Something Inside: Conversations With Gay Fiction Writers

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A literary document is like a fossil shell. Lawrence, Arthur Conan Doyle, Umberto Eco, H. One critic, however, dared to be different. But of course there can be no cordoning off of these institutional spheres from one another. Why did the Bantu- speakers, who had invaded Khoi lands farther north, not do so in the Cape region and then plant crops there? These developments, largely contributed by French theorists Louis Althusser and Michel Foucault, focus on the complex interrelationship between ideology and identity or between control and subjectivity.

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Every Day a Holiday: Celebrating Children's Literature

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In Italy, especially, the stage icenery was considered important and it was ordered that mag- lificent palaces should serve as a background for the action. In the 1970s French feminists approached feminism with the concept of ecriture feminine, which translates as female, or feminine writing. The grotesque is everywhere creatively allied with the beautiful in a way that antiquity could not conceive. Other tendencies in the moment after "Deconstruction" that share some of the intellectual tendencies of "Poststructuralism" would included the "Reader response" theories of Stanley Fish, Jane Tompkins, and Wolfgang Iser.

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The Subtext of Form in the English Renaissance: Proportion

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Why has literary criticism ignored or devalued women’s writing? Bekker collated some 400 manuscripts, grouped existing manuscripts of an author into families where one was derived from another, and published sixty volumes of improved editions of Greek authors. The meditation evolves out of a decade of reflections and animadversions on the phrase “Il y a là cendre” (Cinders there are). Excursions of that kind into tangible realities turn philosophy into the refuse of history, with the subject-matter of which it is confused, in the manner of a fethisistic belief in culture per se. “Traditional” Marxism, if “untrue” during this period of a proliferation of new subjects of history, must necessarily become true again when the dreary realities of exploitation, extraction of surplus value, proletarianization, and the resistance to it in the form of class struggle, all slowly reassert themselves on a new and expanded world scale, as they seem currently in the process of doing.

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History, the Human, and the World Between

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The reputations of many of its star turns depend on an exclusivity that maintains an embargo on true diversity. Thus, Veblen's writing includes an implicit plea for more empirical work and a greater emphasis on inductive research. American Feminist Playwrights: A Critical History. That is what it comes from and to that it must always return for nourishment", T. Henri Carnoy. [Lang uses this preface to defend himself and Joseph Jacobs from critical remarks made by G.

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Ireland and the New Journalism (New Directions in Irish and

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Overly mystical and too idealistic about human nature, only the world-wide social elements of Buddhism have genuine merit, the rest is yet-another self-fulfilling religion of superstition, assumptions and pseudopsychology. Mitchell, Tony. "Colonial Discourse and the National Imaginary." Goethe, "Werke", Hamburger Ausgabe, Munich:C. In his chapter on the Romantic period he argues that the cult of individualism, ‘sensibility’, and nature was a reaction to the industrial revolution which reduced man to a mere part in the economy of mass production.

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In the Dim Void: Samuel Beckett's Late Trilogy: Company, Ill

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Jean de la Fontaine, Selected Fables [trans. In this film, it becomes possible to understand the way a woman director can register the contradiction between the image and the reality of motherhood. They exhibit humanly bodily functions and engage in typical sibling rivalry, yet folklorists display them as beings more grotesque than the doll-like Cinderella” (p. 112). “The grotesques have no fairy godmother” (p.113).] Roberts, Warren E.

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The Shriek of Silence: A Phenomenology of the Holocaust

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If a lion could talk, we could not understand him. Adams, "Rialto 38", 1997, p.45 "metre with its tendency towards statement rather than exploration ... The protagonist should be renowned and prosperous, so his change of fortune can be from good to bad. Asger Jorn: ‘Forms Conceived as Language' 1949. Ch. 5: Fathers: The Men in Our Lives, notes the cultural history of fatherhood and patriarchy, social definitions of father-daughter relationships, daughters devoted to fathers, the model for heterosexual relations, sexuality between father and daughter, incest-rape, mother-daughter bond excluding fathers, mothers abandoning daughters for father, fathers interrupting the mother/daughter relations.

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A Poet's Notebook (Bloomsbury Reader)

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Thus man's language bore a "real presence," a presence which gave intimations of his connection with the divine. Thus literature is as a rule less inflexible than morality, and it owes much of its status as a liberal art to that fact. Her analysis focuses on the social construction of Woman as the Other. What, then, is left of Diamond's explanation? On this level the difficulty in retaining the word "hero," which has a more limited meaning among the preceding modes, occasionally strikes an author.

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Reading Africa into American Literature: Epics, Fables, and

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The movement from one world to the other may be symbolized by the golden fire that descends from the sun, as in the mythical basis of the Danae [203] story, and by its human response, the fire kindled on the sacrificial altar. Rpt. in L'Autre Monde, ou Histoire Comique des Etats et Empires de la Lune. The book defines "othering" as "judging all who are different as less that fully human." Writing after the Restoration of the Stuarts, he is one of the group who helped form the neoclassical school of literature in England.

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Mona Queen of Lost Atlantis an Idyllic Reembodiment of Long

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The post-Mosaic additions and modifications allowed by the Biblical Commission in the Pentateuch without removing it from the range of substantial integrity and Mosaic authenticity are variously interpreted by Catholic scholars. (1) We should have to understand them in a rather wide sense, if we were to defend the views of von Hummelauer or Vetter. Finally, we will show how film criticism always occurs somewhere, with these places constituting the milieu of its authors and audiences, leading to distinctive film criticism practices and outcomes.

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