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Rousseau

Author : Ann Temkin
ISBN : 9780870708305
Genre : Art
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Each volume in this new series offers an in-depth exploration of one major work in MoMA's collection. Through a lively illustrated essay by a MoMA curator that examines the work in detail, the publication delves into aspects of the artist's oeuvre and places the work in a broader social and arthistorical context.

Henri Rousseau

Author : Werner Schmalenbach
ISBN : 3791324098
Genre : Art
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"Rousseau's series of jungle paintings was and still continues to be the subject of controversy. This book answers many of the questions surrounding Rousseau's importance as an artist and examines his paintings in a wider art-historical context. As a self-taught artist who started painting at the age of 40 and worked in an unorthodox, naive style, Rousseau had to struggle to overcome the derision of his contemporaries. That Rousseau succeeded in silencing his critics, winning wide admiration, including that of Picasso, the Surrealists and Wasily Kandinsky, owes much to the jungle paintings."--Amazon.

Coloring Book For Kids

Author : Robert Draven
ISBN : 9798685729408
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This fantastic and creative, kids coloring book, is packed full of cool coloring pages full of kids' favorite animals, and specially designed to be perfect for kids aged 3-8 to color with just the right level of detail for the age range. From perfect pets and furry baby animals, to woodland creatures and jungle beasts, right through to brilliant birds, fun fish and beautiful nature scenes, this book definitely contains a rich variety of awesome coloring pictures, which are sure to delight and thrill any animal loving kid with hours-and-hours of coloring fun. If you are looking for a seriously fun and totally cool coloring book, packed with amazing animals for a kid who loves to color, then Kids Coloring Books Animal Coloring Book is the book for you!

Henri Rousseau Art Tattoos

Author : Marty Noble
ISBN : 0486430758
Genre : Art
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Possessing superb powers of imagination, the great Naive painter Henri Rousseau (1844–1910) is enormously popular for the surreal, dreamlike qualities of his work. This collection of art tattoos reproduces details from four of his most popular paintings, among them the famous Sleeping Gypsy and his last painting, The Dream.

Coloring Book For Kids

Author : Anna Harver
ISBN : 9798685202871
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This fantastic and creative, kids coloring book, is packed full of cool coloring pages full of kids' favorite animals, and specially designed to be perfect for kids aged 3-8 to color with just the right level of detail for the age range. From perfect pets and furry baby animals, to woodland creatures and jungle beasts, right through to brilliant birds, fun fish and beautiful nature scenes, this book definitely contains a rich variety of awesome coloring pictures, which are sure to delight and thrill any animal loving kid with hours-and-hours of coloring fun. If you are looking for a seriously fun and totally cool coloring book, packed with amazing animals for a kid who loves to color, then Kids Coloring Books Animal Coloring Book is the book for you!

Henri Rousseau Exhibition Galeries Nationales Du Grand Palais Paris September 14 1984 January 7 1985; The Museum Of Modern Art New York February 21 June 4 1985

Author : Henri Rousseau
ISBN : 0870705652
Genre : Primitivism in art
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Rousseau

Author : Cornelia Stabenow
ISBN : 3822813648
Genre : Art
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A brief study of the life and career of French painter Henri Rousseau.

The Art Of Evolution

Author : Barbara Jean Larson
ISBN : 1584657758
Genre : Art
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A timely and stimulating collection of essays about the impact of Darwin's ideas on visual culture

Rousseau S Dream

Author : Johann Baptist Cramer
ISBN : OCLC:224391065
Genre : Variations (Piano)
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Rousseau And Romanticism

Author : Otto Scott
ISBN : 9781351492607
Genre : Literary Criticism
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This volume is the best-known and most widely discussed work of the influential scholar and critic Irving Babbitt (1865-1933), intellectual leader of the movement known as the New Humanism. It is also the work that best conveys the ethical and aesthetic core of his thought. Broad in scope, it examines a variety of manifestations of romanticism and presents a typology of the imaginative inclinations of that movement Rousseau is analyzed as paradigmatic of the ethical and aesthetic sensibility that is replacing the classical and Christian outlook in the Western world. For Babbitt, works of imagination are integral to human life in general. He explores romanticism with a view to its implications for Western civilization.Babbitt identifies serious ethical, religious, aesthetic, and philosophical problems in the modern world, but he also shows how remedies to those problems must incorporate the best insights of modernity. First published in 1919, the book is strikingly relevant to today's discussion of the crisis of American and Western culture and education. Babbitt anticipated and analyzed dangerous cultural trends whose consequences are now widely bemoaned. He applies to these phenomena an intellectual breadth and depth rare today. At the end of the twentieth century his prescriptions for dealing with the central problems of Western civilization have acquired an acute urgency. At a time of much renewed interest in Rousseau, Babbitt's book offers a penetrating commentary that challenges widely held beliefs and interpretations.Graced with a lengthy and wide-ranging new introduction by Claes G. Ryn, Rousseau and Romanticism is simultaneously a work of literary history, criticism, and a theory of civilization. In addressing its special subject, this classic study reflects the main themes of Babbitt's thought, making it representative of his work as a whole. Ryn explicates and critically assesses Babbitt's central ideas, refutes widely circulating

Rousseau And Romanticism

Author : Irving Babbitt
ISBN : 9781465612472
Genre : Romanticism
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The words classic and romantic, we are often told, cannot be defined at all, and even if they could be defined, some would add, we should not be much profited. But this inability or unwillingness to define may itself turn out to be only one aspect of a movement that from Rousseau to Bergson has sought to discredit the analytical intellect—what Wordsworth calls “the false secondary power by which we multiply distinctions.” However, those who are with Socrates rather than with Rousseau or Wordsworth in this matter, will insist on the importance of definition, especially in a chaotic era like the present; for nothing is more characteristic of such an era than its irresponsible use of general terms. Now to measure up to the Socratic standard, a definition must not be abstract and metaphysical, but experimental; it must not, that is, reflect our opinion of what a word should mean, but what it actually has meant. Mathematicians may be free at times to frame their own definitions, but in the case of words like classic and romantic, that have been used innumerable times, and used not in one but in many countries, such a method is inadmissible. One must keep one’s eye on actual usage. One should indeed allow for a certain amount of freakishness in this usage. Beaumarchais, for example, makes classic synonymous with barbaric. One may disregard an occasional aberration of this kind, but if one can find only confusion and inconsistency in all the main uses of words like classic and romantic, the only procedure for those who speak or write in order to be understood is to banish the words from their vocabulary. Now to define in a Socratic way two things are necessary: one must learn to see a common element in things that are apparently different and also to discriminate between things that are apparently similar. A Newton, to take the familiar instance of the former process, saw a common element in the fall of an apple and the motion of a planet; and one may perhaps without being a literary Newton discover a common element in all the main uses of the word romantic as well as in all the main uses of the word classic; though some of the things to which the word romantic in particular has been applied seem, it must be admitted, at least as far apart as the fall of an apple and the motion of a planet. The first step is to perceive the something that connects two or more of these things apparently so diverse, and then it may be found necessary to refer this unifying trait itself back to something still more general, and so on until we arrive, not indeed at anything absolute—the absolute will always elude us—but at what Goethe calls the original or underlying phenomenon (Urphänomen). A fruitful source of false definition is to take as primary in a more or less closely allied group of facts what is actually secondary—for example, to fix upon the return to the Middle Ages as the central fact in romanticism, whereas this return is only symptomatic; it is very far from being the original phenomenon. Confused and incomplete definitions of romanticism have indeed just that origin—they seek to put at the centre something that though romantic is not central but peripheral, and so the whole subject is thrown out of perspective.

Justice And Difference In The Works Of Rousseau

Author : Judith Still
ISBN : 0521025672
Genre : Literary Collections
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According to Rousseau, the best relationship between unequals is one of 'benificence', giving, receiving and repaying benefits. This 1993 book addresses the problem implicit in his writings of whether it is indeed possible for a just and generous relationship to exist between non-equals. Judith Still draws together issues in Rousseau's work which are often treated in isolation: the state, just relations between individuals, sexual politics and the constructing of a feminine identity. She analyses his works, his classical sources, and the conceptual underpinnings of his ethics, crossing the boundary between study of Rousseau as a complex and sensitive writer of fiction and autobiography and consideration of his political and ethical theory. Using techniques of reading drawn from literary theory, particularly from the work of Derrida, de Man and Starobinski, she argues that for Rousseau it is sexual difference which disturbs the practice of benificence.

The Dream Of The North

Author : Peter Fjagesund
ISBN : 9789401210829
Genre : History
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Northern Europe and North America have dominated the world stage for more than two centuries. Using a wide range of sources, this book provides the first coherent account from a multi-national perspective of the ideas and perceptions that, from the Renaissance onwards, fuelled the North’s rise to prominence, and enabled it to rival the traditional cultural and political hegemony of the South. This includes not only the fascinating conquest of the polar regions, but also the religious upheaval of the Reformation, the changing view of nature engendered by Romanticism, and, not least, the revival of ancient Nordic and Celtic culture. Finally, the book offers an indispensable historical background to current events in the Far North, where the past and the future meet in a complex web of dramatic environmental concerns, the exploitation of natural resources, and the strategies of politics and commerce.

Rousseau

Author : Henri Rousseau
ISBN : OCLC:79365423
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Atlas Of Clinical Sleep Medicine E Book

Author : Meir H. Kryger
ISBN : 9780323289177
Genre : Medical
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2014 BMA Medical Book Awards Highly Commended in Internal Medicine category! Accurately diagnose and treat adult and pediatric sleep disorders with exceptional visual guidance from world-renowned sleep expert Dr. Meir H. Kryger. Atlas of Clinical Sleep Medicine is an easy-to-read, highly illustrated atlas that details the physiologic, clinical, morphologic, and investigational aspects of the full range of sleep disorders you encounter in everyday practice -- and helps you interpret the visual manifestations of your patients sleep disorders so you can manage them most effectively. ".. a nice addition to your library and a powerful teaching tool in a training program." Reviewed by Sleep Breath, Oct 2014 "As a regular teacher on the same range of sleep disorders, one of its best features is excellent online access (to all the pictures, graphs, polysomnography traces and patient videos)." Reviewed by Advances in Clinical Neuroscience and Rehabilitation (ANCR), Jan 2015 Visually grasp how sleep affects each body system thanks to a full-color compendium that correlates the physiology of sleep with the relevant findings. Determine the best and most up-to-date drug therapy with information about the latest drugs available as well as those in clinical trials. Compare your patients’ polysomnograms to a wealth of high-quality recordings taken from the latest machines used by institutions around the world. Score, interpret, and diagnose sleep disorders employing the scoring rules from the latest AASM scoring manual. Stay current with the latest on sleep and psychiatric disease, circadian desynchrony, dreaming, insomnia, home sleep testing, new sleep apnea treatments, and more. Understand the correlation between sleep and other health issues – such as stroke and heart failure. Find diagnostic and treatment information quickly and easily thanks to a highly illustrated, easy-to-read format that highlights key details. Access the fully searchable text as well as all of the book’s illustrations, more than 20 patient interview videos, over 40 sleep lab videos, and 200-plus polysomnogram fragments at Expert Consult.

Literary Silences In Pascal Rousseau And Beckett

Author : Elisabeth Marie Loevlie
ISBN : 0199266360
Genre : Literary Criticism
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To explore literary silence is to explore the relationships between texts and the silence of the ineffable. This study describes silent dynamics through readings of Pascal's 'Pensees', Rousseau's 'Reveries', and Beckett's trilogy 'Molloy', 'Malone Dies' and 'The Unnameable'.

Mary Shelley And Frankenstein

Author : William Veeder
ISBN : 0226507106
Genre : Androgyny (Psychology) in literature
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One Last Dream

Author : W. E. Gutman
ISBN : 9781771430241
Genre : Dreams
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From the author of Nocturnes; Flight from Ein Sof; The Inventor; A Paler Shade of Red -- Memoirs of a Radical; and One Night in CopAn. In his newest and most chilling dystopia, W. E. Gutman takes fellow insomniacs on a dark, eerie journey into a netherworld of visions that skirt the nightmarish regions of insanity. Written for the stage and screen, ONE LAST DREAM asks disquieting questions: Do the dreams we spin, the thoughts we ponder betray us? Can our musings be censored? Will the neurons in our brains be rewired to turn us into servile conformists? Is the clash of dreams the real cause of mankind's afflictions? If neuroscientists succeed, there will soon be a way to access and decipher the brain's most quirky constructs. And ethicists will struggle with a new conundrum: Will dreamers be spied upon by some future thought police? How long before eccentric nightmares or heretical concepts -- whether seized in one's sleep or evoked in a wakeful state -- are intercepted and wayward dreamers are reprogrammed or permanently silenced? In ONE LAST DREAM, W. E. Gutman explores the consequences of mind manipulation in a world where free thought is feared, erudition is reviled, and morality is little more than a distillate of codified groupthink. About the Author Born in Paris, W. E. Gutman is a retired journalist. Between 1994 and 2006, he reported from Central America. Formerly the international editor of the now-defunct futurist magazine, OMNI, and U.S. editor of the Moscow-based quarterly, Science in the USSR, he is the author of seven books. He lives with his wife in southern California.

History Of Art

Author : Horst Woldemar Janson
ISBN : 0131828959
Genre : Art
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For forty years, this widely acclaimed classic has remained unsurpassed as an introduction to art in the Western world, boasting the matchless credibility of the Janson name. This newest update features a more contemporary, more colorful design and vast array of extraordinarily produced illustrations that have become the Janson hallmark. A narrative voice makes this book a truly enjoyable read, and carefully reviewed and revised updates to this edition offer the utmost clarity in contributions based on recent scholarship. Extensive captions for the book’s incredible art program offer profound insight through the eyes of twentieth-century art historians speaking about specific pieces of art featured throughout. Significantly changed in this edition is the chapter on “The Late Renaissance,” in which Janson offers a new perspective on the subject, tracing in detail the religious art tied to the Catholic Reform movement, whose early history is little known to many readers of art history. Janson has also rearranged early Renaissance art according to genres instead of time sequence, and he has followed the reinterpretation of Etruscan art begun in recent years by German and English art historians. With a truly humanist approach, this book gives written and visual meaning to the captivating story of what artists have tried to express—and why—for more than 30,000 years.

Arrow Of Chaos

Author : Ira Livingston
ISBN : 0816627959
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Arrow of Chaos navigates through postmodern co-ordinates such as chaos theory and fractals, mapping the ongoing mutations of Romanticism in postmodern culture and t he inklings of the postmodern already at work in Romanticism . '

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