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|The horrid sacrifice is then to be consummated. The Meria's arms and legs are |
broken in several places to prevent his resistance at the place of sacrifice, as he
must there appear to be a voluntary, unbound offering. He is then borne to the
|In the end fate (whose Latin name, as St. Augustine says, is fari, 'to speak') |
teaches him to read his nature better. He finally ... But this is his own meaning, so
to speak, and he finds rest only when he sacrifices himself to it, for the means
must be ...
|His first requirement for that is to not consider only the intellectual interests of the |
spectator, since that might only be addressing an ... If an artist wishes to display a
work he must address the representative individual, that is to say neither to the
individual ... One should, one must sacrifice a few for the greater technical good.
|Saturn-Neptune contacts are important for an artist because they give him the |
freedom of the group feeling life as a source ... in its capacity to evoke or
constellate the collective psyche, and in acquiring this power the artist must first
sacrifice his ...
Neil Harris - 1966 - 432 pages
|The conditions of egalitarian democracy and primitive simplicity did not favor the |
professionals or endow their art with specific themes. ... of high art, demanding
constant proofs of the dignity of their calling and justifications for their personal
sacrifices, American artists came to ... Artists must never forget they have a duty to
perform, advised William Tudor in 1816, and "should feel something of a
Lynn Davidman, Shelly Tenenbaum - 1994 - 288 pages
|made her interpretation of the new covenant (the Jewish idea of the American |
way) different from that of the male ... sense of identity as a Jewish man and as an
artist, Yezierska must sacrifice her writing in order to become reconciled with the
|delivered in the hall of the Musical Fund Society, on the 29th of November, 1826 |
Henry Dilworth Gilpin, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. held a trifling
sacrifice if national honor was at stake; to laws and institutions calculated to
preserve the direct and practical ... The annual feast, which marks the birth of
their republic, must not be celebrated alone with the symbols of joy — with
assemblages of ...
Gesa Elsbeth Thiessen - 2004 - 400 pages
|Here he argues why such artists and their art must be recognized by the Church. |
The Non-Christian Artist in the service of the Church Among the most interesting
questions arising from the previous discussion ... saying mass there have
remarked that they have not offered the sacrifice with more fervour since their
|him to their own intellectual level, making their god in their own image, as is the |
way of primitive religious folk. The more ... work; and if he occasionally sacrificed
others to his ideal, it must be admitted that he never hesitated to sacrifice himself.
|The question, then, arises, What can be done to ameliorate their condition, |
without sacrificing the best interests of the colonies? Certainly no ... There must
be a consent of principle, a co-operation among all parties, to atta n the desired
end. Most writers .... The Art of Beauty ; or the best Methixls of Preserving the
Shape, Carriage, and Cornpleiion ,' together with the Theory of Beauty- 12mo.
Knight and ...