Category: Criticism

God-or Gorilla: Images of Evolution in the Jazz Age

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Jude are from the pens of the Apostles of those names is variously answered outside the Church. Abrams, OUP. 1953, p.119,121 "The demands of metre allow the poet to say something which is not normal colloquial English, so that the reader thinks of the various colloquial forms which are near to it, and puts them together; weighting their probabilities in proportion to their nearness", William Empson, "Seven Types of Ambiguity" "Its verses are the liquid, billowy waves, ... always moving, always alike in their nature as rolling waves, but hardly are two exactly alike in size or measure (meter), never having the sense of something finished and fixed, always suggesting something beyond", Whitman, in "With Walt Whitman in Camden", Traubel. "The purpose of rhythm, it has always seemed to me, is to prolong the moment of contemplation, the moment when we are both asleep and awake", Yeats "The regular meter of formal poets is not a dull mechanical ticking, like a clock's; it coalesces out of the rhythms of randomly jotted phrases through a process of 'phase-locking'", Paul Lake in "The Measured Word", Kurt Brown (ed), Univ of Georgia Press, 2001, p.169 "most of the beauty of the lines and all their variety is gained by the skill with which the woof of speech-rhythm is continually thrown athwart the warp of the metrical type", Henry Newbolt, 1912 "The difference between the pattern of the line as speech and as metre is often recognised today as tension and is usually highly prized", Thompson, "The Founding of English Metre", Routledge, 1961, p.7 "The neo-formalists' perhaps unconscious exaltation of the iamb veils their attempt to privilege prevailing white Anglo-Saxon rhythms and culture", Ida Sadoff, Neo-Formalism: A Dangerous Nostalgia, APR, Jan 1990, p.8 "The purpose of rhythm, it has always seemed to me, is to prolong the moment of contemplation - the moment when we are both asleep and awake, which is the one moment of creation- by hushing us with an alluring monotony, while it holds us waking by variety", Yeats, "The Yeats Reader", edited by Richard J.

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African Renaissance: Old Forms, New Images in Yoruba Art

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Much of the blame for that lies with those apologists for modernism who have adopted in its defense anti-intellectual positions which betray the tough intellectualism of now dead modernists like Pound or Bunting or Olson", Donald Davie, "Parnassus magazine", 1987 "Avant-garde work ... is nothing if it's not a refusal of the very protocols which are preferred by mainstream venues and sales channels", Joshua Clover, "Tears in the Fence" (Issue 55, Summer 2012), p.110 "while [Dylan Thomas] is not the only poet to have written for avant-garde and mass audiences, he is the only one to have done both in such an un-ignorable and public way", John Goodby, "The Poetry of Dylan Thomas: Under the Spelling Wall", Liverpool UP, 2013 "While anthologies of recent years have situated the avant-garde as one feature of a 'pluralist now' (as in Roddy Lumsden's anthology "Identity Parade") or have made the argument that younger poets have bought into avant-garde techniques without necessarily sacrificing the motivation to express personal concerns (as in Nathan Hamilton's recent "Dear World and Everyone in It"), ["Enemies: The Selected Collaborations of SJ Fowler"] will serve as an introduction to the full provocation of today's 'vanguardist' poetics", David Clarke, "Sabotage Reviews" "Truly original works are vulnerable, because they have to abandon something that is supposed to be there.

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Scotland, CEMA and the Arts Council, 1919-1967: Background,

Euan McArthur

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On the other hand, authors who belonged to the 'Hellenistic Wing' of the Church refer more frequently to writings that later came to be included in the New Testament. Hazlett notes that at this point, with some embarrassment, the reader will switch allegiance to the narrator which is yet another trap. Up-to-date biographical information, overviews, full-text literary criticism and reviews on more than 130,000 writers in all disciplines, from all time periods and from around the world.

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Classic Pin Ups Of George Petty

Vinny Goldstein

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To prove his point he compares poetry with history. I take it that this view of the place of Stones in his work [141/142] became clear to Ruskin as he wrote. Certain classes of historical sources have long since attained the dignity of special auxiliary sciences. The Huntsman is effective and the birds and animals function well as a kind of Greek chorus. Literature, Trilling believes, can provide a corrective to such narrowness.

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Faust: a Tragedy

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Austria was compensated for her loss of the Austrian Netherlands and shot got Lombardy and Venetia in Italy. The human authors were subject to their own knowledge of history, geography, science, medicine, and overriding world-view. 47 Briggs thus restricted revelation, subjecting it to historical process. Where Biblical criticism has concentrated on a constructive examination of the text, valuable light has been shed on the meaning and setting of the books, with a consequent advantage to exegesis.

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The Work of Literature

Derek Attridge

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In fact the word "sensational" could have a more useful meaning in criticism if it were not merely an adverse value-judgement. If from Alewife or Harvard stations, exit at the front end of the train. While drawing on the work of several New Testament scholars, Bornkamm largely relies on his own interpretation of the Pauline epistles, Acts, and the interplay between them, leaving the reader to evaluate his arguments primarily on their own merits. Markov chains in speech, therefore, work mostly forward and over a fairly short span.

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On Interpretation: A Critical Analysis

Annette Barnes

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For Strauss, the spiritual truth was the esoteric truth of scientific materialism, the truth that had to slowly displace the literal but unhistorical and unphilosophic ‘truth’ of Scripture. . .” 119 While Hahn and Wiker effectively argue that the general conception of the meaning and direction of man’s cultural history was radically altered during the four centuries which their study treats, Politicizing the Bible also highlights the concomitant consequences of such a framework for biblical studies in particular.

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Northwest Traditions

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There is, therefore, no question that they are the product of one author. Hence, two different readers may derive completely different interpretations of the same literary text; likewise, a reader who re-reads a work years later may find the work shockingly different. Here nothing is negligible or unimportant. Monuments of architecture, objects of plastic art, coins, weapons, implements of labour, household utensils, material objects of every kind may in one way or another furnish us precious information.

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Renaissance In Italy: The Age Of The Despots...

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Note: Structuralism, semiotics, and post-structuralism are some of the most complex literary theories to understand. In Shakespeare or Chaucer, and much more so in the poetry of ancient Greece or China, there are different conventions to appreciate, and many words cannot be fully translated. For what questions about historical issues or contexts might this text provide answers? Weiss, and Godet; the other branch is partly the outgrowth of the Schleiermacher school and acknowledges as its founder Albert Ritschl, whose defection from the Tübingen group (1857) proved a serious blow to Baur's system.

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{[[ SANCTUS[LL.] DOCKET}}} [[[MasterPiece]]] "YoungSouls

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You compose first, then you listen for the reverberation", James Fenton "the London Magazine ... found itself embroiled in a quarrel which was to result in its editor, John Scott, being killed in a duel" - "The Function of Criticism", T. Provencher, Normand. "Loisy's Understanding of Theology and History." In the first place it is not fair to assert that the upholders of what are called the old-fashioned or traditional views of the Bible are opposed to the pursuit of scientific Biblical investigation.

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