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|In this loveless everyday life eroticism is a substitute for love. Though it seems |
difficult that sexuality should be conceived, constituted and instituted as an entity
(therefore as a 'sub-system' presided over in this presidential regime by an ...
|4 Eroticism is like a dance: one always leads the other. MILAN KUNDERA (b. |
1929), Czech author, ciilic. Immortality, pt 3, The CaT 11991). 5 In this loveless
everyday life eroticism is a substitute for love. HENRI LEFEBVRE (b. 1901).
|Their dances, close moments together, and phone calls which last for hours |
signify that their lives are both work and ... 'In this loveless everyday life eroticism
is a substitute for love' (Lefebvre, 1984: 172), and youth a measure of joy and ...
|Huxley uses his entire prowess to throw the idea of utopia into reverse, presenting us what is known as the "dystopian" novel. When Brave New World was written (1931), neither Hitler nor Stalin had risen to power.|
|The infamous biography of the legendary Deep Throat star, in which she reveals a systematic programme of abuse and degradation on the part of Chuck Traynor, her partner and director.|
|father's hair, her new love for her father grows, and the language of love begins |
to reform her character. ... parents to be of high social standing and him or herself
as adopted by the parents of low social standing with whom he or she lives. ... as
I mentioned earlier, has two principal aims: one ambitious (based on desire for
higher social class), the other erotic.18 In ... in the name of adoptive paternal love
and so liberates herself from the authority of a "real" but loveless or absent father.
|Eroticism, as poets should know, is selfish; like Narcissus, some men retreat from |
what is real and personal, and either ... Thus, they leave the door open for the
substitute, the fakery, the bewitchment. ... What is loveless burdens him; God's
yoke, if he could have it, would be easy. ... "To live for love is a far greater
adventure, and that means bringing love to meet love every day in the common
things of life.
|Mary: A Fiction (1788) is an autobiographical novel by Mary Wollstonecraft. It presents the tale of a woman who is dissatisfied with traditional marriage, which she compares to slavery, and wants to live life her own way.|
|or furthering life: without repairing some deficiency of love in our homes, our |
villages, our cities: without caring for a child, ... that leaps to life in dance or song:
beauty as simple people know it in their daily life— the folk of Hawaii, Bali,
Mexico, Brazil ... the newcomer with a kiss, out of affectionate courtesy ; and what
could have been a better proof of their sound erotic life? ... loveless world of the
machine: hostile to life and now capable, if modern man's compulsive
irrationalities increase, ...
|They have to be distinguished from erotic art, or the literature of protest, if justice |
itself is not to be perverted. ... concepts of erotic art — art which attempts to distil
the real essence of sexual love — by impersonal loveless violence, and wanton
... and inherent patterns which are built into his nervous system and which
develop and evolve throughout his life. ... sex tends to be equated either with the
absence of love or with the substitution of power or subjection for the experience
of loving; ...