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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 ...
|eroticism, taste, power, meaning, pulsation, highs, and personal experience. |
What is at stake? The search ... (Ibid: 171) In this loveless everyday life eroticism
is a substitute for love', youth the measure of joy and freedom. The cult of eros
|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 ...
|... is withdrawing into her private sphere of heart sickness that allows her to lie in |
bed, divorce herself from everyday life, and ... Leah point to the fact that the
woman welcomes disease and death as the only alternatives to a life of
heartbroken misery. ... The ancient woman led a loveless life and was one of two
wives, while the modern Leah is loved by two men, yet is ... The erotic flavor of
the Canticles verse exposes the bond between Leah and her husband as pale
|" "The Four Loves deserves to become a minor classic as a modern mirror of our souls, a mirror of the virtues and failings of human loving." —New York Times Book Review "Lewis has a keen eye, a large measure of human sympathy, wit, and a ...|
|This is just the initial act in a magnificent odyssey that seamlessly merges the actual with the imagined. A book whose importance is eclipsed only by its quality, The Satanic Verses is a key work of our times.|
|"Eroticism, closing in on itself, wanting a sensation and not another person, bars |
love out. ... Thus, they leave the door open for the substitute, the fakery, the
bewitchment. And sons, like fathers, ... 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.
" Love ...
|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.|