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BURNING. Vide Accident; Arson; Fire, accidental.

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Alastor is Shelley's "autonarration" of his unsettled relationship to "poetry," which he wants to conceive Romantically as pure idealism, what Browning calls "subjective poetry" or the "Ideas of Plato, seeds of creation, lying burningly on the Divine Hand." Indeed, in the essay on Shelley from which this quotation is taken, Browning's description of Shelley's corpus as a "sublime, fragmentary essay" is nothing if not stereotypically Romantic.
She also shares her childhood memories of delectable home-made Bulgarian banitsa and her new experience with burningly spicy meatballs.
In the 1995 version, RCA added five additional Strauss songs, including the unforgettable "Wiegenlied." In this latest disc, Decca added four different songs: the beautiful winter love song "Winterweihe" and the much loved "Zueignung" (Dedication); also on the new CD are three highlights from "Ariadne auf Naxos" and the burningly passionate "Zweite Brautnacht" (Second Wedding Night) aria from Die Agyptische Helena.
At first it is burningly painful, then creates the burn.
It is a burningly hot, early July day in Philadelphia, but Hudes and I are sitting at a table in a cool loft apartment that looks out across a subdued, residential section of North Philly.