By Kate Perry
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A Laurel Heights Novel, publication 7
First rule of matchmaking: Don't fall in love together with your client.
Second rule of matchmaking: Don't fall in love along with your client!
Valentine Jones hasn't ever been reliable at following principles, particularly the one who concerns such a lot: following the relations culture of being a matchmaker. She's attempted, yet she occurs to suck at it. So whilst her mom swoops in to assist, Valentine is set to turn out she doesn't desire a babysitter.
Enter Ethan "The Predator" Hunter, ex-fighter and all-around hunk. occupation on carry as a result of harm, his sole concentration is to come back within the ring. He has no real interest in the people--until Valentine units her matchmaking attractions on him. without warning Ethan's international is full of nonstop commotion and classes on attracting girls. simply Ethan doesn't need a random lady. He desires his matchmaker--rules be damned.
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Extra resources for Tamed by You (Laurel Heights, Book 7)
R . Petruck (N. Y. : Dutton , 1 979) , Vol . I I , pp . 25-40. Laszlo Moholy-Nagy, "A New I nstrument of Questioning Media Vision , " in The Camera Viewed. Vol . I , p . 166 . 1 2 . Moholy-Nagy, 1 67 . 1 3 . Frank Gllette , Video Process and Meta Process (Syracuse , N . Y. : Everson Museum of Art , 1 973) , pp . 2 1 -22 . 1 4 . Hollis Frampton , Circles of Confusion ( Roch ester, N . Y. : Visual Studies Workshop , 1 983) , pp . 1 66-67 . For a similar affirmation of the medium-based potential of special-effects video , see the interview with Richard Lorber.
Film came to be established as an art because masterpieces, such as the highly theatrical work of Chaplin , were produced in that medium . It is not the possi bili ty of purity or the efficient production of a unique effect that wins a medium a place among the arts , but the creation of interest ing , though often "impure , " works . The medium specificity theorist may also rely on the division of labor notion as a defensive gambi t . That i s , opponents of emerging media may claim that a new medium is extraneous , since an existing artform already does what the new medium aspires to .
Jean B aptiste Dubos , James Harris , Moses Me ndelsohn , and most famously, Gotthold Ephraim Lessing revolted against the kind of art theory proposed in Charles B atteux's tract entitled The Fine A rts Reduced to the Same Principle. 5 As B atteux's title should suggest , pre-Enlightenment art theorizing tended to treat all arts as the same e . g . , as striving for the same effect , such as the imitation of the beautiful in nature . Enlight enment proponents such as Lessing , pos sessed by the epoch's zeal for distinctions , sought to differentiate the arts in terms of their medium-specific ingredients .