The Philistine: a periodical of protest (Volume 78)

The Philistine: a periodical of protest (Volume 78)

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Through these courses, students continue refining the skills and thought processes they have developed in their studies at Parsons: presentation skills, writing skills, self-reflection and peer reflection and assessment skills, executive skills, research skills, and systems thinking. Gender and Race: (What) Are They? (What) Do We Want Them To Be? The king and queen take him in but do not realize who he is. New York: Columbia University Press, 1985.

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Literature, Technology and Magical Thinking, 1880-1920

Literature, Technology and Magical Thinking, 1880-1920

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Just as the organizing ideas of romance are chastity and magic, so the organizing ideas of the high mimetic area seem to be love and form. Open is a notebook on art and the public domain, published twice a year. However entrenched, the social fact of globalization still remains open to democratic reconstruction, should creative reinterpretation of democracy come about. The Escaped Swan Maiden and the Husband Who Wants Her Back). [Chapter 3: The Devil’s Bride: Urvasi and the Gandharvas’ Triangular Relationships (Swan Maiden, Husband, Supernatural Spouse; Mortal Woman, Husband, Demon Lover); Conflict and Fantasy: Fidelity to the Other World; The Ballad of “The Demon Lover” [Child 243]: An Analysis); Shirley Jackson’s Demonic Seducer: James Harris; The Collapse of the Triangle: The Ordinary Husband as Demon Lover; Devils and Witches (Wildness and Civilization; Woman and Nature: Patriarchy and the Control of Woman; The Unmarried Woman: Widows, Spinsters, and Other Deviants; The Swan Maiden as Witch; Witches and Fairies; Animals as Demon Lovers); The North American Star Husband Tales. [Chapter 4: The Animal Groom: Animal Groom Tales: Cupids and Psyches, Beauties and Beasts, Frog Princes — and Others; The Paradox of the Search for the Lost Husband: Active Heroine or Penitent Wife?; Swan Maidens in Animal Groom Tales; Cupid, Psyche, and the Realities of Wedlock; The Reluctant Bride: Exogamous Marriages; Bestiality; Bruno Bettelheim and the Animal Groom Cycle: Errors and Insights; Importance of Gender in the Tales and Their Tellers; Fathers and Mothers in Animal Groom Tales; The Lohengrin Legend: Swan Maidens, Swan Knights, and Swan Children; Civilizing the Beast: Woman’s Role in Culture; Taboo Motifs: Narrative Devices and Thematically Significant Story Elements; Defying the Taboo: Psyche’s Quest for Consciousness; The Variability of Psyche (Obedient Psyches; Willful Psyches: Taming the Shrew; Greedy Psyches; Psyche as Patient Griselda: The Prototype of the Dutiful Wife; Obedient and Disobedient Daughters; Lascivious and Perverse Psyches; Courageous Psyches); Psyche and Consciousness Raising: Sisterhood and Power; Sexual Awakening and Sexual Repression; Metamorphoses: Taming the Beast; Nature and Culture: The Price of Disenchantment; Mutual Disenchantments; Rhetoric and the Cupid and Psyche Tale. [Chapter 5: Swan Maiden and Incubus: The Incubi as Pururavas’s Rival; Incubus as Demon Lover and Incubus as Nightmare Dream; A Transformation: From Folklore to Demonology; The Mar-Wife Story: Swan Maiden as Nightmare Demon; the Mare in Nightmare: The Gender and Sexual Significance of Horses and Riders; Secret Visits to the Otherworld: Witches’ Sabbaths, Supernatural Revels, and Other Orgies; The Fear of Woman; Inquisitions and Exorcisms: Mutilations and Executions; The Heretical Swan Maiden; From Nature Spirit to Incubus — and the Reverse; Swan Maiden and Demon Lover as Dream Figures: Theoretical Aspects; The Collective and Individual Nature of Dreams; The Danger of the Dreaming Woman: Literary and Folkloristic Examples; Fallen Angels: Genesis 6; Lilith: Liberated Woman as Demon; Natural and Unnatural Mothers: Swan Maidens, Lilith, La Llorona, Medea; The Demon Child: Changelings and Other Deviant Children in Folklore, Literature, and Film; The Devil Baby of Hull House and the Abuse of Woman. [Chapter 6: The Animal Bride: Handsome and the Beastess: A Neglected Story Pattern; The Slaughter of the Swan Maiden; Two Different Swan Maiden Story Patterns (The Swan as Captured Fairy Bride; The Swan as Enchanted Mortal Woman); The Significance of Happy Endings: Swan Maidens Who Wish to Be Won Back; The Mysterious Housekeeper Stories: The Domestic Swan Maiden; Struggles for Power: The Master-Maid (Male Passivity; The Woman as Performer of Superhuman Tasks; The Enchanted Woman Who Must Disenchant Herself; The Disenchanted Woman: Diminished Power and Status; Jason and Medea Folktales: Medea as Swan Maiden); The Tale of the Three Oranges: Marriage and Dependency; Fair and Foul: Loathly Ladies and Black Swans; Substitute Brides: The Ideal of the Perfect Wife; Myths of Feminine Evil: The Repellent Animal Bride (The Wild Woman; The Animal in the Animal Brides; The Female Werewolf and Other Demon Animals; The Vagina Dentata Motif; The Impurity of the Menstruating Woman); Russalka and the Forcibly Domesticated Wife; Melusine and Other Serpent Brides: The Phallic Woman; Disenchantment as Mutilation; Woman and Exorcism; The Fearful Kiss and the Disappointed Animal Bride: Examples of Unbroken Enchantments; Broken Taboos and Wife Abuse in Animal Bride Tales. [Chapter 7: Orpheus’s Quest: The Swan Maiden Tale from a Man’s Point of View; Folklore and the Myth of Orpheus and Eurydice; Fairylands and Infernos: The Romance of Sir Orfeo; Eurydice as Swan Maiden: Victim or Demon?; Orpheus’s Failure and Patriarchal Power (Models of Masculinity; Myths of Male Superiority; Ineffectual Husbands); Orpheus and the Broken Taboo; The Abused Wife: Varieties of Marital Failure; Confused Orpheuses: What Does Woman Want?; Dependent Orpheuses (Anxious Husbands; Helpless Widowers; Abandoned Spouses); Misogynistic Orpheuses; Separation from the Female Parent: Witches, Mothers, and Mothers-in-law; The Oedipal Split: Fathers, Demon Lovers, and Other Male Models; The Vulnerability of Orpheus. [Chapter 8: Etain’s Two Husbands: The Swan Maiden’s Choice: Puruavas’s Ascent to the Gods and the Allure of the Real World; Swan Maidens Who Choose the Human World; The Demon Lover as Trickster: Outwitting the Diabolical Seducer; The Wager for the Swan Maiden: Etain, Damayanti, and the Gambling Game; The Folktale of “The Two Husbands”; Nuclear Families in Folktales: The Symbolically Integrated Personality; Choice and Fantasy: Choice as Fantasy; The Dancing Dress: Ibsen’s Nora as Swan Maiden; Nora’s Choice; Folktales and Runaway Wives.

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The Complete Illustrated Works of Lewis Carroll (Wordsworth

The Complete Illustrated Works of Lewis Carroll (Wordsworth

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The critics urge the fact that the Pentateuchal laws concerning the sanctuary, the sacrifices, the feasts, and the priesthood agree with different stages of post-Mosaic historical development; that the second stage agrees with the reform of Josias, and the third with the enactments enforced after the time of the Babylonian Exile. In Walter Benjamin Eagleton suggests that it may be time to go beyond the modernism/realism debate. (WB, p. 90) His remarks are brief and inconclusive, however, showing that this remains an unresolved dilemma in his work.

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The Structured World of Jorge Guillen: A Study of Cantico

The Structured World of Jorge Guillen: A Study of Cantico

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The content of a poem may be personal to the point of narcissism, self-involved to the point of autism, but its form - that is, any feature that gives the poem cohesion and keeps it from drifting into chaos - is communal, inclusive, even cordial.", Billy Collins, 2006 "I would contend that the constraints of form are spurs to the imagination: that they are in fact the chief producers of imagination", George Szirtes, Poetry, Feb 2006 "Formal writing is, in fact, a beautiful device for liberating the essential powerlessness of the artist, Keats's negative capability.

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Our Knowledge of the External World: As a Field for

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In Middleton's A Trick to Catch the Old One the mad host type is combined with the vice. Is it possible that the attitude toward nature and social relationships, which lies at the basis of Greek fantasy, and therefore also of Greek art, could have existed in the presence of "self-acting mules/' railways, locomotives, and the electric telegraph? Selected Essays; with introd., bibliography, and notes; cd. by }. The fact that the first center for cultural studies was founded in England, in Europe, is equally unsurprising.

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Late Imperial Culture (Postmodern Occasions)

Late Imperial Culture (Postmodern Occasions)

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How did he differ in his Theory of Mimesis from his Guru Plato? 1.5.1. The term “Good” here is not at all a shorthand concept for a further explicit account. The latter—enforced, as it is, by a criticism of Shakespeare’s early poetic work, and reinforced by an equally delicate criticism of the charm attaching to the consummate presentment of “common form” in poetry, particularly by the Italian poets of the later renascence—is one of the most satisfying things ever written in this kind.

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Twentieth-Century Literary Criticism, Vol. 202

Twentieth-Century Literary Criticism, Vol. 202

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In the figure of Prospero we have one of the few approaches to the Aristophanic technique of having the whole comic action projected by a central character. I speak of a hero, but the central figure of pathos is often a woman or a child (or both, as in the death-scenes of Little Eva and Little Nell), and we have a whole procession of pathetic female sacrifices in English low mimetic fiction from Clarissa Harlowe to Hardy's Tess and James's Daisy Miller. This is to say, for the first time, his experience is not a matter of the isolation of an elderly man in a world dominated by the young.

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Genius of John Ruskin: Selections from His Writings

Genius of John Ruskin: Selections from His Writings

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In response to a criticism launched by M. According to Cynthia Ozick, it’s neither TV nor the internet but weak literary criticism. “Without the critics, incoherence.”... more » Shirley Jackson’s biography had uncanny parallels to her fiction. Jouvert: A Journal of Postcolonial Studies 3.1-2 (1999): 19 pars. Diachronic/synchronic: Terms that Ferdinand de Saussure used to describe two different approaches to language. And that is a question which is never or very seldom asked by modern critics", Donald Davie, "Purity of Diction in English Verse", Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1967, p.90 "magician and trickster are the 2 position left once language slides from the world.

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Professional Attention: Ezra Pound & the Career of Modern

Professional Attention: Ezra Pound & the Career of Modern

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Semiology proposes that a great diversity of our human action and productions--our bodily postures and gestures, the the social rituals we perform, the clothes we wear, the meals we serve, the buildings we inhabit--all convey "shared" meanings to members of a particular culture, and so can be analyzed as signs which function in diverse kinds of signifying systems. The context does not allow us to understand these words in an indefinite manner, but as referring to the words of the Lord immediately preceding or to the so-called "Book of the Covenant", Exodus 20 - 23. (c) Exodus 34:27: "And the Lord said to Moses: Write thee these words by which I have made a covenant both with thee and with Israel ."

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May-Day and Other Pieces (Dodo Press)

May-Day and Other Pieces (Dodo Press)

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This thematic issue is compiled from previous issues but no dates are given for individual articles. As to the particular laws in question, it will be found more satisfactory to examine them more in detail. (ii) Pentateuchal Codes.-The critics endeavour to establish a triple Pentateuchal code: the Book of the Covenant, Deuteronomy, and the Priestly Code. Other tales exemplify the problems of self-confrontation. The more of the human personality that ?i? Thinking Fragments: Psychoanalysis, Feminism and Postmodernism in the Contemporary West, 1990.

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