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old master of the Venetian school (1490-1576)

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Lehmann, ruminating about Tizian Tabidze, 'one of the finest poets in Tiflis', was secure in his ignorance that, by the time of Prometheus's publication, Tabidze had been secretly tortured and murdered by Beria.
Nor does his artistic disposition betray the pathological hypersensitivity of Hofmannsthal's artists, such as the titular figure of the latter's fragmentary drama Der Tod des Tizian (1892), or indeed ofHauptmann's own protagonists Arnold Kramer andGabriel Schilling (Gabriel Schillings Flucht (1905-06; published 1912)), who, unlike Crampton (a comic figure after all), are driven to suicide.
Battisti), Tiziano Ferro (Non me lo so spiegare/No me lo puedo explicar, escrita por Tizian Ferro) y el cantautor frances Johnny Hallyday (Come il sole all'improviso) escrita por Zucchero.
Lara Croft doubles from left, Janey Martin, Tizian Fracchiolla, Caroline Homer.
This aesthetic judgment is in keeping not only with the views of labiaplasters in the United States but also with the vocabulary of Mauritanian midwives: one such woman, who has argued to her colleagues for a milder version of circumcision in place of vigorous excision; "use[s] two words to refer to female circumcision, tizian, which means to make more beautiful, and gaaad, which means to cut off and make even.
Between 1891 and 1899 Hofmannsthal wrote a number of short verse plays, including Gestern (1891; "Yesterday"), Der Tod des Tizian (1892; The Death of Titian), Der Tor und der Tod (1893; Death and the Fool), Das kleine Welttheater (1897; The Little Theater of the World), Der weisse Facher (1897; partially translated as The White Fan), Die Frau im Fenster (1897; Madonna Dianora), Der Abenteurer und die Sangerin (1899; The Adventurer and the Singer), and Die Hochzeit der Sobeide (1899; The Marriage of Sobeide).
Tanner's treatment moves from the youthful and luxuriant aestheticism of the fragment Der Tod des Tizian through the Brief des Lord Chandos and a number of other key essays to the "Venezianische Reisetagebuch" fragment of the never-completed Andreas oder die Vereinigten.