GOLEM


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GOLEMGenetically Organized Lifelike Electro Mechanics
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But the Golem is dormant no longer and in the Hollywood Hills is a grisly murder scene.
A similar pattern is seen in Dan Lena and the Limehouse Golem with the replication of the Rateliffe Highway murders.
This association is important not only because of the geographic and temporal proximity of all these men, but also because of connections dating from the Middle Ages between alchemy and the Jewish Cabala, a portion of which contains details about creating a golem.
The House of Representatives, acting as a body, embodies the most heinous machinations of the ancient legend of a mythical beast called the Golem.
For Associate Editor Stacia Golem, with her new BlackBerry, it's a means of checking her e-mail, texting friends, and surfing the Internet.
The Golem and the Wondrous Deeds of the Maharal of Prague by Yudl Rosenberg (Author), Translated from Hebrew by Curt Leviant (Translator and Editor), Yale University Press, New Haven, CT, 220 pages, hardcover price: $25.
The two work in an abandoned garden to form a golem, a man made of clay--and then Mouldy meets his death.
In Frankfurt they have also been able to go much further, showing the 1920s silent films, Der Golem wie er in die Welt kam and Zur Chronik von Grieshuus--for which Poelzig created fantastical buildings and landscapes - and offering a tour, led by architect Christoph Mackler, through the I.
The Jewish fairy tale The Golem of Prague provides one of the finest examples of this synthesis of history, culture and religion in its hero the Rabbi Judah Ben Loewe, (2) known as the Maharal.
In Lewisohn's 1931 novel The Last Days of Shylock, Shakespeare's Shylock, a bad golem, is transformed into a good golem (129)--someone whom Shakespeare's Shylock would consider an impostor.
THE STORY: Terrific box-set of film-buff favourites such as silent classic The Cabinet of Dr Caligari, Joe May's moving Asphalt, Paul Wegener's Der Golem and Marlene Dietrich in The Blue Angel (in German and English).
All that remained of this once great civilization were some scattered mechanical parts and the occasional remnants of a legendary golem -- huge mechanical devices built to serve mankind.