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Israfel

“none sing so wildly well.” [Am. Lit.: “Israfel” in Portable Poe, 606]
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Moreover, the parody also takes many stabs at academic egocentrism, authorial control, and cryptic analyses manifested by the story's imaginary Israfel Society, dedicated solely to the serious study and often convoluted interpretation of Poe's fiction.
Charlotte Purkis, a scholar of dance and performance arts across cultures, earns my personal thanks for introducing me to another critic, one who wrote as Israfel Mondego, in her "'You Might Have Called It Beauty or Poetry or Passion Just As Well As Music': Gertrude Hudson's Fictional Fantasias.
The offshore construction fleet to be operated by MacShelf includes the Azerbaijan, a 2,500 metric tonne (2,756 ton) capacity derrick barge, the Israfel Guseinov, a modern, deepwater pipelaying vessel, and the Skat, a dynamically positioned diving support vessel.