Brigge

Brig´ge


n.1.A bridge.
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Tenders are invited for Construction & maintenance PMGSY road & brigge works batch-III of 2016-17 in the district of koraput,Sundargarh & Malkangiri ,Odisha.
In contrast to existing Rilke scholarship, which has largely concentrated on the motif of schauen in his poetry, this article addresses how his prose texts on childhood (Die Aufzeichnungen des Malte Laurids Brigge and Notizen zur Melodie der Dinge) develop a complex theory about the interaction between the child's visual experience of space and corresponding mental acts.
In Rainer Maria Rilke's novel Notebooks of Malter Laurids Brigge (1910), or in Franz Kafka's collection of short stories Contemplation (written between 1904 and 1912), the small-scale vision of the metropolis (Paris or Prague) assumed the double function of sheltering the individual from the "intensification of the emotional life" produced by urban living (Simmel 325) and of safely observing it.
In 1483, Henry Savile, who was based in London, nevertheless made three important bequests in his will, leaving 6s 8d each to 'the reparacon of Eland brige, Cowfordbrigge (ie Cooper Bridge) and the new brigge called Mirfeld brige'.
The novel Die Aufzeichnungen des Malte Laurids Brigge (The Notebooks of Malte Laurids Brigge) was published in 1910.
He incorporates into his personal account an allusion to The Reeve's Tale, a story that similarly features two scholars from Cambridge, and that similarly takes place "At Trumpyngtoun, nat fer fro Cantebrigge" where "ther gooth a brook, and over that a brigge, / Upon the whiche brook ther stant a melle" (3921-23).
54) The herald's account, however, sees the performance from quite another perspective: 'at the hider ende of House Brigge ther was ordeyned a nother pajaunt, garnysshede with shippes and botez in every side in tokenyng of the kings landing at Milforde Havyn.
En Los cuadernos de Malte Laurids Brigge, de Rilke, el narrador expone que la materia prima del poeta no son los sentimientos sino las experiencias.
44) In 1538, Mabel Brigge reportedly held a magical fast to procure the death of King Henry VIII.
And Rilke's Malte Laurids Brigge grapples unequally with the mirror and with himself:
Among his perspectives are aesthetics of fragmentation in Ibsen's Peer Gynt, Henry James and the emergence of the major phase, conflict and mediation in Joyce's "The Dead," and intransitive love in Rilke's The Notebooks of Malte Laurids Brigge.
As Kathy Phillips argues, the Constantinople sequence also foregrounds Woolf's critique of British imperialism and its masculinist justifications, the latter satirized in the figure of one Lieutenant John Fenner Brigge and his hysteria about protecting "English ladies" (in what turns out to be only a fireworks display) and demonstrating the "superiority of the British" (when he realizes his own countrymen set off the rockets [127]).