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I'll try it," she said gaily. With a woman on the beach she had an earnest conversation about ... lapped against the breakwater. She felt small and meek. "This is about Noah, my ex­ boyfriend, ...
disconcerted by her success. She changed the subject to ask about old friends and, as a courtesy, his work. He began talking about his novel, then mentioned that strange, uncharacteristic story which had come out ...
to watch Amanda work. After a while, he started talking to those victims of the plague, learning about ... came up with an idea for an oral history of sorts, a book where these plague victims told stories about ...
to the horizon of disclosure wherein beings appear, are determined, match or contra­ dict our beliefs about them, ... come to word. One thus has to ask about the conditions of its emergence, and that brings us back ...
I continue to believe that poetry says more about the psychic life of an age than any other art. Poetry is a place where all the fundamental questions are asked about the human condition (Weigel, 1996:210). One ...
Sumerian texts like those about the warrior-king Enmerkar incorporate stories about shrines towering above ...
is a primitivist complaint about "technics and human development" to match Mumford's. ... traveled in a goodwill mission to Hanoi in 1972, warned about the de­ bilitating effects of political ...
Zbigniew Herbert talks about different readings of the same historical text. Here the readers be­ long ... and Roosevelt's acceptance of Stalin's idea about the future division of Europe into two zones ...
Page 288 from Issue 135-136 ally involved with the patients. Feeling guilty about her dislike of the work she was supposed to be committing herself to, she gets married in 1956 and quits. She and Tom move ... on when she hears about art classes at the museum. She signs up, thus launching what becomes a serious ...
Page 398 from Issue 135-136 say about it. She would have understood approximately its symbolic value. She would have known how she felt about it-felt toward it?­ oh, this language! It was no use at all. "Except for billboards," she said to the ocean, in English. "It is good ...

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