This was the first river of the modern .

Aside from feminist Cunt-Art, the most significant artistic appearances of the word come in the works of Gilbert and George. Their series (1977) - including , , and - is a study of "aggressive and brutally coarse" (Wolf Jahn, 1989) linguistic abuse, utilising the graffiti they encountered. The graffiti in Gilbert and George's is a realistic representation of the intolerance of modern society; (1969), however, has no such legitimising context, and its derogatory epithets reflect "[a] schoolboyish sense of mischief and the wish to shock" (Daniel Farson, 1991). Tom Ormond wrote a graffito-style slogan over a map of London and called it (2006). Artist Adam McEwen created a parody of the 'open' shop sign, reading "Come in WE'RE CUNTS" (2004).

Gods and Mortals: Modern Poems on Classical Myths …

This has led to some modern medical opinion that Alexander was in fact not dead, but in a coma.
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revisionary impulse” in H.D.’s early work, such as “Eurydice” or ..

Although this suspiciously encompasses a traditional Protestant anti-clericalism, one thing that is curious about it, among many, is that the Gnostics believed in a celibate elite of enlightened adepts (exalted by ), like the Cathari of the Mediaeval (whose inspiration may have been Gnostic or Manichean), something viewed with horror by modernism -- just as most modernist enthusiasm for , rejecting anything beyond the "pure" and original teaching of the Buddha, nevertheless utterly rejects monasticism, which is undoubtedly an essential part of the pure and original teaching of the Buddha.

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What may or may not be surprising is that Gnosticism has become popular today, with things like denial of the Resurrection (the ) conforming nicely to what seems obvious to the modern mind, that alone is real and that do not happen.

The modern  used it on its flag, but produced a modified version after protests by Greece.
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Driving Miss Eurydice – Modern Poetry

Having skipped over and/or distorted such events, McInerney then devotes two whole lectures to essentially defending the Greeks against possible charges of anti-Semitism, the sort of anachronistic and irrelevant exercise that can easily obsess the modern, academic.

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The Old Dutch 'kunte' later developed into the more Latinate Middle Dutch 'cunte' and 'conte', and the modern Swedish 'kuntte', though the modern Dutch term is 'kutt'. Also spelt 'kut', and extended to 'kutwijf' ('cuntwife'), 'kutt' has been used as the title of the porn magazine (2002), leading to Lee Carter's 'uncut' pun "live and unKutt" (2002). It is interesting that these Dutch examples include the suffixes 'te' and 'tt', as the final 't' of "the most notable of all vulgarisms" has always been "difficult to explain" (1961), according to Eric Partridge, who included 'cunt' in his . The complex etymological jigsaw of this "most notorious term of all" (1947) can now be broadly pieced together: the 'cu' is Proto-Indo-European, the 'n' is Latin, and the 't' is Dutch. The Middle English 'kunte', 'cuntt', 'cunte', 'count', and 'counte' bear the marks of each of these three influences.

Thirteen Ways of Reading a Modernist Poem.

As much recent intellectual opinion, however, has tended to irrationalism, Dostoevsky's Existentialism now seems more "modern" than what remains of liberal humanism.

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The Obscene Publications Act gave Bowdlerism a seal of officialapproval, and was used to condemn some of the most acclaimed works ofmodern literature simply by dint of their perceived incoherence. Thus,the Director of Public Prosecutions, Archibald Bodkin, not onlycriticised James Joyce's (featuring a character called "CUNTY KATE", 1922), as "unmitigatedfilth", he also expressed his bemusement at its stream-of-consciousnessprose: "I am entirely unable to appreciate [...] what the book itselfis about. I can discover no story. There is no introduction which givesa key to its purpose" (Alan Travis, 1998). ( also includes a phonetic pun on the spelling of 'cunt': "See you in tea"; James Joyce, 1922. 'See You In Tea' was later used as the name of an eyeglasses range by Chrome Hearts.)

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By the many misadventures of the history of Constantinople, copies were either never made or were destroyed along with the existing manuscripts (possibilities with the Fall of Constantinople to the in 1204, to the in 1453, or in the occasional fire that breaks out even in modern libraries, e.g.