Tuesday, November 26, 2019

Story image for Bridal Gown from NextShark

Groom's Ex-Girlfriend Crashes His Wedding Dressed in a ...

NextShark-Apr. 9, 2019
A recent wedding in China became something out of a romantic drama when the groom's ex-girlfriend showed up in her own bridal gown and asked for a ...
Story image for Bridal Gown from AZCentral.com

Cut-rate prices online means shoppers win, but local ...

AZCentral.com-Jun. 26, 2019
NEW YORK — A bride-to-be looking for a gown online can find dresses with trains and lace for well under $300. Go into a local bridal shop, and the average ...
Story image for Bridal Gown from Vancouver Sun

Are you saying yes to the dress? TLC star Monte Durham talks ...

Vancouver Sun-Feb. 6, 2019
Aside from being the tag line of the popular Say Yes to the Dress TV series on TLC, the question is often something a bride asks herself while shopping for a ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

"The further development of intertextual theory will have to link up with
theory of memory" (ibid).
Another semiotic problem lying in the area of time and memory
it is the completeness of the event. Artistic text is interested in events that are not
just completed and finished in a special way, representing the audience
of interest, those that can hold the attention/reassure of attention (in
the latter case-a problem of "happy ending").
M. K. Mamardashvili he wrote: "in real life it's not finished.
In real life, in fact we always have scraps of endings and beginnings,
not ever knowing where it ends and where it began. In empirical history is nothing
never ends" (Mamardashvili M. K. Time and space
of theatre // Theater. - 1989. - No 4. P.107).