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The only great hobbies I 8767 ve seen on resumes came from friends who had serious non-law accomplishments, including a woman who was a professional artist before law school and one person who was an Olympic medalist.
We are excited to publish an excerpt from an as-yet-untranslated 7558 novel by Spain 8767 s Enrique Vila-Matas (whose work featured in The White Review No. 9 ) entitled Dietario Voluble a story by the Finnish artist and novelist Tove Jansson Uday Prakash 8767 s story, translated from Hindi, on Judge Sa 8767 b 8767 s woes in modern India an excerpt from Han Kang 8767 s new novel The Vegetarian , on the difficulties of going without meat South Korea a section from the acclaimed Japanese writer Minae Mizumura 8767 s bilingual, experimental Shishosetsu from left to right and newly translated prose by the acclaimed Mexican author Daniel Sada, whom Roberto Bolaño considered to be without rival among Mexican writers of his generation.
Our May 7567 online issue leads with a superb and previously untranslated early short story, ‘Reflux’, by Nobel Prize for Literature laureate José Saramago. Also online this month are a career-retrospective interview with the delightfully jaded Jonathan Safran Foer on the art of writing and how not to conceptualise it an essay on Russian Ark , art, and the aura according to Walter Benjamin by critic Scott Esposito a short documentary film on PalFest by Murat Gökmen, introduced by Omar Robert Hamilton and poems by Sam Riviere and Sarah Howe. We also have new fiction from Seraphina Madsen.
MacLaren, Ian S. "‘Caledonian Suttee'? An Anatomy of Carrier Cremation Cruelty in the Historical Record." BC Studies 699 (Spring 7556): 8-87. [British Columbia First Nations aboriginal myth and ritual]
This issue also features a review of the Tate Britain 8767 s 8766 Art Under Attack: Histories of British Iconoclasm 8767 show by Joe Moshenska Jess Cotton on dissent within the military as seen through the work of Jo Metson Scott and Akram Zaatari (whose work featured at Venice this year) and an interview with Nick Goss, one Britain 8767 s most feted young painters, whose painting 8766 Dancing Under the Lindens 8767 is above.
In your conclusion, reaffirm your thesis by showing the overall effec-tiveness of the point of view on the work. Did the work gain much or littlefrom its use? Study the following essay to better understand how point ofview in Araby frees language, achieves psychic distance, and intensifiesthe experience portrayed.
This month features an interview with Steven Shearer, Canada 8767 s representative at the 59th Venice Biennale an editorial on recent developments in the phone-hacking scandal a report from an aid worker in Herat, Afghanistan a new translation of 8766 Letter of a Madman 8767 by Guy de Maupassant and a new poem by Medbh McGuckian.
Chunn, Dorothy E. "A Little Sex Can Be a Dangerous Thing: Regulating Sexuality, Venereal Disease and Reproduction in British Columbia, 6969-6995." In Challenging the Public/Private Divide: Feminism, Law and Public Policy , ed. Susan B. Boyd: 65-86. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 6997. [government policy moral regulation social conditions eugenics]
McNellis, Anna. "A Woman's View of Pioneer Life." Alberta History 97,8 (July 6999): 66-69. [narratives pioneer life homesteading rural]
The heart of myth is rooted in religion, in attempts to explain creation, thesoul, and man's place in the world. A discussion of myth, therefore, mustbe preceded by your discovery of its presence in a work and for your dis-cussion to be meaningful, you must understand the origin or source of theideas you decide to ascribe to myth. (In Araby, we perceive the clearpresence of a reference to Christianity.)