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Berkeley Breathed is known as the creator of the wildly popular and influential comic strip Bloom County, and, in particular, for his most iconic character Opus.

Author: Berkeley Breathed

Publisher: IDW Publishing

ISBN: 1631400762

Category: American wit and humor, Pictorial

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Berkeley Breathed is known as the creator of the wildly popular and influential comic strip Bloom County, and, in particular, for his most iconic character Opus. Over the course of a little more than eight years Bloom County was one of the best selling comic strips ever, winning Berkeley a coveted Pulitzer Prize. The artist went on to do two more sunday-only strips, Outland and Opus, as well as producing best-selling children's books and screenplays. But before Breathed began his storied career he was a (not so) humble college student at the University of Texas and a contributor to the Daily Texan newspaper where he wrote and drew political cartoons as well as... The Academia Waltz. Berkeley would go on to finance his college studies by self-publishing two paperback collections of AW, selling over 10,000 copies. The strip drew the attention of the Washington Post Syndicate which eventually began publishing a new creation by Berkeley... Bloom County. Many of the characters in the new strip originally appeared in Academia Waltz, most notably Steve Dallas. Now, for the first time -- from the rarely seen archives of Berkeley Breathed -- comes the nearly (we think) complete Academia Waltz!

Berkeley Breathed. Berkeley Breathed's ACADEMJAW/Als/ | |[. - I 2 an: Oss)—s profound transgressions IDW Publishing Digital Editions 2019 © Berkeley Breathed. All rights. Front Cover.

Author: Berkeley Breathed

Publisher: IDW Publishing

ISBN: 9781684062515

Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

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A treasure-trove of Berkeley Breathed's pre-Bloom County archives, artwork, strips, political cartoons, and much more!
2017-04-12 By Berkeley Breathed

Transgressions. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2002. ... The Wicked Waltz and Other Scandalous Dances: ... Deep Blues. New York: Viking, 1982. Perlis, Vivian, and Libby Van Cleve. Composers' Voices from Ives to Ellington.

Author: Mark V. Tushnet

Publisher: NYU Press

ISBN: 9781479873746

Category: Law

Page: 272

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A look at First Amendment coverage of music, non-representational art, and nonsense The Supreme Court has unanimously held that Jackson Pollock’s paintings, Arnold Schöenberg’s music, and Lewis Carroll’s poem “Jabberwocky” are “unquestionably shielded” by the First Amendment. Nonrepresentational art, instrumental music, and nonsense: all receive constitutional coverage under an amendment protecting “the freedom of speech,” even though none involves what we typically think of as speech—the use of words to convey meaning. As a legal matter, the Court’s conclusion is clearly correct, but its premises are murky, and they raise difficult questions about the possibilities and limitations of law and expression. Nonrepresentational art, instrumental music, and nonsense do not employ language in any traditional sense, and sometimes do not even involve the transmission of articulable ideas. How, then, can they be treated as “speech” for constitutional purposes? What does the difficulty of that question suggest for First Amendment law and theory? And can law resolve such inquiries without relying on aesthetics, ethics, and philosophy? Comprehensive and compelling, this book represents a sustained effort to account, constitutionally, for these modes of “speech.” While it is firmly centered in debates about First Amendment issues, it addresses them in a novel way, using subject matter that is uniquely well suited to the task, and whose constitutional salience has been under-explored. Drawing on existing legal doctrine, aesthetics, and analytical philosophy, three celebrated law scholars show us how and why speech beyond words should be fundamental to our understanding of the First Amendment.
2017-02-14 By Mark V. Tushnet

play-between-the-disciplines belongs, by contrast, to the relatively more comfortable transgressions of ... as a way of foregrounding the social logic of different critical stances and the performative value, in academic venues, ...

Author: Diana E. Henderson

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134099023

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 320

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This volume takes up the challenge embodied in its predecessors, Alternative Shakespeares and Alternative Shakespeares 2, to identify and explore the new, the changing and the radically ‘other’ possibilities for Shakespeare Studies at our particular historical moment. Alternative Shakespeares 3 introduces the strongest and most innovative of the new directions emerging in Shakespearean scholarship – ranging across performance studies, multimedia and textual criticism, concerns of economics, science, religion and ethics – as well as the ‘next step’ work in areas such as postcolonial and queer studies that continue to push the boundaries of the field. The contributors approach each topic with clarity and accessibility in mind, enabling student readers to engage with serious ‘alternatives’ to established ways of interpreting Shakespeare’s plays and their roles in contemporary culture. The expertise, commitment and daring of this volume’s contributors shine through each essay, maintaining the progressive edge and real-world urgency that are the hallmark of Alternative Shakespeares. This volume is essential reading for students and scholars of Shakespeare who seek an understanding of current and future directions in this ever-changing field. Contributors include: Kate Chedgzoy, Mary Thomas Crane, Lukas Erne, Diana E. Henderson, Rui Carvalho Homem, Julia Reinhard Lupton, Willy Maley, Patricia Parker, Shankar Raman, Katherine Rowe, Robert Shaughnessy, W. B. Worthen
2007-10-18 By Diana E. Henderson

“ Con est ma tres doulce dame d'onneur " ; met , Director des Beaux - Arts , and other text of the Quaestiones in ... the secretary , has undertaken how it is possible to discuss deep theological bable that Chaucer took from them the ...

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105012165218

Category: Art

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Sanday's and other French towns , and of reviving the variety of good artioles . old friendly feelings which subsisted in the ... because it seems provarious good offices towards ' Scottish students how it is possible to discuss deep ...

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Scholars who do this are not necessarily committing any epistemological “sins. ... preceding statements on the crisis by eminent scholars such as Kenneth Waltz and Graham Allison and dozens of others who theorize about the crisis.

Author: James G. Blight

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 9781538102008

Category: Political Science

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In Dark Beyond Darkness, James Blight and janet Lang, among the world’s foremost authorities on the Cuban missile crisis, synthesize the findings from their thirty-year project on the most dangerous moment in recorded history. Authoritative, accessible, and written with their usual flair and wit, DBD is the first book to take readers deeply inside the experience and calculations of Fidel Castro, who was willing to martyr Cuba if his new Russian ally would nuke the U.S. and destroy it. Blight and Lang have established that in October 1962, the world was on the brink of Armageddon, and that we escaped by luck. Their history is scary but unimpeachably accurate: we just barely escaped the cold and the dark in October 1962. Their history also comes with a warning: we are currently at risk not only of Armageddon-fast, in a war between superpowers, but Armageddon-in-Slow-Motion (the result a climate catastrophe following a regional nuclear war), and from Armageddon, Oops! (a conflict sparked by an accident, which is misinterpreted, and ends in nuclear war). Drawing on the insights of poets, musicians and novelists, as well as climate scientists and agronomists, they show the terrible risk we run by refusing to abolish nuclear weapons.
2017-12-22 By James G. Blight

Indeed , anybody disliking the sight of idealized from one to the other with coquettish glances , as though ... If Makart had with the partner they may select , they slowly waltz off in read , but we read also the researches and ...

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ISBN: WISC:89063088751

Category: American literature

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In us feel as if in our distracted times all deep and sinSentz allow his patrons to go away under the awful ... The composer , alThe Academy of Music opened on Monday even- though neither a creator of a new direction , nor a power of ...

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ISBN: UOM:39015024185913

Category: Music

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He was positively sure that nobody could mend his own hymns ; but he was not scrupulous in mending other peoples ' . ... the last few years of each were both spent in deep retirement , and the exercise of their favourite composition .

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ISBN: HARVARD:32044043849983

Category: Music

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