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What is worth noting is the origin of the Out People motif: mutants and deviations often populate the worlds of post-apocalyptic stories, the above-mentioned example of Wyndham's The Chrysalides being the best known; but the way they are described is usually quite different.
Walter Miller, A Canticle for Leibovitz (Philadelphia, Lippincott and London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1960) and John Wyndham, The Chrysalides (London: Joseph, 1955).
Creating chrysalides: After about a week, it was time for their journey to the top of the container, where they instinctively crawled, flipped upside down and changed into chrysalides.
Anne-Marie Sohn, Chrysalides, Femmes dans la vie privee (XIXe-XXe sieles), 2 vol.
In the undulating bathtubs of his bathing series, might we also see the chrysalides of the metamorphosis of Bonnard's artistic reputation, a reevaluation of the artist that, after a hundred years, is still in flux?
Take care when tidying up your garden for winter not to disturb chrysalides, caterpillars or eggs.
An enclosed glass "birthing room" (called a puparium) offers a fascinating view of fledgling butterflies emerging from the chrysalides that protect them during metamorphosis.
The chrysalides Buffalo Bill cherishes bear more than a passing resemblance to Kawakubo's bumps or pods.
Lands may be burned as part of a fire ecology plan when butterflies are still immobile as chrysalides and incapable of escaping the flames.
These odd, yet beautifully translucent and luminous forms resemble tightly wound chrysalides seemingly in a dormant state.
In preparation for his installation Elipsis (Ellipsis, 1994) - a collection of several works, revealing the complexity of his use of the idea of transformation - he kept hundreds of larvae at home in boxes, hidden from the light, until they turned into chrysalides.