foreground); it focuses on several recurring countersubject paradigms not discussed by Renwick and their contrapuntal and voice-leading implications for the fugue along the way incorporating Harrison’s idea of a status and its resolution over the course of a fugue.

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