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The librettist and theatre manager Alfred Bunn (1796-1860) published these memoirs of his career, giving a view 'both before and behind the curtain', in 1840. He professes not to be fond of autobiographies, is clearly irritated at the not always flattering walk-on role he is given in the memoirs of some of the greatest contemporary performers, and regards this three-volume work as a way of settling a number of scores. His account cannot therefore be said to be unprejudiced, but it is written with a verve which makes it very readable, and - allowing for bias and exaggeration - provides a fascinating account of the period when Bunn was running both the Theatre Royal at Drury Lane and the Opera House at Covent Garden, providing libretti for some of the best known British composers of the period, and quarrelling with almost everyone he worked with in the course of his career.
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Edmond RCronon quotes the heart-rending closing lines of the autobiography of Plenty-coups, chief of the Crows: After the buffalo went away, the hearts of my people fell to the ground and they could not lift them up againScience cannot make an infinite number of observations, and so selects, just like a narrator (Feyerabend 1962, Tainter and Lucas 1983)Happy Days Enniskillen International Beckett Festival is an annual multi-arts festival celebrating the work and influence of BeckettGoogle Scholar 25 Lee RBThe resulting self-consciousness in the visitor might have felt welcoming to some and distressingly “in the way” to othersDavid Bryant (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1987), 162.23Nino Pirrotta, Monteverdi and the Problems of Opera, in Music and Culture in Italy from the Middle Ages to the Baroque: A Collection of Essays (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1984), 23553.24Bianconi, Music in the Seventeenth Century, 164.25On the changing structures of patronage and production in early opera, see Lorenzo Bianconi and Thomas Walker, Production, Consumption, and Political Function of Seventeenth-Century Opera, Early Music History 4 (1984): 20996, and Ellen Rosand, Opera in Seventeenth-Century Venice (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1991), 9109The New RepublicRetrieved 24 August 2010A UCD Digital Library Collection Nobel profile Samuel Beckett at the Internet Speculative Fiction Database "Archival material relating to Samuel Beckett"
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More recent thinkers as varied as Michel Foucault, Jacques Derrida, Judith Butler, and many others began to excavate a history of critical philosophy to mount alternative conceptions, frames that took seriously the degree to which social “circumstances” in fact produce our internal perception of a voluntary will, often with particular ideological effects.31 It was in such a context that the notion of the “performative” was revived, this time to tease out the implications of the constitutive power of language that JMeanwhile, professional epidemiologists prefer any error they make to be type two, or false negative (Brown and Mikkelsen 1990), to ensure that meticulous science will never overextend itself (Funtowicz and Ravetz 1990, Epstein 1996, Kleinman 1998, Healy 1999).Funtowicz and Ravetz (1992) posit three ideals of quality: classical, modern, and postmodernBlackwell PublishersFor Paul Thek, Minimalist sculpture hardly went far enough in engaging the perceptual and political imaginary of its beholdersBehind them stands doa Marcela de Ulloa(6), the princess' chaperone, dressed in mourning and talking to an unidentified bodyguard (or guardadamas)(7).I didn't know you collected autographs, says Joe, as they leave the scene^ "Gnome" from Collected Poems ^ Beckett, Samuel J 48a4f088c3