From Fear To Farewell

Author : Eric Jackson
ISBN : 9781448960743
Genre : Poetry
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I express how I feel through my poetry as I live my life as a Christian. Since 2001, I've written down thoughts and emotions as I walk with God. The writing emphasizes my relationship with Him and how I deal with the ups and downs of life. I hope readers will be able to relate to my poems, remember what was going on in their own lives on the dates listed, and find hope in the One true God. Many people look for evidence of God's existence. My life experiences in this relationship have taught me much of what I needed to know, giving me all the evidence I'm looking for.
Category: Poetry

Infinity Faith And Time

Author : John Spencer Hill
ISBN : 0773516611
Genre : Literary Criticism
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In Part 1 Hill examines the effect of the idea of spatial infinity on seventeenth-century literature, arguing that the metaphysical cosmology of Nicholas of Cusa provided Renaissance writers, such as Pascal, Traherne, and Milton, with a way to construe the vastness of space as the symbol of human spiritual potential. Focusing on time in Part 2, Hill reveals that, faced with the inexorability of time, Christian humanists turned to St Augustine to develop a philosophy that interpreted temporal passage as the necessary condition of experience without making it the essence or ultimate measure of human purpose. Hill's analysis centres on Shakespeare, whose experiments with the shapes of time comprise a gallery of heuristic time-centred fictions that attempt to explain the consequences of human existence in time. Infinity, Faith, and Time reveals that the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries were a period during which individuals were able, with more success than in later times, to make room for new ideas without rejecting old beliefs.
Category: Literary Criticism

Melodious Guile

Author : John Hollander
ISBN : 0300049048
Genre : Poetry
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Demonstrating a poet's imaginative ear and a critic's range of concern, John Hollander here writes about the "melodious guile" with which poetry speaks to us. Through analysis of formal and rhetorical patterns in examples chosen from the whole spectrum of English and American poetry, Hollander describes how poems frame self'reflexive parables in order to represent realms beyond themselves. "John Hollander, himself a fine poet, is such a generalist; and Melodious Guile, to my mind the best of his critical books, takes its place-along with Donald Davie's Articulate Energy and Winifred Nowottny's The Language Poets Use-among the very few enjoyable and enriching studies of how poetry works."-Alastair Fowler, London Review of Books
Category: Poetry

Lesefr Chte

Author : Michael Denis
ISBN : CHI:088213653
Genre : Austrian prose literature
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Comments, reflections and essays on a variety of subjects.
Category: Austrian prose literature

Kleinianische Theorie In Klinischer Praxis

Author : Elizabeth Bott Spillius
ISBN : 3608940235
Genre :
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Inhaltsübersicht: Einführung, Über das Verstehen klinischer Fakten in der psychoanalytischen Situation, I. Kleinianische Konzepte in der klinischen Situation: 1. Entwicklungslinien des kleinianischen Denkens: ein Überblick und meine persönliche Sicht, 2. Der Phantasiebegriff bei Freud und Klein, 3. Klinische Überlegungen zur negativen therapeutischen Reaktion, 4. Klinische Erfahrungen mit projektiver Identifikation, 5. Unterschiedliche Formen des Neiderlebens, II. Kleinianische Praxis und ihre theoretische Konzeptualisierung: 6. Die Weiterentwicklung der kleinianischen Technik, 7. Das Formulieren klinischer Tatsachen für den Patienten, 8. Transvestismus in der Analyse.

Paradise Lost

Author : John Milton
ISBN : HARVARD:32044004366647
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Sublimity And Skepticism In Montaigne And Milton

Author : David Louis Sedley
ISBN : 0472115286
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Traditional approaches to understanding sublimity and skepticism have often asserted the importance of one concept over the other. This book argues that literary and philosophical notions of skepticism and sublimity simultaneously developed and influenced one another. It includes selections from two Renaissance writers: Montaigne and Milton.
Category: Literary Criticism