Music performed by the characters is limited to that which scholars reconstruct for ancient Israel and reference is made to various biblical social institutions, all which give the program a veristic
Throughout the last two centuries this anxiety was mirrored in the all too swift succession of a host of essentially post-romantic aesthetic currents: "Art became naturalistic, veristic
, scientific in its methods, running through the sequences of Impressionism, until at last, in an ultimate despair of expression, it has become expressionistic.
'"Experience Illuminated': Veristic
Representation in Glasgow's Short Stories." Scura 74-86.
An interesting discovery featured on the CD (and a good full stop to round it off) is an aria from the generally little-known opera Salome by Antoine Mariotte, dating from the time when Richard Strauss was creating his celebrated eponymous work, with its musical style revealing a penchant for Art Nouveau colours, decadent piquancy and refinement, as well as veristic
Thus, Jameson's definition of "magic realism" in film clarifies Nuovomondo's floating cinematic dimension, between the gritty realism of image and language in Visconti's La terra trema (1948), inspired by the veristic
novel I Malavoglia [The House by the Medlar Tree (1881)], and the dreamlike reinvention of "the" historical event of modernity, the conflagration of the First World War, in Fellini's E la nave va (1986).
Along with other veristic
bodypart art works, such as AD 1-800 Peruvian head vessels, that Jeffrey Quilter argues serve as "technologies of enchantment by momentarily convincing viewers that they are looking at a living person," the hyperreal arm reliquary is also invested with social agency, performing different roles depending on the context of their display (Quilter 2007 138).
Embarrassed by recent exposures of fraudulent memoirs, their authors and publishers try to rescue them as "emotionally true" or as fiction so veristic
that it deserves applause.
rather than idealised portraits were created in the early 3rd century BC for, among others, the Athenian poet Menander and for Seleukos I Nikator, successor to Alexander the Great and founder of the Seleukid dynasty.
Grazia Deledda's name inevitably invokes Sardinia, and with it the concomitant category of "regional literature," written in a veristic
The mural crown, of course, occasioned immediate comment; and the notion that he was some sort of personification, that he must be some sort of personification, would have moved into position as the most likely explanation had it not been for his veristic