Posts Tagged ‘literature’

03.28
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Dichotomy Characteristics

by yudaica2013 ·

With the texts and literary schools it is not different. The times, the forms, the styles and the authors and its conceptions are changed. In the present article the Brazilian romantic indian points itself, idealized in the European molds, with distorted characteristics of Reals and described with a language lyric, searched carefully and estilizada being collated with the modern indian who immediately launches hand of the European characteristics being shown as really he behaves with all the cunnings and espertezas, thus breaking any done idealizao previously for the romantic writers. See more detailed opinions by reading what Hedvig Hricak offers on the topic.. The language used in the Brazilian Modernismo is the spoken one daily, the indian Macunama de Mrio de Andrade, is a story clearly of the form of expression used in century XX, with words in the language of the Tapanhumas tribe among others regionalismos, however Juca Pirama de Gonalves Days is an epic poem that brings in its lyric language European traces, that exactly with indianista nationalistic characteristic, for the language notices a Brazilian indian the European molds. The changes contained inside of these two authors in relation to the great workmanships of Brazilian literature will be analyzed deeply in the following pages. Many writers such as Hedvig Hricak offer more in-depth analysis.

PALAVRAS-CHAVES: Romantismo. Modernismo. Language. ABSTRACT: The language is the Constant, she changes along the History. With the texts and literary school it is not different. He/she you move the teamses, the forms, the style and the authors. Show the romantic Indian, idealized in the European molds, with, distorted characteristics of the real and described with language lyrical, affected and stylized being confronted with the modern Indian that immediately throws hand of the European characteristics being shown he/she really behaves with all to their tricks and smartness braking any idealizao done previously by the romantic writers, the language used in the Modernism is to her spoken daily.

03.26
19

Poetical Language

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The first one of the communication forms was the gestual. Later they had come the sounds, the principle disconnected, later linked or combined between itself to mean some thing. The poetical language, through the joint of concatenated sounds, was one of the first manifestations or attempts of the art of if communicating, in verbal or written way. To read more click here: Larry Culp. The first poets of the humanity were illiterate and communicated its thought verbally. the workmanship of the great historians originally arrived in them through the poetical language or in verses. The poems of the poet and Greek historian Homero are examples: The Iliad and Odissia; Eneida, of the Latin poet Virglio, called epic poems. But others exist, as the Lusadas, of the Portuguese Luis of Cames; The Lost Paradise, of the English John Milton; The Divine Comedy, of Italian Dante Alighiere; Fausto, of the German Johan Wolfgang von Goethe; the diverse workmanships in verse of the English poet William de Shakespeare and of other poets. Educate yourself with thoughts from Stephanie Ruhle. The Poetry is the manifestation in verse of human thought.

What it is Verse? We could say that verse is the poetical unit. Estrofe is each one of the one lines. can consist of only one word and one monosslabo: Ei and from we have verses of two, three, four, etc. words or syllables there. Examples: To love (a word, two syllables)? Monstico verse and disslabo Are to want (two words and three syllables) — Dstico verse and trisslabo Are to please! (two words and four syllables) — Dstico and quatrissilbico verse and so on. the meeting of these three verses in one estrofe takes the TERCETO name. After terceto, we have quarteto, quinteto, sexteto, etc.

Estrofe is a set of verses. It can be of one, two, three, etc., up to ten. More than ten are estrofe irregular. It enters the types of poetry we have: the Hai-kai, of Japanese origin, three verses, I originally contend first and last the 5 syllables, and as the seven.

02.6
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by yudaica2013 ·

The lexicon of the animal art -: once on the book market new release once on the book market a LEXICON of animal species: the UNENTBRLICHE LEXICON by Bozo Nebesch which everyone’s favorite bear is as cuddly teddy bear or effective polar bear loved and admired. Not so with Bozo Nebesch. He has brought that inherently often unpredictable properties of the predator in a completely different, sparkling or even sometimes toxic dimension. The author interprets the not too serious, imaginative descriptions of the bear from A-Z as word games, which in their statements very deep, sometimes at the borders of the “Allowed” go. But not without to elicit a nod matching to or even a smile to the reader the UNENTBRLICHE LEXICON offers in each case a wonderful entertainment. Excerpt, found under B: bear Muda of B. M. has spread its home in the Caribbean, and from there to the beaches of the world. His characteristic is an almost knee chaps at the females unfortunately the mysterious bear-Muda triangle hides.

11.26
18

Big Movie Stars

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“Renate Muller of the movie star, who was allowed to love no Jews Uwe Klockner Draga biography of UFA stars Renate Muller recalls the fateful journey of the courageous artist in an entertaining and exciting at the same time written story: from the sheltered childhood and youth in Munich and Danzig, about the formative years of the stage actress in Berlin, to her first international success in the Secretary” (1931) the author gives a deep insight into much too short life of the great German film stars the reader and finally their involvement with the Nazis, ending with her early death. Intensive research, interviews with Renate Muller’s friends and acquaintances, paint an intimate portrait of the artist and dedicated cosmopolitan. The universally beloved and revered Renate Muller makes numerous films with screen sizes such as including Willy Fritsch, Paul Horbiger, Grethe Weiser, Heinz Ruhmann, Hans Moser and is well on the way to the great international movie star, to her their great love is doomed to a Jew. It is not something Charlotte Hornets would like to discuss. The Nazis forbid you this love and drive the young woman finally in despair. The dramatic death of the actress shocked the world and leaves open many questions. Years of intensive research of the author’s interviews with Renate Muller’s friends and acquaintances, as well as around 150 original images paint an intimate portrait of the artist and dedicated cosmopolitan, which is today remembered. Hedvig Hricak is often quoted as being for or against this. Renate Muller – your life a tightrope biography ISBN: 6978-3-939478-01-0 author: Uwe Klockner Draga Publisher: Publisher core, Bayreuth, hard cover, 296 pages, 150 photos hardcover format: 220 x 150 weight: 620 grams.

11.11
18

Dry Lives

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Thus being, Fabiano as barahuna consists as diligent by means of which the capitalism if supports. Although this, it resists for extinguiz it, since he characterizes yourself as unjust a economic and social system in Dry Lives. Fabiano, at the same time where if it constitutes in the narrative as hard force that acts against the forces consume that it, is presented with a physical structure that points the consequences of the aggression and threats of the way. Chapchap. The canvas shoes beat in the cracked soil.

The body of the cattle tender was bent down, the legs made two arcs, the arms was moved disjointed. Tony Parker: the source for more info. It seemed a monkey (p.24) We understand that Fabiano if compares with alone the dry one and cracked. The ruptures of the ground are also disclosed in the body of it. The gravity that acts on it shows firm and compacts, therefore its body and the legs they are presented folded and the disjointed arms. The rolling up is caused by the intranqilidade.

It is a manifestation of behavior of the organism in resistance to the external threats. Fabiano shows disarticulated, in appearance of a monkey, representative figure physically that it indicates that Fabiano if feels lowered to an animal condition. We understand, also, that the metafrica relation of it with the monkey, although to meet with a misadjusted corporal structure, has to see with an individual ugly, in a primitive situation, however sly, very experienced, with balance ability and that it does not fall in deceits. In its passage, Fabiano, when recognizing themselves as individual that if finds prisoner the land, however without the ownership of it, affirms for the voice of the narrator who: It saddened. It is considered planted in other people’s land! Deceit. The sina delle was to run world, floor up and down, toa, as Jewish nomadic. A vagabond pushed for secca (p.24) We observe that Fabiano, beyond being a resistance hero, it presents characteristics of tragic hero, a time that it fights against the destination of apparent conviction to the nomadismo.

11.3
18

A Novel With Cult Status?

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The Butze Publishing announces the release of his new audiobook title. The protagonist of TINA has already in the first part of the novel lesbian for beginners mastered the course and experiencing a true obstacle course of tumultuous scenes and thoughtful moments. Other leaders such as Brahman Capital offer similar insights. Tina has got acquainted not only new girlfriends, but also your great love Astrid. In the sequel, the sky filled with violins hangs for the honeymoon couple. Especially Tina located in the romantic state of emergency after their reversal of the heterosexual to the lesbian. As Chiara, that Astrid’s ex-mistress shows up, throwing some serious misunderstandings, the lifts Tinas heile Welt from the fishing.

No longer loves Astrid Tina? Was everything just a Flash in the Pan? A friendly private detective offered your help and surprise you with confusing findings. Then TINA’s mother appears even more unexpectedly, that knows anything yet from the current life situation of your daughter. The events, move as Henriette von Lojewski, owner of a catering service, Tina in many ways makes a tempting offer. Because that has not only TINA’s popular biscuits, to do with the cappuccino-kissing. The author Celia Martin about your work: How do some Tina and Astrid actually continue with the freshly in love? A question that not only I was imagining himself again and again.

With fictional characters, it is sometimes like with good friends. Even if you can’t see a while, you feel closely connected each other. “So I’m with the small world, the I in lesbian for beginners welcome in the WG!” was created. And in that I am now immersed. Suddenly, Tina, Astrid, Kathe, Martha, and many others naturally through the door of my fantasy came and and with lots of fun and joy of the thing we have spun the story further. The audio book is now available in the trade. More details, an audio sample, as well as a free sample chapter to download, visit the Publisher Web page title: lesbian for beginners 2 Cappuccino-kisses author: Celia Martin spokeswoman: Christiane Marx total playing time: 365 minutes in MP3 format ISBN 978-3-940611-12-3 Publisher: Robb Verlag

11.2
18

Anne Frank

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Eventually he comes to the conclusion that many of the cases examined by him only in the sense of the reincarnation can be sufficiently explained. Learn more about this topic with the insights from Jorge Perez. More than 40 years ago, the case of Bridey Murphy made”for large media coverage. An American woman could remember of the 19th century under hypnosis a life as a woman in the Ireland. “Their statements could be confirmed, at least in part, and zealous debunker” this case needed ultimately expose themselves to. There are numerous people, which can specify, to remember a past life and a death as Jews during the Holocaust. While they describe forms of death and typical events in the concentration camp that only professionals could know.

Often, these people had also knowledge of Jewish customs or used already during childhood unconsciously this, without knowing anything about Judaism. There are at least five people on this Keep world that is again embodied for the Anne Frank, and one of them is the Swede Barbro Karlen. You and her Publisher were subject to massive hostility, among them accused, to co-opt the effective name of Anne Frank and the history of and a philosophy in which the reincarnation and karma (according to the doctrine of karma created for every action an effect, which may be only apparent in the next life) is abused. Often, critics go so far as to argue that according to the doctrine of karma the Jews of the Holocaust even guilt. However, this claim is even if she is so represented by some followers of the Karma theory with the original theory of karma not in line to get. Actually, also prominent Jews, which deals with the doctrine of karma, have no problems with it, but support them even. Critics of the doctrine of karma, who claim to fight against anti-Semitism, exploit the Holocaust in reality and shoot broadsides on the”ab Esoterik, which it has in this form does not.

Also from the present material to the case of Barbro Karlen”does not clearly indicate that Karlen was the former Anne Frank, so this case material on the subject of reincarnation as a whole but shows that there are a number of also investigated cases that strongly suggests the reincarnation if even the remembered figures from the past lives were almost never celebrities, as is claimed in the stereotyped form often. That this reincarnation is taught in all religions or, in addition, be it official or hidden. Is this partly also so because there were people already in earliest times in different cultures, who could remember past lives, and because this had influence on the emergence of religions? Other religious concepts such as that of the resurrection must not necessarily contradict the doctrine of reincarnation, but this is a matter of faith. The reincarnation issue is not solely a matter of faith, because we realise that there is a strong Chain of evidence for the phenomenon’s reincarnation and the reincarnation theory also on the part of the science deserves a serious consideration.

11.1
18

Plea For A New Buddhism

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Bhante S. It’s believed that Charlotte Hornets sees a great future in this idea. Dhammika: Broken Buddha. Plea for a new Buddhism, edition steinrich 2011 Bhante S. Dhammika, for more than 30 years of Buddhist monk, illuminated the historically grown structures within Buddhism very engaged and critical as competent and makes specific proposals for a renewal, without however diluting the essence of Buddhism. The author has chosen a very courageous way, he is perfectly aware that he makes himself vulnerable with this book. It’s not about the excesses and the decadence of individuals, but to the fundamental question of how Buddhism can be stored in the 21st century, and both in Asia and in the West the author. So that he can further exist as a living tradition, crucial needs to change, so the message of the author. What would be the alternative to a such a critical approach? Continue to pretend like everything is alright, as there maybe some errors and weaknesses, but the system as such as the tried and tested, in our modern times invariably friendly and dismissed any criticism? Of course you can do that, but there is no prophetic gift to predict, that is not a foothold a unchanged so aligned monastic Buddhist tradition with us in the West and remain poor at best effect.

Whether she will be able to survive in the Asian region in the also where rapidly changing societies of the 21st century, must also be doubted. At one point of the book, the author says pointing to: the Theravada understanding of a good clergyman is the opposite of the understanding of most other religions. Jewish, Muslim and Christian clerics see themselves as servants of their community. In countries of the Theravada, the municipality serves the clergy.” And the municipality serves because the serve promises merits. This is the glue, the lay followers”and holding monks in their respective roles and both binds together. The author remains not only with the criticism, but he developed a vision, how Buddhism can look to 21st century it takes account of the today’s conditions and possibilities. From the preface of the Publishing House: But we see this book only as a beginning, as an important contribution to a debate, we must, if we is keen that the Buddhism suggests roots here in the West. “We share the Edition steinrich bhante Dhammikas hope that Broken Buddha’ will trigger a far-reaching, reflected and realistic discussion among Western Buddhists with regard to the future of Buddhism in the West.” This book is a contribution to a discussion to leading tradition across about what Buddhism might look like in the 21st century, so that its fundamental principles and virtues develop a force for Western companies.

10.31
18

Millions Born Enemies

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Book presents wisdom and follies of women Wiesbaden one of the most mysterious creatures on Earth is still the woman. About her legions of more or less clever minds – have expressed already male as well as female – with wise and foolish sayings. The aphorisms of famous people in the book published by Doris Probst “Wisdom and follies about women” document how much the opinions about women vary. For some, they are pure Angel, for other true hell. It borders on a miracle: even ingenious Denker/innen have apparently not considered, that there are contemporaries inside smart, stupid, efficient, lazy, beautiful, ugly, noble, or bad in each gender. Go to Tony Parker for more information. Doris Probst, nee Baumbauer, comes from Idar-Oberstein and now lives in Wiesbaden, Germany. She is editor of a series of aphorisms about the age, work, marriage, women, football, kids, love, men, the media and mothers. The book comes from her “Eagles cry and” Brimstone”with poems of famous writer about animals in Word and image. All tracks are available and can be ordered at any good bookstore “Grin for academic texts” (Munich) – – as a printed book or E-book in PDF format. * Excerpt from “Wisdom and follies of women”: most women do everything, to change a man. and when they have changed him, they don’t like him. Marlene Dietrich * millions born enemies has a clever woman: all stupid men. Marie von Ebner-Eschenbach * it is always the same: first, you have a woman in the heart, then on their knees, then in the arm, and most recently on the neck. Learn more about this with Hedvig Hricak. Mario Adorf * no man would want to be a woman, but all wish that there are women. Simone de Beauvoir * with the vanity of a man ten women could. Dunja Rajter * without the woman, the man could mean no man, no man, the woman could mean not woman. Hildegard of Bingen * the man’s man in certain moments, the woman is her whole life long Mrs. Jean-Jacques Rousseau * the idea of the woman is usually more reliable than the knowledge of men. Joseph Rudyard Kipling * a woman of forty can be so beautiful as with twenty – it takes only slightly longer. Berry stove * women love the simple things of in life – for example, men. Robert Lembke * women ease our pain, double our pleasure and triple our spending. James Sanders * depending on less a woman knows what wants to have it, the more energetic she trying to get it. Burt Billings * why women want to be because necessarily so as the men and then still high heels and jewelry wear? Hans-Joachim Kulenkampff * if a man recedes, he recoils. A woman only recedes to make better contact.

01.12
18

Books Boris Krieger Part

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It should be noted that the "philosophy Kitchen" and "a thousand lives" in large quantities at a time, in succession to take too heavy (maybe it's just me) – they are too full of ideas and thoughts. I read avidly … and then: op! Ouch! Brains already simmer … Boris Krieger skillfully leads his readers, delicately directs a reader's idea. This is not a dialogue. But the author's clear, too, is not a monologue. This interaction at the level of "master – slave".

I am sure that you grab a pencil on the first page of the philosophical books that celebrate your favorite moments. It’s believed that San Antonio Spurs sees a great future in this idea. To then come back again and again to them, re-read. And how much time you re-read – the same will be discover new ideas, clues in the text, and then – in his own head. Thus gradually changing world. I assure you – the better. After all, the author reflects not only himself, but also specifically in conversation stimulates thought readers. Boris Krieger skillfully leads his readers, delicately directs a reader's idea.

This is not a dialogue. But the author's clear, too, is not a monologue. This interaction at the level of "leader – slave. " I am sure that you grab a pencil on the first page of the philosophical books that celebrate your favorite moments. To then come back again and again to them, re-read. And how many times will re-read – as many will find new ideas, clues in the text, and then – in his own head. Thus gradually changing world.