Finally, Kapila Vatsyayan, while concentrating on the role the Ramayana has played in shaping the arts of south and southeast Asia, from there expatiates
on the relation between the thematic Ramayana core and its many variants.
with an intriguing reading of "A une passante" as a photograph (an "eclair," imprinting an indelible image, the permanent presence of absence), relating her vision to Barthes' Camera obscura.
in Beijing generally disdain the strong alcohol.
Even as the sunbeam passes through water or through solid crystal, and does not divide it or separate, within the gathered mantle the mind dares so to penetrate to the forbidden region: there it expatiates
, there it contemplates the truth of so many marvels each by each; then to Desire it narrates and describes them and makes thereby his flames more vivid in him.
on Geijerstam's important contribution to Heredian studies and reiterates her warning that Heredia's literary Aragonese may well not be representative of the Aragonese of the period in general (p.
His approach is that of closely-focused (even finicky), but rewarding, readings of key passages from eight Queneau novels, though he expatiates
However painful this dialogue may have been, here Bobbio expatiates
at great length upon its necessity, particularly by the rights that these interlocutors had won by resisting barbarism.
at length on the subtle but significant differences in the actions of the three pianofortes and in the ca.
As he does throughout the book, Armour expatiates
on this idea by showing both the place it has in Spinoza's philosophy and its further development in Hegel's philosophy.
One such crux occurs in Letter III, at a point where Lien Chi Altangi expatiates
on the peculiar standards of feminine beauty that set the Chinese apart from the rest of mankind.
Now there is greater focus on increasing investments and property ownerships from expatiates
already living and working in Dubai.
An Iranian official says fewer than 1 percent of Iranian expatiates
are subject to arrest and prosecution if they return home, although the Foreign Ministry last year said about 5 percent of Iranian expatriates will be arrested for crimes upon their return.
Geneva, (SANA Delegate), Deputy Foreign and Expatiates
Minister Fayssal Mikdad affirmed that the official delegation of the Syrian Arab republic taking part in Geneva 2 conference tries since the beginning of the conference to present modest ideas not to have the conference reach a dead-end, but the other side and those who stand behind it tries to take the conference to that end.
The Committee will also create a vision about the necessary factors to ensure the sustainability and success of human resources in the private sector and the replacement of the expatiates
with national trained manpower.