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According to literary critic Terry Eagleton, Le Fanu, together with his predecessor Maturin and his successor Stoker, form a sub-genre of Irish Gothic, whose stories, featuring castles set in a barren landscape, with a cast of remote aristocrats dominating an atavistic peasantry, represent in allegorical form the political plight of colonial Ireland subjected to the Protestant Ascendancy
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According to one theory, the term was loaned to Russian, where-in literary language-it first appeared in " Elysei ", a 1771 poem by V. Maikov.
According to some scholars, Howard's conception of Conan and the Hyborian Age may have originated in Thomas Bulfinch's The Outline of Mythology ( 1913 ) which inspired Howard to " coalesce into a coherent whole his literary aspirations and the strong physical, autobiographical elements underlying the creation of Conan.
According to Article 27 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, " everyone has the right to the protection of the moral and material interests resulting from any scientific, literary or artistic production of which he is the author ".
According to the principal editor of the journal, Leonard Lewisohn: " Although a number of major Islamic poets easily rival the likes of Dante, Shakespeare and Milton in importance and output, they still enjoy only a marginal literary fame in the West because the works of Arabic and Persian thinkers, writers and poets are considered as negligible, frivolous, tawdry sideshows beside the grand narrative of the Western Canon.
According to William Bacon Stevens, the first president of the board of trustees, Asa Packer's founding gift of $ 500, 000 was the largest single endowment for a literary institution at that time.
According to Diane Bornstein, one way to reconcile the differences between the references to courts of love in the literature, and the lack of documentary evidence in real life, is that they were like literary salons or social gatherings, where people read poems, debated questions of love, and played word games of flirtation.
According to one literary critic, the book " remains one of the most compelling and appalling autobiographies written by a Hollywood star, or anyone else for that matter ".
According to Historia Augusta, Numerian was a man of considerable literary attainments, remarkably amiable and known as a great orator and poet.
According to one scholar, this " was not only a dramatic change in the function of art, it was the context in which our present concept of art, what the literary critic M. H. Abrams called " art as such ", first began to take shape ", replacing a " construction model " where art theory concerned itself with how the maker created his work, with a " contemplation model " concerned with the effect of the finished work on a " lone perceiver " or viewer.
According to Roman literary sources, she was brought from Magna Graecia at some time during the early or middle Republic, and was given her own state cult on the Aventine Hill.
According to the documentary hypothesis, it is a composite of two literary sources J and P that were combined by a post-exilic editor, 539 – 400 BC.
According to Whitman, himself among the most outspoken of 19th century anti-Stratfordians, she was " the sweetest, eloquentist, grandest woman … that America has so far produced …. and, of course, very unworldly, just in all ways such a woman as was calculated to bring the whole literary pack down on her, the orthodox, cruel, stately, dainty, over-fed literary pack – worshipping tradition, unconscious of this day ’ s honest sunlight.
According to George Venn, local literary historian, even in the 1980s, " trying to figure out or trying to remember who the ' real people ' in the novel is still a local pastime.
According to Spinrad: If there's one gaping void in the story of American literary history in the second half of the twentieth century as currently promulgated, it's the influence of grass and psychedelic drugs, not only on the lives of writers, but on the content of what's been written, and on the form and style too.
According to Hugh Chisholm, editor of the 1911 Encyclopaedia Britannica: " Lord Acton has left too little completed original work to rank among the great historians ; his very learning seems to have stood in his way ; he knew too much and his literary conscience was too acute for him to write easily, and his copiousness of information overloads his literary style.
According to modern scholars drawing primarily on Chinese literary sources, a foreigner named " Huntian " Hùntián established the Kingdom of Funan around the 1st century C. E.
According to book's publisher, Dusty Spark Publishing it is regarded as " one of the literary achievement of postwar Liberia and contemporary Africa.
According to the medieval poet Jean Bodel, the Matter of Rome was the literary cycle made up of Greek and Roman mythology, together with episodes from the history of classical antiquity, focusing on military heroes like Alexander the Great and Julius Caesar.
According to Kadare in his literary critique book Eskili, ky humbës i madh (), where loser refers to the big number of tragedies that were lost from Aeschylus, there are evident similarities between the kanun and the vendetta laws in all the Mediterranean countries.
According to its profile featured by the American Council of Learned Societies ( ACLS ), " The Modern Language Association is formed for educational, scientific, literary, and social objects and purposes, and more specifically for the promotion of the academic and scientific study of English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, and other so-called modern languages and literatures.
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According to critic Geoffrey Blum, the process that saw its beginnings in 1942's Pirate Gold first bore its full fruit in 1950's ' Vacation Time ,' which he describes as ' a visual primer for reading comics and understanding ... the form ...." From the early 1950s Barks undertook the quarterly adventures of Uncle Scrooge and the duck clan in Scrooge's own title.
According to rock critic Dave Marsh, the attitude and public persona of punk rock can be traced to Jan and Dean.
According to film critic Pauline Kael, " Brando represented a reaction against the post-war mania for security.
According to critic Greil Marcus, the band, led by singer Iggy Pop, created " the sound of Chuck Berry's Airmobile — after thieves stripped it for parts ".
According to art critic Robert Hughes, van Gogh's late works show an artist at the height of his ability, completely in control and " longing for concision and grace ".
" According to critic George Morris, " it synthesizes every major Edwards theme: the disappearance of gallantry and honor, the tension between appearances and reality and the emotional, spiritual, moral, and psychological disorder " in such a world.
According to art critic James Gardner of the National Review, Viola's conceptual work is forgettable just like most video art.
According to the critic Terry Teachout, they are " the two most influential figures in the early history of jazz " and " the twin lines of descent from which most of today's jazz can be traced.
According to Janet Malcolm's Two Lives: Gertrude and Alice, Stein was a lifelong Republican and vocal critic of Franklin Delano Roosevelt and the New Deal.
According to critic David Ehrenstein, the term " Creative Accounting " was first used in 1968 in the film The Producers by Mel Brooks.
According to this reading, Egypt is viewed as destructive and vulgar ; the critic Paul Lawrence Rose writes: “ Shakespeare clearly envisages Egypt as a political hell for the subject, where natural rights count for nothing .” Through the lens of such a reading, the ascendancy of Rome over Egypt does not speak to the practice of empire-building as much as it suggests the inevitable advantage of reason over sensuality.
According to art critic Michael Kimmelman, " Busoni shuffled the variations, skipping some, then added his own rather voluptuous coda to create a three-movement structure ; each movement has a distinct, arcing shape, and the whole becomes a more tightly organized drama than the original.
According to film critic Kim Newman, Enemy of the State could be construed as a " continuation of The Conversation.
" According to libertarian critic James Bovard, " The more aggressive HUD becomes, the fewer free speech rights Americans have.
* According to critic David Ehrenstein, the film marked the first use of the term " Creative Accounting.
According to former Immanuel Velikovsky assistant turned prolific critic, C. Leroy Ellenberger, " states that from an equal start, the Nefilim evolved on Nibiru 45 million years ahead of comparable development on Earth with its decidedly more favorable environment.
According to critic Galen Strickland, " Spinrad has never taken the easy course of artistic repetition, nor tailored his thoughts to the dictates of any editor.
According to the art critic Harold Rosenberg in the 1940s and 1950s Action Painting gave artists the freedom to perform-the canvas as " an arena in which to act ", thereby rendering the paintings as traces of the artist's performance in his / her studio.
According to sf historian and critic Mike Ashley, its success was the main reason for a subsequent flood of new releases: 22 more science fiction magazines appeared by 1954, when the market dipped again as a side effect of US Senate hearings into the putative connection between comic books and juvenile delinquency.