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Re: Re: Beauty

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Debi13
Fri, 30 Oct 1998 22:13:30 EST


In a message dated 10/30/98 9:18:18 PM, ronmoore wrote:

<<I agree fully with her suggestion that
Ivan Albright's INTO THE WORLD THERE CAME A SOUL CALLED IDA (1929-30) is a
marvelous starting point.>>

Thanks Ron, my students always come to the conclusion that physical beauty is
only "skin deep" and that every one needs more. They also deal with the what
mental image Ida sees when she looks into the mirror at herself. Does she see
what she wants to see, what she is or what she fears. We deal with the teen
issue on this topic. It opens up a great deal of discussion on beauty which I
think fits right in with the Greek Ideal.
Debi B-H
Ivan Albright's INTO THE WORLD THERE CAME A SOUL CALLED IDA (1929-30) is a
marvelous starting point.>>