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Month: January 2009

Visionary Film: The American Avant-Garde, 1943-2000

Visionary Film: The American Avant-Garde, 1943-2000

P. Adams Sitney

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Afterwards he holds Snow White in his arms, and in the final frame, he leads her off on a white horse to his golden castle on a hill. My research goal is to explore the function of the new covenant in the parenesis of Hebrews. Slivniak, Dmitri M., “The garden of double messages: deconstructing hierarchical oppositions in the garden story,” JSOT 27/4 (2003), 439-460. Criticism in the daily press rarely displays sustained acts of analysis and may sometimes do little more than summarize a publisher’s claims for a book’s interest.

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Cities and Photography (Routledge Critical Introductions to

Cities and Photography (Routledge Critical Introductions to

Jane Tormey

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Luke's Gospel, Pauline, though retouched in a conciliatory spirit; Acts, adapted similarly to St. As we have observed above, the central premise of Hahn and Wiker’s work is that the historical-critical method has been intertwined with a set of philosophical and ideological presuppositions that either implicitly or explicitly further the fostering and securing of a secular political ascendency. All of this to say, that the old assumption about Greek illiteracy during their Dark Ages, may be just that, an assumption.

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Shenanigans and the Lies We Tell: TTP Teyoko the Poetess

Shenanigans and the Lies We Tell: TTP Teyoko the Poetess

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Criticism and Literary Theory: 1890 to the Present. Man must believe and pray, but these do not insure salvation or any benefit except Allah wills it. The Haudenosaunee have insisted that some of the practices depicted in the book ended hundreds of years earlier. Hawthorne may be alluding to this season as a reminder that humans must wait for perfection in the life to come. It was a stage in the literary evolution of a religious people. But natural science is obliged to recognize the valid conclusions of other sciences, and historical science can recognize the supernatural and the miraculous.

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The Cathach of Colum Cille: An Introduction - With

The Cathach of Colum Cille: An Introduction - With

Michael Herity

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But some ethical critics counter that there are more forms of knowledge than 'knowledge that.' (p. 361) As an alternative to this narrow approach to the way in which literature may be morally informative, Carroll proposes the 'acquaintance approach' as an alternative, which is best summed up in the following paragraph: It is one thing to be told that roadways in Mumbai are massively overcrowded, it is another thing to be given a detailed description full of illustrative incidents, emotively and perceptively portrayed.

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Nippon Modern: Japanese Cinema of the 1920s and 1930s

Nippon Modern: Japanese Cinema of the 1920s and 1930s

Mitsuyo Wada-Marciano

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How does the interaction of text and reader create meaning? Evidence to the contrary is legion, as the following quotes from Emerson attest: From "Poetry and Imagination" (1872): "Poetry is the perpetual endeavor to express the spirit of the thing, to pass the brute body and search the life and reason which causes it to exist—to see that the object is always flowing away, whilst the spirit or necessity which causes it subsists." "The poet contemplates the central identity, sees it undulate and roll this way and that, with divine flowings, through remotest things; and, following it, can detect essential resemblances in natures never before compared." "[I]magination [is] a perception and affirming of a real relation between a thought and some material fact." "[The poet] affirms the applicability of the ideal law to this moment and the present knot of affairs."

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Art in the National Curriculum (Wales)

Art in the National Curriculum (Wales)

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Modern North American Criticism and Theory. Arac, Jonathan. "Coleridge and New Criticism Reconsidered: Repetition and Exclusion." Specifically, the temporal perspective of the chapters can only be satisfactorily explained by assuming the work was written around the time-perhaps just before Cyrus conquered Babylon. Minneapolis, U of Minnesota P, 1990. 10/22 The Official and the Vernacular in American Rhetorical Culture, I Browne, Stephen. "Reading Public Memory in Daniel Webster's Plymouth Rock Oration."

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Korean Intangible Cultural Properties: Tradition Handicrafts

Korean Intangible Cultural Properties: Tradition Handicrafts

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Each of these three academic centers responded differently, however, to the higher critics' writings. I enjoyed this brief history of Critique/criticism in western thought. Since theorists of literature often draw on a very heterogeneous tradition of Continental philosophy and the philosophy of language, any classification of their approaches is only an approximation. Additional offerings in non-western and ancient art round out the learning opportunities.

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CTV-The Network That Means Business

CTV-The Network That Means Business

Michael Nolan

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Freudian critics like to point out the sexual implications of symbols and imagery, since Freud's believed that all human behavior is motivated by sexuality. So, the idea of using the manuscripts of the Qur'an to document the variant readings is ridiculuous. It is this exaggerated prominence given to the vowel that primarily distinguishes the characteristic noise of the poem", Don Pasterson, "Poetry Review", 97:3, 2007 "Poets have lamented the lack in poetry of any such notation as music has for suggesting sound.

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Jasper Johns (Painters)

Jasper Johns (Painters)

L.M. Poole

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The conflict brought a second wave of emigration from Russia. Palmer (ed.) Fifty Modern Thinkers on Education. Michael Quinn, "LDS Church Authority and New Plural Marriages, 1890-1904," Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought 18 [Spring 19851: 9-105; E. The most telling assumption is that certainty equals truth. To tell a fictionalized account of this story and provide space for each representative group Boyden uses a useful narrative device, shifting the perspective between three characters: Bird, a Huron warrior and leader, Snow Falls, a young Haudenosaunee girl adopted by the Huron, and finally and Christophe the Crow, a Jesuit missionary who comes to live among Bird and Snow Falls and based on Jean de Brebeuf (if readers don’t know the history of Brebeuf, this review includes what might be considered spoilers).

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Shuvinai Ashoona Drawings

Shuvinai Ashoona Drawings

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But at the very least one might accord a religious scripture the same courtesy which one extends to poetry and recall Goethe's dictum: "What issues from a poetic mind wants to lie received by a poetic mind. Augustine himself realized that there was no actual temporal chronicle of Jesus' movements in the Gospels but often a topical organization. Vincent Taylor, The Formation of the Gospel Tradition (London: Mac�millan, 1957), p. 41. 27. The name higher criticism was first employed by the German Biblical scholar Eichhorn, in the second edition of his "Einleitung", appearing in 1787.

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