Patriots Against Fashion

Author: A. Maxwell
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137277149
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Patriots Against Fashion from the Author: A. Maxwell. During the era of the French revolution, patriots across Europe tried to introduce a national uniform. This book, the first comparative study of national uniform schemes, discusses case studies from Austria, Bulgaria, England, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain, Sweden, Turkey the United States, and Wales.

Oscar Wilde Prefigured

Author: Dominic Janes
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 022635864X
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Oscar Wilde Prefigured from the Author: Dominic Janes. That there is a queeras opposed to merely homosexualhistory before Oscar Wilde will come as news to many in the sexuality studies field. Oscar Wilde Prefigured. It turns out that there is indeed a history of queerness, and that is originated in the early 18th century, coming to a head, as it were, by the end of the 19th. Dominic Janes draws on lots of new historical material, especially parodies and stereotypes in caricatures of sodomy and effeminacy. Front and center, then, are the 18th-century macaronies and mollies and men of feeling, the Regency dandies, and Victorian aesthetes. Visual display become a powerful historical tableau, generating a long history of queerness/homosexuality via caricatures of allegedly effeminate types. Images of effeminacy became a cultural field in which same-sex desire could be expressed. Wilde, then, was not the starting-point of public gay figures, but the endpoint. Wilde, in turn, is the pivot for connecting the Georgian figures to 20th-century stereotypes of camp (think Liberace), using images drawn from theater, fashion, and popular press to reveal new dimensions of identity politics and queer culture."

Gr Try S Operas And The French Public

Author: Dr James Arnold
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
ISBN: 1472438523
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Gr Try S Operas And The French Public from the Author: Dr James Arnold. Why, in the dying days of the Napoleonic Empire, did half of Paris turn out for the funeral of a composer? The death of André-Ernest-Modeste Grétry in 1813 was one of the sensations of the age, setting off months of tear-stained commemorations, reminiscences and revivals of his work. To understand this singular event, this interdisciplinary study looks back to Grétry’s earliest encounters with the French public during the 1760s and 1770s, seeking the roots of his reputation in the reactions of his listeners. The result is not simply an exploration of the relationship between a musician and his audiences, but of developments in musical thought and discursive culture, and of the formation of public opinion over a period of intense social and political change. The core of Grétry’s appeal was his mastery of song. Distinctive, direct and memorable, his melodies were exported out of the opera house into every corner of French life, serving as folkloristic tokens of celebration and solidarity, longing and regret. Grétry’s attention to the subjectivity of his audiences had a profound effect on operatic culture, forging a new sense of democratic collaboration between composer and listener. This study provides a reassessment of Grétry’s work and musical thought, positioning him as a major figure who linked the culture of feeling and the culture of reason - and who paved the way for Romantic notions of spectatorial absorption and the power of music.

The Most Memorable Games In Patriots History

Author: Jim Baker
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
ISBN: 1608190730
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The Most Memorable Games In Patriots History from the Author: Jim Baker. Tom Brady marching the team upfield in the final minute of the 2001 Super Bowl. Troy Brown playing offense, defense, and special teams. The Tuck Rule. A rogue groundskeeper plowing a path for kicker John Smith at the end of a scoreless, snowy game. Gino Cappelletti setting the AFL record for points in a game against the Houston Oilers. These are the moments Patriots fans love to remember, now retold by the players who lived them. Once a top team in the AFL in the 1960s, the Patriots have returned to glory as one of the NFL's best franchises during the past decade, and enthusiasm for them has never been higher. Sportswriters Jim Baker and Bernard M. Corbett relive the evolution of the team, getting war stories from players like Cappelletti, John Hannah, and Steve Grogan. Moving through the team's biggest games, they put a fresh spin on the stories all Pats fans love, with detail and color from the players who were there, on the field, making history. The Most Memorable Games in Patriots History is a perfect gift for the serious fan-not just a collectible, but the kind of book you can hunker down and enjoy.

The Routledge Companion To Scenography

Author: Arnold Aronson
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317422260
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The Routledge Companion To Scenography from the Author: Arnold Aronson. The Routledge Companion to Scenography is the largest and most comprehensive collection of original essays to survey the historical, conceptual, critical and theoretical aspects of this increasingly important aspect of theatre and performance studies. Editor and leading scholar Arnold Aronson brings together a uniquely valuable anthology of texts especially commissioned from across the discipline of theatre and performance studies. Establishing a stable terminology for a deeply contested term for the first time, this volume looks at scenography as the totality of all the visual, spatial and sensory aspects of performance. Tracing a line from Aristotle’s Poetics down to Brecht and Artaud and into contemporary immersive theatre and digital media, The Routledge Companion to Scenography is a vital addition to every theatre library.

Patriots

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Publisher: Univ. of Queensland Press
ISBN: 0702242233
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Patriots from the Author: . Australia? environmental movement and those defending the unique wildlife Down Under are superbly examined in this powerful account. Charting the emergence of a new national ?reen?movement and its members?commitment to nature? survival, this exploration details the landmark environmental battles already faced as well as those lurking on the horizon.

Beggars Iconoclasts And Civic Patriots

Author: Peter J. Arnade
Publisher: Cornell University Press
ISBN: 9780801474965
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Beggars Iconoclasts And Civic Patriots from the Author: Peter J. Arnade. A new history of the Dutch Revolt that shows how the act of rebellion forged a political identity through ritual, symbol, and public action

The 50 Greatest Players In New England Patriots Football History

Author: Robert W. Cohen
Publisher: Down East Books
ISBN: 1608934535
Size: 20.36 MB
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The 50 Greatest Players In New England Patriots Football History from the Author: Robert W. Cohen. Perhaps even more than the Boston Red Sox, the New England Patriots are the team of the entire northeast from Rhode Island to Canada. Here, sports historian Robert W. Cohen ranks the 50 best players to ever take the field for the Patriots. Who can forget Wes Welker, Troy Brown, Jim Nance, Ted Bruschi, and Tom Brady. They're all here in this fascinating collection of bios, stats, quotes from opposing players and former teammates, photographs, and recaps of memorable performances and seasons. This book is a must-read not only for Patriots fans, but for all fans of professional football.

The Patriots

Author: Jack Cavanaugh
Publisher: David C Cook
ISBN: 9781564764287
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The Patriots from the Author: Jack Cavanaugh. The Morgans must watch as their sons, Esau and Jacob take opposing stands in the struggle for American liberty.

Bill Belichick Vs The Nfl

Author: Erik Frenz
Publisher: Triumph Books
ISBN: 1633196178
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Bill Belichick Vs The Nfl from the Author: Erik Frenz. Bill Belichick started collecting Lombardi Trophies like some people collect coasters and won his fourth Super Bowl title in 2015. No other NFL team has been as successful since Belichick became the Patriots' head coach in 2000, winning titles after the 2001, 2003, 2004, and 2014 seasons, along with Super Bowl appearances after the 2007 and 2011 seasons. But is Belichick the best NFL coach of all time? In Bill Belichick vs. the NFL, author Erik Frenz not only explains what separates Belichick from his peers and compares his accomplishments to some of the all-time legends, but tells why, if there were a Mount Rushmore of NFL coaches, Belichick's face would already be on it. From his upbringing as a coach's son to learning under Bill Parcells to creating his own coaching tree, he has established a new standard that may be unparalleled in football history.