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Fri Mar 21 17:11:56 2014 UTClccn-nr920315560.06Discovering art0.381.00The nutritive content of foods purchased by thirty-two families known to St. Louis county relief, Wellston, Missouri, October, 1934, through june, 193541706274nr 920315563235555Lorenz, Catherinelccn-n2001006129Harris, John1950 July 7-nc-j paul getty museumJ. Paul Getty Museumlccn-n89126215Nono, Nuria Schoenberg1932-edtlccn-nr92031558Luginbuehl, Anitaedtlccn-n80032780Schoenberg, Arnold1874-1951dtelccn-n79069916Maupassant, Guy de1850-1893np-schneider, ilseSchneider, Ilsetrllccn-n50055594Historisches Museum (Wien)lccn-n50024851Forestier, Louis(1931-....).Lorenz, CatherineJuvenile worksBiographyPictorial worksArchivesCriticism, interpretation, etcArtStories in rhymeJ. Paul Getty MuseumAustriaComposersSchoenberg, Arnold,Cats in artCatsDogsDogs in artChildren in artChildrenMaupassant, Guy de,Food--Analysis199119921997199819992009278717780.92ML410.S283ocn4442176721016ocn026599685book19920.84Arnold Schönberg, 1874-1951 : Lebensgeschichte in BegegnungenBiographyArchivesPictorial works641ocn259266621book20090.06Harris, JohnDiscovering artJuvenile works"For the littlest artist or artist-to-be works of art featuring unforgettable cats and kittens from the collection of the J. Paul Getty Museum, each with a speck of text for reading aloud"--P. [4] of cover+-+0604187435531ocn259266613book20090.06Harris, JohnDiscovering artJuvenile works"For the littlest artist or artist-to-be works of art featuring unforgettable dogs and puppies from the collection of the J. Paul Getty Museum, each with a speck of text for reading aloud"--P. [4] of cover+-+8494187435471ocn259266627book20090.06Harris, JohnDiscovering artJuvenile works"For the littlest artist or artist-to-be works of art featuring unforgettable kids from the collection of the J. Paul Getty Museum, each with a speck of text for reading aloud"--P. [4] of cover+-+8704187435116ocn041998358book19970.95Lorenz, CatherineLes contes de Maupassant ou les morceaux du "je"Criticism, interpretation, etcMAUPASSANT DOESN'T BELIEVE IN THE HARMONIOUS COHESION OF THE WHOLE. THEREFORE, IN HIS TALES, HE TRIES TO DESCRIBE THE EXPLOSION OF EACH COMPOSED STRUTURE, AND, FIRST OF ALL, THE SHATTERING OF THE INDIVIDUAL IDENTITY INTO A MULTITUDE OF AUTONOMOUS FRAGMENTS. IN THE TALES, THE DIVIDING UP OF THE HUMAN BEING APPLIES TO THE EXTERNAL ASPECT (THE BODY) AS WELL AS TO THE INNER SELF (THOUGHT). DEPRIVED OF CONTROL OVER HIS ORGANISM BY AN OBSCURE FORCE THAT DOMINATES HIM, THE HUMAN BEING WATCHES, POWERLESS, AS HIS CORPORAL MACHINE RACES OUT OF CONTROL. HE CAN NO LONGER MASTER HIS MOVEMENTS. TORN BETWEEN HIS CONSCIOUSNESS THAT REMAINS CLEAR AND HIS ACTS THAT SEEM NO LONGER TO BELONG TO HIM, THE INDIVIDUAL OBSERVES THE MECHANIZATION AND THE REIFICATION OF HIS BODY. THE "HUMAN THING" IS A SIMPLE PUPPET EMPTIED OF ALL ITS SUBSTANCE, OR VULGAR GOODS INTENTED TO BE SOLD OR BOUGHT ON THE MARKET OF A NEW ECONOMIC SLAVE SYSTEM. AS FOR THE INNER DIVISION OF THE INDIVIDUAL, IT EXPRESSES ITSELF MAINLY IN DUAL PERSONALITIES. BUT THE HORLA, IS NOT THE ONLY ILLUSTRATION OF THE DOUBLE. MAUPASSANT USES THE UNIT OF THE COUPLE TO REPRESENT THIS UNBEARABLE DICHOTOMY. FACED WITH THE ANIMAL BESTIALITY, CONFRONTED WITH FEMININE OTHERNESS, WITH HIS LIKENESS TO HIS CHILD, HIS FATHER OR BROTHER, IN FRONT OF THE FOREIGN IMAGE REFLECTED IN THE MIRROR, THE INDIVIDUAL, DIVIDED INTO TWO INCOMPATIBLE EGOS, QUESTIONS HIS IDENTITY. THE DUALITY OF THE PERSON LEADS TO AN IRREVERSIBLE DEPRIVATION OF THE EGO. THE ONLY WAY OUT LIES IN DEATH, WHETHER IT BE EXTERIORIZED IN A CRIMINAL ACT, INTERIORIZED BY RETREAT INTO MADNESS, ACTUALIZED BY A SUICIDAL ACT, OR REPRESENTED BY IMAGES OF DISAPPEARANCE. THE PESSIMIC VISION OF THE AUTHOR CONCERNING THIS FRAGMENTED BEING DESTINED TO BE DESTROYED APPEARS IN A NUMBER OF STORIES. IT ILLUSTRATES THE SINGULARITY OF A WORLD PERVADED BY THE FRAGMENTS OF AN INNER FANTASTIC UNIQUE TO MAUPASSANT11ocn632399565book19910.47Arnold Schönberg : 1874-1951 ; sein Leben, seine Musik ; Ausstellung im Historischen Museum der Stadt Wien, 21. September 1991-17. November 199111ocn045135413book19371.00Lorenz, CatherineThe nutritive content of foods purchased by thirty-two families known to St. Louis county relief, Wellston, Missouri, October, 1934, through june, 1935+-+0604187435+-+0604187435Fri Mar 21 15:45:34 EDT 2014batch7252