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Robert Andrews - 1997 - 625 pages
|4 The thing that teases the mind over and over for years, and at last gets itself put |
down rightly on paper — whether little or great, it belongs to Literature. ... 5 Our
American professors like their literature clear and cold and pure and very dead. ...
Literature and Society 1 The writer in western civilization has become not a voice
of his tribe, but of his individuality. This is a very narrow-minded situation.
Lamar Underwood - 2004 - 352 pages
|Lamar Underwood. The writer in Western civilization has become not a voice of |
his tribe, but of his individuality. This is a very narrow-minded situation. AHARON
APPELFELD In youth men are apt to write more wisely than they really know or ...
|Algren, Nelson The writer in western civilization has become not a voice of his |
tribe, but of his individuality. This is a very narrow-minded situation. - Appelfeld,
Aharon If the most significant characteristic of man is the complex of biological ...
Ben Jacobs, Helena Hjalmarsson - 2013 - 320 pages
|The writer in Western civilization has become not a voice of his tribe, but of his |
individuality. This is a very narrowminded situation. AHARON A PPELFELD(1932
) Nothing Iwroteinthe thirties saved one Jew from Auschwitz. A TTRIBUTED TOW.
Robert Andrews - 1993 - 1092 pages
|8 Unless criticism refuses to take itself quite so seriously or at least to permit its |
readers not to, it will inevitably ... 1 1 You know lots of criticism is written by
characters who are very academic and think it is a sign you are worthless if you
make jokes or kid or even clown. ... 2 The writer in western civilization has
become not a voice of his tribe, but of his individuality. This is a very narrow-
|The voice of the elder Sotham had been heard like "one crying in the wilderness" |
preparing the way for his worthy favorites ... The shadow of the black Angus had
not been cast over the Western ocean: even the echo of the great guns fired by ...
Picktell had game very fine heifers by Sweepstakes. but saw the way the thing
was going and was at a complete loss 'to ... they have risen together, being
developed according to the idea of the individual and the requirements of the
|THAT the Osage tribe of Indians only numbers 1,563 men, women and children, |
while the Government holds in trust for them the ... No doubt their presence is an
obstacle; no doubt but that their lands are increasing in value every year; (the ...
Would they not be protected in getting the very last dollar possible for these lands
? ... who have become rich through no fault of their own; but the Man-with-his-ear
-to-the ground begs to remind certain of those ..... It is well to keep in mind that the
|Chins and voices will tremble a little perhaps, but ^.here will be sufficient |
compensation for this ; it is. decidedly a ... and that if he does not always reach it
because of the interference of "disturbing causes," makes old age begin at
seventy, ... the attention of all Paris," yet the Reviewer's remark at the close is a
very sensible one: — Thus old age has its pleasures, ... being sometimes a ilttle
of a Lothario) that individuality is lost in the crowd of charms and sweet
remembrances ; but still the ...
|Good tenors are so scarce that when one appears he is pretty sure to find the |
world at his feet. A London professor recently offered ^300 scholarship for the
best tenor voice to train for the stage or concert room — the result, not one tenor
voice. Signor Arditi having dedicated a vocal waits " L' In- cantatrice" to the
Queen of Italy, Her Majesty has sent the composer ... He says in the preface : " I
am obliged to write shortly, being too old now to spare time for anything more
than needful work ...
- 88 pages
|A Western diplomat who had the unusual experience of being stationed in |
Peking during both the Communist ... to forego debating and submit to the
leadership of a group of men who at least knew their own mind, were not corrupt,
and had .... But, as John Gittings remarks: "Mao and his small band of radicals
could still exercise an influence out of proportion to their ...... first line leaders
thought that "the very favorable situation the Chairman has discussed refers to
the political situation.