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Robert Andrews - 1993 - 1092 pages
|... Films of Woody Allen. 1982), explaining 10 Annie Hall (Diane Keaton) why he |
is passing on a marijuana party. 2 It is not opium which makes me work but its
absence, and in order for me to feel its absence it must from time to time be
|Poet, essayist, playwright, actor, and director Antonin Artaud sometimes credited |
his creativity to the absence of opium: “It is not opium which makes me work but
its absence, and in order for me to feel its absence it must from time to time be ...
|was quite radical and was considered an insightful transition that found its |
influence in many forms of entertainment to follow: Rockers Jim ... It is not opium
which makes me work but its absence, and in order for me to feel repeated
electroshock treatments. In its absence it must from time to time be the last year of
his life he lived in a present. halfway house, and for the first time —Antonin
Artaud was ...
|But I can do nothing unless I take into myself at moments this culture of |
nothingness. It is not opium which makes me work but its absence, and in order
for me to feel its absence it must from time to time be present."167 Negative piles
up upon ...
|The object should be to restore the natural secretions as rapidly as possible, |
whilst at the same time we endeavour to remove ... as possible, having no
subsequent actions to perform, but merely to make its exit from the system as
soon as convenient. ... It has been found to have a very important office, and that
its absence is of serious consequence to the system. ... constipation caused by
opium, by its exhibition as proposed by me in 1842 ; but of that I have already
said as much as will ...
|Congestion, in plethoric individuals, may go on for a considerable time, and then |
an hsemorrhoidal flux may come to the ... This matter has been forced upon me
by repeated observation, and you often see, in connection with the suppression
... There are several kinds of diRrrhcen, and we may jndgo of its nature by an
examination of the matter passed by stool. ... In some cases, where the
inflammation is intense, there is not only mucus, but shreds of lymph are passed
down the canal.
|Mr. Guthrie recommends that one grain should be given two or three times a day, |
according to its effect, for the first two days, and be followed up by a large
emollient enema at the ex- Siration of that time. ... the aperient treatment had
entwined me, to wait so long ; but when the vomiting and pain that occurred on
their administration supervened on ... ligament ; and if its beak is not properly
fitted for its work, of course the difficulty to the operator and danger to the patient
will be increased.
|The pulse was regular, but beating so rapidly that it could not be counted at the |
wrist ; the artery was distended though the pulse wave was small. ... were given
three times a day, and a dose of opium or a small hypodermic injection was
necessary at night from time to time. ... of its nature — that is to say, whether it
depends upon an organic lesion of the heart or not. ... This case reads to me very
much like one of acute myocarditis, such as I recorded some years ago, and I
think we might ...
|Return trip must begin not later than March 1st. but by paying one dollar at |
destination return limit may be extended to March 13th. ... He spoke of a visit to
North China and Manchuria a few years ago and said that to him the Great Wall,
with its huge ... America's special opportunity in China today was shown to be
due to several causes: Our freedom from the opium ... of the membeis in the work
of the local association which has for some time been in a state of "innocuous
|The opium fiend can beat the big drum. ... Christ said to Simon Peter : " Simon, |
son of Jonas, lovest thou me ? ... If he does not show his love by the helping of
others, the golden moment passes, and the work has to be done over again ... so
in the process of conversion we have the danger of sterile emotion, of wrong
emotion excited from time to time, and ending ... This is the function of tea, coffee,
and the other alkaloids that make us feel well when we are not well, that give us