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|Toni cade Ba ara Like iron or some kind of crowbar standing all the time he must |
have eaten oysters. JamesJoyce There is no aphrodisiac like innocence. Jean
Haudrilland Power is the ultimate aphrodisiac. Henry Kissinger The moon is ...
|JAMES BALDWIN (1924-87), U.S. author. "Stranger in the Village." in Harper's (|
New York, Oct. 1953; repf. in Motes of a Native Son, pt. 2, 1955). 2 There is no
aphrodisiac like innocence. )EANBAUDRILLARD(b. 1929), French semiologisl.
|He hated this look, for he could not tell if she was looking at him with |
understanding or scorn. He put the glass on the bedside table. He had ... “God...
there is no aphrodisiac like innocence,” he whispered. “Come here, little savage..
.my angel in ...
|“Would you call them an aphrodisiac?” “Heavens, Franny, what a strange |
question! Though to be perfectly candid: come to think ofit, yes.” “Leander says
there is no aphrodisiac like innocence.” “Does he? Well, that sounds like Leander
|A country where shadows do not move round, but merely lengthen and shorten |
since the sun rises straight up into the equatorial sky. Amid the luxurious
freshness of ... There is no aphrodisiac like innocence. The speed of things which
|Dennis Weiser. “...a well-executed...funny, libidinous farce & acerbic satire. As |
Tom Conti observes in Ruben! Ruben! 'There is no aphrodisiac like innocence.'”
—Tom Mitchell, Microsoft “Crash Dummies is as modern as the Imperial ...
|There is no aphrodisiac like innocence.—Jean Baudrillard In many ways Lolita |
might be considered Kubrick's most conventional film, or to put it another way,
one of the least “Kubrickian” of Kubrick's films. It might be considered thus,
|As Jean Baudrillard remarked, from the perspective of power, ''[t]here is no |
aphrodisiac like innocence.'')≥ On this ... There is the professor's institutional
authority, his charismatic command of the class, his intellectual grasp of subject. (
Not to ...
|Like the uncredited Francois Truffaut film upon which it's based, Edwards's movie |
doesn't portray its hero as a callow, ... "There is, after all, no aphrodisiac like
innocence," the debauched poet confides to a tape recorder supplied by his ...
|She learned, too, that there is no aphrodisiac like power. Oh, he knew what he |
was about, and although she knew he was beginning to draw her under his
powerful control with the innocent reassurance of his kiss and the gentle stroke of