- Filename: lesbian-love-poems.
- ISBN: UOM:39015050297558
- Release Date: 1981
- Number of pages: 21
- Author: Jean Sirius
Inarticulate Longings explores the contradictions of a social agenda for women that promoted both traditional roles and the promises of a growing consumer culture by examining the advertising industry in the early 20th century.
The Inarticulate Renaissance explores the conceptual potential of the disabled utterance in the English literary Renaissance. What might it have meant, in the sixteenth-century "age of eloquence," to speak indistinctly; to mumble to oneself or to God; to speak unintelligibly to a lover, a teacher, a court of law; or to be utterly dumfounded in the face of new words, persons, situations, and things? This innovative book maps out a "Renaissance" otherwise eclipsed by cultural and literary-critical investments in a period defined by the impact of classical humanism, Reformation poetics, and the flourishing of vernacular languages and literatures. For Carla Mazzio, the specter of the inarticulate was part of a culture grappling with the often startlingly incoherent dimensions of language practices and ideologies in the humanities, religion, law, historiography, print, and vernacular speech. Through a historical analysis of forms of failed utterance, as they informed and were recast in sixteenth-century drama, her book foregrounds the inarticulate as a central subject of cultural history and dramatic innovation. Playwrights from Nicholas Udall to William Shakespeare, while exposing ideological fictions through which articulate and inarticulate became distinguished, also transformed apparent challenges to "articulate" communication into occasions for cultivating new forms of expression and audition.
Discusses the life and work of the Belfast-born rock singer and songwriter, and suggests the sources of his creativity
A world-class historian of the Anglican/Episcopal churches and early Christian history offers an accessible guide as seen through the eyes of the New Testament, Augustine, poet John Donne, and others.
When Deputy Chief of the Windsor Police, Carly Drummond finds a woman tortured, killed, and dumped in her town, she is forced to play by rules she doesn't understand, put in place by someone she doesn't know. Unable to pull himself away from the secrets, uncertainties, and dangers swirling around Carly, CIA Agent Drew Carmichael finds himself swimming in waters he's never encountered before. But it is within this chaos that they can find the opportunity to set a new course, to find a new horizon. If only they can stem the tide of the coming storm.