... but constant manifestations of its consequences – collapsed walls, smouldering fire, abandoned buildings and streets – and above ... In contrast, at many other points the Rogo voice allows itself open and pithy symbolism of emotion, ...
Author: Theodore Ell
Publisher: Troubador Publishing Ltd
Category: Literary Criticism
Piero Bigongiari (1914-1997) was among the most prolific and consistent Italian poets of the last century. He was central to the ‘third generation’ of ermetismo – the movement that voiced the mysterious, the hidden and the abstract. Bigongiari was a poet of origins, exploring the grounding of cultures in landscape and myth, the depths and limitations of home, and the symbols and narratives that sustain an individual’s bond to places. His poetic technique was based on the elaboration of motifs, tracing evolving ideas in a web of verbal themes and variations. Bigongiari’s was a voice of memory, dreams and the surprises of the psyche, speaking beyond politics or ideology to express an Italian sense of existing in modern times. Yet his work is unfamiliar to most Italians and English-language readers. This book – the first English in-depth study of the poet – addresses the roots of Bigongiari’s writing and moral ideas, which took form during the Second World War. After the fall of fascism and the destruction of much of his beloved Florence, Bigongiari abandoned the mystical style of his first collection, seeking greater emotional immediacy and a more incisive view into Italy’s mental life. His fixation on origins arose from a belief that the fascist generations had been untrue to themselves; his technique of elaboration began as an attempt to sustain fragile creativity from one poem to the next. The destructive fire of war became the crucible in which he reinvented his art. Drawing on the full range of Bigongiari’s wartime writing, from his major poetry collection Rogo [Pyre or Blaze] to essays, diaries and new archival discoveries, this book is a portrait of an author overcoming crisis and confronting the failures of his time head-on. A Voice in the Fire will appeal to fans of Italian literature and poetry, and particularly fans and students of Bigongiari’s work. It will also be enjoyed by anyone interested in WWII writing, European war poetry or European history.
A collection of autobiographical essays on maintaining faith through the difficulties in life.Colleen Harrision grew up believing in God.
Author: Colleen C. Harrison
A collection of autobiographical essays on maintaining faith through the difficulties in life.Colleen Harrision grew up believing in God. She found Him in the loneliness of a neglected childhood, felt His comfort and protection during the violent outbursts of her parents' relationship, and experienced His strength, hope and healing amidst some of life's hardest trials--childhood abuse, struggling with the effects of addiction in herself and those she loved, the death of her 18-year-old daughter, and the dissolution of what she believed was an eternal marriage. Through it all, Colleen finds and shares with us one overarching truth: the gospel of Jesus Christ works.
One such work is Barnett Newman's Voice of Fire , a magnificent painting and a major work in this American abstract painter's career , first shown in Canada at the U.S. Pavilion for ...
Author: Bruce Barber
Publisher: University of Toronto Press
Item contains cartoons, letters, articles, essays, etc resulting from the debate (or outcry) following the purchase of Barnett Newman's "Voice of fire" by National Gallery of Canada. Also includes papers from a symposium organised by the National Gallery of Canada.
... Voice from the Grave – the Fireman Johann Wittkowski, who states: my work When they wanted to prove to me at any price, that I had received position through the Communists, that I had spent the afternoon before the Reichstag fire ...
Author: Albert Borowitz
Publisher: ATBOSH Media Ltd.
This study of Berlin's Reichstag Fire of 1933 analyzes several views of the cause of the fire and its impact on the ensuing Nazi takeover of power.
Oh, if we could grasp this truth as voices of fire that as we obey the call of God to become a voice of fire, we place ourselves in position to be used of God, blessed by Him, and to impact all people we meet throughout this world.
Author: Doyl Tully
Publisher: Redemption Press
Learn how to fan the flame of the Holy Spirit in your life to speak truth to this generation and have true impact on others for Christ. How to become a voice of fire, live a life of power, and be used by God to change lives.
Author: Robert Louis StevensonPublish On: 2017-03-02
Sometimes I was broad awake and understood what passed; sometimes I only heard voices, or men snoring, like the voice of a silly river; and the plaids upon the wall dwindled down and swelled out again, like firelight shadows on the roof ...
Author: Robert Louis Stevenson
Publisher: Oxford University Press - Children
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Danger! Shipwreck! Drama! Revenge! Join 17-year-old Davie Balfour as he's betrayed by his uncle, involved in a shipwreck, rescued by wanted rebel Alan Breck, and together they set off across the treacherous highlands on a quest for justice . . . and revenge! Oxford Children's Classics present not only the original and unabridged story of Kidnapped but also help you to discover a whole world of new adventures with an amazing assortment of recommendations and activities.
Author: U.s. Department of Homeland SecurityPublish On: 2013-03-06
U.s. Department of Homeland Security, U. S. Fire Administration. Figure 19 – Simplex Communications with Portable transmitting. Repeaters — Improve Field Unit to dispatch and Offscene Units Receiver voters are one solution to get ...
Author: U.s. Department of Homeland Security
This Manual is designed to help affiliate leaders and members understand new communication and radio system issues in order to remain informed players in the process.
Frank and Leon are two men from different times, discovering that sometimes all you learn from your parents' mistakes is how to make different ones of your own. Frank is trying to escape his troubled past by running away to his family's beach shack. As he struggles to make friends with his neighbors and their precocious young daughter, Sal, he discovers the community has fresh wounds of its own. A girl is missing, and when Sal too disappears, suspicion falls on Frank. Decades earlier, Leon tries to hold together his family's cake shop as their suburban life crumbles in the aftermath of the Korean War. When war breaks out again, Leon must go from sculpting sugar figurines to killing young men as a conscript in the Vietnam War.