Too Much And Not The Mood

Author: Durga Chew-Bose
Publisher: FSG Originals
ISBN: 0374714681
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One of Vulture's "25 of the Most Exciting Book Releases for 2017" One of Nylon's "50 Books We Can't Wait To Read In 2017" An entirely original portrait of a young writer shutting out the din in order to find her own voice On April 11, 1931, ...

Author: Laurent Binet
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The Cat Who Thought Too Much An Essay Into Felinity

Author: Robin D. Gill
Publisher: Paraverse Press
ISBN: 0984092323
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(and not necessarily malice!). Life, human or feline, is like that. One's mood can
either lead or follow one's thought. Let's see several examples. You and your cat
play fight. You are pushing your cat to the limits of his patience. Although you are
getting in too many whacks, his ears don't go back because he knows you are
playing, But, if you are very attentive you note a wild high look in his eyes – like
when cats are on catnip – his slightly raised upper lip – don't think smile but grin
or ...

The American Essay In The American Century

Author: Ned Stuckey-French
Publisher: University of Missouri Press
ISBN: 082621925X
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65 Personality may be integral to the essay, but when it is too much separated
from and elevated above thought, the essay is reduced to mere emotion. Richard
Burton took the position to its extreme. In a 1902 piece titled “The Essay as Mood
and Form,” he defined the genre as follows: “Slight, casual, rambling, confidential
in tone, the manner much, the theme unimportant in itself, a mood to be vented
rather than a thought to add to the sum of human knowledge; the frank revelation
of ...

Collected Essays 1929 1968

Author: Gilbert Ryle
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 113401208X
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man may be too angry or surprised to think straight, but he cannot enjoy his walk
too much to think straight. He can be ... Panic, fury and mirth can be transports,
convulsions or fits, but the enjoyment of the smell of peat smoke is not a
paroxysm like these—not because it is very mild, where they are violent, but
because it is not the sort of thing that can be resisted, whether successfully or ...
Typically, though not universally, a mood lasts some hours or even a day or two,
like the weather.

Cambridge Essays

Author: University of Cambridge
Publisher: London
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A mood of feeling, of course, it represents, and feeling dependent on, and
directed to distinct objects, — in this latter respect, alone, differing from music. We
may, of course, too, apply the mood of feeling thus depicted to the real events of
life, and translate it into the actual language of men under the influence of 'mild-
eyed melancholy.' So we might with a sonata of Beethoven's, — but the
application is ours, and not the composer's ; and if we attempt to limit the
composer to our ...

The Soul And Other Essays

Author: Robert W. Dunne
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1504950933
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There are all manners of mood levels in between these two, as well. “What's
going on with me?” There is ... I've spoken to my mentor about this, and he told
me that the mood is not fixed. It's changing all the time. We all ... mood tries to be
dominant. Each mood seems to be a new perspective with its own philosophy.
My mood changes, and the world changes. I have wondered if this phenomenon
is the result of merely thinking too much, of going too deep. This may be so, but I'
m still left ...

Selected Literary Essays

Author: C. S. Lewis
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107685389
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I must, of course, be careful not to claim too much. Neither Marlowe's nor
Chapman's part of Hero and Leander is anything like a faultless poem. Here, as
always (most inexcusably in his Homer), Chapman is too digressive: he is often
obscure, always mannered, sometimes ridiculous. He clogs his lines with ... As
for Marlowe's part, it is, after all, a beautiful monstrosity: a thing which, even if no
moral objections are felt, can win admission to the mind only in a particular mood.
Even in that ...

Cambridge Essays Contributed By Members Of The University

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A mood of feeling, of course, it represents, and feeling dependent on, and
directed to distinct objects, in this latter respect, alone, differing from music. We
may, of course, too, apply the mood of feeling thus depicted to the real events of
life, and translate it into the actual language of men under the influence of 'mild-
eyed melancholy.” So we might with a sonata of Beethoven's, but the application
is ours, and not the composer's; and if we attempt to limit the composer to our
interpretation, ...

Expanding Earth A Novella And Genesis As Metaphor An Essay

Author: Norman Nathan
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1503542475
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So intense. So without reservations. Anything...everything!” “It's too long since I
made love in a private space, Suzuki. And I hope you'll want to do it again. But
much, much sooner?” “No, Henry. Not too much sooner. You love Sumara. It's
just that she couldn't give you this kind of passion. But if you ever really need me
again, it's yes. As long as I'm first in your desires, even if only for a day, an hour. I
just love your touch. It was more wonderful than I can say. Why should I risk
diluting it?