Novelle Letterarie Pubblicate In Firenze

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Nuovo Dizionario Istorico Ovvero Storia In Compendio Di Tutti Gli Uomini Che Si Sono Resi Illustri Segnando Le Epoche Delle Nazioni E Molto Piu De Nomi Famosi Per Talenti Di Ogni Genere Dal Principio Del Mondo Fino Ai Nostri Giorni Con Tavole Cronologiche Per Ridurre In Corpo Di Storia Gli Articoli Sparsi In Questo Dizionario Composto Da Una Societ Di Letterati In Francia Accresciuto In Occasione Di Pi Edizioni Da Altre Societ Letterarie In Alemagna Ne Paesi Bassi E In Italia Sulla Settima Edizione Francese Del 1789 Tradotto In Italiano Ed Inoltre Corretto Notabilmente Arricchito Di Molti Articoli Somministrati Per La Prima Volta Da Letterati Italiani E Tratti Dalle Pi Accurate Storie Biografiche Tomo 1 22

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Diario Do Congresso Nacional

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Diario Oficial

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Archivos Brasileiros De Medicina

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Bolet N De La Revista General De Legislaci N Y Jurisprudencia

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Leonardo S Machines

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The Essential George Johnston

Author: George Johnston
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Subtle, varied and elegant, exact in their tuning, traditionally informed yet wholly original, the poems of George Johnston have yet to find the wide readership they deserve. That they flew beneath the radar in Canada during his lifetime can be attributed in part to the vagaries of literary fashion: Johnston's early verse, in The Cruising Auk (1959) and Home Free (1966), was formal and traditional, using stanza, metre and rhyme with great sophistication, at a moment when free verse had become de rigueur; thus he was dismissed by the reputation-makers of the day as old-fashioned. His later verse, markedly more contemporary in tone though no less formally accomplished, escaped notice for a different reason: its modesty. Johnston wrote on everyday subjects, in language carefully modulated to avoid ostentation, and he masked his formal virtuosity with a conversational casualness. The rhymes are still there, but hidden: half-rhymes, internal rhymes, vowel and consonant echoes. Regularity of metre has given way to accentual rhythm and syllable count. Effects are subliminal, easily missed in a cursory reading. You could mistake this for free verse, and many probably did. But it came at a time when Canadian readers, grown accustomed to prosy-colloquial free verse, expected some novelty of content, shock effect, biting cleverness, or gut-wrenching anecdote to make it `poetry'. Lost on such readers was the prodigious artistry at work here, the nuanced ear, the refinements of diction that infuse these quiet poems with uncanny staying power.

The Spirit Paraclete In The Gospel Of John

Author: George Johnston
Editor: Cambridge University Press
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This book attempts to make a contribution to the New Testament doctrine of the Spirit, with special reference to the paraclete problem. Dr Johnston begins with the use of the word 'spirit' in the Gospel of John and treats it as primarily 'impersonal'. It denotes divine power or energy. God acts by his spirit, both to create and to redeem. The Fourth Evangelist shows Jesus as the incarnate Word, a man uniquely inspired, whose absence after death is compensated for by an outburst of spiritual powers in his Church. The paraclete is representative of God or of Christ, and the Johannine teaching is that no angelmediator, no holy 'spirit' like the Archangel Michael, can take Christ's place. But truly inspired leaders - acting as teachers, exegetes, martyrs - and the inspired Church itself as a communion of love do embody the spirit-paraclete and do continue to represent Jesus. Special attention is paid to recent research on this subject, mainly in the area of the Dead Sea Scrolls. Dr Johnston argues that in insisting that the true spirit-paraclete must always exalt and interpret Jesus of Nazareth as the final revelation of God in man, John was in fact combating heretical views.