Writing in the first half of the sixteenth century, one of the first modern writers on the subject Sebastiano Serlio harked back
to Vitruvian notions of the origins of architecture 'Men's first coverings to protect themselves from the moisture of the rain and the blazing heat of the sun were made of tree branches supported on forked poles or rods and bound with willow branches .
Apple's sultry voice and troubled phrasing gave her songs a precocious gravity, and so did her piano-centered melodies, which harked back
to standards and blues.
The Stepmother, as performed by Jose Zamorano, harked back
to Widow Simone in La Fille Mal Gardee but did not radiate her rustic charm.
The sparks that flew at a recent community meeting about Mission College's failed expansion plans harked back
two decades, to the time when Northeast Valley activists descended on school bureaucrats and forced them to build the college in Sylmar instead of Northridge.
Buoyed along by a lot of lofty rhetoric about the human condition, his program harked back
to a position he had advanced in the 1982 Biennale when he served as curator for one of its two large international shows, "Art as Art.
He harked back
to his party's 1980s self-help philosophy which dumped thousands on the scrap-heap as he launched their Glasgow East poll campaign with candidate Davena Rankin, pictured.
Sayeri Sapera, one of the few women traveling with `The Gypsy Caravan", performed a wide-skirted twirling nautch dance with Musafir musicians that harked back
to the Indian culture that inspired the American dance pioneer Ruth St.