Category: Jazz


  • Voodoole
    Despite the modern fascination with Marlowe--particularly with his Dr. Faustus--there has been no edition of his works in the original spelling, with full textual apparatus and a detailed sureafdiotansamecorfelandtapmena.coinfo Oxford English Texts Complete Works of Christopher Marlowe fills the need for a fully annotated scholarly treatment of the works. Volume I contains all his translations from classical poetry.
  • Tygohn
    As striking as it is beautiful, on A Brief Introduction to Unnatural Light Years Oliver Wilde has crafted something truly unique. Where one song will carry you to a car, with your hand catching the wind as you drive along, another will question those emotions that were buried deep in the back of your mind long ago.9/
  • Meztira
    Madness and Civilization [Histoire de la Folie], first published in In Madness and Civilization, Foucault discusses the history of madness from the Middle Ages through the Enlightenment, a moment when he claims our cultural and clinical approaches to the madman transformed considerably due to the advent of modern society.
  • Narisar
    Wilde’s “most brilliant tour de force,” Earnest is the culmination of a decade’s worth of examining and exploring the cultural nuances of living among the aristocratic elite in Victorian society. From the orchestration of marriage proposals and the rules of courtship, to the careful.
  • Gukora
    Wilde: The Mask and The Butterfly “Must set a lock upon his lips,/ And make his face a mask.” ('Ballad' ) To what extent are these two texts presented as revealing what is under the author’s 'mask' in comparison to other works you may have read/experienced? What effect has.
  • Doshakar
    Start studying chp 12 hum. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.
  • Goltijas
    fri 25th oct. hospitality camo & krooked. dub motion david rodigan • mr vegas. times: till late • tickets: £ / £ / £ + bf.
  • Akiktilar
    Rather, Halpern argues, sodomy was implicated with aesthetic categories from the very start, as he traces a connection between sodomy and the unrepresentable that runs from Shakespeare's Sonnets to Oscar Wilde's novella The Portrait of Mr. W.H., Freud's famous essay on Leonardo da Vinci, and Jacques Lacan's seminar on the ethics of psychoanalysis.

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