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13) Traditional humanism's goal of attuning the soul through speech and letters to moral perception and civic responsibility assumes natural entwinements of fellow-feeling and practical rationality, elaborations of which from Aristotle to Plutarch to Erasmus and Vives shape Cervantes's understanding of literature's value.
Prepare yourself: Pin-up queen Dita Von Teese, known equally for having dated shockrocker Marilyn Manson as for having an impossibly tiny waistline, will now be known for something sexier--topless photos of her and another female model dressed in menswear and posing in racy entwinements (think licking, spanking, undressing).