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The Art Of Modern Spirituality And Heartbreak

Author : Megan Jackson
ISBN : 1635874238
Genre : Religion
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A personal journey and graphic parody of classic art and contemporary spirituality. An illustrated book of wisdom embracing classic art, philosophy and contemporary spirituality.Using classic artist's works - from Van Gogh and Picasso to Frida Kahlo, along with her own sketchings - Megsie creates a pastiche of wisdom that grapples with the suffering and joys of authenticity and awakening to one's true self in contemporary life and the yoga path.
Category: Religion

The Art Of Spirituality

Author : Dr Pretty Thakur
ISBN : 9781684663057
Genre : Self-Help
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The Art of Spirituality is the book of a new generation. As with changing times, we update our knowledge of science and research on every aspect of our life. It’s time to update our knowledge on Spirituality as well as “The modern Concepts of Spirituality” with a scientific twist. As Urban Society, we dismiss Spirituality while still flirting around the Law of Attraction for manifesting abundance in Life. Why just flirt with LOA, when we can fully understand “The modern concept of Spirituality” to not only manifest abundance, peace, prosperity but ways to sustain its benefits in full for a lifetime. The Old, outdate idea about Spirituality was merely our fears for Spirituality, but now it’s time to explore Spirituality safely with the now available first ever instruction book on Spirituality. Firstly we have to understand what it is all about? Then understand why it is important in our lives, and then we can experience the beauty of Spirituality without having to sacrifice anything in the materialistic world outside. The balance is the key, real Spirituality never makes us sacrifice anything rather it teaches us how to become our best version in both outer abundant life and a richer blessed emotional life. The book is an initiative to bring to light the hidden never explored aspects of Spirituality, so vital in our daily lives, the absence of which has created the love-deprived world that we are! This “The Art of Spirituality” Series is my Life purpose to bridge the gap between Science and Spirituality to bring the nectar of Harmony, Love, Peace, and Bliss for every one of us.
Category: Self-Help

Religion And Art

Author : Richard Wagner
ISBN : UOM:39015022046653
Genre : Music
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Category: Music

Religion And Art

Author : Richard Wagner
ISBN : 0803297645
Genre : Art
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"One might say that where Religion becomes artificial, it is reserved for Art to save the spirit of religion." With these words Richard Wagner began "Religion and Art" (1880), one of his most passionate essays. That passion made Wagner himself a central icon in the growing cult of art. Wagner felt that he lived in an age of spiritual crisis. "It can but rouse our apprehension, to see the progress of the art-of-war departing from the springs of moral force, and turning more and more to the mechanical," he wrote. In response to the frightening progress of dynamite and steel, Wagner adopted the role of the Tone Poet Seer, who reveals the inexpressible in concert halls and cleanses souls in waves of symhonic revelation. "Religion and Art" is the pivot of the works collected here. Also included are his defining essays "Public and Popularity" and "The Public in Time and Space"; his papers relating to the creation of the Bayreuth School; his complaint against publishers, "On Poetry and Composition" (1879); his article on the first production of Parsifal (1882); and other works that speak his mind about strengthening the spirit through music. These works participated in the duel between Wagner and Nietzsche that ensued after the breakup of their friendship in 1878. Nietzsche publicly called Wagner an incurable romantic, emphasizing how sick he thought both Wagner and his art were. Here Wagner counterattacks with arch innuendo and sarcasm. This edition includes the complete volume 6 of the 1897 translation of Wagner's works commissioned by the London Wagner Society. William Ashton Ellis is one of the most important translators of nineteenth-century musicology. In addition to his monumental translation of Wagner's prose works, he translated Wagner's correspondence with Franz Lizst, Mathilde Wesendonck, and Wagner's own family. Ellis died in 1919.
Category: Art

Art And Freedom

Author : Horace Meyer Kallen
ISBN : STANFORD:36105020002395
Genre : Aesthetics
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ISBN : STANFORD:36105005391938
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Shaw And Other Matters

Author : Director the Institute for the Arts and Humanities Stanley Weintraub
ISBN : 157591008X
Genre : Drama
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Demonstrating the influence of scholar-teacher Stanley Weintraub on his students, Shaw and Other Matters reflects the scope of that influence in its concern with a variety of literary figures - from Shaw to Joe Orton - and of topics such as war memoirs and golem/robots. The variety is there, as well, in the approaches to the subjects: Rodelle Weintraub's dream analysis of Arms and the Man; Julie Sparks's comparison of Shaw with Bellamy, Morris, and Bulwer-Lytton as world "betterers"; Michael Pharand's evaluation of Shaw's changing views of Napoleon; Kinley Roby's tracing of Shaw's exchanges of views on playwriting with Arnold Bennett; and Kay Li's archetypal exploration of characters in Heartbreak House.
Category: Drama

Oxford Dictionary Of Modern Quotations

Author : Elizabeth Knowles
ISBN : 9780199208951
Genre : Reference
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More than five thousand quotations, that range in time from Scott's Antarctic expedition in 1912 to the attack on the World Trade Center in 2001, are gathered in a comprehensive, updated resource that evokes a fascinating picture of the social, political, cultural, and scientific highlights of modern times.
Category: Reference

The Shattering Of The Self

Author : Cynthia Marshall
ISBN : 0801867789
Genre : Literary Criticism
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In The Shattering of the Self: Violence, Subjectivity, and Early Modern Texts, Cynthia Marshall reconceptualizes the place and function of violence in Renaissance literature. During the Renaissance an emerging concept of the autonomous self within art, politics, religion, commerce, and other areas existed in tandem with an established, popular sense of the self as fluid, unstable, and volatile. Marshall examines an early modern fascination with erotically charged violence to show how texts of various kinds allowed temporary release from an individualism that was constraining. Scenes such as Gloucester's blinding and Cordelia's death in King Lear or the dismemberment and sexual violence depicted in Titus Andronicus allowed audience members not only a release but a "shattering"—as opposed to an affirmation—of the self. Marshall draws upon close readings of Shakespearean plays, Petrarchan sonnets, John Foxe's Acts and Monuments of the Christian Martyrs, and John Ford's The Broken Heart to successfully address questions of subjectivity, psychoanalytic theory, and identity via a cultural response to art. Timely in its offering of an account that is both historically and psychoanalytically informed, The Shattering of the Self argues for a renewed attention to the place of fantasy in this literature and will be of interest to scholars working in Renaissance and early modern studies, literary theory, gender studies, and film theory. -- Tzachi Zamir
Category: Literary Criticism

Cultural Correspondence

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ISBN : MINN:31951001227948G
Genre : Arts, American
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ISBN : UOM:39015067512593
Genre : English literature
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Category: English literature

A History Of Modern Drama Volume I

Author : David Krasner
ISBN : OSU:32435082480336
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Covering the period 1879 to 1959, from Ibsen to Beckett, this book is an examination of the plays, dramatists, and movements that comprise modern world drama. Contains detailed analysis of plays and playwrights and connecting themes. Includes coverage of non-English works and traditions to create a global view of modern drama. Considers the influence of modernism in art, music, literature, architecture, society, and politics on the formation of modern dramatic literature
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Religion Index One

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ISBN : IND:30000053712273
Genre : Religion
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Category: Religion