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|The remark's authorship was also claimed by Elbert Hubbard in A Thousand and |
One Epi- 7 Talent is an amalgam of high sensitivity; ... 14 Talent is nothing but a
prolonged period of attention and a shortened period of mental assimilation.
|So, what is 'natural talent'? Stanislavsky defines 'talent' as: nothing but a |
prolonged period of attention and a shortened period of mental assimilation. In a
genius the periods of mental assimilation have been reduced to a minimum,
while the ...
|Schumann, Robert Talent is always conscious of its own abundance, and does |
not object to sharing. - Solzhenitsyn, Alexander Talent is nothing but a prolonged
period of attention and a shortened period of mental assimilation. - Stanislavisky
|PD/January/2009/1144 “Talent is nothing but a prolonged period of attention and |
a shortened period of mental assimilation.” “The more things a man is ashamed
of, the more. Pandit Bhimsen Joshi : A Life in Music protect and conserve our ...
|Stanislavisky, Konstantin Talent is nothing but a prolonged period of attention |
and a shortened period of mental assimilation. - Stanislavisky, Konstantin The
greatest wisdom is to realize one's lack of it - Stanislavisky, Konstantin In spite of
|One definition of talent — Stanislavsky's, actually — holds that it is "nothing but a |
prolonged period of attention and a shortened period of mental assimilation." The
latter, which accounts for the quickness of New Yorkers, so many of whom are ...
|On the hysical constitution depends much of the future mental diavelopment of |
the child. ... and exert himself to gain a more extended view of music; but the
effects of such a longcontinued habit as his training involves must make it difficult
|Let the final meal be taken at least two hours before the effort, and touch nothing |
after that time — not even a glass of water. ... comes on, rinse the mouth several
times and perhaps swallow not more than a tablespoon- ful, but by no means ice
water. ... SPEAKING AFTER EATING— It is highly injurious to speak just after a
hearty meal, for the digestive and mental ... where orators maintain the
unflagging attention of hearers for a long period, when they could not have read
the same ...
|In the whole range of human inquiry there is, perhaps, no subject so difficult to |
treat satisfactorily as that of the mental ... of generally old-fashioned
connoisseurship, newly digested, if not wholly assimilated; and would be fairly
readable if the style were ... with the respectful attention which it is evident from
the tone of your book you expect; but, otherwise, it may be otherwise. ... The
period of time included within these biographical sketches is that which ends with
the death of Dean Colet, ...
|Repeatedly hare we known all the' operated-on die in an hospital, where nothing |
could be blamed but atmospheric influence. ... war that the circumstance
occurred which led Dr. Boggie to give to the subject of hospital gangrene his
deepest attention . Returning from England, where he bad been for a short time
on sick-leave, Dr. Boggie landed at Bilboa in 1812, the ... In discussing this
important subject with surgeons who were at Bilboa during the period alluded to,
and frequently with ...