Category «Criticism»

Renaissance in Italy. The Revival of Learning

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Pritchett "there are three rules to writing novel. Split the atom of sound (and speech is fission) and you detonate an astonishing charge of meaning", "Beyond Formalism", G. The building of the lofty rhyme is like any other masonry or bricklaying: we have theories of its rise, height, decline and fall - which latter, it would seem, is now near, among all people", Thomas Carlyle, "Signs of the Times", 1829 "Literary criticism can be no more than a reasoned account of the feeling produced upon the critic by the book he is criticizing.

Henry Fuseli: 138 Paintings and Drawings

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She came by such views honestly, then turned them into horror... more » Why do you read what you read? In social settings the word refers to an act of reverence from an inferior to a superior. The Musical Times 95 (Dec 1954): 649-659. Hettrich, Ernst. "Brahms-Aufführungen in Wien: Rezensionen und Materialien." REFER TO COURSE DESCRIPTIONS FOR ENFORCED PREREQUISITES. A Dickens does not create, but is created by, his public", Stephen Potter, "The Muse in Chains", Jonathan Cape, 1937, p.183 "In 1892 Walter Besant ... calculated that there were approximately a hundred novelists living in Britain living by their writing", "London Review of Books", 2nd Nov, 2006, p.12 "three-quarters of all periodical literature in the late 19th century was fiction, and serialisation could be highly lucrative", "London Review of Books", 2nd Nov, 2006, p.12 "A recent Arts Council study notes that only four per cent of the total sales of the best-selling 1000 poetry books in 1998-1999 were of contemporary poetry.

Contemporary Art in Papua New Guinea

Susan Cochrane

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Are there meaningful similarities among the literatures of different post-colonial populations? You need not answer them all, but questions one and two are essential to any book review, so those must be included. But I should have thought they were suffering in their daily lives, not from excess of emotion, but from deficiency; that they wanted, not to be ‘purge’, but to be fed – that they were hungry and thirsty for emotions that the dull round of their days denied.” And again, he observes: “He (Aristotle) stands in the position of a person arguing with a fanatical Puritan about wine or dancing.

A theory of pure design; harmony, balance, rhythm

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In this way, the function of a critic is to find out those gaps and lapses. This is comparable to more obvious acts of appeasement where Aaron Stops God's plague with an incense offering (Numbers 17:8-15; English 16:43-50) or David stops God's plague with sacrifice (2 Samuel 24:18-25). Filling in the history of German criticism from the Enlightenment to the present are Klaus L. He had particular contempt for the ulema, writing that: They recite their sacred books, although the fact informs me that these are fiction from first to last.

Marie Louise von Motesiczky

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First, the union effected was a personal one. “It involves a personal relationship which it originates and maintains by certain events and institutions.” 83 It was religion as opposed to theology. Finding out about who created a source and why they did so will add great depth to your assessment pieces. Chesnutt, Margaret. "Joyces's Dubliners: History, Ideology, and Social Reality." How does the work consider traditionally marginalized populations? Allen Ruppersberg, PST: Before and After, 2012 (artwork © Allen Ruppersberg; cover photograph copyright © 1947, Los Angeles Times, reprinted with permission; interior background images published under fair use) It can seem as if recent changes in how we learn do little more than facilitate a quantitative randomness.

Art of the Japanese Postcard: Masterpieces fom the Leonard

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Unfortunately, there are also disadvantages to this approach. The former--"textual criticism"--has a well-defined field in which it is possible to apply exact canons of judgment: the latter--"higher criticism"--while invaluable as an aid in the domain of Biblical introduction (date, authorship, genuineness, contents, destination, etc.), manifestly tends to widen out illimitably into regions where exact science cannot follow it, where, often, the critic's imagination is his only law.

Mary Cassatt: Prints and Drawings from the Artist's Studio

Marc Rosen

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In his observations on the nature and function of poetry, he has replied the charges of Plato against poetry, where in he partly agrees and partly disagrees with his teacher. 1.4.1 How did Aristotle reply to Plato’s Objection? The former claims that ethical criticism is never legitimate since moral and aesthetic value are autonomous, while the latter reduces aesthetic value to moral value. Further, women (and men) needed to consider what it meant to be a woman, to consider how much of what society has often deemed inherently female traits, are culturally and socially constructed.

Modern Furniture in Canada

Virginia Wright

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Are these aims supported or justified? (You might look back at the introduction to the book for help). Paul was able to appeal to his preaching of Jesus' resurrection which his readers had accepted years before. It was not a Humanist, but the erratic Reformer Carlstadt, who first broke with tradition on the authorship of an inspired book by declaring that Moses could not have written the Pentateuch, because the account of his death is in the same style as the rest of his book.

Comparative Semitic Philology in the Middle Ages: From Sa

Aaron Maman

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For the high mimetic poet is pre-eminently a courtier, a counsellor, a preacher, a public orator or a master of decorum, and the high mimetic is the period in which the settled theatre comes into its own as the chief medium of fictional forms. Literary critics may sometimes challenge the ideas and values of literature. It is also reasonable to assume that the other gospel writers did the same (Marshall 1985, p. 139). In the end we should remember a good old philological rule: When one does not understand something, one should first mistrust oneself and not the text." [61] As has been clearly demonstrated, the Jewish Sages and later scribes were extraordinarily careful to guarantee that no changes were made in the text of the Torah and Nach. [62] Their precision was such that today, despite the fact that the Jews were dispersed to almost every corner of the globe and their communities often had little contact with each other, there are no essential differences in the text of the Torah scrolls.

Charles Marville: Photographer of Paris (Metropolitan

Sarah Kennel, Anne de Mondenard, Peter Barberie, Françoise Reynaud, Joke de Wolf

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The fountain combines the material and the spiritual. Still today, reviewers of modern concert performances remark on the heavy-handed religious issues surrounding the Requiem: Hadow has claimed, echoing and at the same time reversing the commentary of numerous predecessors, that the work is "less suited to the church than to the concert room," [32] while others have again attempted to explain the Requiem's identity: it is "not a requiem mass; it is rather a cantata," claims Dickenson, while another reviewer considers it to be "the great funeral chant of modern music." [33] Above all, analysts are taken with the textual choices Brahms made in producing the Requiem, and with its identity and categorization.