Tuesday, December 10, 2019

Story image for iconic gown from Daily Mail

Deja vu: Katy Perry pours herself into yet another racy purple ...

Daily Mail-Mar. 11, 2011
In stills for the the newly released trailer, her character wears her iconic pretty white dress and demure matching heels. The new Smurfs trailer shows Smurfette ...
Story image for iconic gown from Daily Mail

Iconic cape from classic 1931 Dracula film is set to fetch £1.25 ...

Daily Mail-Oct. 28, 2011
An iconic Dracula cape worn in the 1931 classic Hollywood vampire movie is set to fetch £1.25 million at auction. The legendary black cape was sported by ...
Story image for iconic gown from FemaleFirst.co.uk

Diana's wedding dress to be moved to America

FemaleFirst.co.uk-Oct. 27, 2011
The iconic gown and diamond tiara the late royal wore when she exchanged vows with Prince Charles in 1981 will be featured at the Foxwoods Resort Casino ...
Story image for iconic gown from People Magazine

James Franco Wears His Graduation Cap and Gown

People Magazine-May 18, 2011
The 127 Hours actor, who has spoken of his love of all things school-related, looks proud as he stands in a blue gown among a sea of other students at his ...


Pearl Necklace said...

It would be good to show how Marxism varies between two ways of narrative of legitimation, which we just described. The party can take the place of the University, the proletariat - the place of the people or of humanity, dialectical materialism - the place of speculative idealism, etc. so you Can perform Stalinism and its specific relationship to science, whose role was reduced to that to give a quote for the meta-story about the March to socialism as equivalent to the life of the spirit. But it is possible and Vice versa, in accordance with the second version, to develop the critical knowledge, believing that socialism is nothing but the free subject and that justify the existence of science is to give empirical subject (the proletariat) the means of liberation from the alienation and repression (this reflects the position of the Frankfurt school).

Anonymous said...

The reflection shows austere and in the shadow of something that everyone is looking at
the foreground. It plays like magic then. what is missing
every look: the look of an artist -- models, which plays there on
the picture it shows a double; the eye of the king -- his portrait,
ending on the wrong side of the fabric, which is not visible to him from his place;
the eye of the viewer -- the real center of the scene, whose place he took as if
forcibly. But perhaps it's the generosity of the mirror is imaginary;
perhaps it hides as much and even more than it reveals. The place where
are the king and his wife, is equally the place of the artist and
the place of the spectator: in the depths of the mirror could be -- would have
to appear -- a nameless passer-by's face and the face of Velazquez as a function of
this reflection is to bring the inside picture of what her,
essentially, alien: look who created it and the look, which she
appears. But being is represented in the picture to the left and to the right, the artist and
an alien can't fit in the mirror: the king appears in its depth
only insofar as he is not in the picture.