O my Connolly and my Toynbee long ago!
- The give-and-take of criticism. Taibbi, Robert // Current Health 2;Apr93, Vol. 19 Issue 8, p19
Provides guidelines on handling criticisms. Giving criticism; Taking criticisms; Feeling hurt when criticized; Development of the ability to be sensitive to one's and others' feelings and to appreciate different points of view.
- Good ways to say bad things. Gerstenzang, P. // Cosmopolitan;Dec91, Vol. 211 Issue 6, p90
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- The poetics of Orpheus: The text and a study of `Orpheus His Journey to Hell.' DeNeef, A.L. // Studies in Philology;Winter92, Vol. 89 Issue 1, p20
Discusses Orpheus' various roles as seen as narrative attempts to isolate and delineate the distinct functions of literature itself and states that most of the Orphic myth stories serve as vehicles by which Renaissance poets thought creativity and analytically about their craft. Culminating...
- Encounters of the third kind in stage-directions in Elizabethan and Jacobean drama. Hammond, A. // Studies in Philology;Winter92, Vol. 89 Issue 1, p71
States that both of the assumptions often made about stage-directions are wrong, and presents a third assumption. The two assumptions; Why the author feels they are wrong; Opinion that there has been little analytical discussion of stage-directions on where editors have gone wrong; Kinds of...
- The limits of parody in `The Country Wife.' Thompson, P. // Studies in Philology;Winter92, Vol. 89 Issue 1, p100
Argues that a major force behind diverse interpretations in `The Country Wife,' is Wycherley's ambivalent approach to the myth of a sexual fall and its historical recapitulation in carnal witchcraft. Myth of sexual fall is a heretical interpretation of Genesis; Women in `The Country Wife' are...
- Constructive criticism is critical to relationship. // Supervision;Aug90, Vol. 51 Issue 8, p9
Presents information on the importance of criticism. Tips on delivering criticism; The golden rule of criticism.
- Ten men and a sacred prostitute: The psychology of sex in the Cambridge edition of The Lost Girl. Balbert, P. // Twentieth Century Literature;Winter90, Vol. 36 Issue 4, p381
Discusses the Cambridge edition of Lawrence's `The Lost Girl,' focusing on the psychology of sex. Why the novel has not initiated prolonged discussion; Reasons that the author praises this edition; Problems with the edition; Sexual themes; Examples.
- Male heterosexuality in Hawkes's The Passion Artist. Murphy, P.F. // Twentieth Century Literature;Winter90, Vol. 36 Issue 4, p403
Discusses the radical theory of male sexuality presented in John Hawke's fiction from 1970-1981. `The sex triad'; Affected directly by the feminist movement; Fiction examines issues such as domination/submission, father-daughter incest, and pornography; Honest and vivid portrayal of one man's...
- The Philosopher's Stone and Durrell's psychological vision in Monsieur and Livia. Raper, J.R. // Twentieth Century Literature;Winter90, Vol. 36 Issue 4, p419
Attempts to answer the question `What sort of treasure?' which may be the central mystery of the series of novels entitled `The Avignon Quintet,' by Lawrence Durrell. Importance of comprehending the pattern of the forest itself; What Blanford calls the Philosopher's Stone; Organic process of...
- Child murder and incest in American Drama. Hays, P.L. // Twentieth Century Literature;Winter90, Vol. 36 Issue 4, p434
Discusses the frequent use of the symbolic action of a child murder and the various suggestions of incest in American drama. Works cited include `Abortion Desire Under the Elms,' `Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?' and `Buried Child'; Infanticide as a brutal plot device; Child murder used to...