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Andreas Slominski, born in Meppen inis one of the most respected German artists of his generation. He works with functional objects and performative gestures, often imbuing the incidental and the commonplace with deeper shades of meaning.
His multi-component installation for the Deutsche Guggenheim Berlin? With his traps, manipulated bicycles, and odd interventions into the urban fabric and museum environment, Slominski offers an approach to the world that is quixotic, yet critical of cultural conventions. In his work, he imbues the incidental and the commonplace with deeper shades of meaning. To this end, we promote as complete an understanding as possible of the system and its problems.
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He works with functional objects and performative gestures, often imbuing the incidental and the commonplace with deeper shades of meaning. With his traps, manipulated bicycles, and odd interventions into the urban fabric and museum environment, Slominski offers an approach to the world that is quixotic, yet critical of cultural conventions.
In his work, he imbues the incidental and the commonplace with deeper shades of meaning.Wissenschaft Philos. I have occasionally added an indication of book reviews, where these were easily obtainable. Where several dates of publication are given, that cited is indicated in the abbreviation for the author. I have capitalized initials in the main title of books but have, for the most part, used lower case for initials in the subsidiary title that follows the main title German titles are an exception here.
I have also tried to reduce punctuation indications, where possible. For example, no punctuation separates italicised and non-italicised text, nor have I troubled to insert commas after quotation marks. The following bibliography cites items used in the volume published here. Full and up to date bibliographies will also be found in works listed below by Camargo andCox and Wardde FilippisKempshallMostertand Woods Dates added to the date of the edition cited and used, whether before or after, represent republications, sometimes provided with further details, sometimes not.
The Bibliography is only selective, as vast amounts of such material can now be found easily on line, via the Wikipedia and other internet sources. Interested readers are also advised to consult closely the pages of the Journal Rhetorica and the abstracts for the several biennial conferences of the International Society for the History of Rhetoric.
Many of these abstracts, of course, have turned into publications in their own right, but many have not, yet offer guidance on many topics tangential to the subject of the present volume. Anyone consulting these references will have no trouble deciding when to stop reading!
Medieval authors are listed below only by their whole names e. Occasionally I have taken the liberty of including in the notes enough information to enable a reader to reach the item s in question, without listing the works in the Bibliography below. This has been done to save time and space. For those who may complain that an item does not appear in the notes or Bibliography, I can only point out that already there are many life-times of reading indicated there.
Sometimes in the text above or below the reader is referred simply to a name: that means that all listings in this Bibliography are relevant. I have to record here my immense thanks to Dr Katherine Chambers in the U. Any shortcomings, however, are my own.
I would also like thank here the medievalists who sent me copies of the papers they delivered at the ISHR Conference, or the handouts they made available there. I was unable to attend the conference myself because of urgent hospitalization for infections, but I do appreciate what they sent me and I have made reference to their papers in the footnotes to the present volume.Anbieter- und Zahlungsinformationen. Gebundene Ausgabe. G Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 2. Rechnung mit MwSt. Schutzumschlag mit wenigen Gebrauchsspuren an Einband, Schutzumschlag oder Seiten.
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He married Beatrice Monti della Corte. He originated from a Sicilian aristocratic family from the Province of Ragusa who had settled in Vienna by the midth century. His father was an Austrian civil servant based in Czernowitz. The family remained in the region after it became part of the Romanian Kingdom inand the young Gregor von Rezzori became a Romanian citizen.
He began studying mining at the University of Leobenthen architecture and medicine at the University of Viennawhere he eventually graduated in arts. In mid he moved to Bucharesttook up military service in the Romanian Armyand made a living as an artist. In he moved to Berlinwhere he became active as a novelist, journalist, writer in radio broadcasting, and film production.
Until the mids, he worked as an author at the broadcasting company Nordwestdeutscher Rundfunk. He regularly published novels and stories, as well as working in film production as a screenplay author and actor starring alongside actors such as Brigitte BardotJeanne MoreauAnna KarinaMarcello Mastroianni or Charles Aznavour.
Beginning in the early s, Rezzori lived between Rome and Pariswith sojourns in the United States, eventually settling in Tuscany. Besides writing and performing, he and his spouse Beatrice Monti della Corte were significant art collectors, and together founded the Santa Maddalena Retreat for Writers.
He died in Santa Maddalena, part of Florence 's Donnini frazione. Rezzori began his career as a writer of light novels, but he first encountered success in with the Maghrebinian Talesa suite of droll stories and anecdotes from an imaginary land called "Maghrebinia", which reunited in a grotesque and parodic key traits of his multicultural Bukovinian birthplace, of extinct Austria-Hungary and of Bucharest of his youth. Over the years, Rezzori published further Maghrebinian Taleswhich increased his reputation of language virtuosity and free spirit, writing with wit, insight and elegance.
Other books, such as The Death of My Brother AbelOedipus at Stalingrador The Snows of Yesteryearrecording the fading world at the time of the World Wars, have been celebrated for their powerful descriptive prose, nuance and style. The novel-length version of Memoirs of an Anti-Semite was published in Germany inwith the English translation following in It received enthusiastic reviews from Christopher Lehmann-Haupt  and Stanley Kaufmann  when originally published.
It was reissued by New York Review Books in and Christopher Hitchens wrote in a retrospective review, "Gregor von Rezzori could claim the peculiar distinction of being one of the few survivors to treat this ultimate catastrophe in the mild language of understatement. This is what still gives his novel the power to shock. Rezzori addresses the major problems of our time, and his voice echoes with the disturbing and wonderful magic of the true storyteller.
Though not often heralded as the man behind the quote, it was his controversial "The only convincing love story of our century", attributed simply to "Vanity Fair", the magazine which published in English his original review of the book, that adorned the cover of the Second Vintage International edition of Vladimir Nabokov's Lolita.
Although he was not unanimously perceived as a major author in the German-speaking area, his posthumous reception has arguably confirmed him among the most important modern German-language authors. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Austrian journalist. The New York Times.
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Quotes for: wings:. If you were born without wings, do nothing to prevent them from growing. Sadness flies away on the wings of time. I believe that if one always looked at the skies, one would end up with wings. Man, too, has wings, he has imagination. Love and desire are the spirit's wings to great deeds.
Intelligence without ambition is a bird without wings. All for: wings Quotes about fear:. I learned that courage was not the absence of fear, but the triumph over it. The brave man is not he who does not feel afraid, but he who conquers that fear. Fear cannot be without hope nor hope without fear.