I and the am-drama society decided to go our separate ways following an artistic conflict
Major has recently described the voices of African American poets as being "constructed out of intense cultural and artistic conflict
and cross-fertilization" ("Introduction" xli).
It's an artistic conflict
that parallels the film's political conundrum and its romantic dilemma, a credit to Najjar's architectural gifts as a screenwriter.
The life of singer and activist Simone, who died in 2003, embodied important social and artistic conflicts
, which heightened Emmy-winning director Liz Garbus 'interest in telling Simone's dramatic biography.
The background to the 1937 Munich exhibition, then, must encompass longstanding unease about modernism, the artistic conflicts
of the late Wilhelmine Empire, and the Nazi association of modernism with the Weimar democracy, as well as precursor exhibitions or Schandausstellungeti (exhibitions of shame) that were held from 1933 onwards.
It dramatises the romantic and artistic conflicts
of four characters.
The chapter on Bayreuth is fascinating, but I would have liked more than just passing remarks about the artistic conflicts
between Wolfgang and Wieland Wagner as they worked to restore the Festival.
From its commercial world to its cultural and artistic roots, TOTAL CHAOS offers students of sociology an excellent survey that runs the gamut from gender issues to artistic conflicts
within the hiphop environment.
The more successful individual poems deal with her own artistic conflicts
: the inclination to dwell purely in the realm of art as opposed to speaking polemically for her black brethren.