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|One may agree with the dictum, 1 There is but one art to omit,' but to practise |
this art is often a difficult task. While fully conscious of the incompleteness of the
treatment of the subjects dealt with in these pages, and of defects in the method
|Its sequel Catriona falls short of Kidnapped, but it has a feminine element, which |
the latter book has not. ... continuous careful search for the best word was the
outcome of his theory of the art of writing:- There is, he says, but one art-to omit!
Eric Dayton - 1999 - 599 pages
|IV A definition which preserves my basic idea, but adds certain qualifications, is |
the following: (1) X is an art work=df X is an object which a person or persons, ...
there is the notion that the intent must be fairly stable ('non-passing'), as opposed
to merely transient. ... If one omits this qualification, or appeals instead to
common ways of regard, or even rewarding ways of regard, the definition will go
|In depicting consciousness, they seek the same goal and both employ an |
aesthetics of omission and concision, but what one omits, the other features.
Here is Cather's first-person narrator in My Antonia describing the coming of
spring: There ...
|It has been a rule with me never to answer an anonymous letter, but the classic |
pen of the reverend gentleman who signs ... Mr. Smith's previous patent being for
one chamber so strengthened ; and I cited Mr. Rad- datz's patent to show, that he
not only used ... but, after such an open uncalled-for attack on Sir James
Anderson's claims to his patent boiler, I trust you will omit ... The fact is there are
eight hundred pages, for Chinese books, like most others, contain two pages per
leaf, *Our ...
|As indicated there, however, modern aesthetics and art history have not only left |
this event unexplained; they have effectively ignored it. This, surely, is a major
omission. Here, after all, one is speaking of our modern world of art the
|Where- ^re, should any one engage with them in Italy, '" *M possible for him to |
conquer- them by -their <"* power, strength, and arms, as he himself but should
he attempt it ... But 1 omit that, since reflections do not become persons in
|Recall the econometric studies of art prices summarized in chapter 1 and |
appendix 3, which explained relatively little of the ... there and they are gambling
with history. 3. ... It will be biased toward those artists who intend to sell their work
on the gallery market, omitting artists who sell only at art fairs or who do not sell at
|As far as fault by omission in action is concerned, there has never been a |
moment's hesitation. "In fact", writes Dalcq, "it is in the area of omission in action
that CC art. ... men to injure one another, but which requires them to help one
another, and which occasionally makes inertia illegal, even in the absence of a
|... only in that sense whatever their origins or later transformations (whether |
accidental or purposeful or with any one of a ... the "point" of view applied
requires this, but because the point of view is denied: there is only one view to be
seen and one point of view to see with, or by, or from. (I omit the question of
whether other elements in the writing of the scientist- narrator e.g., the use of
language itself ...