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|9076 General presentation of P. stressing the celebration of life, the human |
power for greatness in the face of exile and ... of a dead cat are seen as objects of
beauty accomplishes the synthesis of opposites in which life and death merge in
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|Â“The sannyÔsin har- kens close to ═iva and releases the past to an outer death. |
... the day, walk into your destiny with the courage born of knowing that the
ancient ═aivite scriptures proclaim your sannyÔsin's life great above all other
|... d'Ascoynes, in church for the funerals, already strike marble attitudes in their |
pew — they don't flinch and so merge with the figures on the ancestral tombs. ...
Yet, somehow, the brilliant inner-life is conveyed. ... As with Guinness, it is great
acting, and the greatness defies analysis. ... In attempting to solve crimes and
expose lies, they are agents of order — or disorder, The Life and Death of Peter ...
|ation per se, but the structuring and schematizing of a life around considerations |
of edification, amplification, and ... Brother Devoted to Art') regarded all personal
aberrations or freakishness as a barrier to ultimate artistic greatness. Klopstock's
life centred on the fulfilment of Der Messias. After his death, the religious poet
and his epic poem could merge in symbiotic form under the heading '
|and the cohering is for it, And all preparation is for it . . and identity is for it . . . and |
life and death are for it. ... 16 The fusion of the persona's dreams with those of the
other dreamers (the subconscious merging of the I and the you) is an effective
and elegant tour de force. ... and “becomes” the other dreamers, heals them, and
makes them aware of their potential greatness and their eligibility for immortality.
|Hence the aesthetic excitement of the soul and the sensuous excitement of the |
body as experienced in the state between life and death tend to merge almost
imperceptibly. ... When Monos cherishes the synesthetic merging of all
sensations, he epitomizes the concrete corporeality and ... the familiar features
we have so often looked upon, we see the greatness of that alteration, and feel
what it is to die.
|This FREE VERSE sonnet is one of the best examples in Leaves of Grass of |
Whitman's ability to merge poetic form and ... He sees in the bird's loss of his
mate the greatness of life, because the inevitability of death makes him want to
live more ...
|Leaving behind the medieval monastary of Mariabronn at the urgings of his instructor, Narcissus, Goldmund embarks on a fantastic journey to recapture his past and discover his future. Reprint.|
|It is a spiritual drama of moral struggles concerning faith, doubt, and reason, set against a modernizing Russia. Dostoyevsky composed much of the novel in Staraya Russa, which is also the main setting of the novel.|