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" I knew this, anyway: that my wish, indeed my continuing passion, would be not to point the finger in judgment but to part a curtain, that invisible shadow that falls between people, the veil of indifference to each other's presence, each other's wonder,... "
Leadership and the New Science: Discovering Order in a Chaotic World - Página vii
de Margaret J. Wheatley - 1999 - 197 páginas
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Illuminations: Women Writing on Photography from the 1850s to the Present

Liz Heron, Val Williams - 1996 - 521 páginas
...anyway: that my wish, indeed my continuing passion, would be not to point the finger in judgment but to part a curtain, that invisible shadow that falls...presence, each other's wonder, each other's human plight. Anne Tucker The Photo League (First published in Creative Camera, July/ August 1983) For fifteen years...
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Hell's Belles: A Tribute to the Spitfires, Bad Seeds & Steel Magnolias of ...

Seale Ballenger - 1997 - 271 páginas
.... . . [and] my wish, indeed my continuing passion, would be not to point the finger in judgment but to part a curtain, that invisible shadow that falls...presence, each other's wonder, each other's human plight." Our literary heritage is richer for her decision. S1STER Among the southern characters Eudora Welty...
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Shifting Interludes: Selected Essays

...once wrote, "My wish, indeed my continuing passion, would be not to point the finger in judgment, but to part a curtain, that invisible shadow that falls...wonder, each other's human plight." Eudora Welty, whom many consider America's greatest living writer, was born in Jackson ninety years ago. On April...
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One Writer's Imagination: The Fiction of Eudora Welty

Suzanne Marrs - 2002 - 280 páginas
...Welty, works of the imagination or even moments of imaginative insight provided a means of parting "a curtain, that invisible shadow that falls between...presence, each other's wonder, each other's human plight" (OTOP, 8). And in parting that veil of indifference, Welty may well have done more both to call for...
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Eudora Welty: A Biography

Suzanne Marrs - 2005 - 652 páginas
...revision." The way Eudora had conveyed "a Deep South racial complexity" and had declared her desire "to part a curtain, that invisible shadow that falls...presence, each other's wonder, each other's human plight" won Reynolds's enduring admiration.46 In April, Eudora accepted another New York Times Book Review...
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Place in American Fiction: Excursions and Explorations

Harold L. Weatherby, Walter Sullivan, George Core - 2004 - 265 páginas
...— no, her vision — of the woman in a sweater, "would be, not to point the finger in judgment but to part a curtain, that invisible shadow that falls...indifference to each other's presence, each other's wonder, to each other's plight" (One Time, 12). Or, we might say, employing the kind of abstraction Welty despised,...
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Ending Nurse-to-nurse Hostility: Why Nurses Eat Their Young and Each Other

Kathleen Bartholomew - 2006 - 199 páginas
...look, for in it we see our common humanity. As the author Eudora Welty so eloquently said of her work, "My continuing passion is to part a curtain, that...presence, each other's wonder, each other's human plight." Nursing education instructional guide Ending Nurse-to-Nurse Hostility: Why Nurses Eat Their Young and...
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Garden Plots: The Politics and Poetics of Gardens

Shelley Saguaro - 2006 - 249 páginas
...continuing passion, would be not to point the finger in judgment but to part a curtain [my emphasis], that invisible shadow that falls between people, the...presence, each other's wonder, each other's human plight.'7' Written at the time that these photographs were taken, 'A Curtain of Green', is the exemplary...
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Critical Essays on John Edgar Wideman

Bonnie TuSmith, Keith Eldon Byerman - 2006 - 275 páginas
...Eudora Welly's description of her writing as a means of creating clear vision, or "part [ing] . . . the veil of indifference to each other's presence, each other's wonder, each other's human plight" (355). 10. While I recognize that gender may also play a role in the affinity between Liam and the...
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Ordering the Facade: Photography and Contemporary Southern Women's Writing

Katherine Henninger - 2007 - 232 páginas
...representation and human connection, describing her own project as "not to point the finger in judgment but to part a curtain, that invisible shadow that falls...presence, each other's wonder, each other's human plight" (One Time 8). But, far from Agee's embodiment of transparent, democratic representations, Welty saw...
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