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the patterned, recurring alternation of contrasting elements, such as stressed and unstressed notes in music

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a recurrent rhythmical series

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Weintraub cuenta que cuando esta terminando de escribir un largo estudio sobre la poesia del chileno, lee El poeta anonimo (o el eterno presente de Juan Luis Martinez) y le queda dando vueltas en la cabeza el otro, el otro Martinez, asi que se consigue un ejemplar de Le silence et sa brisure, lee los poemas y descubre todo: los poemas en frances son los mismos poemas que se publicaron bajo el titulo Poemas del otro.
Avant tout cette rememoration meme, qui se donne comme une oeuvre d'un type nouveau, issue d'une brisure historique pleinement assumee.
Cette breche, durant la decennie qui precede la Revolution tranquille, devient finalement brisure avec << Le temps des hommes >>; les << tourments de la foi>> dechirent les ecrivains catholiques et le choc entre l'eglise et ses ouailles s'amplifie.
Vide ontologique ne' d'une tragique brisure a Porigine de Pexistence et qui genere "une compulsion de repetition" parce que nous essayons constainment de compenser la perte de cet objet du desir.
Cette breche, durant la decennie qui precede la Revolution tranquille, devient finalement brisure avec <<Le temps des hommes>>; les <<tourments de la foi>> dechirent les ecrivains catholiques et le choc entre l'Eglise et ses ouailles s'amplifie.
7) It has been suggested that Chretien de Troyes' use of the brisure du couplet is similar in back and forward syntactic structure to the Squire's use of enjambment.
La brisure et l'attente, 1930-1955, Paris: Seuil/La Decouverte, 1995,
A un troisieme niveau, dans le corps du recit, s'eleve la voix du protagoniste intradiegetique, niveau enclenche par un demarcatif (l'alinea) et une brisure : << La declaration suivante [.
If we follow up the analysis on strict theoretical lines, we can go as far as to contend that the recurrent real-mythic space dichotomy embodies a site of brisure (Derrida 341), in that it operates as a trope of the characters' existential precariousness and territorial dislocation.
The hinge, la brisure, connotes contradictory meanings, as Jacques Derrida points out in Of Grammatology, for a hinge is both a break and a join, a cracking apart and a folding together; (27) ultimately, the hinge is "the hollow of differance" (69), the place where the same and the not-same roll over and around each other, the place from which the Other is born.
Pierre Vidal-Naquet, Memoires I: la brisure et l'attente (Paris: Seuil, 1995), 76.
An interpretation is no longer an explanation, but a performance which makes something happen, serving the proactive, the political, the Derridean brisure syndrome, the so-called "cross-cultural discourse" as a staging of different cultures under mutually alien conditions showing modes of translatability within a reductive discourse of interpretation.
2) Dans celle-ci, le leitmotiv du jaillissement et de l'evacuation de l'eau dans les toilettes d'un restaurant est assimile par extension au flux et reflux de la mer, scansion du rythme binaire de l'ecriture, la brisure et le manque, rappelant The Waves.
The exhibition's very title is bloated with postmodern/poststructuralist signifiers: the notion of drifting evokes the names of Deleuze, Guattari, Lyotard; more distantly (but no less chicly), it recalls the derive of the Situationists; the solidus itself materializes a sort of Derridean brisure.
Saldivar describes in the following way how these texts project, as products of a historical brisure, the future concerns of Chicano narrative: "Like the folk base text, the Border corrido, Chicano narrative after Paredes' work and after Pocho will continue to emphasize in no uncertain terms the importance of cultural conflict in its formation .