Siege of contraries: Rumors of war real or metaphorical stories and sketches by John Marcellus Steadman III

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ISBN 101891168029
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The papers include Winter Harvest: A Retrospective, Rumors of War Real and Metaphorical, In Ernest or Game: A Seriocomic Medley Verses Early or Late, Crisis in the European Tradition: Six Essays, Dante to Sir William Jones, and Reality and Fable in Renaissance Literary Theory: Strategies of Representation, Reconnaissances, and Ryoanji Temple.

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Wiley’s Equestrian Portrait of the Count-Duke Olivares was originally part of the artist’s “Rumors of War” show, an exhibition consisting of four grand equestrian portraits modeled on seventeenth- and nineteenth-century military-themed canvases.

Wiley based this particular image on a Diego Velázquez painting of the same title hanging. Thank you to Harbourlight and the author for a complimentary copy. All opinions expressed are my own.

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What it especially important about Malcom’s treatise on the “Criminality of War” is that it was reprinted in The Book of Peace: A Collection of Essays on War and Peace – published by the American Peace Society inlong before the horrors of twentieth-century wars were chronicled, and even before images of war were captured on.

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Laying Plans 1. Sun Tzu said: The art of war is of vital importance to the State. It is a matter of life and death, a road either to safety or to ruin.

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Perhaps the Cold War was the occasion, leading to the war against poverty, and later the war on drugs, war against terror, etc. I’ve seen references to wars against illiteracy and obesity. War may be the health of the state, but also perhaps of culture — at least in a milieu pre-saturated with wars and rumors of wars.

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