Mark Rothko born Markus Yakovlevich Rothkowitz was an American painter of
Russian Jewish descent. Although Rothko himself refused to adhere to any art
movement, he is generally identified as an abst...
Whitman faced financial struggles most of his life because he valued what? ...
The most desirable form of financial aid is because it does not have to be paid ...
Walt Whitman, arguably America's most influential and innovative poet, was born
into a ... Trained as a carpenter but struggling to find work, he had taken up
farming by the ... life, in part because of the early influence of Hicks, and in part
because his ... Even late in his life, he could still recall the excitement of seeing
Why were these paintings of modern life considered meaningless, no more ...
social, and cultural milieu in which he worked, we will also trace the development
of his work, ... After Psycho, audiences--and Hollywood--knew the dream was
over. .... Critical analyses of manmade material objects inform our understanding
element of capitalism which elevated money over men, and promoted ... ideology
,” a process that valued political ideology more than human life, as the million or
so corpses and ... collected information about these soldiers in his notebooks, he
began ..... ity,” writes Jean Baudrillard, “for while the object is a resistant material
surviving letters in which the poet speaks directly to his commission. While he
was more sympathetic with the Christian Commission's ap- proach to working
... of his poetic corpus. Over the course of Whitman's poetic life, arithmetic in
Leaves did ... to help the ambitious young man through a financial rough patch,
he .... more of Whitman's attention focused on his calculations, we certainly would
not ... Mathematics is said to have . . . cultural value in its enlargement of the
In his lifetime, Ralph Waldo Emerson became the most widely known man of
letters in ... of the American Transcendental movement and influence on Walt
Whitman, ... between its older conservative values and the radical reform
movements and ... a supportive brotherhood, the financial and emotional
leadership of which he ...
This study proposes that the influence of Whitman upon Lorca is more than
cosmetic or ... and financial support I would not be in this position. .... a shared
desire to quell anxieties over death, homosexual sterility, and bodily inequality.
.... illustrates a hope that by his physical intervention in his brother's life, he can
He enlarges his earlier comic gifts into the ferocious splendor of the ... and the
dust-heap becomes a symbol of the derangements of exchange value. The
indeterminacy of urban life, for Dostoevsky a frightening idea, is for ... naturally, is
more interesting: the city, as Balzac said, that “is corrupt because it is eminently