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Pound will get back to Gaudier, analyzing the new global order of the 1930s, in a second homage to his friend "mort pour la Patrie", "Gaudier: a postscript 1934," first published by the New York magazine Esquire, in August 1934.
In addition to Gaudier and Lewis, London, Modernism, and 1914 contains extended discussions of the work of Bomberg, Epstein, Sickert, Wadsworth, Yeats, and others.
Rummage around at home for rags and old clothes - the gaudier the better - it will make excellent bunting material.
Pitt C, Sanchez-Ramos L, Kaunitz AM, Gaudier E Prophylactic amnioinfusion for intrapartum oligohydramnios: a meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials.
Gaudier's letter was "written from the trenches" (as Pound glosses it) shortly before Gaudier was killed: it includes horrific details of battle delivered with stoic nonchalance (27).
Although, of course, I could be wrong and may be taught otherwise after my death, I found that assertions of an afterlife in which there is food, only of better taste, along with governments, cinemas, and concerts, exemplify the same silliness and denial of death as the recent film version of The Lovely Bones, in which a raped and killed teenage girl ends up in a world with a nicer high school without acne or bullies and with gaudier pink colors.
Because Jonas Gutierrez can add to his Championship winner's medal a much gaudier, and more precious, bauble.
Back at the Kingman gun show, my dad's once-classy 1911 with hour-glass worn grips was now gaudily blued and sporting gaudier stocks.
Gaudier has remained a fixture on Drexel's College of Arts and Sciences dean's list since 2006.
Throughout the evening there was something unyielding about the Coulls' tone, however, held back from full opulence even in the gaudier bits of Ravel, but it was fuller in Mendelssohn's Op.
In a much gaudier carving, the "King of Hell" - yes, the Buddhists and Confucians of 19th century Korea believed in hell as deeply as any Bible thumper - sits astride what the catalog calls a "mythical animal" but which looks a lot to my unprofessional eye like a goggle-eyed horse.
The transparency and pallid color scheme of Beloved Renegade may obscure its connection to last year's gaudier De Suenos.