Wednesday, November 20, 2019

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Why We Are Still Transfixed By Charles & Diana's Wedding ...

Refinery29-Jul. 29, 2016
It was the BBC's first televised wedding, and with 750 million viewers worldwide, ... The duration of the honeymoon: a cruise on the Royal Yacht Britannia in the ...
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Prince William and Kate Middleton Recreate Famed Princess ...

Vanity Fair-Apr. 16, 2016
Kate, wearing a white dress with a royal blue embroidered motif by Indian ... the same bench in February 1992 when the image signaled the end her marriage.
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The New Look: Edwardian-Inspired Bridal 29, 2016
One of the most chic eras in fashion history made its mark on runways the world over this season–from Spring 2016 ready-to-wear, to the latest bridal collections ...
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Sarah Ferguson admits she still watches video of her wedding ... 10, 2016
The Duchess, who is in Australia to talk to a management college and support her charities, still has a room at Andrew's home, Royal Lodge in Windsor Great ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

"Don Quixote" -- the first of the works of the new time, so
as it is seen as a cruel act of identities and differences
endlessly mocking the signs and the likes; as language of
breaks here with its old kinship with things and enters into that
lonely sovereignty from which it will return to its
rough existence only became literature; as similarity joins
here in an era that is the era of recklessness
and imagination. After the disjointed relationship of similarity and signs
can arise two types of practices, to encounter two characters.
Madman, understood not as sick but as an established and
supported deviation from the norm, as a necessary manifestation of
culture, became in practice the Western civilization man
unusual similarities.This character, in the form in which it
depicted in the novels or in the theater of the Baroque period and in which he
gradually institutsionaalse vpilot to the psychiatry of the NINETEENTH
century, going crazy with analogies. He's a careless player
Identical and Different. He accepts things for what they are not
are confuses people who does not know his friends and learns
strangers; it seems that he takes off the mask; but he
imposes. He turns all values and all proportions, so
as every moment it seemed to him that it decrypts any
the signs: in his view, by the clothes they get to know the king. Until
the end of the XVIII century sumasshedshii from the point of view of culture is
Differing only in the extent to which the Difference is unknown to him
himself; everywhere he sees only the similarities and signs of similarity;
all the signs for it are similar to each other and all the similarities are significant
as signs.