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|The 114-minute program has optional English subtitles, and is accompanied by a |
trailer, two essays about Donen and a summary of Stone's career. ... when they
are not arguing with one another over whether or not they should tell you ahead
of time about the stamps and that sort of thing. ... We also have to share the best
story on the commentary track, because it's too good to leave to the DVD. ... and
then rushes on to the next subject before you have a chance to think twice about
|With which are Incorporated "the Mechanic", "Scientific Opinion," and the "British |
and Foreign Mechanic." ... Surely, even those destructive English artillerists ought
to be contented with this 1 After a reasonable— perhaps I ought to write ... 207, I
do think his testimony would have compelled my credcuce, for all his
communications exhibit plenty of Internal .... Sir,— Under tho above title— which,
by the way, is very much like two names for one thing — " Soul Ry- mea" says we
|One Woman's Search for Everything Across Italy, India and Indonesia Elizabeth |
Gilbert ... It's more like a shared relishing of the Italian language, an almost
worshipful ritual, and we're always offering each other new wonderful idioms.
Like, for ...
|One of the things which is bothering the country and the world at large is the |
shortage of Labor. We heard Mr. Segur this morning talk about elimination of
waste, and of effi— ciency, and I am sure that appealed more closely to ... old
methods, his practical use is twice as much, and his value is twice as much both
to the community as a whole and to himself. ... When I stop to think that we are all
laboring men, and that we all want a better share as conditions make that
possible, I know the ...
|Macbeth,' an opera seria, will, we understand, be produced next week ; also, ' La |
Stra- niera,' if not performed this evening. ... witli a solo executed with great
feeling by Mr. Eliason himself, made together one of the pleasantest concerts of
the season. ... Mr. Bayly is a pretty song writer, but we would recommend him not
to trust to his own musical skill. ... We think that by being converted into a trio, the
composition is more valuable than it could have been in its original state as a
|of which the poet Simms speaks, in one of his admirable poems ; but of his own |
knowledge, farther this deponent saith not. . . . Deeply do we sympathize with ' A
Bereaved Mother,' and rejoice at the same moment, that the article upon the ...
heard these coarse remarks thrice repeated to different individuals by a person of
pleasing and gentlemanlike exterior, had the ... and the 1 French Revolution;'
who does us the honor to say, that he has frequently met the Knickerbocker in
|We gratefully share her raptures ; only the commonplace and over-fed would be |
unstirred by her vivid paintings. The daughters of tho year, One after one, through
that still garden passed; Each, garlanded with her peculiar flower, Danced ...
seem to assimilate — that you cannot make other people think and feel and hope
and enjoy in the way that suits yourself. ... than in the last ; tin couple enlacd, as
wife and husband should be, very properly and very prettily, they fade away
|Critics ought to take such a stale of things into consideration! and prefer the |
second night for the exercise of their vocation. ... We think that the above is
sufficient cause for advising the management of the Italian opera, (in the absence
of ballet and ... to well-read amateuis and professional men alone, without
hunting for French words to put in the place of plain English. ... Every step he
makes forward, as an Irishman would say, is a step backward ; and in one of his
last paroxysms, ...
|They are mostly Cockneys who have lost their last music of real things by getting |
out of the sound of Bow Bells. ... I say frankly, therefore (lest there should be any
air of evasion), that Imperialism in its common patriotic pretensions appears to
me both weak ... The French are a violent people, and therefore they twice
conquered that Empire by violence of arms. ... In order to get to the root of this evil
and quite un-English Imperialism we must cast back and begin anew with a more