Nostalgia


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Nostalgia

Combray
village of narrator and family. [Fr. Lit.: Remembrance of Things Past]
Give My Regards to Broadway
singer sends well-wishes to home town. [Am. Pop. Music: Fordin, 531]
Happy Days
TV series viewed 1950s America through tinted lenses. [TV: Terrace, I, 337–338]
Krapp
passes the time by listening to tapes on which he had recorded his earlier experiences and reflections. [Br. Drama: Beckett Krapp’s Last Tape in Weiss, 244]
My Ántonia
book in which author recalls her precious child-hood years. [Am. Lit.: Magill I, 630–632]
ou sont les neiges d’antan
“Where are the snows of yesteryear?” [Fr. Lit.: Ballade des Dames du temps ladis, “Villon” in Benét, 1061]
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Nostalgia, that sentimental affection for rose-tinted memories, should not however be devalued.
With the effectiveness of nostalgia shown in general consumer behavior research, and the use of nostalgia in sports, research is needed to determine the effectiveness of such measures.
Longings are different from nostalgia. More intense, but unavoidable and they are a "caution zone." It's important not to get trapped in unattainable longings.
BCU student Adam Pink, who helped with publicity for the relaunch, said: "This beloved comic book store, Nostalgia & Comics, began in 1977 as a small shop founded by market stallholder and comic enthusiast Phil Clarke."
Now, Nostalgia celebrates five years with an upcoming party on Saturday in Nicosia which promises great music, a great crowd and a few surprises.
Nostalgia Family Medicine also offers pricing for home visits as well as family pricing and walk-in visits.
In the first chapter, for instance, William Wells Brown's Clotel (1853) reveals how blacks used nostalgia to imagine a counter-nationalism that includes them, while Herman Melville's Israel Potter (1855) reveals how the American citizenship is always a kind of enslavement by showing how Potter's nostalgia consigns him to a life of misery.
No encontro entre o cosmico e o historico, entre os corpos celestes e os corpos humanos, entre a nitidez de um passado do universo, que percebemos primariamente como futuro, e os ossos das vitimas da violencia ditatorial, que percebemos como passado traumatico, repousa a ambivalencia constitutiva de Nostalgia de la luz.
In this speech, he stressed the following idea: After decades of export-driven industrialization, China has reached a pivotal point where it needs to rebalance its social and economic development toward a "human-centered urbanization" that "lets cities integrate with nature; lets citizens gaze at mountains, see waters, and have rural nostalgia in mind" (J.
An important concept also emphasized by Dwyer is the idea that the teen generation during the Reagan years was what he termed the "Re-Generation." Because this generation had access to more media texts, archives and cultural memories than any generation before them, they were "uniquely positioned politically and historically to recast nostalgia from a personal to a popular experience." (7)
Much of this style is heavily influenced by nostalgia or vintage clothes, music, and tech.
(https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23646885) In the past , theorists tended to think of nostalgia as a bad thing 6 a retreat in the face of uncertainty, stress or unhappiness.