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Story image for royal wedding from Otago Daily Times

All dolled up for Royal Wedding

Otago Daily Times-Aug. 18, 2011
Just when you'd got over your Royal Wedding fever, dolls featuring Prince William and Catherine Middleton in their wedding gear have been unveiled in London ...
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Royal wedding: procession rider thrown from horse 29, 2011
Miss Middleton, who is allergic to the animals, looked on alarmed as the horse catapulted its rider to the ground and had to be restrained by a mounted police ...
Story image for royal wedding from People Magazine

Franklin Mint Unveils Kate Royal Wedding Doll

People Magazine-May 5, 2011
She was a doll on her wedding day in that stunning Alexander McQueen wedding gown. And now, Duchess Catherine literally is a doll – the Kate Middleton ...
Royal wedding: William and Kate's inner circle 8, 2011
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Royal wedding: No place for Tony Blair and Gordon Brown 23, 2011
The former Labour prime ministers will not join the 1,900-strong royal wedding congregation at Westminster Abbey despite it being a “semi-state” occasion that ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

"Theatre-discerning person is not able to "visit" in our
time his nerves can not stand the nightmare of identity our home
"theatres for themselves." His desire for border on the dirty East, almost to
"the middle of nowhere", sometimes derived from a simple desire to see those around him
other clothing" (ibid. P. 105). Moreover, even the problem described
as a modern in the film "Irony of fate or With light steam!", it turns out
the semiotic problem of the early XX century: "the same (exactly the same)
the mistress of the house, with exactly the same manner, similarly dressed,
"Bonanno" and the same interested in, judging by her questions; such
the same nice guests his real friends, the same "circle" and restraint in
judgments about art, politics and other things, with the same bald head and same
the percentage of military among civilians... Yes, he was in someone's house (in the neighboring
house), the wrong floor, etc. But is it my fault that so shamelessly all like
in our Petrograd, beginning with houses, continuing device apartments to
mise en scen'AMI actors" (Ibid. P. 104-105). Similar he
describes the interior: "the arm-Chair right, chair, to the left,
in the middle of the couch, in front of him a table, on the table lamp... Mavericks!..
you are powerless even against a feisty template of your great-grandmothers!" (There
The society of the past had only semiotically much more clear secular
roles: "a Visit to the so-called "light" and cast there "Queen of the ball",
"Grand lion", "an important dignitary", "reckless personality",
"artistic nature", "charming cynic", "Childe-Harold",
"weirdo," "the misanthrope" and so forth" (Evreinov N. N. Theatre for himself. -- Part 3.
Thus revealing the universality of the concept of theatricality, and
N. Evreinov it was found also in the animal and vegetable world (See,
example: Evreinov N. N. Theatre in plants // the Apocrypha. -- b/g -- No
2), he formulates this notion in purely semiotic terms:
"Theatrical illusions are necessary to the credibility and not "real",
we need a picture of the subject, not the object, you need the representation of actions, and
not the action itself"