By Lincoln Goines, Robby Ameen
Designed for drummers and bass avid gamers, this book/CD lays out a step by step method of combining Afro-Cuban rhythms with rock, funk and jazz.
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5. The Avoidance of Prose When we look at this literature we find, in fact, that prose is successfully avoided a good deal of the time. Mathematics is not prose, nor are graphs, diagrams, photographs or tables. Yet these all contribute a vast amount of information-carrying capacity and are certainly as much part of the literature as the prose passages on which most of the strictures are passed. Can it be that we have got prose into a false perspective? We almost automatically classify all writers other than poets as writers of prose.
On the contrary, by geometrizing time we reduce it to space. We shall need to go into this much more deeply, for we have paid a heavy price for the power given to science by Newton and Leibniz in their invention of the differential equation. (In thus taking time by the forelock science has been carried away by it and has put itself, and us, on the conveyor-belt of industrialization. ) § 11. Organic Dichotomy Presently we shall consider the traditional syntactic dichotomy of Subject and Predicate.
So many sweaty endeavours blue-pencilled by pedantic pedagogues in the penitentiaries called "schools" have charged our hearts with sharp anxiety. Fighting what is in our hearts to obey the behest of our heads cannot be otherwise than painful. Oh! is that a metaphor? Is it a mixed one? Is it allowed? So we struggle on through a thicket of inhibitions. T o deliberately split an infinitive is almost as bad as using a preposition to end a sentence with. Instead of struggling to clear our thoughts and to find the best words to express them we struggle with subtleties of usage and fears of slipping into solecism.