This is a list of fictional characters in the television series Mad Men, all of whom
have appeared .... Born with a silver spoon in his mouth, he becomes more
competitive with Don ..... to try to br...
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 ...
... Whitman disdained that element of capitalism which elevated money over men,
and promoted ... ideology,” a process that valued political ideology more than
human life, .... in the notebooks he was at work translating his immediate material
reality into ... the objects collected. collections, like Whitman's notebooks of
Kenneth Rexroth essays on Baudelaire, Whitman & Rimbaud. ... of all values but
the cash nexus by the new industrial and financial system — of bankers and ...
Yet because of the terms of his wardship, he was continually dispossessed,
forced to ... Much of his life and most of his poetry are tortured by a
consciousness of sin.
"His was an intense and abiding faith in the triumph of right and justice; he felt no
... more or less in the mêlée, and no one could dream how valuable such notes
.... of the talks of those days when at breakfast we lingered long over Emerson, ....
who had conceived a great disgust for Walt Whitman because of his writings, .....
Reveries Over Childhood and Youth, by contrast, records the excitement of a
return journey ... In fact the England in which Yeats was to spend much of his life
plays ... In the 1890s Yeats's friend Arthur Symons would evoke it as an art object
in its ... of his life are marked by the settled distaste with which he had viewed
bankruptcy in the past differently because they are labeled as “debtors.” ... other,
must face the almost certain negative psychological consequences that are
almost .... could more effectively conceal his financial difficulties from others. For
.... emphasizes the importance of material objects, the loss of which frightens it
Although the museum cannot claim the Traylor miniature is an authentic life
portrait, it is .... For over a century, Edgar Allan Poe's literary works have inspired
great visual art ... He wrote that his book was the most profound work about
science “since .... On May 4, he wrote Elizabeth Toldridge, “In Richmond the chief
In his lifetime, Ralph Waldo Emerson became the most widely known man of
letters ... of the American Transcendental movement and influence on Walt
Whitman, ... between its older conservative values and the radical reform
movements and ... serving only until 1832 when he resigned at least in part over
his objections to ...
Sep 9, 2016 ... Objects and materials studied will include souvenirs taken home by pilgrims,
badges worn by .... FRS 121 Design, Craft, and Ethical Value EM