Dingle Regatta / Regatta An Daingin AUGUST Dingle / Daingean Uí Chuis Dingle, Browse all 3 transcriptions of The Dingle Regatta Next transcription X:1 T:The Dingle Regatta R:slide O:Ireland M/8 L:1/8 K:G “G” d^cd e2 d BAB d2 B | “D”. The tune page for ‘Dingle Regatta’ at , with free sheet music, a playable midi sound file and the abc & MusicXML code – tune in the file.
This is a kind of silly sounding rdgata. It can be fun to play around with the melody in that third part to really bring out that silliness. On each of those long notes somebody stands up to play it. If the tune is going fast enough, this can look pretty ridiculous.
Ah, the silliness of it all.
Yeah, I guess it is actually in the key of G. All three of them? This sort of thing seems to be common, the G tunes with the sharpened Cs. But the bars are still too many, i think. For some unknown reason anyone who has anything to do with Morris dancing is likely to stand up dinfle the third part of this yelling “Da da da ditty da”.
I find that if the opening phrase is played D-B-D instead of D-C -D then it rules out all confusion as to the key and makes it a straightforward composition in G.
Second part I play an octave down mandolin or guitar.
Dingle Regatta / Regatta An Daingin
The Pogues play this. They play the C part quite differently though. During the third part, in our session there will usually be a few people who sing: Chris Droney plays a two part version of this tune on his album “The Fertile Rock”.
He plays the third part of this version as the first of his own and the B part of his own is the second part of the one posted here. You can see the following comment about the name of this slide here: Can anyone let me know the name of this slide or if I am so lucky someone give me the sheet music reyata same? There are only two parts, the usual first part you mentioned and a different second part, no third part.
The Dingle Regatta (slide) on The Session
Perhaps it is the version you seek. Here is an interesting variation for the C part: I achieved embarassed shuffles and nervous looks at a session in N Wales or close over Christmas.
I counted that as a success. Tiz Dingle Regatta – not Dingles Regatta. Tune version 4 above is an early 19th century version in G majorcalled “Garcon Volage” trans. I have added the repeat signs.
William Winter was a village shoemaker in Somerset, a fiddle player possibly also a flautistplaying in the church band church organs were expensive and uncommon in those days and for village dances and festive occasions. During he compiled his tune book of over tunes, the manuscript of which was lost but in rediscovered in a London second hand bookshop. The manuscript has been scholarly researched and edited by Geoff Woolfe, and published in by the Halsway Manor Society, Crowcombe, Somerset.
There is a lot of history associated with this music. Regarding some bonkers session performances of Dingle Regatta I am quite content to remained seated and vocally quiet, relying on my age card.
This was written by Tom Billy Murphy of Ballydesmond, and was a very popular slide in the area. I know he did not call it the Dingle Regatta, however.
Joe Joyce went over dingls Boston and picked up the jumping as well as the tune name. I suppose a lot can happen in 20 years, dongle I have to wonder, where the heck did this stuff come from?
Single you are a member of The Session, log in to add a comment. Membership is free, and it only takes a moment to sign up. The Dingle Regatta R: I dunno, this one always makes me think of Bibbetty Bobbitty Boo.
Who was responsible for the 3 part version of this tune? Was it Sean O Riada? This is mostly V1 with 2 small note changes but spread across 6 lines instead of 3 for old eyes! Tunes Recordings Sessions Events Discussions help contact links donate.
The viridans group streptococci (VGS), a heterogenous group of streptococcal species, are the predominant species of the human oral flora and commonly. Abstract. The frequency of isolation of viridans streptococci from the blood of neutropenic patients with cancer has significantly increased over the course of. Streptococcus viridans: human disease: Infectious agents: Streptococcus viridans bacteria, for example, are found in the throats of more than 90 percent of.
The frequency of isolation of viridans streptococci from the blood of neutropenic patients with cancer has significantly increased over the course of the last 10—15 years.
Risk factors in this patient population include severe neutropenia, oral mucositis, administration of high-dose cytosine arabinoside, and antimicrobial prophylaxis with either trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole or a fluoroquinolone.
In some patients with cancer and neutropenia who develop viridans streptococcal bacteremia, a toxic shock—like syndrome has been described; Streptococcus mitis has been the causative species in most cases. Because resistance of viridans streptococci to a variety of antimicrobial agents is increasingly recognized, penicillin susceptibility cannot be assumed, and empirical vancomycin therapy should be used to treat neutropenic patients with cancer who have shock or are developing acute respiratory distress syndrome.
Given the seriousness of septicemia caused by viridans streptococci and the potential for selection of other resistant microorganisms, the routine practice of antimicrobial prophylaxis for neutropenic patients with cancer should be reconsidered. Over the course of the last several decades, the frequency with which gram-positive bacteria have been isolated from neutropenic patients with cancer has increased.
Similar trends have also been documented in other centers. Gram-positive bacteria isolated have included Staphylococcus aureuscoagulase-negative staphylococci, and Enterococcus species. In addition, viridans streptococci have emerged as an important cause of bacteremia in neutropenic patients with cancer.
Viridans streptococci are part of the normal microbial flora of humans [ 2 ].
In the s, 2 schemes for identification of the viridans streptococci were proposed. Colman and Williams suggested classification into 5 species Streptococcus mutans, Streptococcus milleri, Streptococcus sanguis, Streptococcus salivariusand Streptococcus mitiorand the scheme of Facklam recognized 10 physiological species S.
More recently, a molecular approach has been used to define the taxonomy of the viridans streptococci on the basis of genetic relatedness table 1. The viridans streptococci are most prevalent in the oral cavity but also reside in the upper respiratory tract, the female genital tract, and all regions estdeptococo the gastrointestinal tract; they also are occasionally found as part of the skin flora.
Although they are estrdptococo organisms in these sites, these microorganisms may also invade sterile body sites, which can lead to life-threatening diseases e. They typically cause significant infection only when the oral mucosa is significantly disrupted and host defense mechanisms are compromised, for example, in neutropenic patients with cancer [ 34 ]. The first cases of viridans streptococcal estreptocofo in neutropenic patients with cancer were described inwhen 29 episodes of bacteremia viridqns observed in adults and children at the National Cancer Institute in Bethesda [ 5 ] and 6 episodes were reported in children at the M.
Anderson Cancer Center in Houston [ 6 ]. Since then, the isolation of these estteptococo has become more frequent. On the basis of these findings, it is critical for physicians to consider the diagnosis of serious infection caused by viridans streptococci in patients with cancer who have neutropenia and fever.
We review the epidemiological factors that increase risk of infection and the clinical manifestations and management of this emerging infectious disease. The frequency at which viridans streptococci are isolated from the blood of neutropenic patients with cancer has significantly increased over the course of the last 10—15 years [ 34 ].
Infection caused by viridans streptococci also has been a significant problem after bone marrow transplantation. In one study, viridans streptococci were recovered from the blood of 35 All of these studies indicate that these microorganisms have emerged as an important cause of bacteremia in immunocompromised patients.
A number of risk factors are associated estreptococoo an increased incidence of estrwptococo streptococcal bacteremia in neutropenic patients with cancer table 2 [ 347—18 ].
Because the selection criteria for the control populations varied depending on the individual study and because not all studies were case controlled, published reports have identified a variety of risk factors in univariate analyses. The factors identified as significant fstreptococo various multivariate analyses are discussed in more detail below.
Severe neutropenia has been identified as an important risk factor for viridans streptococcal bacteremia. Although the association between severe neutropenia and viridans streptococcal bacteremia has been confirmed in some studies, others have indicated that bacteremia can occur in patients with less-severe neutropenia [ 131419 ]. Mucositis, particularly in the oral cavity, appears to be another important factor predisposing patients to estreptcoco streptococcal bacteremia [ 111517 ].
In an analysis of data from 25 neutropenic patients with viridans streptococcal bacteremia [ 15 ], viridans streptococci with the same ribotype as the strain responsible for the bacteremia were recovered from the mouths of all patients before the onset of bacteremia. This demonstrates that the oral cavity is an important source of this microorganism and strongly suggests that disruption of the oral mucosa may lead to development of bacteremia.
Localized oral infection with herpes simplex virus may also be important; this was found to be a risk factor in a study that showed that the incidence of viridans streptococcal bacteremia decreased in allogeneic bone marrow transplant recipients after administration of acyclovir [ 20 ]. However, oral infection with herpes simplex virus has not been identified as a risk factor in other studies. In addition to the oral cavity, the stomach may be an important point of entry for viridans streptococci.
The presence of ulcers induced by chemotherapeutic regimens may allow streptococci to grow in an environment that has been made relatively more alkaline estreptoccoco the administration of antacids or histamine type 2 receptor antagonists. However, this finding has not been confirmed by other studies [ 3 ].
Administration of high-dose cytosine arabinoside has been implicated as another important risk factor for viridans streptococcal bacteremia [ 81216 ].
In addition, repeated administration of high-dose chemotherapy may increase the risk, as was demonstrated in an analysis in which the risk of developing viridans streptococcal estreeptococo was found to be 21 times higher for patients who were repeatedly exposed to high-dose chemotherapy than it was for patients receiving a first course of chemotherapy [ 15 ].
Antimicrobial prophylaxis may also play an important role in the increase in the incidence of viridans streptococcal bacteremia. This is not surprising, because viridans streptococci typically are resistant to these antimicrobial agents, and use of these agents would select for viridans streptococcal colonization.
A consensus is lacking for several other potential risk factors table 2. In some studies, children appear to be at higher risk than adults for viridans streptococcal sepsis [ 10192122 ].
KEGG DISEASE: Viridans group streptococcal infection
Similarly, bone marrow transplantation may also be a risk factor. However, case patients were more likely to have received intravenous hyperalimentation and prophylaxis with trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole or a fluoroquinolone and were more likely to have stayed in a laminar flow room than were control subjects.
In the multivariate analysis, hyperalimentation, a stay in a laminar flow room, and bone marrow transplantation were not significant risk factors for viridans streptococcal bacteremia. In one case study, fever appeared an average of 9. Fever may persist for days, even though blood culture results rapidly become negative.
Other findings include flushing, chills, stomatitis, and pharyngitis. The species usually implicated in this syndrome include S. This syndrome is seldom encountered in patients without neutropenia. Viridans streptococcal shock syndrome may occur early or within 2—3 days after presentation and progresses to respiratory failure within 48 h [ 3471018 ]. Shock may appear despite rapid clearance of viable bacteria from the bloodstream [ 22 ].
In severe cases, ARDS may be observed, usually 2—3 days after the onset of bacteremia. It is unusual, however, to find localized sites of infection. Rash and desquamation of the palms and soles have also been reported usually 8—14 days after the onset of infection [ 7 ]. The rash, when it occurs, is maculopapular, beginning at the trunk and spreading to the face and extremities centrifugally. The causative species in patients with viridans streptococcal shock syndrome has been S.
The pathogenesis of this syndrome is not entirely clear. Although it has been postulated that some viridans streptococcal strains might produce a toxin similar to pyrogenic toxin A, which is produced by group A streptococci [ 22 ], no exotoxin or other virulence factor of viridans streptococci has been directly implicated in this syndrome.
Pulmonary infiltrates are frequent in severe cases of viridans streptococcal bacteremia [ 4 ]. In some cases, this may be related to ARDS, to the pulmonary toxicity of cytosine arabinoside, or to other factors.
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A postmortem study of 3 patients who died after viridans streptococcal viiridans syndrome demonstrated 2 morphological phases [ 10 ]: Initial reports of viridans streptococcal bacteremia in patients with cancer and neutropenia revealed that these microorganisms viridxns uniformly susceptible in vitro to penicillin.
Estreptocodo, resistance of viridans streptococci to a number of antimicrobial agents has been increasingly recognized, and penicillin susceptibility can no longer be assumed. In patients with cancer, neutropenia, and viridans streptococcal bacteremia, similar patterns of resistance have been reported table 3 [ 182728 ]. In vitro resistance of viridans streptococci to viridzns has not been reported. The fluoroquinolones, including the newer agents, are not sufficiently active against viridans streptococci to warrant use in treatment or prophylaxis.
Antimicrobial selection for treatment of viridans streptococcal infections must take into account the local in vitro pattern of antimicrobial susceptibility.
Although this approach may successfully decrease the mortality associated with viridans streptococcal disease, the potential that infections caused by other resistant pathogens, such as vridans Enterococcus species, may be promoted must be carefully considered.
As always, each medical center should develop its own guidelines, but we believe that empirical therapy with vancomycin should be used only for those neutropenic patients with cancer who have shock or are developing ARDS.
However, bacteremia may not always be the only factor leading to the patient’s death.
Because viridans streptococci are now an important emerging pathogen among patients with neutropenia, especially those who are undergoing bone marrow transplantation, some centers are using antimicrobial agents that have in vitro activity against these microorganisms to decrease colonization virirans, it is hoped, to prevent infection [ 34 ]; the agents used have included penicillin, ampicillin, vancomycin, and roxithromycin. At one center, the incidence of streptococcal bacteremia was reduced from In another study, 22 8.
Furthermore, those patients who received a fluoroquinolone and penicillin had an even higher rate of oropharyngeal colonization with viridans streptococci than did patients who received a fluoroquinolone alone. These results contrast with those of another study, esreptococo which prophylactic use of ampicillin failed to decrease the incidence of viridans streptococcal sepsis among bone marrow transplant recipients [ 9 ].
Although the published data generally suggest that prophylactic administration of antimicrobial agents that have in vitro activity against the viridans streptococci reduces the incidence of significant infection, further development of resistance in viridans streptococci and other microorganisms is of great concern [ 1828 ].
In addition, case-fatality rates may be higher among neutropenic patients with penicillin-resistant viridans streptococcal bacteremia than among those with infection caused by penicillin-susceptible strains [ 2734 ].
Given the serious nature of septicemia caused by viridans streptococci and the potential for selection of resistant microorganisms including viridans streptococci, enterococci, and gram-negative bacilli that may cause significant disease and increased morbidity and mortality in neutropenic patients with cancer, we believe that the routine practice of using antimicrobial prophylaxis for this patient group should be reconsidered.
In vitro susceptibility of viridans streptococci isolated from neutropenic patients with cancer to selected antimicrobial agents. Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford. It furthers the University’s objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide.
Sign In or Create an Account. Close mobile search navigation Article navigation. Abstract The frequency of isolation of viridans streptococci from the blood of neutropenic patients with cancer has significantly increased over the course of the last 10—15 years.
Changing epidemiology of infections in patients with neutropenia and cancer: Bacteremia estfeptococo to viridans streptococci in neutropenic patients: Septicemia and shock syndrome due to viridans streptococci: Bacteremia due to viridans streptococcus in neutropenic patients with cancer: Streptococcus viridans bacteremia following autologous peripheral blood estrpetococo cell transplantation.
Septicaemia caused by viridans streptococci in neutropenic patients with leukaemia. Streptococcal bacteremia in adult patients with estreeptococo undergoing aggressive chemotherapy: Streptococcus mitis sepsis in bone marrow transplant patients receiving oral antimicrobial prophylaxis.
Viridans streptococcal bacteraemia in patients with haematological and solid malignancies. Cytosine arabinoside as a major risk factor for Streptococcus viridans septicemia following bone marrow transplantation: Serious complications of bacteremia caused by viridans streptococci in neutropenic patients with cancer. The clinical spectrum of infections with viridans streptococci in bone marrow transplant patients.
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The output shows two values for the resistance:. With this method the resistance of a planing vessel can be calculated. The following limits for the parameters have to be taken into account:. The method is based on J. The following parameter limits have to be taken into account:. In this window all ship’s parameters which are applicable for a certain method should be given. In the list below all existing parameters are included, however, in reality only those relevant for a particular method are shown.
The definition of all parameters hotrop strictly according to the convention of the applied resistance prediction method, which does not have to agree with the PIAS convention.
Below, some guidance on these conventions is given, nevertheless it is recommended to keep the source publications at hand for the details. For the parameters as given at the first menu option, here the resistance approximation is made, and the results are printed in a table. The holtop data as well as the calculated resistance is sent to the propeller calculation module Prop. Similar to the previous option, however, menen the results are send to the PIAS manoeuvring prediction module.
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A Wagner Matinée. By WILLA SIBERT CATHER. I RECEIVED one morning a letter, written in pale ink, on glassy, blue-lined note-paper, and bearing the. In A Wagner Matinee by Willa Cather we have the theme of hardship, struggle, isolation, loss, gratitude and connection. Taken from her The. Regionalism and Local Color. A Wagner Matinee. Short Story by Willa Cather did you know? Willa Cather • had such a sharp memory for mannerisms.
First published in Everybody’s Magazine inWilla Cather’s “A Wagner Matinee” was written early in the author’s career and provides a preview of the tone and style that would later become hallmarks of Cather’s fiction. In this short storyCather explores with stark realism the physically and emotionally damaging effects of pioneer life in rural Nebraska.
The story is narrated by Clark, who hosts his Aunt Georgiana when she comes to Boston after leaving her Nebraskan homestead for the first time in many years. Just as “A Wagner Matinee” features a male character’s point of view, Cather’s later works similarly employ male characters from whose points of view the stories are told.
A Wagner Matinee by Willa Cather
Her first book-length exploration of the frontier setting was the highly acclaimed O Pioneers! While “A Wagner Matinee” is set in Boston, it is a frontier story at its core, in its focus on Aunt Georgiana and her transformation from a music teacher in Boston to a woman worn and wounded in both body and spirit after decades on a Nebraskan homestead. The story traces the emotional response of Aunt Georgiana to a concert of the music of the German composer Richard Wagnera concert that Aunt Georgiana attends with her nephew.
Clark’s observations of his aunt’s behavior and appearance are interspersed with recollections of the harsh years of. Georgiana’s tearful reaction to Wagner’s music suggests a longing for her former, perhaps fuller life in the city. Originally published inthis collection is available in a volume edited by James Woodress and published by the University of Nebraska Press.
Cather revised the story slightly between its magazine publication in and its appearance in The Troll Garden in ; for example, she eliminated some of the harsher details about Georgiana’s appearance in the later version, changing a description of her figure as misshapen to one of her being stooped in posture.
Cather and Mary Virginia Boak Cather. The family moved to Nebraska in to join Charles Cather’s brother and parents, who had already established a ranch on the plains. After a challenging year on the homestead that they had struggled to establish, the Cathers opted to sell their land and settle themselves in the town of Red Cloud. Cather would move again several years later, to begin her college preparatory studies in in Lincoln, followed by four years at the University of Nebraska.
Upon graduation inshe returned home to Red Cloud for a year before departing for Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, to begin a job as a magazine editor in Cather soon landed a job as a newspaper editor and drama reviewer for the Daily Leadera position she held for several years before turning to teaching, first at Pittsburgh’s Central High School and later at Allegheny High School. Cather’s first volume of poetry, April Twilightswas published in The following year Cather included the story in her collection of short stories The Troll Garden.
Shortly after, inCather moved to New York City to accept a position on the editorial staff of McClure’s magazine. Inshe moved into an apartment cathed Edith Lewis, who would become her lifelong companion.
After leaving the magazine inCather began writing and publishing in earnest. Her first novel, Alexander’s Bridgeappeared inand it was soon followed by the two highly acclaimed novels O Pioneers!
While she focused on writing amtinee, producing awgner in the course of her career, Cather also published several volumes of short stories and essays. Her last novel, Sapphira and the Slave Girlwas published in Cather died in her New York City home from a matinde cerebral hemorrhage on April 24, Cather’s “A Wagner Matinee” opens with the narrator, Clark, receiving a letter from Nebraska, which the reader soon learns is from Clark’s Uncle Howard.
The letter informs Clark that his Aunt Georgiana will be visiting him in Boston when she comes to attend to the estate of a deceased relative. Uncle Howard’s letter asks Clark to meet Georgiana at the station and aid her in whatever way is necessary during her stay in Boston.
Upon reading his uncle’s letter, Clark recalls details of his youth spent on his aunt and uncle’s farm in Nebraska. He remembers playing Aunt Wklla piano with fingers sore and raw mxtinee husking corn. At the train station, Clark experiences some challenges in collecting Georgiana.
Not only is she the last of s passengers to disembark, but she is covered with soot and dust from her journey. Springer, settles Georgiana into her quarters for the evening upon her arrival in Clark’s home, and Clark does not see his aunt again until the following morning. Reflecting on Georgiana’s haggard appearance, Clark notes how much the woman has changed since she worked as a music teacher in Boston some three decades ago.
The reader learns from Clark’s recollections that Aunt Georgiana had fallen in love with a young man from the country, wed him, and followed him to the Nebraskan frontier.
Clark mentally enumerates the facts of Georgiana and Howard’s primitive existence and the tolls his aunt’s hard life has exacted on her appearance.
He realizes also how much he owes his matinnee, as she sacrificed much of her time to teach him. She would, he recalls, help him with Latin verb conjugations and listen to him read Shakespeare after she had tucked six matinre into bed.
On the day following Georgiana’s arrival, Clark takes her to a concert given by the Boston Symphony Orchestrawhich would be performing the maatinee of the German composer Richard Wagner. Clark wonders whether Georgiana will, after her years of hardship and deprivation, be able to enjoy or appreciate the music.
She seems reluctant to be out in the city and wilka by tasks left undone back home in Nebraska. As the musicians are seated in the concert hall, Clark ailla his aunt’s reaction closely, noting that she seems to stir with watner and finally begins to become tuned in to her surroundings.
The concert begins, and Aunt Georgiana grasps Clark’s sleeve; he thinks that these first strains of music are breaking thirty cathre of silence inflicted upon his aunt by the Nebraskan plains. Images of Georgiana’s bleak homestead appear in Clark’s mind. Wondering what his aunt is gleaning from the music, he recalls what a good pianist she had once been and remembers the breadth of her musical education. During the intermission, Clark questions his aunt about one of the songs they heard, and she informs him that she has actually heard it before, as sung by a German immigrant back in Red Willow County.
Aunt and nephew briefly discuss the music and its structure. During the second half of the concert, Aunt Georgiana matiner repeatedly. Again Clark wonders how much of the music’s complexities his aunt can comprehend, how much of her ability to process the music has been dissolved through the hard labor and isolation she wagnerr endured for so many years. The concert concludes, and the spectators depart the concert hall, yet Clark and his aunt remain behind.
When Clark addresses Aunt Georgiana, who has made no move to leave, she bursts into tears, telling him that she does not wish to leave. Clark interprets his aunt’s response as an indication not simply of her unwillingness to leave the music behind but also of her extreme reluctance to return to the harshness of her life in Nebraska. Georgiana Carpenter is the wife of Howard Carpenter and the maternal aunt of the narrator, Clark.
From the beginning, wagne reader is offered a will physical portrait of Georgiana, whom Clark initially matihee as “pathetic and grotesque” in her appearance.
Filthy from her travels, Georgiana seems disoriented and fatigued, and Clark comments that only after a little while does she seem to recognize him. Commenting on her meeting of and subsequent wila to Howard, Clark states that at thirty, Georgiana had been “angular” and “spectacled.
He regards her in the same way that explorers are viewed when they return to civilization with missing limbs. He observes that the wind and alkaline water have yellowed her skin so that it is like that of a “Mongolian’s. At the same time, Clark remembers warmly the way Georgiana tutored him when he lived with her as a youth.
She was knowledgeable not only in music but in Latin, mythology, and Shakespeare as well. When Clark struggled with difficult piano pieces, she implored him to not love music too much, because if it were ever to be taken from him, as it was from her, the sacrifice might seem too great. Georgiana does indeed seem to resist her response to the music when Clark takes her to the concert; she attempts to not “love it so well,” as she had once cautioned her nephew.
She seems saddened by listening to the second half of the program, and Clark wonders about her ability to comprehend the structure of the music.
Nevertheless, she appears to ascertain enough about the music to feel moved by it, for she weeps during much of the second half of the concert.
Georgiana does not rise to leave when the music finishes, instead sobbing to Clark that she does want to go. Howard Carpenter is the husband of Georgiana ctaher the uncle of Clark. He sends Clark a letter informing him that Georgiana will be coming to Boston to attend to the estate of a bachelor relative who has died. Howard requests in his letter that Clark meet Georgiana at the train station and silla her in whatever way he can.
Clark notes that, “characteristically,” Howard put off writing the letter for matineee long that Clark would have missed his aunt entirely if he had been away from home for the day. Clark additionally reveals a little of Howard’s character as the story progresses, describing him as having been “the most idle and shiftless of all the village lads” in one of the mountain towns to which Georgiana had gone to teach music.
The reader is additionally informed that Howard was twenty-one when he met the thirty-year-old Georgiana, whom he followed back to Boston when ny returned. Waggner pair eloped, and Howard took his new bride to the frontier in Nebraska. According to Clark, Georgiana’s friends and family were critical of her decision to wed Howard, whom Clark points out “of course” had no financial security to offer Georgiana.
Clark is the narrator of “A Wagner Matinee. Clark does cathsr reveal much about himself directly throughout the course of the story. His reflections pertain primarily to his aunt, although he does comment about the years he spent on Georgiana and Howard’s Nebraskan homestead. Much of what the reader caher about Clark’s character is gleaned from his views about his aunt.
He seems to revere her for the sacrifices she has made and is, at the same time, somewhat repulsed by the woman into which wagne has degenerated. Pity and revulsion are the first emotions that rise up when he recalls her appearance, and reading her name in his uncle’s letter dredges up in Clark powerful memories from his youth when he was a shy, “gangling farmer-boy,” with hands “cracked and sore from the corn husking.
After seeing his aunt disembark from the train and escorting her home, Clark’s response to her is again a combination of positive and negative feelings. He wagher upon her disfigured appearance just prior to discussing the respect he has for her. Clark then, in a somewhat condescending tone, describes the absurdity of Georgiana’s attraction to Howard when the couple first met and remarks that “of course” Howard was penniless when the pair left for Nebraska. Clark’s continued fascination with the flaws in his aunt’s physical appearance is revealed when he describes her drab clothing, sallow skin, and poor posture.
These exterior matnee Clark juxtaposes with the “reverential affection” he possesses for Georgiana. He fondly recalls all she taught him despite her personal fatigue and suffering, admitting how much he owes her. During the course of the Wagner concert, to which Clark takes his aunt in an effort to entertain her with the music that so inspired her life years ago, Clark’s attitude is a mixture of pity and concern. He wonders on more than one occasion if she is able to understand the intricacies of the music’s structure and composition.
He worries that perhaps he should have left her memories undisturbed, so as to have let her remain in what he perceives to be a numbed state. When at the end of the concert Georgiana sobs and blurts that matihee does not want to go, Clark claims to understand her despair.
For her, he states, just beyond the door of the concert hall lies the rough aa life that she has temporarily left behind. Having tasted her former life once again, Georgiana is desperate to forestall her return to Nebraska, Clark assumes. Springer father the landlady at the boarding house where Clark, the narrator of the story, lives.
She shows Georgiana to her room, and Clark matiner the consideration Mrs. Springer shows Georgiana by hiding any surprise she might have had at Georgiana’s bedraggled appearance.
A Wagner Matinee by Willa Cather
Although “A Wagner Matinee” is set in Boston, the story is at its core about life on the western frontier. In particular, the harshness of frontier living is contrasted with the pleasantness of urban society in the Northeast.
Through the observations of her narrator, Clark, Cather takes pains to demonstrate the brutal effects of frontier living on the former Boston music teacher, Georgiana. Her appearance is regarded natinee horrifying and alien.
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Show more Show less. Bronchial hyperreactivity BHR is a characteristic of bronchial asthma. Patients with allergic rhinitis who do not report symptoms of bronchial asthma on spirometry show BHR, which could indicate the presence of subclinical inflammation of the lower respiratory airway.
The aim of this study was to investigate whether the patients diagnosed with allergic rhinitis in our unit without symptoms of bronchial asthma had bronchial hyperreactivity and to determine which allergens caused these symptoms in our patients. We performed a retrospective, observational study of patients diagnosed with allergic rhinitis in our Allergy Unit between August and December The patients’ medical records were reviewed and data on the following were gathered: A total of medical records of patients with allergic rhinitis were reviewed.
Of these, 68 did not report symptoms of bronchial asthma 35 men and 33 women aged between 4 and 18 years. All patients who showed bronchial hyperreactivity were sensitized to mites and only one of these reported seasonal rhinitis.
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In A Horse and Two Goats by R.K. Narayan we have the theme of confusion, tradition, culture, identity, arrogance and conflict. Narrated in the. A Horse and Two Goats. R. K. Narayan Author Biography. NewDay USA VA Refinance – Save Thousands Per Year. Refinance up to % of your home. A HORSE AND TWO GOATSby R. K. Narayan, “A Horse and Two Goats,” by R. K. Narayan appeared, in a somewhat different form, in The New Yorker in.
Narayan appeared, in a somewhat different form, in The New Yorker in It was first published in its present form in the collection A Horse and Two Goats and was later included in Under the Banyan Treea selection of Narayan’s stories to Narayan is admired as a writer whose novels and stories are remarkably consistent in quality.
Nevertheless, it is a tale that perfectly displays his mastery of the short story form. Muni, the central character of the story, is a typical Narayan hero who has achieved little and who feels that he has been dealt with unsympathetically by the world around him and by fate.
Unlike most of Narayan’s heroes, however, he is a lower-class village peasant, rather than the usual middle-class Malgudi dweller, and he is very poor, as the appalling conditions of his life, always present behind ad humor of the story, attest. Indeed, on one level this tale provides the non-Indian reader with a glimpse of the type of poverty and hardship that must be endured by the millions of Indians who, like Muni, have barely enough food to keep them alive:.
His wife lit the domestic fire at dawn, boiled water in a mud pot, threw into it a handful of millet flour, added salt, and gave him his first nourishment of the day. When he started out, she would put in his hand a packed lunch, once again the same millet cooked into a little ball, which he could swallow with a raw onion at midday.
Narayan has on occasion been criticized for focusing on middle-class urban India in his stories, thereby excluding the poor of rural India who continue to make up the vast majority of the population. But Narayan’s purpose as a storyteller has never been to educate the non-Indian reader about India. Thus, although we can learn specific things about village life in India from this story, it is not about Indian problems or about Indian sensibilities as such.
While what happens in “A Horse and Two Goats” is accurate to the particular of the Indian experience, it deliberately deals with themes that are quintessentially human.
William Walsh has suggested that it is a story about misunderstanding, a story about the gap between supposed and real understanding, a story about the element of incomprehension in human relationships. In a deceptively simple, linear narrative Narayan unfolds the story of Muni, an old goatherd.
In keeping with his usual narrative formula, Narayan carefully follows Muni as he goes about his daily, frequently humiliating existence—eating his meager breakfast, visiting the local shopkeeper in a typically unsuccessful attempt to get a few items of food on credit, and then taking his two scraggy goats to graze near the foot of the horse statute at the edge of the village.
He spends the rest of his day crouching in the shade offered by the clay horse or watching the traffic pass on the highway.
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Once the nature of Muni’s world has been narayna, both the plot and the comedy of the story hinge on the disruption of that routine as they do with the arrival of Vasu in The Man-Eater of Malgudi or of Tim in The World of Nagaraj. This is a formula Narayan uses frequently, and always with consummate skill. In “A Horse and Two Goats” the seemingly timeless routine is interrupted when a car stops and a “red-faced foreigner,” an American whose vehicle has run out of fuel, asks for directions r, the nearest gas station.
This is where the comedy of misunderstanding takes over.
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After initially thinking that he is being questioned about a crime by the khaki-clad foreigner, whom he assumes must be either a policeman or a soldier, Muni concludes that the man wants to buy his goats.
Meanwhile, the red-faced American, assuming that the Tamil peasant owns the clay horse statute, which to the villagers, as Muni explains, “is our guardian, it goatx death to our adversaries,” sets about trying to buy it so yhat he can take it back to the United States to decorate his living room, “I’m going to keep him right in the middle of the room … we’ll stand around him and have our drinks. The humor and the irony of this tale lies in the total, benign incomprehension that exists between the two, not only in the way neither understands the other’s language but also in the absolute contrast of their cultural and economic norse, emphasized by the way in which each values the clay horse.
Much of this is conveyed through the wonderful double discourse that makes up a significant part of the story, with each of the characters happily developing his own hermetically sealed interpretation of the other’s words and gestures. The story’s charm lies in the way Narayan refrains from passing judgment.
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