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|ART. OF. SACRIFICE. He who would accomplish little must sacrifice little; he who |
would achieve much must sacrifice much; he who would attain highly must
sacrifice greatly. ... and is full of true joy. Gandhi Artists must be sacrificed to their
|21 Artists must be sacrificed to their art. Like bees, they must put their lives into |
the sting they give. RALPH WALDO EMERSON (1803-82), U.S. essayist, poet,
philosopher, tellers and Social Aims. -Inspiration" ( 1 876). 22 An artist is a
|From Beethoven and Kafka to George Sand, Picasso and Agatha Christie, this compilation of letters, diaries and interviews reveals the profound fusion of discipline and dissipation through which the artistic temperament is allowed to evolve, ...|
|More commonly, the artist is allowed to transcend his or her suffering in one way |
or another, transmuting it into great art. ... Constantia must sacrifice her own
desires for Chopin's sake (34.25); both Julietre and Therese, in their different
|53 Little wonder, then, that Orlan would prefer to represent the artist's complicity |
as an act of necessary martyrdom than as an act of prostitution. To be a martyr is
to be a living saint: it involves self-sacrifice and loss of social status; one
undergoes humiliation, pain, even death for ... Artists can be viewed as secular
martyrs to the extent that they must defer to their institutional sponsors as well as
to the critics ...
|Madame Vestris seems bent on doing her utmost to please before she crosses |
the Atlantic ; and the trifle, with the above ... the plot (plots) is untellable, so we
must be satisfied with stating that it is ably worked out by Farren and Charles
Mathews, ... about 124 square feet; is executed with perfect accuracy, and
employed the diligent artist during a period of twelve years. ... The regular district
sacrifices take place annually ; and, in addition to these, victims are offered up by
individuals in ...
|It offers up its sacrifices to intelligibility and thereby realizes its own nature by |
receiving understanding. ... These "other things," however, we have reiterated,
should be taken in their turn as symbols, for they are not merely "things" but a
kind of ...
|Ifyou think you'vefinally got it, you're only partially right because there is always a |
new and deeper realization around the corner. eden experienced it, then the
word is ... Is it then fair to say that you must sacrifice, even suffer, for your art?
|It could not be nature, reason, or interest ; it must therefore be the authority of his |
sovereign ; and if Adam had enjoined it on his ... There were no purposes for
which animals could have been slain, unless for those of food, sacrifice, or
|The Holy Father on Sacred Art. According to the Holy Father, sacred art, |
especially its beauty, is essential, for “the ... They must make their Church into a
place where beauty – and hence truth – is at home. ... (a) “Artistic Freedom” in
Sacred Art. Pius XII speaks of “artists [who have] dared to bring into churches
works devoid of any religious inspiration and completely at variance with the right
rules of art.
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