One of the epigraphs
in "Feast Days: Thanksgiving-Christmas" is as follows:
technology offers a full self-service model that integrates with publishers existing front-end legacy systems and allows advertisers to manage their inventory and product catalog with a simple click of the button.
, though not Russian, has an intriguing literary history.
Studios has won national and international awards for several of its hotel package designs, including: The Millennium Hotel greeting program; The Michelangelo Hotel logo; and Trump International Hotel and Tower's hotel attache folder, for which it won a coveted AGC Award.
After this epigraph
there is a smaller arch, which depicts the figures of Shapour II and his son Shapour III, and above each of these impression the personalities of epigraph
have been introduced in Pahlavi Sassanid script.
The collection opens with an epigraph
from Angel Dominguez depicting a mythic species ofjaguars as "keepers of the cosmos" under the influence of the psychedelic vine Yage.
It sounds like the epigraph
to something much, much bigger than itself.
The line that creates the epigraph
to Defiance is "We are the same people, only further from home" (Defiance, New York: Theatre Communications Group, 2007).
I believe that the epigraph
from Edmund Husserl's Ideas: General Introduction to Pure Phenomenology is one which calls for extended consideration.
Karma Crisis begins with an epigraph
from Stephen Dunn: "The good news is I know who I am; / that's the bad news, too.
, taken from his novel Reruns, in which the protagonist notes that "when Molly left, everything burned" and the final section, when Jack is an old man, disappointed by his failures, living in an isolated shack with a woman he barely knows, amplify his regret.
from Herman Melville turns up early in Holbrooke's remarkable chronicle of his experience in the Balkans