So that from the old entrance of the city in DarvazeDolat, in front of Dolatkhane there is an old caravansary
after which bazar is started.
Our" fatalism," writes William Raspberry of The Washington Post, is turning us into a "generation of animals," with no opinions, no expectations and no clear future: a bunch of bicycle messengers with master's degrees; a caravansary
of down-and-out slackers, Wayne's World computer hackers, New Jack City gangster rappers and MTV fiends; the doom-stricken Baby Bust behind the Baby Boom.
The Las Vegas mythos is twofold: on the one hand, the city is remote from the world, a hyperreal caravansary
in the desert, symbolic of a nuclear state which has changed dramatically the terms by which we define "reality" In their architectural study of Las Vegas, Robert Venturi, Denise Scott Brown, and Steven Izenour observe that "if you take the signs away, there is no place" (12).
in the northwest of Ardakan, this village has the following historical edifices, Haj Abolqasem Rashti caravansary
built in 1269 AH.
Its Bezirhane, a former caravansary
converted into a concert space, contains a grand piano purchased by owner GE[micro]kE-in Ilycaly for Klasik Keyifler's exclusive use for concerts and classes during the festival.
Standing in like a proxy for Ballard's resort was Hotel Palenque, 1969-72, Smithson's slide-show meditation on a decaying Mexican caravansary
through which one could easily imagine vampires wandering restlessly.
Pero, ademas, ha escrito cinco novelas, un libro de cuentos, dos volumenes de cronicas, 12 libros de ensayos, tres para ninos y dos recuentos autobiograficos, el primero de los cuales --Confissoes de um poeta-- suscito el elogio de Alvaro Mutis, su amigo, quien usa una linea de ese libro como epigrafe en su Caravansary
manan de la obra lirica y narrativa de Mutis, como La mansion de Araucaima (1973), Caravansary
(1981) o Amirbar (1990), por mencionar solo tres.
The narrator states that he feels the most reliable version might be an item entitled "En los esteros," which appears in Caravansary
Varias colecciones de poesia aparecieron a principios y mediados de los anos 80: Caravansary
(1981), Los emisarios (1984), Cronica Regia y alabanza del reino (1985) y Un homenaje y siete nocturnos (1986).
And as Michaels constructs a Toronto that is an "active port" like Athens, a "market, a caravansary
," in her words, where people put together shattered pieces to make a stained-glass whole, one begins to see why images of possibility are arising from Canada that are not so evident in Cape Town, Hong Kong, or Melbourne, or any of the world's other defining multicultures.
The main square is three miles long and is surrounded by bazaars, mosques, palaces, and teahouses, following the concept of the caravansary