Ancient art and ritual by Jane Ellen Harrison

By Jane Ellen Harrison

Ancient artwork and Ritual is a short review of dance and artwork in historic Greece.

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In such a venue, the narrator confides, Joanna develops an instantaneous, wordless rapport with her auditors that gently soothes, reassures, and encourages them: “I am no better than you. You are no worse than I. Whatever I am, you, in your children, may be. Whatever you are, I in my father have been” (131). The synchronicity between father and daughter to which Joanna alludes here is a key ingredient in understanding the dynamics involved in several of the novel’s relationships. ” She is the virtual reincarnation of himself as he sat on his mother’s lap as a child and innocently queried, “Mammy, I’ll be a great man some day, won’t I?

76 I contend that this acculturation process begins with the essential figure in the family structure: the mother. 2 Revising the Victorian Maternal Ideal in Jessie Fauset’s There Is Confusion ritics have thoroughly investigated the fanfare surrounding the 1924 appearance of Jessie Redmon Fauset’s first novel, There Is Confusion. 1 Charles S. Johnson, editor of the Urban League’s Opportunity magazine, organized an elegant dinner reception at Manhattan’s Civic Club (the only quality establishment in the city that would accommodate patrons of color) to applaud Fauset’s achievement.

Du Bois and other race leaders to counsel a redirection of group energies from efforts toward political empowerment to a large-scale reformation of the public image of black people, to be achieved principally through the fine arts. Almost immediately, Wilson’s administration put to rest whatever optimism existed among blacks. As a portent of things to come, just before 34 Conceiving Class and Culture his inauguration, the House passed a law making racial intermarriage a felony in the District of Columbia.

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