Contributions by Alberto Brodesco, James Cody, Andrea Cossu, Anne Margaret Daniel, Jesper Doolard, Nina Goss, Jonathan Hodgers, Jamie Lorentzen, Fahri Öz, Nick Smart, and Thad Williamson
Bob Dylan is many things to many people. Folk prodigy. Rock poet. Quiet gentleman. Dionysian impresario. Cotton Mather. Stage hog. Each of these Dylan creations comes with its own accessories, including a costume, a hairstyle, a voice, a lyrical register, a metaphysics, an audience, and a library of commentary. Each Bob Dylan joins a collective cast that has made up his persona for over fifty years.
No version of Dylan turns out uncomplicated, but the postmillennial manifestation seems peculiarly contrary―a tireless and enterprising antiquarian; a creator of singular texts and sounds through promiscuous poaching; an artist of innovation and uncanny renewal. This is a Dylan of persistent surrender from and engagement with a world he perceives as broken and enduring, addressing us from a past that is lost and yet forever present.
Tearing the World Apart participates in the creation of the postmillennial Bob Dylan by exploring three central records of the twenty-first century―“Love and Theft” (2001), Modern Times (2006), and Tempest (2012)―along with the 2003 film Masked and Anonymous, which Dylan helped write and in which he appears as an actor and musical performer.
The collection of essays does justice to this difficult Bob Dylan by examining his method and effects through a disparate set of viewpoints. Readers will find a variety of critical contexts and cultural perspectives as well as a range of experiences as members of Dylan’s audience. The essays in Tearing the World Apart illuminate, as a prism might, their intransigent subject from enticing and intersecting angles.
It’s worth mentioning that Hoffman’s filed number comes in below the outlined CBA threshold that would permit the Senators to walk away from the arbitrator’s decision should he rule in Hoffman’s favour. Taking into account his team-leading 27 goals last season, his elite even strength goal production and the positive impact Hoffman had on most of his teammates’ possession proxies, provided Hoffman’s agent is competent and good at their job, it’s... Ideally, it would be nice to see Senators lock Hoffman up for a few seasons, but I write that having confidence in his ability to replicate or even exceed last season’s numbers. Typically in the imperfect arbitration process, a player’s representative shoot for a ridiculously high amount in hopes that the arbitrator will find some middle ground and split the difference, but Hoffman’s $3. 4 million request isn’t even... As one friend put it, “ If Hoffman’s ‘unreasonable’ ask, top-level salary he knows he won’t get, is $3. 4 million, how insane is it to not lock him up long-term. It’s a great question that deserves another: why aren’t the Senators anxious to ink Hoffman to a long-term deal deal that carries an average annual value that slightly exceeds what Hoffman’s looking for now. Put in comparison with other moves that Ottawa has made lately, it seems like they overvalue a player’s past production (**cough cough** Bobby Ryan and Milan Michalek **cough cough**) with a disregard for declining trends and diminished returns or... (Mind you, they could have pursued the offer sheet route to cash in. ). It’s entirely possible Hoffman’s camp is confident in his ability to replicate that last season’s success and turn those numbers into a significantly larger pay day than by... Source: The 6th Sens
Kenneth A. Hoffman, 45; David L. Miller Jr., 39; Jeffrey L. Hatch, 46; Gregory L. “Pops” Jones, 50; David A. Floyd, 40; Jeffrey M. Gardner, 33; Corey A. Stienbarger, 26; and Brandon W. Malen, 25, all of Springfield; Heather L. Courtois, 31, of Republic
Kenneth A. Hoffman, 45, David L. Miller, Jr., 39, Jeffrey L. Hatch, 46, Gregory L. “Pops” Jones, 50, David A. Floyd, 40, Jeffrey M. Gardner, 33, Corey A. Stienbarger, 26, and Brandon W. Malen, 25, all of Springfield, Heather L. Courtois, 31, of
@eric_carozza we have more than enough in Stroman and Norris. Remember Hoffman is still in AA lots of work for him doesn't always pan out 07/30/15, @MarcoLiparoti29
@MarcoLiparoti29 ya I don't want a rental. Too bad we had to get rid of Hoffman though but we still have great prospects 07/30/15, @eric_carozza
Phew - and we're off! https://t.co/KJre5CLFpb 07/30/15, @eric_hoffman
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Burial will be in Clinton Lawn Cemetery. Serving as pallbearers will be nephews Joel Brown, Greg Brown, Neal Rasmussen, Eric Rasmussen, Troy Smith, Quint Smith, honorary pallbearer Chris Hoffman. Visitation will be Thursday from 4:00-7:00 p.m. at the ...
“Body cameras will act as an objective witness,” Hoffman said, “so that truth rules the day ... to access the kind of footage — whether it’s the chokehold used on Eric Garner or the arrest of Sandra Bland — that has sparked a conversation ...
Hoffman issued Tuesday regarding the use of the devices ... “The public will not have a right to access the kind of footage — whether it's the chokehold used on Eric Garner or the arrest of Sandra Bland — that has sparked a conversation on police ...
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Eric Hoffman, Actor: Brainwarp. Eric Hoffman was born on May 12, 1963 in Angola, Indiana, USA. He is an actor and writer, known for Brainwarp (2003), Talent (1998 ...