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Special Reports on  " English"

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The Artist and Society


The Writer and Society: Coincidence of Opposites?
THE IMITATING ARTIST We often hear complaints about the scandalous effects of literary and artistic activity in modern society. ...

The Alienated Artist as Connecticut Confederate
The alienated artist has become a stock item on the cultural scene. Diagnosticians disagree on when he first appeared, but even a casual ...

Exit Jack Lang: A Grand Master of Pop Culture
Is France, the France eternelle of Moliere, Rodin, Debussy, and Renoir, about to enter a new Dark Age? Are the semidiurnal philistines of ...

David Puttnam: A Righteous Social Critic
ARE HUMANIST MOTIVES WHAT COCA-COLA REALLY WANTS FOR AMERICA? This summer in Atlanta the corporate overlords of Columbia Pictures - ...

Art and Technology
Time magazine, on January 3, 1983, greeted the new year, as usual, by naming its Man of the Year for the preceding year. This time, ...

Milan Kundera: The Poetics of Human Existence
In his address at the Jerusalem Book Fair in the spring of 1985, Milan Kundera remarked that "great novels are always a little more ...

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