SUMMER BALL: a month with the Torrington Twisters

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Mencken, "On Politics: A Carnival of Buncombe" Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1996, p. 335). "If America continues to turn its back on minarchy, insisting on a pledge of allegiance to the failed policies of socialism/government, then it will continue to lose ground throughout the world." - fan Eventually, American's modern salute - the hand-over-the-heart - will have a reputation as bad as America's early raised-arm salute.
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Renaissance in Italy: the age of the despots

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Redaction criticism- looks to study the comparison of the differences between manuscripts and their theological significance. Western Buddhism is simplified, compartmentalized and has its real heart removed. Rowell ("The Quarters: Ernest Gaines and the Sense of Place," Southern Review, 21 [July 1985], 733-750), among others, have examined the aesthetic implications of Gaines's historical narrative. Jeremiah 33:17, 19-22, 23-26; Ezekiel 46:16.
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Below the Surface: Ethnic Echoes in America's Modern and

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This they do by constructing images ‘derived from the material the senses provide’ and refining ‘the senses [as] a primary means for expanding…[one’s own] consciousness’ (Eisner 1994 28-9). Historical criticism is just one of the preliminary stages of the process of biblical interpretation, like text criticism, discourse analysis, or rabbinic studies. Journal of English Literary History 45 (1978): 501-21. When I came to the University of Chicago in 1974 in order to study the Gospel of Mark with Norman Perrin, I had no idea that I would become a �literary critic.� Before coming to Chicago, I knew of Perrin chiefly from his widely praised book on the authentic teaching of the historical Jesus, Rediscovering the Teaching of Jesus (Harper & Row, 1967), and from his small but highly regarded book, What Is Redaction Criticism? (Fortress, 1969).
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Mandala: The Architecture of Enlightenment

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Even if the author did not specifically mention opposing opinions, you can still mention common oppositions in your critical analysis. If you respect the reality of the world, you know that you can only approach that reality by indirect means.", Richard Wilbur, Quarterly Review of Literature 7, p.189 Modal - the work is "inaccessible", "alien", "not poetry". The idea of ‘chair’ first came in the mind of carpenter.
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African Arts 47:3 (Autumn 2014)

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My research and teaching focus on literature, science, and aesthetics in the Victorian period and early twentieth century. First, scholars who tend to emphasize such study produce weak explanations of scripture since they leave out the process of active Spirit-led reflection (2F-92), emptying theology of its main task of discerning the “the Word (B-177).” According to Barth, historical knowledge yields not an explanation of a text but only “the first primitive attempt at one (2F-91).” As a result, the historical critics end up with explanations of scripture that impose impoverished religious categories—e.g., conscience, feeling, and experience—on the text (2F-92).
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The Golden Deer of Eurasia

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Mark Jeffreys outlines various contemporary anxieties over and hopes for the lyric, noting that this materialist opposition comes from a perception of lyric's 'imperial assertion of self, the programmatic exclusion of otherness or difference, and the logocentric quest for presence'", Paul Otremba, in "American Poets in the 21st Century", Clauda Rankine and Lisa Sewell, Wesleyan Univ Press, 2007, p.55-56 "The whole question of who is speaking to whom is crucial to all of lyric poetry", Willard Spiegelman, in "Jorie Graham", Thomas Gardner (ed), Univ of Wisconsin Press, 2005, p.237 "I saw the lyric voice as one of the tools used to further the ends of colonialism", p.202, N.
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Death Waits in the "Dark": The Senoi Praaq, Malaysia's

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To compel a man to furnish contributions of money for the propagation of opinions which he disbelieves and abhors, is sinful and tyrannical. --Thomas Jefferson A critic of this pledge expose' wrote to RexCurry.net and said: "The Pledge of Allegiance is like basking in the warm glow of a higher intelligence as it envelops you and allows you to become part of its everlasting glory." And so, this makes this kind of thing an easy target from the outside.", Rorty, interview in The Dualist, 2, 1995, pp. 56-71 "Empiricist common sense [urges] that the risk task of the critic is to get on with the reading process, to respond directly to the text without worrying about niceties of theory, as if ... the lack of any systematic approach or procedure ... were a guarantee of objectivity.", Catherine Belsey, "Critical Practice", Routledge, 1980, p.2 "if it is indeed the case that people approach literature with the desire to learn something about the world, and if it is indeed the case that the literary medium is not transparent, then a study of its non-transparency is crucial in order to deal with the desire one has to know something about the world by reading literature", Salusinszky, "Criticism in Society", Methuen, 1987, p.166 "We appreciate most works in part, some in so far as they correspond to our own predilections, others to the extent that we can recreate them in our own terms.
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Discourses on Art (Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British

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Hence in a rejuvenated and emancipated Averroism it is unsurprisingly the philosophically enlightened, as contrasted with the common run of men, who are privy to the truth and therefore responsible for directing human progress accordingly. It does not follow that, where difference exists, these rival texts are to be preferred to the Massoretic. Structuralism in its literary critical form was a dominant theory from the 1960s into the 1970s, largely due to the work of French theorists Roland Barthes and Michel Foucault.
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Interviews with Artists: 1966-2012

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This article needs additional citations for verification. Any other special studies which deal with some abstract or prose content taken out of the work. We place a strong emphasis on historiography and analytical methodologies. Monotheism is believed to have come in with Amos and Hosea; earlier, Yahweh was a "tribal" God. They do not correspond in any way to the “editors” and “redactors” of modern biblical criticism. The mind of the poet is the shred of platinum", T. In general, a critical eclecticism characterized literary criticism at the end of the 20th cent.
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The Works of John Ruskin, Volume 28

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Think about the experiences, how you might react if these events happened and how the book relates to your own life. How many differences could be resolved if we would only communicate privately about them! Like the companion volume on the comedies, a useful introduction to the tragedies. With the dating of Deuteronomy, the whole critical edifice stood or fell. Or what provokes you that you answer? {4} I also could speak as you do, If your soul [body] were in my soul's [body�s] place, I could heap up words against you, And shake my head at you; {5} But I would strengthen you with my mouth, And the comfort of my lips would relieve your grief.
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