Saturday, November 23, 2019

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Tracking 30 years of TV's most watched programmes

BBC News-Jan. 22, 2012
It was the year of the Royal Wedding. The official Barb (Broadcasters' Audience Research Board) top 10 for 2011 puts the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's ...
Story image for royal wedding from Hollywood Reporter

Kate Middleton's Closet: Clothing Could Cost 3 Times the ...

Hollywood Reporter-Jun. 27, 2012
PHOTOS: Kate Middleton's Wedding Day Beauty Secrets ... She's got a point, but we still can't wait to find out just how much that royal wedding set Prince ...

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Wear a Denim Bridal Gown? Not Yet, but ...

New York Times-Jan. 20, 2012
“The royal wedding sort of put a stamp of approval on sleeves for brides who have thought previously they can look dated,” the designer Lela Rose wrote in an ...
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Kate Middleton surprises wedding dressmakers with thank ...

Los Angeles Times-Mar. 1, 2012
Especially for the crafty folks who contributed to her iconic wedding dress. The Duchess paid a secret (and surprise) visit Tuesday to the Royal School of ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

The first volume of "Capital" -- this interpretation
"value," the whole Nietzsche-is the interpretation of several Greek
words, Freud -- the interpretation of those silent phrases that
simultaneously support and undermine our apparent discourse,
our fantasies, our dreams, our body. Philology as analysis of the entire
what is said in the deep speech, has become a modern form
criticism. Where in the end of XVIII century it was about that
to outline the boundaries of knowledge, now try to untangle the syntax
break all forcible means of expression, to reiterate
words mean what is being said through them and despite them. Perhaps God
now is not so much beyond our knowledge how many
on this side of our phrases; and if Western man is inseparable from
him, it is not because of an irresistible desire to go beyond
of experience, but due to the fact that the language itself is constantly awakens
it under the shadow of his laws: "I'm Afraid we can't
from God, as long as we still believe in grammar"<$FNierzsche. Le
Crepuscule des idoles, 1911, p.130.>. In the XVI century interpretation
went from the world (both things and texts) to divine speech
it stood for; our interpretation, or, more precisely,
the interpretation which developed in the nineteenth century, comes from the people,
God, from our knowledge or chimeras to the words that make them
possible, and is not sovereignty
primeval speech, and what we are without revealing more of the mouth, subject to
language and riddled with it. Thus, modern criticism
devotes himself to a very strange kind of calculatesthe: it
moving from the statement of the existence of language to the disclosure order
what it means, but clearly the deployment of the discourse to
identification of language in his own being.
In modern thinking, methods of interpretation are opposed
the techniques of formalization: the first claiming to make language
speaking from his depths, to get closer to what
it says, but without his participation; second-claim
to control every possible language, harnessing it through
law that defines what is possible to say.