And really, present or absent, hidden or unhidden, true or false, the figure of marrano
does appear and disappear in Derrida's writings.
and Tracy Gaston of Auburn, Seth Gaston of Fitchburg, Taylor, Benjamin & Eliza Gaston of Shrewsbury, Nancy & Wayne Jackson of Waltham, Linda Marrano
of Waltham, Steve & Peg Marrano
of Wilmington, Heather Marrano
of Plymouth, Alyssa Jackson and Matt Jackson of Waltham, Sally & Dan Tinkham of Danvers, Peter & Gail Burnham of Hamilton; and many cousins and numerous friends.
Blanca Reubensaal, president of the Board of Directors of the Foreign Service Youth Foundation, presented the Young Diplomats' Essay Awards, funded by Diplomatic Auto Sales, to Hana Passan of Lusaka, Zambia; Charles Brands of Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic; and Nicholas Marrano
of Madrid, Spain.
Another prominent Marrano
was a Jewish merchant from Venice who was in the London area in 1596-1600, just in that half-decade that The Merchant of Venice was written and performed.
At the same time, Marrano
life amounted to a shift from a confirmation of the necessity of the biblical commandments to Jewish heritage, which amounts to a shift to Jewish history.
Her essay recasts the reception of Shakespeare's great Venetian tragedy by considering the relationship Pasolini creates between a volatile audience of workers and an experimental stage; her critique uncovers a Cassio harassed as a marrano
and an audience who revolts in order to "claim authorial agency for themselves" (101).
Glick, "On Converso and Marrano
Ehtnicity," in Crisis and Creativity in the Sephardic World, 1391-1648, ed.
This is a very rich area", said Mark Marrano
, deputy regional co-ordinator for the US Embassy, adding: "Everybody is trying to get a piece of the pie".
Da quel cognome suo forse di rinnegato, di marrano
di Spagna o di Sicilia, che significava eredita di ansime, malinconie, rimorsi dentro nelle vene.
III, President of Marson said, "Constructing a building of this size with its many complex and intricate systems at such a busy corner near the entrance to Central Park, is like building the proverbial Swiss watch.
With these violent inversions, Derrida effectively abuses deconstruction in a manner that necessitates yet more inversions: for, if the Shylock Complex is present at the inauguration of Marrano
of a marrano
, the name for those Jews, who during the time of the