By Robert MacBride
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Within the chilly October of 1917 Margaretha Zelle, higher often called Mata Hari, sits in a jail mobilephone in Paris expecting trial on fees of espionage. The penalty is loss of life through firing squad. As she waits, careworn through a mystery guilt, Mata Hari tells tales, Scheherazade-like, to shop for again her existence from her interrogators.
They have been cherished sisters and the simplest of associates. yet Jane and Cassandra Austen suffered an analogous destiny as some of the girls in their period. compelled to spend their lives depending on kinfolk, either financially and emotionally, the sisters spent their time jointly buying and selling secrets and techniques, difficult each one other's evaluations, and rehearsing in myriad alternative ways the household dramas that Jane might later carry to fruition in her well known novels.
L. a. kingdom est-elle simplement composée de membres qui auraient une origine distinctive ? Les international locations sont-elles éternelles ? Ernest Renan a donné à ces questions des réponses originales devenues célèbres. Ses vues sur l. a. position et l'évolution des juifs dans l'histoire sont, en revanche, beaucoup moins connues.
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63 Publicity is as continuous or discontinuous as the communication process from which it results. It undoubtedly gains in continuity when durable social relationships develop, since the players who shape the public sphere through their interactions develop fixed and recognizable roles, patterns of behaviour, and mutual expectations. An intensive social life and an extensive infrastructure are important preconditions. 64 Studies of actors in a public sphere will therefore always have to take account of the space the public infrastructure offers them.
86 The Wilhelmus, which has now become the national anthem of the Netherlands, was a popular Orangist song created by an anonymous poet in the tradition of the rhetoricians and for or in the circle of William of Orange. There is debate as to its author, the time of its origin and the aim of the song. 84 literary cultures and public opinion 31 function that literary texts fulfilled in the formation of opinion. They helped to develop and disseminate frameworks, templates and stereotypes by means of which an interested public could interpret the world, explain social developments, identify standpoints and groups and decide which party they preferred.
An appeal in rhyme to the people of Mechelen While in stage scripts like those by Jacob Duym and Job de Wael various ideas could be weighed up at the same time, in their incisive ballads, pointed songs, didactic ballads and other forms of verse, authors often took a more clearly defined stance. 88 Additional coherence is given to this collection of political and governmental documents (letters, placards, edicts and petitions) by the poems interpolated between them, such as a pasquil and a ballad from 1567, which comment upon 87 Compare Mah, ‘Phantasies of the Public Sphere’.
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