Chicken run by Nonia W. Dodd

By Nonia W. Dodd

The chickens of coop 17 plot a bold get away to prevent being made into pies by way of the evil Mrs Tweedy. in accordance with the hilarious lively movie from the Oscar-winning staff who additionally created 'Wallace and Gromit'.

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The illustrations in the Judeo-Persian manuscripts are part of the long Persian tradition of manuscript illustration. Placing them within that tradition involves a consideration of the ways they resemble—and differ from—their predecessors in sixteenth-century illustration, as well as the ways they resemble and differ from royal Safavid manuscript illustration in the late-seventeenthcentury style of Isfahan. A sixteenth-century manuscript of Nizami from Shiraz in the Los Angeles County Museum of Art includes several scenes paralleled in the Judeo-Persian Khosrou and Shirin.

An image of Hainan as Vizier (fig. 11) shows his power in terms contemporary Safavid grandees might have used. Haman is visiting his palace under construction. Domes and arches rise above a high podium. A niche bears images of courtly power: a mural showing a rider, accompanied by a youth and a dog, passing a worker. Haman and his entourage mirror the image on the wall of his new palace. , pi. 14) show other trappings of power that Jews would have known in Isfahan. The king sits on a raised platform, while his astrologers kneel on the rug before him.

1398. Judeo-Persian Illustrated Manuscripts * 39 The images match Nizami's narration in this regard, for, in the text, Shirin's beauty never changes, no matter what happens to her; it is a reflection of God's love. Hence Nizami can continually compare her face to the moon or the stars. The illustrations in the Judeo-Persian manuscripts are part of the long Persian tradition of manuscript illustration. Placing them within that tradition involves a consideration of the ways they resemble—and differ from—their predecessors in sixteenth-century illustration, as well as the ways they resemble and differ from royal Safavid manuscript illustration in the late-seventeenthcentury style of Isfahan.

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