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- framework of the Catholic Christian imaginary, but under a very particular reinterpretation of its protagonists. The presence of Jews in Mexico dates back to 1521...
- Vanishing Race, News from Nowhere, The Book of Love, and others with reinterpretations of old hits, Graham Russell lived with his wife Jodi in the mountains...
- scale. Albert Speer, instrumental in implementing Hitler's cl****icist reinterpretation of German culture, was placed in charge of the proposed architectural...
- Louis Althusser drew on Freud's concept of overdetermination for his reinterpretation of Marx's Capital. Jean-François Lyotard developed a theory of the...
- to coffee mugs, with no legal repercussions. Artistic replicas and reinterpretations as a whole – demonstrating adequate modification – are considered...
- including Neo-Zoroastrians/Para-Zoroastrians, which are usually radical reinterpretations of Zoroastrianism appealing towards Western concerns, and Revivalists...
- JSTOR 2539014. Bix, Herbert (1996). "****an's Dela**** Surrender: A Reinterpretation". In Hogan, Michael J. (ed.). Hiroshima in History and Memory. New...
- 18th- and 19th-century Western music, an elision, overlap, or rather reinterpretation (Umdeutung), is the perception, after the fact, of a (metrically weak)...
- Two Pages Reinterpretations is a remix album by 4hero, released in 1999. The album contains tracks from their previous album Two Pages, remixed by other...
- Thick Black Theory (Chinese: 厚黑學; pinyin: Hòu hēi xué) is a philosophical treatise written by Li Zongwu zh:李宗吾 (1879–1943), a disgruntled politician and...
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