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The archaic smile

R. S. Bjerken

The archaic smile

a post-modern cosmology : a post-religion spirituality

by R. S. Bjerken

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Published by Or"on Books in Eugene, OR .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementR.S. Bjerken.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMLCS 98/03498 (B)
The Physical Object
Pagination156 p. :
Number of Pages156
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL399886M
ISBN 100966291816
LC Control Number98091288
OCLC/WorldCa40535276

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Archaic Smile, by A.E. Stallings, recipient of the Richard Wilbur Award, uniquely juxtaposes poetic meditations on mythological themes with poems about the everyday occurances of contemporary life -- such as losing an umbrella or fishing with one's father/5(19).

Archaic smile, the smile that characteristically appears on the faces of Greek statues of the Archaic period (c. – bc), especially those from the second quarter of the 6th century bc. Archaic smile, detail of a kouros (statue of a young man) from Tenea, Greece, c. – bc; in the Antikensammlung, Munich Hirmer Fotoarchiv, Munich.

Archaic Smile, by A.E. Stallings, recipient of the Richard Wilbur Award, uniquely juxtaposes poetic meditations on mythological themes with poems about the everyday occurances of contemporary life -- such as losing an umbrella or fishing with one's father/5.

The Archaic Smile of Herodotus book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5. The Archaic Smile of Herodotus. by Stewart Flory (Author) › Visit Amazon's Stewart Flory Page.

Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central. Stewart Flory (Author) ISBN Cited by: In a review for her book Archaic Smile, Able Muse, a formalist online poetry journal, noted that, "For all of Stallings’ formal virtuosity, few of her poems are strictly metrically regular.

Indeed, one of the pleasant surprises of Archaic Smile is the number of superb poems Education: University of Georgia, University of Oxford. Archaic smile definition is - an expression that resembles a smile and is characteristic of early Greek sculpture.

Archaic Smile, by A.E. Stallings, recipient of the Richard Wilbur Award, uniquely juxtaposes poetic meditations on mythological themes with poems about the everyday occurances of contemporary life -- such as losing an umbrella or fishing with one's father.

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Now On Patreon. This year has been an incredible. My son, Lucien, was born in December Meeting my son and learning to be his mom has been a wonderful experience and my primary focus. Genre/Form: Poetry: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Stallings, A.E. (Alicia Elsbeth), Archaic smile.

Evansville, Ind.: University of Evansville. Genre/Form: Anecdotes: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Flory, Stewart, Archaic smile of Herodotus. Detroit: Wayne State University Press,   Archaic Smile 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings.

1 reviews. dwhapax on LibraryThing: More than 1 year ago: Lovely and thought provoking. Barnes & Noble Press. Publish your book with B&N. Learn More. The B&N Mastercard® 5% Back on All B&N Purchases 5/5(1). "Archaic Smile" opens with 'A Postcard from Greece,' a poem in which the speaker describes a car accident experienced while driving 'round a clothespin curve new-watered with the rain,' (a verse whose technique toward centrifugal-force-on-a-page has come back to me many a time I should have been paying attention to toddlers or the traffic light).

The Archaic Smile is not formed by a smile itself. Although the lips formation is a major characteristic, it is the expression in general that is significant. Various scholars may make a suggestion that bearers of the Archaic Smile cannot be taken as having an expression.

“we would not call a face (intransitively) expressive unless it. Define archaic smile. archaic smile synonyms, archaic smile pronunciation, archaic smile translation, English dictionary definition of archaic smile.

A representation of the human mouth with slightly upturned corners, characteristic of early Greek sculpture produced before the fifth century bc. archaic smile; Archaic Triad; archaic. The Archaic Smile of Herodotus. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, From the Publisher: “Although Cicero called him the “father of history,” Herodotus is a problematic historian for the modern reader.

His Histories, though generally historical in theme and content, seems to. Take a good look at an Archaic kouros or kore sculpture and you may notice a subtle, yet lighthearted smile playing on its lips.

The close-lipped Archaic smile gives cold stone sculptures a sense of warmth and life. Over six feet tall, the Berlin Kore (– B.C.E.) has remnants of red paint and depicts a poised, column-like woman. Her robes fall rigidly and the folds in the fabric look. Archaic smile definition, a conventional representation of the mouth characterized by slightly upturned corners of the lips, found especially on Greek sculpture produced prior to the 5th century b.c.

See more. The Archaic Smile. The van doors swung open, revealing the limestone figure, and Nicholas bit his lip to suppress a gasp. One leg in front of the other as if impatient to move, hands clenched into implacable fists, each muscle as perfect as the day it had been carved.

Archaic Smile. Login to add items to your list, keep track of your progress, and rate series. Description. A warm, comforting romantic comedy revolving around a couple and a Buddha statue.

Type. Manga Related Series. N/A Associated Names. An "Archaic smile" could be found during the Archaic Period, which lasted from to BCE. Archaic Greek statues always smiled, even in the most inappropriate contexts. The smile seems to be the sculptor's way of indicating that the person portrayed is alive.

By adopting this convention, Greek artists signaled a very different intention. An archaic smile from the archaic period was meant to show that the person was alive at the time.

AN archaic smile was a very slight and showed no teeth. Identify four essential elements typically found in Greek Peripteral Temple Plans. archaic (är-kā′ĭk) also archaical (-ĭ-kəl) adj. also Archaic Relating to, being, or characteristic of a much earlier, often more primitive period, especially one that develops into a classical stage of civilization: an archaic bronze statuette; Archaic Greece.

No longer current or applicable; antiquated: archaic laws. See Synonyms. Archaic definition, marked by the characteristics of an earlier period; antiquated: an archaic manner; an archaic notion.

See more. Archaic definition is - having the characteristics of the language of the past and surviving chiefly in specialized uses. How to use archaic in a sentence. Synonym Discussion of archaic. Whether the Archaic smile was used for subjects who had passed away or were alive and in good health Whether the Archaic smile was pre-planned Whether we know the meaning of the Archaic smile.

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Archaic Smile by A E Stallings,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(). A blissful smile would overtake my face. My interest in ancient art and history continued.

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A child of nothing fights for truth and his one chance at something. A.E. (Alicia) Stallings grew up in Decatur, Georgia. She studied classics at the University of Georgia and Oxford University. Her poetry collections include Like (), which was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize; Olives (), which was nominated for a National Book Critics Circle Award; Hapax (); and Archaic Smile (), winner of the Richard Wilbur Award and finalist for both the.

BIG EYES, ARCHAIC SMILE "Aristarchos of Samos produced a book based on certain hypotheses, in which it follows from the premises that the universe is many times greater than the universe now so called."-- Archimedes, The Sand-Reckoner (ca.

B.C.) Sing, O Muse, of the four colors splashed across the world in the wake of the Divine Alexander. ically having a party in this potion is when they would talk to their friends and eat.

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Archaic words that used to be common In English. These words are no longer in everyday use or have lost a particular meaning in current usage but are sometimes used to impart an old-fashioned flavour to historical novels, for example, or in standard conversation or writing just for a humorous effect.

The archaic smile was used by sculptors in Archaic Greece in the second quarter of the 6th century BCE to suggest that their subject was alive, infused with a sense of well-being. One of the most famous examples of the Archaic Smile is the Kroisos Kouros; the dying warrior from the west pediment of the Temple of Aphaia, Greece is an interesting context as the warrior is near death.

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This paved the way for the development of Greek classical sculpture, which would come to look naturalistic and display greater artistic skill and variation. Architecturebeginning of the century. The Archaic period saw the construction of Greek Size: KB.Life-size stone sculptures.

As the Greeks came out of the Dark Ages, about BC, they began to produce life-size stone sculpture for the first time since the Cycladic statues of the Stone Age.

Like those earlier Cycladic statues, and like Egyptian statues, all of these Greek statues were originally had skin-tone skin and painted eyes, like store mannequins today, to look more.