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|Aeneid, bk. 6, 1. 638 (19 B.C.), trans, by David West (1991). Referring to the |
Elysian Fields, a stop on Aeneas's journey to the Underworld. Paranoia 1 A
paranoiac ... like a poet, is born, not made. Luis BuNUEL, (1900-1983) Spanish
|On the other hand, I was very fond of Suhida a! tie/o (Mexican Bra Ride). which I |
made in 1951 with a scenario based on ... there's absolutely nothing Mexican
about El: it's simply the portrait of a paranoiac, who, like a poet, is born, not made.
|... they break all records for oppression and bloodshed. Ibid., ch. 14 6 A |
paranoiac... like a poet, is born, not made. Ibid., ch. 18 7 In the name of
Hippocrates, doctors have invented the most exquisite form of torture ever known
to man: survival.
|Persian astronomer, poet. The Rubiiyat of Omar Khayyam, si. ... 2 A paranoiac . . . |
like a poet, is bom, not made. LUIS BUNUEL (1900-1981). ... PARASITES 1 You
had no right to be born; for you make no use of life. Instead of living for, in, and ...
|... as an intelligence without the possibility of expression is not really an |
intelligence. Our memory is our coherence, our reason, our feeling, even our
action. Without it, we are nothing. - Bunuel, Luis A paranoiac, like a poet, is born,
|We are loth to believe that the editor of the Standard desires to teach that it does |
not matter what a man believes, ... real homceopathist than the milkmaid of
painters is like the milkmaid of the barn-yard — only the difference is the other
way. The homceopathist of the old-school writers is a sort of paranoiac, who
believes, without evidence, a lot of impossible things ... assure him that, unlike
poets, homoeopathists are made, not born; made, often, by the hardest knocks of
|peace, and thus concluded that he is a legitimate exile, like myself. ... It really |
should not be called English. ... In any event, this man who was born in Zagreb
and fled with his mother into Austria and then made it to America after narrowly ...
When I, too, declined to write him a little account, his discouragement about our
caution (or paranoia) was evident. ... But in the end he gave it some
consideration, and we agreed that I would resurrect some of my old attempts at
poetry from the Dobri ...
|the conditions for a reasonable paranoia. ... So Pound's various equations for the |
poet — Odysseus, Malatesta, de Born, the associated sensibility, the full
Renaissance man in his ... Pound's attacks on the aesthetic of the ornament were
not made on behalf of an isolated aesthetic autonomy but on behalf of the
necessity of ...
|Hers is poetry of unfailingly feminine tone and sentiment, sometimes evoking the |
biblical Song of Songs and reviving or ... publisher of other women poets had not
made her something of a feminist cultural icon, responsible almost single-
handedly for making ... and *Isabel (1451-1504), los Reyes Catolicos (the
Catholic Monarchs), Juana de Castilla was born and raised in Toledo, ... been
suffering for some time from paranoia manifested in manic bouts of jealousy,
remained in Castile.
|For example, in the poem "America," Ginsberg played the primitivist card against |
corporate power, which used racism in the 1950s to fan ... Ginsberg puts so-
called primitive dialect into the paranoid corporate mouth in order to redefine
what primitive is. ... gates" of Western "Culture gods" of money and nostalgia, who
could not hear their souls for their guilty fear of "mob sounds." As now, so then
primitivisms were embedded constituents of thought, and the Beats made them