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Krim came to believe that `` the novel as a form had outlived its vital meaning ''.
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Several historic leaders of the FLN came from this region, including Hocine Aït Ahmed, Abane Ramdane, and Krim Belkacem.
Krim and novel
Krim was able to get an advance for a novel, and time and opportunity to write at Yaddo, but it was no good.
In his introduction to Jack Kerouac's novel Desolation Angels, published in 1965, Krim brilliantly made the case for Kerouac's place in the annals of American literature.
Krim and had
) The departures of Krim, Pleskow and Benjamin concerned several Hollywood figures enough that they took out an ad in a trade paper warning Transamerica that it had made a fatal mistake in letting them go.
Arthur B. Krim, chairman ; Eric Pleskow, president and chief executive officer ; and Robert S. Benjamin, chairman of the finance committee, had become frustrated with the degree of control their corporate parent exerted over the operation of UA, particularly with regard to salaries and other forms of executive compensation.
" We've had some singles and doubles ", but haven't " had any home runs ", admitted chairman Arthur Krim at the company's 1984 annual meeting, according to The Wall Street Journal.
On July 22, 1921, after five days of siege, Spanish forces garrisoning the encampment of Annual under the command of general Manuel Fernández Silvestre after the contiguous position of Igueriben had fallen, were attacked and destroyed by the Riffi irregular forces under the command of Muhammad Ibn ' Abd al-Karim al-Khattabi ( usually known as Abd el Krim ), a former functionary of the Spanish administration in the Office of Indigenous Affairs in Melilla and one of the leaders of the tribe of the Aith Ouriaghel ( known as ' Aith Urriaguel ' in Spanish ).
Although it had an American cast, a Canadian director, and was released by the American companies Krim Studios and United Artists, it was produced in London and Munich.
Freshly coming from Indochina and poorly informed about the popular and national character of this new conflict, the troops had been hardly struck by Krim Belkacem ’ s partisans.
Krim and its
On the basis of its fantastic string of film and television hits in the 1960s, the company was an attractive property, and in 1967 Krim and Benjamin sold control of UA to the San Francisco-based insurance giant, the Transamerica Corporation.
Donald Krim bought Kino just months after its founding and served as president of the company until his death from cancer in 2011.
During the Algerian War of Independence, Krim was chief of the FLN's 3rd Wilaya, Kabylia and its surrounding area.
After his important role at the Soummam Congress -- in which the FLN formalized its revolutionary program -- Krim became one of the most important and powerful of all the FLN chiefs.
Krim and .
In his fulminating against the literary world, Krim is really struggling with the New Yorker in himself, but it's a losing battle.
'' At other points in his narrative, Krim associates Jewishness with unappeasable literary ambition, with abstraction, with his personal turning aside from the good, the true, and the beautiful of fiction in the manner of James T. Farrell to the international, the false, and the inflated.
Had Krim gone farther from New York than Chapel Hill, he might have discovered that large numbers of American Jews do not find his New York version of the Jews' lot remotely recognizable.
Saul Bellow and Bernard Malamud, through intellectual toughness, perception, through experience in fact, have obviously liberated themselves from any sentimental Krim self-indulgence they might have been tempted to.
'' Partisan has failed, Krim says, for being `` snob-clannish, overcerebral, Europeanish, aristocratically alienated '' from the U.S..
their example caused Krim and his friends to put on `` Englishy airs, affect all sorts of impressive scholarship and social-register unnaturalness in order to slip through their narrow transoms and get into their pages ''.
Through all this raving, Krim is performing a traditional and by now boring rite, the attack on intelligence, upon the largely successful attempt of the magazines he castigates to liberate American writing from local color and other varieties of romantic corn.
What Krim ignores, in his contempt for history and for accuracy, is that these magazines, Partisan foremost, brought about a genuine revolution in the American mind from the mid-thirties to approximately 1950.
Politics, economics, sociology -- the entire area of life that lies `` between '' -- literature and what Krim calls experience -- urgently needed to be dug into.
) when Krim says mine was as severe a critical-intellectual, environment as can be imagined, he is off his rocker.
The highly intellectual minds that Krim says he encountered, in the Village did their work in spite of,, not because of, any Village atmosphere.
In 1921 the Berbers under the leadership of Abd el Krim inflicted a grave defeat on the Spanish ( see Battle of Annual ), and were not pacified until 1926, when the Spanish Protectorate finally managed to control the area again.
The names of the slums ( like De Krim and Sebastopol ) are still notorious, although they have long since been torn down.
Aalden, Achterste Erm, Ballast, Benneveld, Bovensteenwijksmoer, Coevorden, Dalen, Dalerpeel, Dalerveen, De Bente, De Haar, De Kiel, De Mars, Den Hool, Diphoorn, Eldijk, Erm, Gees, Geesbrug, Grevenberg ,'t Haantje, Holsloot, Hoogehaar, Kibbelveen, Klooster, Langerak, Meppen, Nieuwe Krim, Nieuwlande, Noord-Sleen, Oosterhesselen, Padhuis, Pikveld, Schimmelarij, Schoonoord, Sleen, Steenwijksmoer, Stieltjeskanaal, Valsteeg, Veenhuizen, Vlieghuis, Vossebelt, Wachtum, Weijerswold, Wezup, Wezuperbrug, Zweeloo and Zwinderen.
On February 16, 1951, two lawyers-turned-producers Arthur Krim ( of Eagle-Lion Films ) and Robert Benjamin approached Pickford and Chaplin with a wild idea: let them take over United Artists for five years.
came and believe
I believe, therefore, that we are without exception sinners, by nature alienated from God, and that Jesus Christ, the Son of God, came to earth, the representative Head of a new race, to die upon the cross and pay the penalty of the sin of the world, and that he who thus receives Christ as his personal Saviour is `` born again '' spiritually, with new privileges, appetites, and affections, destined to live and grow in His likeness forever.
After Pompey's defeat former allies began to align themselves with Caesar as some came to believe the gods favored him, while for others it was simple self-preservation.
For over a century biblical scholars believed that Chronicles and the narrative portions of Ezra-Nehemiah came from the same author, but many scholars now believe this to be improbable.
He remained a self-described " non-factional social democrat " until August 1917 when he joined Lenin and the Bolsheviks as their positions assembled and he came to believe that Lenin was right on the issue of the party.
Mark Antony then tried to flee from the battle, and as a result of a communication breakdown, came to believe that Cleopatra had been captured, and hence committed suicide.
Some Portuguese scholars believe that Garcia's supposed Christian name, " Diego ", was a misnomer or a misreading that came into use towards the end of the 16th century.
During the late Old Kingdom and the First Intermediate Period ( c. 2181 – 2055 BC ), the Egyptians gradually came to believe that possession of a ba and the possibility of a paradisiacal afterlife extended to everyone.
Lacan came to believe that ' the phantasy is never anything more than the screen that conceals something quite primary, something determinate in the function of repetition '.
Georges Cuvier came to believe that most if not all the animal fossils he examined were remains of species that were now extinct.
Cantor came to believe that Kronecker's stance would make it impossible for Cantor ever to leave Halle.
A believer in reincarnation, Gardner came to believe that he had lived on the island once before, in a previous life, subsequently buying a plot of land in Famagusta, planning to build a house on it, although this never came about.
Frustration with abolitionism, spiritualism, and labor reform caused Lum to embrace anarchism and radicalize workers, as he came to believe that revolution would inevitably involve a violent struggle between the working class and the employing class.
The public, at first hostile, gradually came to believe that the Impressionists had captured a fresh and original vision, even if the art critics and art establishment disapproved of the new style.
However, this " nativist " position has been challenged by " revisionist " scholars who believe that much of it was created in Christian times in deliberate imitation of the epics of classical literature that came with Latin learning.
In this view, it was only by the Hellenic period that most Jews came to believe that their god was the only god, and that the notion of a clearly bounded Jewish nation identical with the Jewish religion formed.
Newton later came to believe that during the first five of his nine years as a slave trader he had not been a Christian in the full sense of the term: " I was greatly deficient in many respects ...
Many modern scholars believe that parts of the Amidah came from the Hebrew apocryphal work Ben Sira.
Some believe the name came from an island off the Greek coast, where it is believed that the mythical Icarus was buried, which resembled Failaka.
He later came to believe that colonizing space would lead to the perfection of the human race, with immortality and a carefree existence.
Although most of those directly involved in the campaign believe that the rally really came to widespread attention only after the election itself.
The exact forms of what later came to be called Judaism during the times of Moses or during the eras of the Mishnah and Talmud cannot be known today, but Orthodox Jews believe that contemporary Orthodox Judaism maintains the same basic philosophy and legal framework that existed throughout Jewish history, whereas the other denominations depart from it.
Presbyterian heritage, and much of what they believe, began with the Swiss / French theologian and lawyer John Calvin ( 1509 – 64 ), whose writings solidified much of the Reformed thinking that came before him.