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Part 2 contains a variety of resources intended to help the analysis of the anthologized texts.
In any case, Allaire is right that the genre, often anthologized as minor literature, had a major influence across Europe.
Unlike numerous other pulp genres, many of which are still celebrated nostalgically and even anthologized for new readers, the adventure pulps, their stories, and their art have disappeared.
Rising, and Writing Women, and have been anthologized in Cries of the
Most of the best-known utopian writers (such as Thomas More, Tommaso Campanella, Charles Fourier, Saint Simon, but not Robert Owen) are anthologized and the book also pays particular attention to utopias of the French Revolution (Louis-Antoine Cloots, Saint-Just, Condorcet, Maximilien Robespierre) and to Anglo-Saxon utopias, of which the French public is generally little aware (7 entries out of 28).
Again, an example from the biographical description of would-be architect Giorgio Labo illustrates the simple and noble prose of the anthologized biographies: "Egli era umano, presentiva il pericolo, e soffriva di mettere a repentaglio la propria vita, la vita giovane e l'architettura che sognava.
The last work is, of course, Boccherini's most famous single piece of music, anthologized in every collection of Baroque music ever made, and recorded in every imaginable combination of instruments.
The works anthologized here reflect Powell's own taste--previously published writing he has read and liked--rather than any strict criteria for inclusion.
A journalist and a writer, she has published seven novels, three political essays, four humorous books on machismo and her short stories have been anthologized.
One might even suggest that "Derrida" is anthologized to a wider extent and in a greater number of ways than almost any other contemporary thinker in the theoretical field, which would suggest that Derrida's work supplies a most fruitful context in which to put the question of anthologization itself.
In 1995 after his lover died, the author of Longtime Companion wrote a fierce, now-famous "Postcard From Grief" (first published as a viewpoint in The Advocate and later anthologized in Gay Men at the Millennium).