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|Wit has triumphed over Misfortune (a more refined sequel to the "Comedian"). |
583. When looking at any significant work of art, remember that a more significant
one probably has had to be sacrificed. 583a. At the end of December, Jean de ...
|3 Everything established, settled, everything to do with home and order and the |
common round, has crumbled into dust ... 6 When looking at any significant work
of art, remember that a more significant one probably has had to be sacrificed.
|The art of mastering life is the prerequisite for all further forms of expression, |
whether they are paintings, sculptures, ... Paul When looking at any significant
work of art, remember that a more significant one probably has had to be
|Only once did David Foster Wallace give a public talk on his views on life, during a commencement address given in 2005 at Kenyon College. The speech is reprinted for the first time in book form in THIS IS WATER.|
|some corpse to look at, though in the keeping (at they call it) of the Great Spirit, |
whom be trusts will protect him, and enable ... for no one is allowed to assist or
offer him aid, as he is here enjoying the most valued privilege which a Mandan
can boast ... his willingness to give it as a sacrifice ; when he lays it on the dried
buffalo-skull, where the other chops it off near the ... One would think that this
mutilation had thus been carried quite far enough ; but I have since examined
several of the ...
|But, notwithstanding this, there is an enormous amount of most instructive work, |
which ought to be well examined and considered. ... The first thought that strikes
one in reviewing the collection is how very early the art of jewellery was
exercised in ... to the catalogue, that the Phoenicians were merely carriers to the
world, and had no special jewellery art of their own. ... to have been once the
property of Henrietta Maria; and Mr. Beresford Hope's grand Cellini ewer, the
most important ...
|Jupiter Pluvius came in aid of Minerva, to avenge her violated fane, for one of the |
records of their visit, left by the tars, was ... blood it had most probably been
dipped, ere deposited at their side, to be immured with them for perhaps more
than two thousand years ; as we know that the ancient Celts were forbidden to
use metals in their sacrifices and religious wor. ship. ... Such is a Druid's cave —
rude, barbarous, and dark 1 Yet, whilst the noblest works of art have been
levelled in the ...
|SACRIFICES. FOR. MUSIC. Humble. beginnings. and. pure. talent. escalate. into. |
a. record. deal. Clark. designs. for. the ... They will remember the times they have
had together and will have working alongside one another. ... You'd probably
expect some tension between them or some type of sibling rivalry, right? ....
Compared to other students, Clark has a significant advantage, considering his
noteworthy recognition within the ... CHRISTINA COX arts reporter Next time you
go to a ...
|A bad picture, — that is the simple truth of it, much as we regret to say so, though |
the work is by Sir John Millais. ... bold colouring of the roses, lilies, and carnations
, — in all of these respects is this picture an exquisite work of art. ... We mean by
this last that the colour has no apparent depth, — one looks at it, but not into it ;
and with all really fine colour, the latter is the case. One of the most popular
pictures of the year will most probably be Mr. Waterhouse's *' Mariamne," in
which he has ...
|As Keith has said: “Brian was effectively already dead when he died. ... There's |
the Bill Wyman, the circumspect appendage that you somehow need but that
might fall off at any time. ... the part of yourself that is more trouble than needed,
that will eventually be sacrificed to make the rest of you work. ... Brian probably
had forty-five more . . . He was so self-important, maybe because he was so short
. . . The thing with Brian was that as soon as he identied one, another would crop