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By Marlies Kronegger (auth.), Marlies Kronegger, Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka (eds.)

Bringing allegory into the sunshine from the overlook into which it fell skill concentrating on the wondrous heights of the human spirit in its value for culture.
modern philosophies and literary theories, which offer pre-eminence to basic linguistics kinds (symbol and metaphor), appear to want simply that which makes intelligible verbal exchange attainable. yet they fall brief in accounting for the inner most subliminal founts that advised the brain to exalt in attractiveness, advantage, transcending aspiration.
the current, wealthy assortment indicates how allegory, incorporating the hovering of the spirit, deals highlights for tradition, with its fluctuations and transformation. This collective attempt, wealthy in rules and intuitions and protecting an unlimited diversity of cultural manifestations, is a pioneering paintings, retrieving the imaginative and prescient of the exalted human spirit, bringing jointly literature, theatre, song and portray in various revealing perspectives.
The authors contain: M. Kronegger, Ch. Raffini, J. Smith, J.B. Williamson, H. Ross, M.F. Wagner, F. Divorne, L. Oppenheim, D.K. Heckerl, N. Campi de Castro, P. Saurez Pascual, M. Alfaro Amieiro, H. Fletcher Thompson, R.J. Wilson III, and A. Stensaas.
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Les jardins de France, 1500-1800. Le reve et Ie pouvoir (New York: George Braziller, 1980), p. 52. 13 Ibid. 14 A. Petitot et J. M. Mon-Merque, Mile de Montpensier, Memoires, 1656 (Paris: Foucault, 1829). 15 Ibid. 16 Ibid. 17 Ibid. Letter of the Duke of Guise to Madame de Motteville, 1656. 18 Arckenholtz, I, op. , pp. 24-25. 19 Blaise Pascal, "Lettre a la reine Christine". Oeuvres Completes, ed. J. Chevalier (Paris: Gallimard, 1954): "C'est Votre Majeste, Madame, qui fournit a I'univers cet unique exemple qui lui manquoit; c'est elle en qui la puissance est dispensee par les lumieres de la science et la science relevee par I' eclat de l'autorite.

When he first leaves home, his family continues to support him: " ... ,,22 As Daniel D' Arthez, the high-minded friend whom Lucien has betrayed, explains in a letter to Eve: Rest assured, Lucien will never go as far as crime - he wouldn't have the strength, but he would accept a crime that had already been committed. He would share the profits without having shared the dangers, which seems horrible to everyone, even to criminals .... Lucien is a harp whose cords grow taut or slack in response to atmospheric variations.

Frontispiece (Stockholm: Henry Kayser, 1651). '" Quoted in W. H. Adams. Les jardins de France, 1500-1800. Le reve et Ie pouvoir (New York: George Braziller, 1980), p. 52. 13 Ibid. 14 A. Petitot et J. M. Mon-Merque, Mile de Montpensier, Memoires, 1656 (Paris: Foucault, 1829). 15 Ibid. 16 Ibid. 17 Ibid. Letter of the Duke of Guise to Madame de Motteville, 1656. 18 Arckenholtz, I, op. , pp. 24-25. 19 Blaise Pascal, "Lettre a la reine Christine". Oeuvres Completes, ed. J. Chevalier (Paris: Gallimard, 1954): "C'est Votre Majeste, Madame, qui fournit a I'univers cet unique exemple qui lui manquoit; c'est elle en qui la puissance est dispensee par les lumieres de la science et la science relevee par I' eclat de l'autorite.

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