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Heroic diversions - Sidney’s Defence of Poetry

Heroic diversions - Sidney’s Defence of Poetry
... suggested, of a transitional period in the definition of the English gen- Heroic diversions: Sidney’s Defence of Poetry 83 tleman It is a result too of Sidney’s marginal status as a gentleman, a status ... implies, to reduce the status of the courtier to that of the court lady On the Heroic diversions: Sidney’s Defence of Poetry 75 one hand, this reduction in status suggests Sidney’s need to placate ... consumption Against the power of Heroic diversions: Sidney’s Defence of Poetry 79 the crown and the threat of social mobility, courtly chivalry as a representation of Protestant warrior service...
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Poetry in manuscript and print

Poetry in manuscript and print
... from the readers Poetry in manuscript and print 19 The act of printing, on the other hand, gave poetry a ®xed quality manuscript verse never had Paradoxically, newsprint also made poetry ephemeral ... assembled from Poetry in manuscript and print 23 several traditional lines, yet, by using literary sources instead of traditional lines, Poe removed the album verse from the realm of folklore into literary ... bundles of manuscript that it was to compete with Instead of the common cursive manuscript, the writing was in Roman 28 Poe and the printed word characters ± an imitation of printing.'' 23...
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The concepts of art and poetry in Emmanuel Levinas’s writings

The concepts of art and poetry in Emmanuel Levinas’s writings
... that we inhabit Poetry is anarchic in the original sense of the word In the Republic Plato formalized this link between poetry and anarchy (and, in the bargain, instituted the discipline of philosophy) ... his thought? Art and poetry in Levinas 219 (3) The idea that art ‘brings into the world the obscurity of fate’ summarizes neatly the thesis of the materiality of art (namely that the artwork [is] ... that it ‘integrates the inhuman work of the artist into the human world It does not attack the artistic event as such, that obscuring of being in images, that stopping of being in the meanwhile’...
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The GED Language Arts, Reading Exam - Poetry

The GED Language Arts, Reading Exam - Poetry
... (repetition of the t sound), and at the end (repetition of the r sound) Notice the alliteration of the k sound in the first line and the l sound in the second line of The Eagle”: He clasps the crag ... use sound to help create the right tone and reflect the theme of the poem By using the k and l sounds together in the first two lines, Tennyson suggests the duality of the eagle: its serene beauty ... undergrowth; Then took the other, as just as fair, And having perhaps the better claim, Because it was grassy and wanted wear; Though as for that the passing there Had worn them really about the same,...
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Aesthetic Animism Digital Poetry as Ontological Probe potx

Aesthetic Animism Digital Poetry as Ontological Probe potx
... new-media 3D-representations, there will be a re-turn toward aesthetic animism, animism without precedent: a digital animism that includes language as a proto-animal This will be the turn toward living ... AESTHETIC ANIMISM Evolution Prosthesis Assimilation EVOLUTION The separation between language and nature as methods for aesthetic experience (a separation that emerged with inscription and was ... belongs like a mitochondria to images ASSIMILATION Related software case-study: After FX ASSIMILATION As long as it seems physically appropriate, obedient of basic laws like conservation of momentum,...
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The Poetry of Architecture pdf

The Poetry of Architecture pdf
... no hum of men; no motion of multitude in the midst of them: they are voiceless as the city of ashes The transparent air is gentle among the blossoms of the orange and the dim leaves of the olive; ... of the past Every mark of dilapidation increases this feeling; while these very marks (the fractures of the stone, the lichens of the moldering walls, and the graceful lines of the sinking roof) ... roofs, but is permitted to trace in the stones of the peasant's dwelling, as in the crags of the mountain side, no evidence of the line or the mallet, but the operation of eternal influences, the...
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Rembrandt's Reading: The Artist's Bookshelf of Ancient Poetry and History

Rembrandt's Reading: The Artist's Bookshelf of Ancient Poetry and History
... participant; it is the “open” space of the window, and the agent by which Six reads This light illuminates the head and hand of Six, the sword hilt upon the table, and the pile of books, the top one ... one of the five performances of Medea in the autumn of 1647 Noting the theatricality of the costumes and the similarity of the architecture to the Stadsschouwburg, J Konst posited that Rembrandt’s ... in the market and shops The Ubiquitous Book A brief survey of the role of the book in the Netherlands helps to explain how books were intrinsic to the material culture surrounding Rembrandt The...
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Poetry and the Romantic Musical Aesthetic pptx

Poetry and the Romantic Musical Aesthetic pptx
... discuss the Romantic musical aesthetic rather than Hegel, Hölderlin, and Wordsworth, the first being a philosopher and the other two being poets? Rather than pointing out the variety and development ... in his fine Poetry and the Romantic Musical Aesthetic, in their works they addressed issues of ‘identity, freedom, and beauty that still matter’ (p 176), i.e., they express ‘hope for the reintegration ... directing the metaphysical focus to aesthetics and the subjectivity of knowledge, Kant paved the way for scientific and philosophical reflections on the subject, aesthetics, and, despite his focus on the...
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the cambridge introduction to russian poetry

the cambridge introduction to russian poetry
... intentionally left blank The Cambridge Introduction to Russian Poetry The Cambridge Introduction to Russian Poetry presents the major themes, forms, genres, and styles of Russian poetry Using examples ... hearken to the summons of the shepherd’s horn nearby, / To the muted mating call of the black grouses in the distance, / To the whistle of the nightingales in the bushes, [like] lambs in the air / To ... achieve the concentration and variety of patterning found in poetry Introduction The present book is conceived of as an introduction to Russian poetry, not a literary history However, the task of introduction...
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a treasury of sanskrit poetry

a treasury of sanskrit poetry
... From Subhashila Ratnakosha 87 The Traveller at the Well 110 88 Forest Fire 111 xvi A Treasury of Sanskrit Poetry D1VAKARA From Surngadhara Paddhati 89 The Spread of Fame 12 AMARU Amarusataka 90 Love ... KSHEMIsv ARA Chandakausika 143 The Sacrificial Tree 150 SIDDHA Upamitibhavaprapancha Kathii 144 The Beggar Unmeritorious 15 ANANTA From Siirngadhara Paddhati 145 The Poet's Fame 152 KALASAKA From ... Chhiindogya 20 Upanishad You are That 21 Taittiriya Upanishad 21 Learn and Teach Munqaka 22 21 Upanishad Two Birds 22 VYASA Mahiibhiirata 23 The Humiliation of Draupadi 23 24 Death of Abhimanyu 28...
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