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New Materialists in Contemporary Art

Susanne Witzgall –

art history, curator, professor in the academy of fine arts of Munich

1. State of Art

“Materials advance valued co-actors with their own creative powers and epistemic qualities that challenge the dominance of language.” “(…) the binary oppositions between human/animal, human/machine, culture/nature, signs/things, mind/matter, life/non-life – should be questioned.” 1,318 more words

Love Comes First, Then Comes Marriage... Or not?

One aspect of the novel so far that I find very interesting is the friendship between Charlotte and Elizabeth. In this first section we read, we are introduced to the dynamic of their relationship and the differences between them when it comes to their views on marriage. 396 more words

Sufficient Encouragement- Epilogue

Yippee! My husband fixed my computer! I’m not sure what the problem was. :( Thanks so much to everyone who read along and commented. I need to do some edits and then send it to the editor and then more edits before publication. 1,694 more words

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Sufficient Encouragement- Chapter 26

Still on mobile. This is the final chapter and then the epilogue will post tomorrow. There is some cause for concern in this chapter, but have no fear. 3,218 more words

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Sufficient Encouragement- Chapter 25

No Pretty picture today! My computer is acting up and has been installing an update for the last 13 hours…not a good sign. My photo subscription I can only access through it, for some reason. 3,369 more words

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Sufficient Encouragement- Chapter 24

We’re getting closer to the end. Now, let’s get Darcy and Lizzy safely married!

Chapter Twenty-Four

Jane smiled from her seat on the bed in the chamber she shared with Elizabeth at Mr. 3,506 more words

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Sufficient Encouragement- Chapter 23

We left Darcy and Lizzy planning a wedding in two weeks. I hope nothing can interfere! (insert evil authoress laugh here.)

Chapter Twenty-Three

“You are quiet tonight, Caroline,” Bingley said as they sat for light supper in the drawing room of Hurst’s townhouse. 2,508 more words

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