Barbara Wright

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Average rating: 4.0 · 2 ratings · 1 review · 77 distinct works
Trinity Church, Newport

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Lucky The Story Of A Fox Cub

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What Legislators Need to Kn...

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Protecting Health Care Work...

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Americans with Developmenta...

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Kali Yuga

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Softly & Tenderly: A Journe...

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Jewish Renewal in America:2...

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“[Alfred] Jarry’s teaching could be summarized thus: every man is capable of showing his contempt for the cruelty and stupidity of the universe by making his own life a poem of incoherence and absurdity.”
Barbara Wright, Ubu Roi

“[Alfred Jarry] neither wished nor was able to adapt himself to the world as it was. He ignored the conventions of life, and even the conditions of life. He refused to compromise with something for which he felt nothing but scorn, and he accepted with indifference the logical consequences of his attitude—that life should destroy him, and much sooner than most.”
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