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" One is not a writer for having chosen to say certain things, but for having chosen to say them in a certain way, And, to be sure, the style makes the value of the prose, But it should pass unnoticed, Since words are transparent and since the gaze looks... "
The File on Robert Siodmak in Hollywood, 1941-1951 - Page 2
by Joseph Greco - 1999 - 227 pages
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The Continental Aesthetics Reader

Clive Cazeaux - Philosophy - 2000 - 618 pages
...change this rather than that?' All this does not prevent there being a manner of writing, One is not a writer for having chosen to say certain things, but for having chosen to say them in a certain way, And, to be sure, the style makes the value of the prose, But it should pass unnoticed, Since words...
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How a Film Theory Got Lost and Other Mysteries in Cultural Studies

Robert Beverley Ray - Performing Arts - 2001 - 164 pages
..."But my dear Degas, you don't make sonnets with ideas, but with words.'"4 Or as Sartre once put it, "One isn'ta writer for having chosen to say certain...but for having chosen to say them in a certain way." 10 These propositions imply that art results from hundreds of decisions about technical problems: the...
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How a Film Theory Got Lost and Other Mysteries in Cultural Studies

Robert Beverley Ray - Performing Arts - 2001 - 164 pages
..."But my dear Degas, you don't make sonnets with ideas, but with words."9 Or as Sartre once put it, "One isn'ta writer for having chosen to say certain...things, but for having chosen to say them in a certain way."10 These propositions imply that art results from hundreds of decisions about technical problems:...
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