Bashkirtseff

Bashkirtseff

(bəʃˈkjirtsəf) or

Bashkirtsev

n
(Biography) Marie, original name Marya Konstantinovna Bashkirtseva. 1858–84, Russian painter and diarist who wrote in French, noted esp for her Journal (1887)
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The geographic scope of the conditional phase of lot 2 will cover the whole sector and SA05 overflow on part of the SA04 sector to the street Marie Bashkirtseff.
Y que decir ahora de la obra en prosa de Silva; de su admirable estudio acerca de Maria Bashkirtseff, paginas intensas, de sagacidad pasmosa, que vinieron a completar el analisis frio de la rusa hecho por Barres y a hacer innocua la sabia pedanteria de Max Nordau, el doctor de El mal del siglo?
Se reproducen varios de los poemas de Silva, hasta el momento ineditos, y el texto de De Sobremesa, correspondiente a las paginas que dedica a Maria Bashkirtseff.
A quotation from Marie Bashkirtseff introduces the gender stereotypes commonly associated with the liseuse, such as passivity and downcast eyes.
La santidad y el misticismo de la abuela muerta, la superioridad intelectual y el genio artistico de Maria Bashkirtseff, la pintora rusa muerta en plena juventud, pero especialmente Helena, en quien se combinan las dos anteriores, encarnan esa mujer ideal.
Perhaps the most famous Ukrainian Nicoise is Marie Bashkirtseff, artist, author of famous diaries and one of the first French feminists among other things.
Al hacer una lectura queer de la voz de Fernandez a traves de sus lecturas y reescrituras de la voz de Maria Bashkirtseff, Sylvia Molloy emplea el termino "voice snatching" para evidenciar un "slippage between quoting and impersonating" (1997: 18).
Se habla de Fanny Hill y Maria Bashkirtseff, relacionadas con el tema sexual.
A brief piece, "The Butte Bashkirtseff," on one Mary MacLane, a Vassar graduate who in a pair of risque memoirs flashed a glimpse of thigh then shamefacedly withdrew the offer, damns the native puritanism that fears the world's loveliness is the devil's snare:
Anne's Diary is closer in style and mood to the Journal of the Russian painter Marie Bashkirtseff (1858-84), who was transplanted to France, began to write when she was thirteen, and died of tuberculosis at the age of twenty-five.
Personal effects; reading the journal of Marie Bashkirtseff.