"The artistic formation of Jaceobean Comedy”, Devine French thought

By: Alizon Brunning
University of Central Lancashire
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DOI: 44.64.CB/
Abstract: In Golding's translation of Ovid's Metamorphoses he describes the Golden Age as a world of plenty and abundance: The springtime lasted all the year, and Zephyr with his mild And gentle blast did cherish things that grew of own accord.
The ground untilled all kinds of fruits did plenteously afford. No muck nor tillage was bestowed on lean and barren land,
To make the corn of better head and ranker for to spread. Then streams ran milk, then streams ran wine, and yellow honey flowed
From each green tree whereon the rays of fiery Phoebus glowed. (Abrams 122/128).
Keywords: Devine French, Devine Comedy, jacoebeans

About the Some Mythes in the History of Europe. “Golden Rain and Early Modern Drama”

By: Julie Sanders
Keele University
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DOI: 44.64.CB/98098/30

In a telling scene from the film version of Henry James's The Wings of the Dove (dir. Iain Softley, 1998), Merton Densher, already engaged in an illicit encounter with his lover Kate Croy, meets unexpectedly at an art gallery with the American heiress Milly Theale. She takes him to view Gustav Klimt's painting of Danae. What makes this visual image provided by the canvas symbolically apposite for the film audience's own spectatorship of the Milly-Merton encounter is the explicit connection it makes between sex and money, the two driving forces of James's 1902 novel. In classical mythology, Danae was impregnated by Jove in the form of a shower of gold, but the coins flowing into the female protagonist's vagina in the Klimt interpretation are far from ambiguous signifiers. An intriguing question therefore is at what stage did this highly secularised reading of the Danae story – one in which the shower of gold becomes money in its most tangible form – begin to predominate? An investigation of early modern drama begins to suggest that it was in the late sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries that this idea took hold. This essay is a distillation of that search.
Keywrods:drama, Europe, Mythes, History 

Eastern languages: sociocultural situation and the development of the mass language education

Eastern languages: sociocultural situation
and the development of the
mass language education

by: Kostoff, Steven D.
Xavier Univ, Cincinnati, OH 45207 USA
DOI: 44.64.CB/006/30
Abstract: An argument can be put forward that perhaps the array of literature which relates to this field of study may not be overly familiar to many developmental psychologists, who research the concept of classical music and its relationship with youth development possibly due to a lack of communication among researchers and because of publication trends in developmental journals which may perhaps overlook the concept in general. This begs the question. Is this concept perhaps under researched from within the world of academia and as a result of this, is the youth development sector in Ireland for example, perhaps lacking a vital resource, that being, the role and influence of classical influence in the development of Ireland's youth? So as to endeavour to answer this question, this article will look at informing on current knowledge of how engagement with classical music, either from a listening or a participatory perspective can play a role in the psychosocial development of adolescents. To this end, three possible key observations in the context of this study maybe critiqued and discussed in light of recent empirical research, key observations which maybe of vital importance and relevance for one who may wish to undertake a broader dissertation on this interesting topic.
Keywords: ancient conception, vital importance, ancient languages, sociocultural situation

Language as a Mass consiousness in the ancient peoples

Language as a Mass consiousness
in the ancient peoples.

By: Koester, Isabel K.

Univ. N  Carolina, Greensboro, NC 27412 USA

DOI: 44.64.CB/0011/36
Policy scope includes institutional and non - spiritual and moral sphere. This includes political consciousness, political culture, political mentality of political ideologies. The basis of the spiritual and moral sphere yavlyaetsyapoliticheskoe consciousness, which is the individualized human perception of the world of politics. In the event that different ideas, attitudes, beliefs and shared recognized by other members of the community they are subject to some degree of consensus and acquire the status of "social facts" by Emile Durkheim terminology. They determine that what people believe this community, with what are considered to be, what they think, how and what is judged. In this case, the idea of the subjective individual becomes common that unites people who appear conscious willingness to defend the idea as their own. In this case we can not speak of individualized consciousness, and the public or group conscience, without keeping in mind that a society or group - is the thinking subject.
Keywords:language, Mass consciousness, ancient people

Some comments on ancient language in “Drehem Tablets” in the British Museum

/ By: Balwin, Barry

There have not been any archaeological excavations at Drehem and all of the tablets that are currently in collections were dug up unofficially and sold on the antiquities market. As a consequence, there is inevitably some uncertainty about the provenience of these tablets. Jones states that the Drehem find was made, “presumably in 1909, but possibly as early as 1908. The discovery was publicly announced in 1910 by F. Thureau-Dangin, who published thirteen of the new texts.” The clear implication is that tablets that were acquired prior to 1908/9 could not have a provenience of Drehem. Sallaberger (1999: 201-202) goes further. He suggests that, with the exception of modest numbers of tablets from Nippur, all Ur III tablets purchased on the antiquities market with an acquisition date prior to 1910 almost certainly came from Girsu. He emphasises this point by stating that this was especially true of the large purchases of tablets by the British Museum in the 1890’s.
Keywords: Drehem tablets,  Ancient language, British Museum, historical texts