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In Art and Artist ( 1932 ), the psychologist Otto Rank wrote that the psychological trauma of birth was the pre-eminent human symbol of existential anxiety and encompasses the creative person's simultaneous fear ofand desire for – separation, individuation and differentiation.
One of the cookbooks that proliferated in the colonies was The Art of Cookery Made Plain and Easy written by Hannah Glasse, wrote of disdain for the French style of cookery, stating “ the blind folly of this age that would rather be imposed on by a French booby, than give encouragement to a good English cook !” Of the French recipes, she does add to the text she speaks out flagrantly against the dishes as she “… think it an odd jumble of trash .” Reinforcing the anti-French sentiment was the French and Indian War from 1754-1764.
The development of this department at the British Museum moved the focus for the development of conservation from Germany to Britain, and in 1956 Plenderleith wrote a significant handbook called The Conservation of Antiquities and Works of Art, it was this book rather than Rathgen's that is commonly seen as the major source for the development of conservation as we know it today.
Oscar Wilde, famous anarchist Irish people | Irish writer of the decadent movement and famous dandyThe anarchist writer and bohemian Oscar Wilde wrote in his famous essay The Soul of Man under Socialism that " Art is individualism, and individualism is a disturbing and disintegrating force.
Ovid wrote a guide to dating called Ars Amatoria ( The Art of Love ), which addresses, in depth, everything from extramarital affairs to overprotective parents.
Oscar Wilde, famous anarchist Irish people | Irish writer who published the libertarian socialist work titled The Soul of Man under SocialismThe anarchist writer and bohemian Oscar Wilde wrote in his famous essay The Soul of Man under Socialism that " Art is individualism, and individualism is a disturbing and disintegrating force.
Art historian Bernard Berenson wrote in 1896: " Leonardo is the one artist of whom it may be said with perfect literalness: Nothing that he touched but turned into a thing of eternal beauty.
Later, Art Spiegelman wrote in The New York Times Book Review, that Feininger's comics have “ achieved a breathtaking formal grace unsurpassed in the history of the medium .”
In 1538, Nikolaus Wynmann, a German professor of languages, wrote the first swimming book, The Swimmer or A Dialogue on the Art of Swimming ( Der Schwimmer oder ein Zweigespräch über die Schwimmkunst ).
Art historian Giorgio Vasari wrote about Anguissola that she " has shown greater application and better grace than any other woman of our age in her endeavors at drawing ; she has thus succeeded not only in drawing, coloring and painting from nature, and copying excellently from others, but by herself has created rare and very beautiful paintings.
In 1981, the humorous columnist Art Buchwald wrote a piece entitled, " Secular Humanists: Threat or Menace?
He also wrote and illustrated the poetry book The Melancholy Death of Oyster Boy & Other Stories, published in 1997, and a compilation of his drawings, sketches and other artwork, entitled The Art of Tim Burton, was released in 2009.
Theodore Roethke and Sylvia Plath wrote villanelles in the 1950s and 1960s, and Elizabeth Bishop wrote a particularly famous and influential villanelle, " One Art ", in 1976.
On September 19, Municipal Art Society chairman Philip K. Howard wrote to Mayor Rudy Giuliani, asking him " to consider placing two large searchlights near the disaster site, projecting their light straight up into the sky.
One of the gadflies of Aestheticism, W. S. Gilbert, introduced Harlequin and Pierrot as love-struck twin brothers into Eyes and No Eyes, or The Art of Seeing ( 1875 ), for which Thomas German Reed wrote the music.
Traditional accounts state that his descendant, Sun Bin, also wrote a treatise on military tactics, titled Sun Bin's Art of War.
Shiji claims that Sun Tzu later proved on the battlefield that his theories were effective ( for example, in the Battle of Boju ), that he had a successful military career, and that he wrote The Art of War based on his tested expertise.
He also wrote an autobiography, My Life in Art.
Art critic Henry McBride wrote about this exhibit for the New York Sun:
Art critic Edwin Denby wrote of the opening for the New York Herald Tribune that Chagall's work:
In 1753, she wrote An Essay on the Art of Ingeniously Tormenting with the help of Sarah Fielding and possibly James Harris or Richardson, and it was Richardson who printed the work.
Questions allow group members to “ step out of the frame of the prevailing ideology ,” as Rank wrote in Art and Artist ( 1932 / 1989, p. 70 ), reflect on their assumptions and beliefs, and reframe their choices.
In psychological health, the contact boundary that links I and Thou " harmoniously the edges of each without confusing them ," Rank wrote in Art and Artist ( 1932 / 1989, p. 104 ).
After retiring, he wrote The Singer and His Art ( Hamish Hamilton, 1971 ).

wrote and Lord
On the day of his wife's death he wrote two verses from the Psalms, and the prayer, ' O Lord, God of Mercy, unite me in Heaven with those whom you have permitted me to love on earth.
Sir Stafford Cripps, George Bernard Shaw, Henry Irving and other stage grandees, Lord Lytton and other eminent people of the era also wrote positive appreciations of his work after taking lessons with Alexander.
After Christians in Ephesus first wrote to their counterparts recommending Apollos to them, he went to Achaia where Paul names him as an apostle ( 1 Cor 4: 6, 9-13 ) Given that Paul only saw himself as an apostle ' untimely born ' ( 1 Cor 15: 8 ) it is certain that Apollos became an apostle in the regular way ( as a witness to the risen Lord and commissioned by Jesus-1 Cor 15: 5-9 ; 1 Cor 9: 1 ).< ref > So the Alexandrian recension ; the text in < sup > 38 </ sup > and Codex Bezae indicate that Apollos went to Corinth.
" God knows I go with a heavy heart ," he wrote six days later to his friend and political ally in England, Lord Godolphin, " for I have no hope of doing anything considerable, unless the French do what I am very confident they will not … " – in other words, court battle.
Marlborough wrote to Lord Raby, the English resident at Berlin: " If it should please God to give us victory over the enemy, the Allies will be little obliged to the King for the success.
" Victoria's Poet Laureate, Alfred, Lord Tennyson, wrote a poem, " Boadicea ," and several ships were named after her.
Lord Chief Justice Edward Coke, a 17th-century English jurist and Member of Parliament, wrote several legal texts that formed the basis for the modern common law, with lawyers in both England and America learning their law from his Institutes and Reports until the end of the 18th century.
One explanation for the origin of obligatory celibacy is that it is based on Christ's example and on the writings of Paul, who wrote of the advantages celibacy allowed a man in serving the Lord, Celibacy was popularized by the early Christian theologian Origen and Augustine.
Patrick Stoddart of The Times wrote: " The millions who watch Coronation Street – and who will continue to do so despite Lord Rees-Mogg – know real life when they see it ... in the most confident and accomplished soap opera television has ever seen ".
The symbolism of Camelot so impressed Alfred, Lord Tennyson that he wrote up a prose sketch on the castle as one of his earliest attempts to treat the Arthurian legend.
The posting did not appeal to his mother, who wrote to Lord Charles Beresford, then a senior naval officer, member of parliament and personal friend, to use his influence to obtain something better.
The writer calls himself simply “ James, a servant of God and of the Lord Jesus Christ .” Jesus had two apostles named James, but it is unlikely that either of these wrote the letter.
On January 1576 Oxford wrote to Lord Burghley from Siena about complaints that had reached him about his creditors ' demands, which included the Queen and his sister, and directing that more of his land be sold to pay them.
His mother, the Duchess of Suffolk wrote to Lord Burghley that ' my wise son has gone very far with my Lady Mary Vere, I fear too far to turn '.
Another of Oxford's men was slain that month, and in March Burghley wrote to Sir Christopher Hatton about the death of one of Knyvet's men, thanking Hatton for his efforts " to bring some good end to these troublesome matters betwixt my Lord and Oxford and Mr Thomas Knyvet ".
Two months later Rowland Whyte wrote to Sir Robert Sidney that ' Some say my Lord of Oxford is dead '.
Being unwittingly on his deathbed, the philosopher wrote his last letter to his absent host and friend Lord Arundel:
While imprisoned at Launceston Fox wrote, " Christ our Lord and master saith ' Swear not at all, but let your communications be yea, yea, and nay, nay, for whatsoever is more than these cometh of evil.
In 1834 James Frampton, a local landowner, wrote to the Prime Minister, Lord Melbourne, to complain about the union, invoking an obscure law from 1797 prohibiting people from swearing oaths to each other, which the members of the Friendly Society had done.
He later wrote that he would never think of marrying her, " unless the Lord had entirely bereft me of my wits ".
In June 1937, when Lord Mount Temple, the Chairman of the Anglo-German Fellowship, asked to see the British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain after meeting Hitler in a visit arranged by Ribbentrop, Robert Vansittart, the British Foreign Office's Undersecretary wrote a memo stating that :" The P. M. Minister should certainly not see Lord Mount Temple – nor should the S of S. We really must put a stop to this eternal butting in of amateurs – and Lord Mount Temple is a particularly silly one.
Leigh Hunt, another poet, witnessed the event and wrote, " He recited his ' Kubla Khan ' one morning to Lord Byron, in his Lordship's house in Piccadilly, when I happened to be in another room.
Charles Lamb, poet and friend of Coleridge, witnessed Coleridge's work towards publishing the poem and wrote to Wordsworth: " Coleridge is printing Xtabel by Lord Byron's recommendation to Murray, with what he calls a vision of Kubla Khan – which said vision he repeats so enchantingly that it irradiates & brings Heaven & Elysian bowers into my parlour while he sings or says it ".

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