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* The 20th-century Irish poet Louis MacNeice references Catullus in his poem " Epitaph for Liberal Poets ," where he mentions Catullus as amongst the first liberal poets-" Catullus / went down young ," mentioning him in the context of the death of the individual and recognising his and the universal plight.
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This developed out of a historical cleavage in 19th-and 20th-century Australia, in which republicans were predominantly of Irish Catholic background and loyalists were predominantly of British Protestant background.
An early 20th-century Irish tradition says that fairies enjoy dancing around the hawthorn tree so that fairy rings often centre on one.
Are Ye Right There Michael is a song by the 19th-century and early 20th-century Irish composer and musician Percy French, parodying the state of the West Clare Railway system in rural County Clare.
20th-century and poet
Some 20th-century literary theorists, relying less on the opposition of prose and poetry, focused on the poet as simply one who creates using language, and poetry as what the poet creates.
The list of notable people who have been connected with the town includes John Donne, the poet, who was vicar of Sevenoaks in the 17th century, the 20th-century writer H. G. Wells and the Welsh tramp-poet W. H. Davies.
In 1932 he published Het verboden rijk (" The Forbidden Realm ," 1932 ), a partly historical, partly magical realist novel combining the life of a 20th-century European with that of Luís de Camões, the 16th-century Portuguese poet ( author of sonnets and the epic The Lusiads ) who spent part of his life in the Orient.
Daisy Fellowes ( née Marguerite Séverine Philippine Decazes de Glücksberg, ( April 29, 1890 – December 13, 1962 ), was a celebrated 20th-century society figure, acclaimed beauty, minor novelist and poet, Paris Editor of American Harper's Bazaar, fashion icon, and an heiress to the Singer sewing machine fortune.
Scholars have noted Straton's anthology as a strong influence on the work of 20th-century Greek poet C. P.
20th-century and Louis
Miró has been a significant influence on late 20th-century art, in particular the American abstract expressionist artists such as Motherwell, Calder, Gorky, Pollock, Matta and Rothko, while his lyrical abstractions and color field paintings were precursors of that style by artists such as Frankenthaler, Olitski and Louis and others.
East St. Louis in 1917 had a strong industrial economy boosted by World War I, where late 19th and early 20th-century European immigrants worked.
* George Dorris, founder of Dorris Motors Corporation and St. Louis Motor Company, two early 20th-century automobile manufacturers
Furness's independence and modernist Victorian-Gothic style inspired 20th-century architects Louis Kahn and Robert Venturi.
* Form ( ever ) follows function is a principle articulated by Louis Sullivan and associated with 20th-century architecture and industrial design.
1944 saw perhaps the nadir of 20th-century baseball, as the long-moribund St. Louis Browns won their only American League pennant.
20th-century and references
Some 20th-century historians have questioned these medieval accounts, claiming that references to St. Valentine are very scanty in old historical records and many of the accounts of the life of the saint appear to have originated with Geoffrey Chaucer.
Hence 20th-century references to this coin in German and Austrian sources are found under " Maria-Theresien-Taler ".
20th-century and poem
Not every 20th-century critic opined primarily on the quality of the final lines when discussing the success or failure of the poem ; Sidney Colvin, in 1920, explained that " while imagery drawn from the sculptures on Greek vases was still floating through his mind, he was able to rouse himself to a stronger effort and produce a true masterpiece in his famous Ode on a Grecian Urn.
The title is taken from the final phrase of a 20th-century poem titled " American Names " by Stephen Vincent Benet.
The Red Wheelbarrow is a poem by, and often considered the masterwork of American 20th-century writer William Carlos Williams.
Rota (" The Oath ") is an early 20th-century Polish poem and anthem, once proposed to be the Polish national anthem.
Pound's tacit insistence that this material becomes poetry because of his action in including it in a text he chose to call a poem also prefigures the attitudes and practices that underlie 20th-century Conceptual art.
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Kierkegaard's concept of angst is considered to be an important stepping stone for 20th-century existentialism.
He is best known for the dystopian novel Nineteen Eighty-Four ( 1949 ) and the allegorical novella Animal Farm ( 1945 ), which together have sold more copies than any two books by any other 20th-century author.
After his death he gained considerable fame, particularly among 19th-and early 20th-century commentators who, focusing on his astronomical beliefs, regarded him as a martyr for free thought and modern scientific ideas.
However, 20th-century composer John Cage thought that any sound can be music, saying, for example, " There is no noise, only sound.
One of the most notable 20th-century productions is that of Trevor Nunn for the Royal Shakespeare Company in 1976.
Best known for his dystopian novel Fahrenheit 451 ( 1953 ) and for the science fiction and horror stories gathered together as The Martian Chronicles ( 1950 ) and The Illustrated Man ( 1951 ), Bradbury was one of the most celebrated 20th-century American writers.
19th-and 20th-century astronomical observations revealed that the mean solar day is slowly but measurably lengthening and the length of a tropical year is not entirely predictable either ; thus the sun – earth motion is no longer considered a suitable basis for definition.
Additionally, Striker 2 provided ground combat rules for use with miniatures ( based on GDW's Command Decision rules for 20th-century warfare ), and Fire, Fusion, and Steel collected design rules for spacecraft, other vehicles, and weapons in one volume.
The 20th-century agnostic playwright Robert Bolt portrayed Thomas More as the tragic hero of his 1960 play A Man for All Seasons.
The Devil card is a 20th-century replacement for the card missing from the original 15th-century deck.
In France, where much of his work was produced, it is ; 30 March 185329 July 1890 ) was a Dutch post-Impressionist painter whose work, notable for its rough beauty, emotional honesty and bold color, had a far-reaching influence on 20th-century art.
With influences that included the early 20th-century commercial artist J. C. Leyendecker, he drew for the school newspaper ( The Clintonian ), the literary magazine ( The Magpie ) and the yearbook, and did stage design, leading him to consider doing that kind of work for theater.
Celebration is planned in an early 20th-century architectural style and is not zoned for high-density residences.
It was the stimulus behind the proto-Constructivist work of both Naum Gabo and Vladimir Tatlin and thus the starting-point for the entire constructive tendency in 20th-century modernist sculpture.
In the United Kingdom, the 20th-century etiquette was that white dinner jackets are never worn, even on the hottest day of summer, but are reserved for wear abroad.
One study based on recognition of 19th-and early 20th-century newspaper pages concluded that character-by-character OCR accuracy for commercial OCR software varied from 71 % to 98 %; total accuracy can be achieved only by human review.
The bullet-point that follows lists early 20th-century musical settings chronologically and notes how many poems were set by each composer ( all, except Prohaska's, are in the Hartleben translations ) and for which instruments.
In the 20th-century, its farmhouses were divided into apartments for many University of Virginia students.
With their ideas rooted in Marxism and the 20th-century European artistic avant-gardes, they advocated experiences of life alternative to those admitted by advanced capitalism, for the fulfillment of human desires.