The author examines poetry during the Golden Age
of Russian literature during the early 19th century as a system of relationships between poets, poems, and readers.
I guess this is why Marie Kondo has such a strong appeal to those of us in this golden age
. She models for us how it is to distill, not just things, but everything that clutters our lives-relationships and family members included.
Offering proof that advanced cultures existed in Europe before the immigration of Eastern peoples, Ashe shows that early societies did not look into the future for perfection but to the past, to the Golden Age
of peace in the sacred northern mountains.
Azerbaijan's golden age
will continue for many years, and of course, the main author of this golden age
is Ilham Aliyev, successfully implementing Heydar Aliyev's policy."
In "Washington's Golden Age
", Dalton escorts readers inside the Capital's regal mansions, the hushed halls of Congress, and the Post's smoky and manly newsroom to rediscover an earlier era of gentility and discretion now relegated to the distant past.
The Golden Age
deserves to be favourite - as he's thrived under front-running tactics since arriving from France - and he rides the track's inside rail for the fourth time in a row.
'With the Build, Build, Build is the 'golden age
of infrastructure,' and with the golden age
of infrastructure will come also the golden age
If you successfully overcome the challenges of a Dark Age, your next era will be a Heroic Age, which is like a Golden Age
NYT Syndicate If you were asked to quickly close your eyes and conjure a picture of the Dutch Golden Age
, you might come up with an image of dour, pale figures clad all in black with stiff white ruffs bracing their necks.
Bailey's Reggie Fortune and the Golden Age
of Detective Fiction
Levinson is an economics writer whose books have chronicled the rise of two Golden Age
phenomena--the first nationally integrated supermarket (A&P), and the shipping container.