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Hannah Arendt and America's Blood-Won LibertyHannah Arendt Center for Politics and Humanities. On a recent trip to the Hannah Arendt Collection housed in Bard College's Stevenson Library, we came across this copy of Lectures on the French Revolution, which was written by Sir John Emerich Edward Dalberg-Acton, 1st Baron Acton, KCVO (1834-1902): Hannah Arendt made a number of annotations to her copy of this book. For example, on page 32, she underlined two separate passages, the first of which reads: What the French took from the Americans was their theory of revolution, not their theory of government--their cutting, not their sewing.

The second section underlined by Arendt proceeds as follows: "The American Revolution," says Washington, "or the peculiar light of the age, seems to have opened the eyes of almost every nation in Europe, and a spirit of equal liberty appears fast to be gaining ground everywhere. " Finally, and on that same page, Arendt inserted two vertical lines and an "X" adjacent to this passage: Want to share pictures of your own Arendt library? Hannah Arendt Center Conferences & Events. Specimens of Early English: From 'Old English homilies' to 'King Horn' A.D ... Medieval English Verse. A History of English Prosody from the Twelfth Century to the Present Day - George Saintsbury. The Prophecy of Prydein the Great. The Rime of the Ancient Mariner / Samuel Taylor Coleridge. Phobias in poetry: Coleridge's ancient mariner Singh S, Khetarpal A - Indian J Psychol Med. Phobias in poetry: Coleridge's ancient mariner Satendra Singh1, Abha Khetarpal2 1 Coordinator, Enabling Unit, and Infinite Ability (Medical Humanities Group), University College of Medical Sciences, Delhi, India2 Counsellor for Students with Disability at Enabling Unit, University College of Medical Sciences, Delhi, India Correspondence Address:Satendra SinghCoordinator, Enabling Unit, Equal Opportunity Cell, Medical Humanities Group, Medical Education Unit, University College of Medical Sciences, Delhi - 110 095 India The Rime of the Ancient Mariner was written by Coleridge and is a classic poetry about retribution, punishment, guilt, and curse.

Religious beliefs and delusions can arise from neurologic lesions and anomalous experiences, suggesting that at least some religious beliefs can be pathological. Keywords: Post traumatic stress disorder, phobias, poetry There was no funding received for this study from any source. A spirit had followed them; neither departed souls nor angels. Poem of the week: The Rime of the Ancient Mariner by Samuel Taylor Coleridge. In our recent National Poetry Day poll, Coleridge's ballad,"The Rime of the Ancient Mariner" was enthusiastically mentioned by several posters. It's a poem most people read when young, quickly falling under the powerful spell of its simple ballad metre, its dramatic storytelling and ever-shifting imagery. We're revisiting it this week as All Souls' Night approaches, and autumnal shades are not entirely banished by the commercialised pumpkin-orange and matt-black masquerade of Halloween.

Astonishingly, the poem's spell doesn't seem to weaken over the years. You might criticise the sometimes over-blown declamatory style, the archaic words, or the ghastly invocation of Christian belief at its most judgmental. Certainly, it's easy to agree wholeheartedly with Coleridge's own self-criticism, that there is altogether too much of a pious moral. "What Crime is there scarcely which has not been included in or followed from the one guilt of taking opium? The following extract comes from Part IV.

Alliteration - Examples and Definition of Alliteration. Alliteration Definition Alliteration is derived from Latin’s “Latira”. It means “letters of alphabet”. It is a stylistic device in which a number of words, having the same first consonant sound, occur close together in a series. Consider the following examples: But a better butter makes a batter better.A big bully beats a baby boy. Both sentences are alliterative because the same first letter of words (B) occurs close together and produces alliteration in the sentence. Common Examples of Alliteration In our daily life, we notice alliteration in the names of different companies. Dunkin’ DonutsPayPalBest BuyCoca-ColaLife LockPark PlaceAmerican ApparelAmerican AirlinesChuckee Cheese’sBed Bath & BeyondKrispy KremeThe Scotch and Sirloin We also find alliterations in names of people, making such names prominent and easy to be remembered.

Alliteration Examples in Literature Example #1 From Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner” Example #2 From James Joyce’s “The Dead” Example #3.


Poetry and the Individual - Livres sur Google Play. :[ talking fishbowl. Villanova Digital Library - The Fiddler of Gmund and Other Verses.