Subtly, like the beautiful shadow of someone who has left us. Exquisite but fleeting, a truly strange shadow that resembles joy. ... Tentatively let's call it a shadow. We must have received that shadow from our ancestors.
Author: Sato Haruo
Publisher: University of Hawaii Press
Category: Literary Criticism
Sato Haruo has been called one of the most representative writers of the Taisho era (1912-1926), a transitional period following Japan's monumental push toward modernization. Although he never identified himself as a modernist, Sato exhibited what some writers have identified as a characteristic of modernism: a complex net of contradictory impulses that embrace both the revolutionary and the conservative, revealing both an optimistic looking to the future and a pessimistic nostalgia for the past. Six stories of amazing diversity and two critical essays revealing the understated Japanese ideals of beauty make up this volume, all translated into English for the first time. Forming a sequel to the three stories published in Sato's The Sick Rose, these stories exhibit an extraordinary variety of themes and styles, ranging from poetic fairy tales to psychological portraits to who-done-it crime stories. The title story is a utopian dream of a better city, populated by ideal people, that vanishes in a mirage. Another tale portrays the loneliness of a man unsuccessful with women. A third embellishes a bare Basho haiku about the man next door. Here too are the dream ballad of a Chinese prince, the imaginary world of a mad Japanese artist in Paris, and the probing search for an opium-drugged murderer. Sato's critical essays that conclude this volume have their themes in an exploration of the sad beauty of impermanence, the nature of enlightenment, the awareness of self, the merging of the instant and the eternal, and the "self-indulgent, unrestrained beauty" of the Japanese language. This collection not only affords insights into the complexity of the work of a gifted writer, but also significantly broadens the perspective of the literary world of the Taisho period.
There was no visible grain or noise with beautiful shadow and highlight detail ... I was so impressed that I will be shooting my next feature on EPIC 2.40:1 widescreen.” And this from John Schwartzman, director of photography on The ...
Author: Alice Maurice
Publisher: U of Minnesota Press
The Cinema and Its Shadow argues that race has defined the cinematic apparatus since the earliest motion pictures, especially at times of technological transition. In particular, this work explores how racial difference became central to the resolving of cinematic problems: the stationary camera, narrative form, realism, the synchronization of image and sound, and, perhaps most fundamentally, the immaterial image—the cinema’s “shadow,” which figures both the material reality of the screen image and its racist past. Discussing early “race subjects,” Alice Maurice demonstrates that these films influenced cinematic narrative in lasting ways by helping to determine the relation between stillness and motion, spectacle and narrative drive. The book examines how motion picture technology related to race, embodiment, and authenticity at specific junctures in cinema’s development, including the advent of narratives, feature films, and sound. In close readings of such films as The Cheat, Shadows, and Hallelujah!, Maurice reveals how the rhetoric of race repeatedly embodies film technology, endowing it with a powerful mix of authenticity and magic. In this way, the racialized subject became the perfect medium for showing off, shoring up, and reintroducing the cinematic apparatus at various points in the history of American film. Moving beyond analyzing race in purely thematic or ideological terms, Maurice traces how it shaped the formal and technological means of the cinema.
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Author: Lady Trish
Publisher: Author House
Even after leaving the neighborhood where she spent half of her childhood, the past still hunted Dara. She luckily got away from the vicious circle that would have eaten her alive, but her mind could not escape from all the secret burden she carried with her?. not even love could conquer the emptiness inside of her twisted soul.
And all the Shadows bowed down reverently before him, for they knew that he was the greatest and most beautiful Shadow in all the land ; and that painters loved him, and made charming pictures of him, and that poets sung of him, ...
SHADOWS . O H the shadows -- the beautiful shadows , As over the sky The light clouds fly , So o'er the mountains wander they . Oh the shadows - the beautiful shadows , Sleeping soft on the meadows green ; Fair are the flowers In ...
Author: James Anthony Froude
Contains the first printing of Sartor resartus, as well as other works by Thomas Carlyle.
Author: University of Mississippi Museum and Historic HousesPublish On: 2019-05-31
In one Friedlander photograph we see a woman in a fur coat walking away, down the street, with the shadow of a stranger falling ... Winogrand shows glamorous women in Los Angeles walking by, casting beautiful shadows on the ground as a ...
Author: University of Mississippi Museum and Historic Houses
Publisher: Univ. Press of Mississippi
Contributions by Megan Abbott, Michael Almereyda, Kris Belden-Adams, Maude Schuyler Clay, William Dunlap, W. Ralph Eubanks, William Ferris, Marti A. Funke, Lisa Howorth, Amanda Malloy, Richard McCabe, Emily Ballew Neff, Robert Saarnio, and Anne Wilkes Tucker The Beautiful Mysterious: The Extraordinary Gaze of William Eggleston is an examination of the life and work of the artist widely considered to be the father of color photography. William Eggleston was born in 1939 and grew up in the Mississippi Delta town of Sumner. His innovative 1976 exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art in New York helped establish color photography as an artistic medium and has inspired photographers and artists around the world. Edited by Ann J. Abadie, the catalog contains fifty-five Eggleston photographs, thirty-six that were featured in The Beautiful Mysterious exhibition at the University of Mississippi Museum from September 2016 to February 2017. Eggleston’s longtime friend William Ferris, a celebrated folklorist, donated all the photographs to the Museum. The photographs range from 1962 into the 1980s, representing each of Eggleston’s projects during that time. Some of the photographs are inscribed with Eggleston’s rare handwritten notes about location, people, dates, and projects. Eight of Eggleston’s early dye transfers are in the collection. Many of these works had not been on public display before this exhibition, including black-and-white images that are unique-copy single prints. This is a penetrating examination of the influence of the Mississippi Delta and the American South on Eggleston’s work and of Eggleston’s influence on photography and other creative fields.
Another exquisite figure , and as true as it is beautiful . So the PsalmistMy days are like a shadow that declineth . - Psa . cii . 11 . Man is like to vanity ; His days are as a shadow that passeth away . — Psa . cxliv . 4 .
O the shadows — the beautiful shadows , FORGET ! forget ! nor longer vex Sinking deep in the moonlit lake ; Where the mountains seem Thy spirit with a losing strife : As if view'd in a dream , The past is dead ; and death is death ...
People astonished at His power , and were thinking Him some great personage ( vers . 27 , 28 ) . Darkest shadows often fall when path is brightest . Noticeall things . Everything beautiful The Form of the Shadow . also which brings us ...
Or is she doomed to exchange one form of loneliness for another? A deeply absorbing novel about the 'holes' that suddenly appear in women's lives, My Beautiful Shadow is also a powerful cautionary tale about consumerism gone mad.
Author: Radhika Jha
Publisher: Harper Collins
'I have a secret. I belong to a club. And my club is the biggest, best kept secret in all of Tokyo. You can call my club the beauty lovers' club.' Kayo is a young Tokyo housewife and mother. Outwardly, she is no different from other young mothers. But she has a secret. She belongs to a kind of a club. It involves beautiful clothes and accessories and is the most important thing in their lives. The club makes it possible for Kayo to escape the tedium of her life, and to embrace a dazzling new world. But it quickly becomes an obsession, a drug, the way to both paradise and hell. Can she find her way out of the dark underworld of debt, lies and prostitution? Or is she doomed to exchange one form of loneliness for another? A deeply absorbing novel about the 'holes' that suddenly appear in women's lives, My Beautiful Shadow is also a powerful cautionary tale about consumerism gone mad.
SHADOWS . 405 Oh the shadows - the beautiful shadows , Sinking deep in the moonlit lake ; · Where the mountains seem As if view'd in a dream , And a world of purer beauty make . Oh the shadows - the beautiful shadows , In the world ...
But Wilson also traces Highsmith's literary roots in the work of Poe, noir, and existentialism, locating the influences that helped distinguish Highsmith's writing so startlingly from more ordinary thrillers.
Author: Andrew Wilson
Publisher: Bloomsbury USA
Category: Biography & Autobiography
The first and highly anticipated biography of the author of such classics of suspense as Strangers on a Train and The Talented Mr. Ripley. The life of Patricia Highsmith was as secretive and unusual as that of many of the best-known characters who people her "peerlessly disturbing" writing. Yet even as her work - her thrillers, short stories, and the pseudonymous lesbian novel The Price of Salt - have found new popularity in the last few years, the life of this famously elusive writer has remained a mystery. For Beautiful Shadow, the first biography of Highsmith, journalist Andrew Wilson mined the vast archive of diaries, notebooks, and letters that Patricia Highsmith left behind, astonishing in their candor and detail. He interviewed her closest friends and colleagues as well as some of her many lovers. But Wilson also traces Highsmith's literary roots in the work of Poe, noir, and existentialism, locating the influences that helped distinguish Highsmith's writing so startlingly from more ordinary thrillers. The result is both a serious critical biography and one that reveals much about a brilliant and contradictory woman, one who despite her acclaim and affairs always maintained her solitude.
Let us persevere while we can , and to SHADOWS . this end let the members of the Society of Ob the shadows - the beautiful sbadows , Friends , who have been so long identified with Floating far o'er the hills away ; the education of ...
It is not to be doubted that this is an “ideal” face despite the terrifying flesh tones out of Woolworth portraits, the mad eye-shadow and the wig-like hair. This is, after all, Liz. Warhol specializes in the Beautiful People and is ...
Author: David Antin
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
“We got to talking”—so David Antin begins the introduction to Radical Coherency, embarking on the pursuit that has marked much of his breathless, brilliantly conversational work. For the past forty years, whether spoken under the guise of performance artist or poet, cultural explorer or literary critic, Antin’s innovative observations have helped us to better understand everything from Pop to Postmodernism. Intimately wedded to the worlds of conceptual art and poetics, Radical Coherency collects Antin’s influential critical essays and spontaneous, performed lectures (or “talk pieces”) for the very first time, capturing one of the most distinctive perspectives in contemporary literature. The essays presented here range from the first serious assessment of Andy Warhol published in a major art journal, as well as Antin’s provocative take on Clement Greenberg’s theory of Modernism, to frontline interventions in present debates on poetics and fugitive pieces from the ’60s and ’70s that still sparkle today—and represent a gold mine for art historians of the period. From John Cage to Allan Kaprow, Mark Rothko to Ludwig Wittgenstein, Antin takes the reader on an idiosyncratic, personal journey through twentieth-century culture with his trademark antiformalist panache—one thatwill be welcomed by any fan of this consummate trailblazer.
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One of them heard it and cried and said, 'You made him so beautiful,' and I said, 'What if he is beautiful?' Shadow defines light. The shadow is where I hang out a lot because I like chasing and diving with those forces.
From the concert stage to the dressing room, from the recording studio to the digital realm, SPIN surveys the modern musical landscape and the culture around it with authoritative reporting, provocative interviews, and a discerning critical ear. With dynamic photography, bold graphic design, and informed irreverence, the pages of SPIN pulsate with the energy of today's most innovative sounds. Whether covering what's new or what's next, SPIN is your monthly VIP pass to all that rocks.
Even in broad daylight Mr. Wilde's electric light had the power of throwing the distinct and beautiful shadow of a burning wax candle on a screen upon the wall 50 feet distant , marking out with exquisite perfection the gaseous core of ...
is no shadow , but a living and blood - thirsty The Mandarin was so stupified at this audabeast . ... The shadow Forces , and the Presidency of the College of of the beautiful duck seemed all the while to Ceremonies .
It is beautiful like a well-fed baby. The next stage it is fully grown, with branches that render beautiful shadows. ... There is no more shadow, soon it becomes useless soon to be used as cooking material — firewood.
Third, they render more quickly than radiosity, although they are significantly slower than ray-traced or shadow-mapped lights. But the render hit is easily paid for by the beautiful quality of the shadows. If render time were not an ...
Author: Nicholas Boughen
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning
Companion CD included with 30-day demo of LightWave v9! The process of creating accurate and pleasing lighting in CG environments demands both an understanding of the fundamentals of light and knowledge of the available tools. LightWave v9 Lighting addresses these issues in a practical guide that shows you how to achieve your lighting goals using the latest version of LightWave 3D. With this book discover the tools and features of LightWave v9 that can improve your lighting; understand lighting concepts including color, shadow, intent, and style; explore a number of tutorials that demonstrate specific lighting setups; learn how to enhance your lighting with volumetrics, lens flares, projection images, and radiosity; find out how the proper lighting can turn a good shot into a great shot.