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Sontag

Susan. born 1933, US intellectual and essayist, noted esp for her writings on modern culture. Her works include 'Notes on Camp' (1964), 'Against Interpretation' (1968), On Photography (1977), Illness as Metaphor (1978), and the novel The Volcano Lover (1992)
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Sontag tells the story with great sympathy for the Polish people as well as a high degree of sensitivity for her subject matter.
We find out, for instance, that Sontag was grateful for a last haircut and that Sendak ate homemade apple crisp.
Sontag will serve as an environmental action advisor, which he described as "helping communities become self-sustainable'' through education, something that he is comfortable with as his minor at WPI was in environmental and sustainability studies.
Pese a los pronosticos, Sontag construyo con su hijo una notable relacion de cercania y coincidencia politica.
But as is usually the case, grandiosity's flip side is vulnerability, and Sontag is most movingly self-analytical when tracking the roots of her love-troubles through her relationship with her narcissistic, unmotherly mother.
He criticizes the influence of speculative thinking on investigative reporting, and includes Sontag among those tempted by it, but at times, he succumbs to it himself.
In the 1960s, Sontag opposed many of Trilling's literary values in favor of an "erotics of art" that offered no standards with which to discriminate among artistic experiences; the emerging "one culture" she championed would be dedicated to "seriousness" as well as "fun and wit and nostalgia.
Many brokerages have a high number of client accounts and with an even larger number of exposed positions," Sontag said.
Como el poeta Philip Larkin, Sontag desdeno el "consuelo" religioso y otros "idiotas" subterfugios; para Larkin, la muerte no es sino la "anestesia de la que ninguno regresa".
Completion of the Sontag #1 well is underway, with established production expected in August 2010.
Leibovitz's artistic credibility and personal stability were buoyed by her long-time relationship with writer Susan Sontag, but when Sontag died in 2004, everything seemed to fall apart.
Susan Sontag estaba convencida de que la fotografia, destinada como esta a crear un duplicado del mundo, "el unico arte originariamente surreal": "Es en la fotografia --afirmo-- donde mejor se ha mostrado como yuxtaponer el paraguas y la maquina de coser, cuyo encuentro fortuito fue saludado por un gran poeta surrealista como epitome de lo bello.