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The shift between inscape and recovery is small, but important.
Inscape mapping occurs in pieces devoted to the writer's obsession with images of snow and cold, her epistolary art, and her construction of "wombscapes" in spheres and places commonly assigned to males.
The figures were thrown up by research to update Inscape and think tank the Future Foundation's joint study, The Emergence of the Mass Affluent, published two years ago.
Talking about the hay stacked in a barn, Hopkins says, "I thought how sadly beauty of inscape was unknown and buried away from simple people and yet how near at hand it was if they had eyes to see it and it could be called out everywhere again.
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For many years, he was on the editorial board of this magazine, and we inherit many of his passions: for instance our stress on interiors, in which Casson excelled, and on which he published a most perceptive book Inscape.
In 1980 he joined the Sadler's Wells Royal Ballet (later renamed the Birmingham Royal Ballet), where he choreographed Inscape in 1990, for which he received a Laurence Olivier Award nomination.
As his career slowed down in the '70s, Copland was divorced on all sides--intellectuals disdained him for being popular, while mainstream fans didn't know what to make of less accessible pieces like Inscape.
This treasury hoards up things worth seeing and things he has never yet encountered: "This skeleton inscape of a spray-end of ash I broke at Wimbledon that summer is worth noticing" (200); "such a lovely damasking in the sky as today I never felt before" (207); "Never saw the crimson nut-buds on the hazel till today .
Porteous-like, Hopkins lamented in his Journal how the "beauty of inscape was unknown and buried away from simple people and yet how near at hand it was if they had eyes to see it.
Acquisition and Divestiture in Professional/Trade: In February, Wiley acquired Inscape Holdings, a leading provider of workplace learning and assessment solutions, for $85 million in cash.
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