Tuesday, March 27, 2018

Francis Bacon: A Brush with Violence (2017)

This program contains some solid dialect.

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Three figures, phallic necks.

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There's unified with a kind of paw on what resembles

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an enormous scouring brush,

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which is growling.

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Also, they're baying their outrage, their agony, their doubt of life.

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To the general population who strolled into the Lefevre Gallery that day...

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..that was a stun. That is to say, they had never truly observed anything like it.

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It was soon after the war and individuals would not like to be bothered.

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They'd been profoundly aggravated as of now.

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Something softens up that canvas,

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in English culture.

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Art had turned out to be wild.

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Those things are all out of sight, they all educate the work.

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Be that as it may, you commit an error in the event that you clarify the sketches

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through the war. What Bacon did was something other than what's expected.

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Such huge numbers of individuals of my age,

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that is the place they first observed a picture by Francis Bacon.

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Be that as it may, no one knew who Francis Bacon was.

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Soon after the war, my mom had a house in South Kensington,

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furthermore, I was continually watching what was happening outside.

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Furthermore, I saw some individual who was conveying a substantial canvas.

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What's more, I don't know why I felt it -

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"This person must be Francis Bacon."

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What's more, he went into a house inverse my mom's home,

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I was completely interested by him.

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What's more, we progressed toward becoming companions.

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He resembled nobody else on the planet.

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He lived in an extremely amazing studio.

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Everything was torn, everything was messy, everything was great.

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A great deal of unimaginably solid mixed drinks,

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so you got put truly fast.

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And after that Nanny would show up every once in a while and say,

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"Would anyone like comment, know, a comment?"

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What's more, this didn't mean, you know, Player's cigarettes.

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MATCH STRIKES AND FLARES

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She was his youth caretaker.

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I think he loved her.

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She resembled a mother to him.

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Obviously, the entire story is... It's so amusing, truly.

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She considered the kitchen table.

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She was thoroughly visually impaired.

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How on earth she cooked and how she realized what she was doing, I don't have the foggiest idea.

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She sorted out the betting gatherings that he gave,

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that is one of the ways he profited.

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After the war, the whole kind of bohemian London

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started to mix around the Gargoyle and afterward,

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obviously, with the opening of The Colony Room by Muriel Belcher,

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that turned into the epicenter of the lives of a large portion of the painters and,

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obviously, Francis Bacon was a piece of that.

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I have no natural thought when I initially experienced Francis.

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I most recall him in The Colony,

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furthermore, Muriel said that I was the main individual

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who was permitted in from the age of 12.

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Francis had a phenomenal ability to exploit any circumstance

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in which he got himself

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also, to transform it into something magnificent

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also, mystical.

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Thus you were promptly...

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..charmed by his quality.

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He resembled a bit of power coming into the room.

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That is to say, magnetism spilled out of him, you couldn't take your eyes off him,

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you know, he shot around like a winged creature, and these exceptional eyes.

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Muriel offered him a £10 retainer, seven days to get his companions,

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which he continued to do.

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Interpretation FROM FRENCH:

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Indeed, this was the period of existentialism,

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this is the age when everyone felt this could be the last,

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their last minutes, so they were living in an extremely restless sort of air.

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We do with our life what we can and after that we kick the bucket.

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What else can you... What else is there?

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Also, on the off chance that some person is exceptionally mindful of that, maybe...

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Maybe it turns out in their work.

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I think he considered life to be a hazard.

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It additionally interested him, I think,

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the possibility that shot assumed such a major part in everything.

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Furthermore, he positively connected that to painting.

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On the off chance that anything ever works, for my situation...

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..all things considered, shot and what I bring mishap assumes control.

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Absolutely, in his composition, I mean, he would...

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..bet everything on the following brush stroke.

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That is dependably, continually going to energize, to see some individual in that

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circumstance and, you know,

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it resembles watching some individual strolling the tightrope to check whether they succeed or fizzle.

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For example, that canvas in the Museum of Modern Art,

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I initially endeavored to complete a gorilla in a cornfield.

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At that point I endeavored to complete a winged creature landing.

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And afterward, progressively, every one of the imprints I'd made recommended this other picture,

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which is an absolutely unintentional picture.

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I'd never thought of completing a picture like that ever in my life.

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I can recollect, you know, truly contemplating for quite a while,

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the umbrella in the sides of hamburger.

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Furthermore, I thought, how's he made that umbrella so unnerving?

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It's simply such an ordinary question.

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You know, you get throaty sentiments from depictions

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what's more, passionate works of art, and it's simply paint.

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Be that as it may, it resembles it doesn't feel like paint, it feels considerably more brutal.

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You know, it takes advantage of something in your oblivious, which is dull and,

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you know, energizing.

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When I met him, I couldn't compare only the general kind of tipsy nonsense

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that went on, which I discovered tremendously engaging,

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with these turned repulsions.

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This is the considerable focal conundrum about Bacon.

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Where did the dimness originate from?

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I was conceived in Ireland, and I was raised an out of control Protestant...

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..without any convictions, obviously!

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Neither my mom or dad were Irish

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be that as it may, by the by, I was raised in Kildare.

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My dad was a coach of race stallions.

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In the last meeting that Bacon at any point did,

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he discussed his adolescence and

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said it resembled something chilly and something hard, similar to a square of ice.

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What's more, he credited that to his timidity, which originated from being asthmatic,

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that he couldn't interface on the planet similarly that conventional young men could.

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Envision experiencing childhood in an especially horsey outdoorsy world,

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what's more, envision that you have delicate lungs that are pummeled by any kind of tidy

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furthermore, you fundamentally needed to heave your way through life.

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This had a tremendous impact on Bacon.

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In the artistic creations, I trust it comes over.

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It's as if the air has been drawn out, has been drained out of the space,

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what's more, the figures are there, up against the glass,

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relatively getting a handle on for breath.

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He was experiencing childhood in Ireland. By the age of 12,

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what do you do when you've started to have gay impulses?

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It was a profound situated, profound established issue with his dad.

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Bacon's dad, Eddie, was an extremely troublesome character.

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Francis Bacon disillusioned him significantly.

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It was a genuinely awful youth.

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His dad got his stable young men to whip him,

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also, I imagine that began maybe a couple things off.

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He some of the time discussed it and he stated, he said it to me secretly...

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..that one of his...

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..troublesome elements throughout his life was that he extremely rather despised his dad

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be that as it may, he discovered his dad sexually alluring.

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Francis was a conceived masochist.

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It wasn't something that he took up later for kicks.

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Francis was totally a masochist.

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Additional fascinating, obviously, is that he at that point went into the stables and

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had sexual relations with the men of the hour.

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What's more, I think the buggering in the outbuilding was a kind of critical angle

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of his experience.

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It was an extremely odd kind of circumstance.

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Furthermore, the father couldn't manage it.

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So he needed him out of the house...

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furthermore, attempt and get him fixed.

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He went to...

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..a more seasoned man whom his family, I figure, thought would be a decent sidekick for him

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in any case, who ended up being swinger.

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Interpretation FROM FRENCH:

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He let it know with no feeling of hurt at the same time, indeed, I think he'd been profoundly,

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profoundly injured by this,

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by this dismissal.

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Berlin was colossal to him,

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as it moved toward becoming to an entire age of gay people around his age.

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He enjoyed the interest, the flexibility, the total absence of...

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..expert, as it were, which was enormously persuasive on him.

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Francis experienced Berlin while at its most broadly defiled...

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..where there were these insane bars and perversion was the kind of the period.

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Individuals have endeavored to clarify Francis Bacon as a requital theme against his dad.

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When he cleared out Berlin, where was his regular proclivity?

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It was France.

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He considered this to be the Olympus of the workmanship world, and Francis Bacon fell in

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adore with Paris and Parisian craftsmanship from his first excursion there in 1928.

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Furthermore, that was a consistent all through his whole life.

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I remained for a brief span in Paris and it was about that time,

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at Rosenberg's, I saw a display of Picasso.

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Also, I think, right then and there, I thought, "Well, I will attempt and paint, as well."

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Francis Bacon's first profession is a bit darkened on the grounds that what he did in

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Paris in his well known outing, once he cleared out Berlin, has been a subject of much secret.

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He had a few associations into the plan universe of Paris,

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we know without a doubt.

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When he came to London, a little-known actuality that we've found,

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he set up himself in most profound Chelsea and was, for three or four years,

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some portion of an imperative outline and inside brightening world.

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He stayed silent about all that, he never said it.

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