Joeckel manages to explain certain facets of Lewis' literary turn after the Anscombe debate in reference to the function of these works as apologue
The Chrysler brand's two-minute "America's Import," featuring legendary American musician/singer/songwriter Bob Dylan - who in a collaborative first for the artist - not only appeared in the commercial and provided one of his tracks, "Things Have Changed," but also narrated the apologue
that celebrates "America's Import.
The best known realization of this topos is Nietzsche's apologue
about "the death of God.
Chapter twelve contains an analysis of "Some Illustrations of the Unicorn Apologue
from Barlaam and loasaph", written with the late Ruth Pitman, in which careful attention is paid to illuminations in manuscripts now in the Pierpont Morgan Library, New York, Bibliotheque Royale, Brussels, and the British Library, London.
In the first major adventure of his apologue
, therefore, he caters to their preferences by portraying his arch-foes as abhorring the very form of social discourse in which the Phaeacians exult.
Yet he is the man who has just published in the form of an apologue
a critique of the chief world religions that extracts the essentials in about seventy pages.
Samuel Johnson writes in his biography of John Gay: "A Fable or an Apologue
OED 1609 "The Apologue
describes Venus trans-formed waiting maide, who beeing trick't vp like a Gentlewoman, mink 'st it a while til she spied a Mouse, but then made it knowne shee was a Cat").
C'est un apologue
infatigable du kalam mawzun muqaffa dans de multiples articles de presse, et plus encore dans sa poesie elle-meme: marginalisee par le champ legitime, la poesie de forme classique ne va plus de soi, elle doit se justifier, militer pour elle-meme.
In this delicate fairy tale intended as an apologue
, Bonaviri gently dilutes the drama and desolation of everyday living in an elegiac communion with nature and imagination.
81, 193; "Old Mistresses Apologue
," in Writings, p.
It features legendary American musician/singer/songwriter Bob Dylan - who in a collaborative first for the artist - not only appears in the commercial and provided one of his tracks, "Things Have Changed," but also narrates the apologue
that celebrates "America's Import".