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The Future of Art in a Postdigital Age: From Hellenistic to

The Future of Art in a Postdigital Age: From Hellenistic to

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The first provides a lengthy explication and critique of Derrida, a service still much needed by today's philosophers and literary theorists. EBSCOHost Academic Search Elite, 2001: AN [Item number] 2705104. [NOTE: COCC Library subscribes to EBSCOHost] Cora's Abstract: Martin discusses first-person narrative techniques used in historical fictions and compares the focus of historians and novelists. Let us suppose the case of a prudent man deeply interested in knowing precisely what is happening in a distant country; one who, moreover, takes much pains to be well informed.

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Pluralistic Approaches to Art Criticism

Pluralistic Approaches to Art Criticism

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By the emergence of the Christian movement, new books, some authored in Greek and others translated from Hebrew or Aramaic originals, had been incorporated into the collection of books in the Septuagint. In some cases, however, self-critical progressives can take this strategy so far that they fall into the trap of taking most or all of the responsibility for something when it is not primarily of their doing.

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Kongo Graphic Writing and Other Narratives of the Sign

Kongo Graphic Writing and Other Narratives of the Sign

Barbaro Martinez-Ruiz

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Cather, Canon, and the Politics of Reading. 1992. He is drawn, on the one hand, into impulses destructive of individual and social harmony, but he is able, on the other hand, to structure his impulses toward the opposite goal of community.. .. Rather, they told stories; and if we wish to understand what the Gospels say, we should study how stories are told. The name derives from the two Greek words palin ("again") and psao ("scrape"), referring to the practice of scraping off the ink from a previous document written on a parchment so as to provide the scribe with a clean page.

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Jade a Study in Chinese Archaeology and Religion

Jade a Study in Chinese Archaeology and Religion

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Ansberry and Hays along with the other contributors to this book provide an enlightening and academically faithful approach to the historical-critical method that is an academic aid for the evangelical to faithfully approach historical criticism." "One of the things I most appreciated about the book was its balance between eloquence and substance. He wrote, "The discourses of the Prophets were none of them regularly committed to writing at the time; their disciples and hearers collected them subsequently. … Solomon's Proverbs were not the work of Solomon." [11] Around the end of the eighteenth century Johann Gottfried Eichhorn, "the founder of modern Old Testament criticism," produced works of "investigation of the inner nature of the Old Testament with the help of the Higher Criticism."

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Geometric Patterns: From Islamic Art & Architecture

Geometric Patterns: From Islamic Art & Architecture

Robert Field

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This comprehensive guide to the history of literary criticism from antiquity to the present day provides an authoritative overview of the major movements, figures, and texts of literary criticism, as well as surveying their cultural, historical, and philosophical contexts. Look for elements of prosody, such as: rhyme, rhythm, stanzas, meter, language and style. It is not always possible to arrive at certainty. 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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Hans Hofmann

Hans Hofmann

Helmut Friedel, Tina Dickey

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In the opening lines of the Inferno the affinity of the great encyclopaedic poem with both the poem of exile and the poem of vision is clearly marked. On the contrary, it is precisely these arguments that we must study with most care and sift in every sense so that, given their truth, we may abandon opportunely our too seductive conjecture, or at least modify it, again and again if needful, until eventually it acquire such accuracy and precision as to satisfy the most exacting, and be admitted by all as a scientific acquisition both new and solid.

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I Smell Chocolate (pOEMS THAT DON'T FIT IN THE BOX)

I Smell Chocolate (pOEMS THAT DON'T FIT IN THE BOX)

Peter Blueberry

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With these conflicting notions we can begin to unpick some of the threads of the poem. Right here an important distinction is necessary. P Bruce Uhrmacher reports that while in college Elliot Eisner worked with African American boys in the American Boys Commonwealth in the neighbourhood where he grew up). The play is believed to have been written between 1603, and most commonly dated in 1606. Focusing largely on work in the United States, the course seeks to understand how the use of land in art and architecture is bound into complicated entanglements of property and power, the inheritances of non-US traditions, and how the term 'landscape' is variously deployed in service of a range of political and philosophical positions.

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Kind of Bible

Kind of Bible

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When reading the literary analysis of a New Critic, you might come across the following terms: 1. In both the Matthean texts and the Lukan passage, the Byzantine text-type has readings which do not involve such errors (respectively, ’Ασά, ᾿Αμῶν, καὶ ἐσκοτίσθη ὁ ἥλιος [“and the sun was darkened”]). The introduction of printing and the establishment of a vernacular English that pushed out Latin and French as the lingua francas of official discourse led to the publication of books for readers’ pleasure.

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Munch

Munch

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Third, in letting his doctrinal position dictate the outcome of his textual criticism, Borland proves his own position wrong. Both methods attempt to answer the question, "What is meant?" Its originators are quite unknown to us as are also the many intermediaries who have passed it down to the time when we are first cognizant of it. My research question then might become In the Greek play Oedipus Rex by Sophocles, can King Oedipus be defined as a modern tragic figure? Such writers might learn to be more cautious by recalling a series of curious historical facts.

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Critical Art Pedagogy: Foundations for Postmodern Art

Critical Art Pedagogy: Foundations for Postmodern Art

Richard Cary

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Hans Rollmann at the Memorial University of Newfoundland. The term has much broader meaning than the word exegesis .flh Form In biblical studies form most often refers to oral forms for the transmission of tradition. Ladd (1993) succinctly summarises “If faith rests upon historical verification, it is no longer authentic faith but is reduced to good works – of the historian” (p.177). An important footnote to this chapter in the development of modern biblical scholarship is the fact that source criticism was often called (and still is sometimes called) �literary criticism.� This is an indication that 19th century biblical critics were initially concerned with the Gospels as literature.

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