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Ethereal Queer

Author : Amy Villarejo
ISBN : 9780822377429
Genre : Social Science
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In Ethereal Queer, Amy Villarejo offers a historically engaged, theoretically sophisticated, and often personal account of how TV representations of queer life have changed as the medium has evolved since the 1950s. Challenging the widespread view that LGBT characters did not make a sustained appearance on television until the 1980s, she draws on innovative readings of TV shows and network archives to reveal queer television’s lengthy, rich, and varied history. Villarejo goes beyond concerns about representational accuracy. She tracks how changing depictions of queer life, in programs from Our Miss Brooks to The L Word, relate to transformations in business models and technologies, including modes of delivery and reception such as cable, digital video recording, and online streaming. In so doing, she provides a bold new way to understand the history of television.
Category: Social Science

The Esoteric Collection Book Vii

Author : Vashist Vaid
ISBN : 9781312526259
Genre : Religion
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This 17th book named as "The Esoteric Collections - The Magical Wisdom of Solomon - Book VII" is an important book, which contain some of the evolutionary wisdom long forgotten upon this planet earth, which still exists in the ''Universal Ethereal library'', which includes the divine wisdom of the Great Prophet King Solomon. This book contain various outlines and glimpses of the valuable information, which has been previously unknown to many, and are mostly related to the unrevealed history of the human Root races, as well their sub and branch races, who for eons are evolving upon this planet earth as the incarnated members of various casts and creeds, for their gradual conscious expansion according to the evolutionary plan, which is based upon the universal law of ''will to do good''.
Category: Religion

In Search Of Lost Time Volume Iv

Author : Marcel Proust
ISBN : 9780679641810
Genre : Fiction
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'Flower and plant have no conscious will. They are shameless, exposing their genitals. And so in a sense are Proust's men and women . . . shameless. There is no question of right and wrong. Homosexuality . . . is as devoid of moral implications as the mode of fecundation of the Primula veris or the Lythrum salicoria.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------SAMUEL BECKETT The theme of Sodom and Gomorrah is sexual ambiguity. In the opening scene, the narrator secretly observes a sexual encounter between two men that is played out 'as though in obedience to the laws of an occult art' The book unfolds on matters of 'vice,' 'inversion,' mystery, desire, love, longing, and illusion. The final volume of a new, definitive text of A la recherche du temps perdu was published by the Bibliotheque de la Pleiade in 1989. For this authoritative English-language edition, D. J. Enright has revised the late Terence Kilmartin's acclaimed reworking of C. K. Scott Moncrieff's translation to take into account the new French editions.
Category: Fiction

Anatomy Of A Premise Line

Author : Jeff Lyons
ISBN : 9781317558958
Genre : Art
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If a story is going to fail, it will do so first at the premise level. Anatomy of a Premise Line: How to Master Premise and Story Development for Writing Success is the only book of its kind to identify a seven-step development process that can be repeated and applied to any story idea. This process will save you time, money, and potentially months of wasted writing. So whether you are trying to write a feature screenplay, develop a television pilot, or just trying to figure out your next story move as a writer, this book gives you the tools you need to know which ideas are worth pursuing. In addition to the 7-step premise development tool, Anatomy of a Premise Line also presents a premise and idea testing methodology that can be used to test any developed premise line. Customized exercises and worksheets are included to facilitate knowledge transfer, so that by the end of the book, you will have a fully developed premise line, log line, tagline, and a completed premise-testing checklist. Here is some of what you will learn inside: Ways to determine whether or not your story is a good fit for print or screen Case studies and hands-on worksheets to help you learn by participating in the process Tips on how to effectively work through writer’s block A companion website (www.routledge.com/cw/lyons) with additional worksheets, videos, and interactive tools to help you learn the basics of perfecting a killer premise line
Category: Art

Fading Toward Enlightenment

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ISBN : 0976358107
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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"Though I didn't know it at the time, I heard the Siren's song within my mother's womb. Even before I was born, I was being drawn to my death."Thus begins the true story of a gifted photographer's quest for inner peace. Beautifully illustrated with over 75 fine-art, B/W images, "Fading Toward Enlightenment" takes the reader on a modern-day hero's journey. From the anguish of self-loathing, through the confusion of the search, past the traps of the mind - photographer and author, Wayne Wirs leads the reader on an epic tale of his personal quest for tranquility in the midst of today's fast-paced world.Following no particular school of thought or religious practice, the author recounts his journey from a typical, normal, solid life to one that is dynamic, flowing and at times filled with the Divine. Students of meditation, eastern philosophy, and the esoteric - as well as fans of "The Celestine Prophecy", "The Power of Now", and "The Tao Te Ching" - will find a voice that resonates True in the author's poetic words and inspiring images."Fading Toward Enlightenment" is one of the most honest and beautifully illustrated accounts of the modern spiritual search to date. Its powerful images, inspiring quotes and compelling text harmonize subtly to immerse the reader in this heart-felt and moving narrative.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Tarrying With The Negative

Author : Slavoj Žižek
ISBN : 9780822381822
Genre : Philosophy
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In the space of barely more than five years, with the publication of four pathbreaking books, Slavoj Žižek has earned the reputation of being one of the most arresting, insightful, and scandalous thinkers in recent memory. Perhaps more than any other single author, his writings have constituted the most compelling evidence available for recognizing Jacques Lacan as the preemient philosopher of our time. In Tarrying with the Negative, Žižek challenges the contemporary critique of ideology, and in doing so opens the way for a new understanding of social conflict, particularly the recent outbursts of nationalism and ethnic struggle. Are we, Žižek asks, confined to a postmodern universe in which truth is reduced to the contingent effect of various discursive practices and where our subjectivity is dispersed through a multitude of ideological positions? No is his answer, and the way out is a return to philosophy. This revisit to German Idealism allows Žižek to recast the critique of ideology as a tool for disclosing the dynamic of our society, a crucial aspect of which is the debate over nationalism, particularly as it has developed in the Balkans—Žižek's home. He brings the debate over nationalism into the sphere of contemporary cultural politics, breaking the impasse centered on nationalisms simultaneously fascistic and anticolonial aspirations. Provocatively, Žižek argues that what drives nationalistic and ethnic antagonism is a collectively driven refusal of our own enjoyment. Using examples from popular culture and high theory to illuminate each other—opera, film noir, capitalist universalism, religious and ethnic fundamentalism—this work testifies to the fact that, far more radically than the postmodern sophists, Kant and Hegel are our contemporaries.
Category: Philosophy

Remembrance Of Things Past

Author : Marcel Proust
ISBN : 184022147X
Genre : France
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Proust is the twentieth century's Dante, presenting us with a unique, unsettling picture of ourselves as jealous lovers and unmitigated snobs, frittering our lives away, with only the hope of art as a possible salvation.
Category: France

Modernism And Market Fantasy

Author : C. Mickalites
ISBN : 9780230391536
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Examining work from Ford and Conrad's pre-war impressionism through Rhys's fiction of the late 1930s, the author shows how modernist innovation engages with transformations in early twentieth-century capitalism and tracks the ways in which modernist fiction reconfigures capitalist mythologies along the fault lines of their internal contradictions.
Category: Literary Criticism

Spirits In Transcultural Skies

Author : Niels Gutschow
ISBN : 9783319116327
Genre : Social Science
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The volume investigates the visualization of both ritual and decorative aspects of auspiciousness and protection in the form of celestial characters in art and architecture. In doing so, it covers more than two and a half millennia and a broad geographical area, documenting a practice found in nearly every corner of the world. Its transcultural approach aims at gaining insights into cultural dynamics and consistent networks and defining new historical mindmaps; it examines reciprocal effects and aspects of interwovenness in art and architecture with a view to reconceptualizing their established realms. The collection opens a window on a phenomenon in the history of art and architecture that has never before been considered from this perspective. The book focuses on a transcultural iconography of aerial spirits, goddesses and gods in art history, pursuing a methodologically innovative approach in order to redefine and develop the practice of identification and classification of motifs as a means to understanding meaning, and attempting to challenge the categories defined by academic disciplines.
Category: Social Science

Ethereal Reflections

Author : Jaie Hart
ISBN : 9781257829033
Genre : Poetry
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Ethereal Reflections is a collection of poetry focused on the various facets of existence here in the Earth School. Primarily these works are focused on love, dreams and trying to figure out what life means. These poems represent a continuation of the quest to learn, live and grow from life.
Category: Poetry