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At every turn of his narrative, through poetic effusion, intellectual camraderie, or the pursuit of well-being in the business of culture, they seek to evade the desperate energy of their "wild bodies," Wyndham Lewis's apt term for his own anarchically gyrating satirical puppets (see The Wild Body (1927)).
Lorca, Robert Bly, and, more recently, Edward Hirsch have called the leaping, anarchically creative spirit duende, from the Spanish for "lord of the house," and Hirsch specifically refers to Plath "storming upward through the air" in the Ariel poems.
The reprise is as anarchically witty as ever, with tales starring a diverse range of characters including pirates, cyclists, architect and Joseph Stalin
Callahan, for the uninitiated, is an anarchically hilarious cartoonist who became a quadriplegic at the age of 21 in a car accident.
The infinite 'presents' itself anarchically, but thematization loses the anarchy which alone can accred it it.
And Douglas Adams' trilogy of anarchically inventive science fiction humour, The Hitch Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy (1979), The Restaurant at the End of the Universe (1980) and Life, the Universe and Everything (1982), whilst touching on many profoundly religious questions, contains little that could be properly described as numinous.
Otherwise, the post-Cold War world will crack up anarchically along ethnic lines, with the cruelest taking all, he said.
In it, Bard anarchically crossbreeds two disparate influences: Godard's La Chinoise and Warhol's films and Factory.
His waiting room is constantly, often anarchically packed, his loyal nursing staff (headed by a Shelley Long who's funnier than she's been for years) is doting and resourceful, and his comfortable home is awash in blond beauty: wife Kate (Farrah Fawcett), adult daughters Dee Dee (``Almost Famous,'' Kate Hudson) and Connie (Tara Reid), and his recently divorced sister-in-law Peggy (Laura Dern) and her three little girls.
Kafka's essay begins with an engaging list of its advantages, put together somewhat anarchically, like the Chinese taxonomy of animals quoted from Borges by Foucault at the beginning of The Order of Things.
It was all there, or seemed to be: Respecting Mertz's regard for process over the individual object, the curators--art historian Karin Hindsbo (the director of the nonprofit Den Frie Udstillingsbygning) and artist Jorgen Michaelsen--defied curatorial polish with a Dadaist hanging of collages, paintings, and objects that spread anarchically through the gallery and included notebooks as well as films and sound works.
No apologies for saying we should improve our National Health Service and our anarchically decaying transport system before we embark on this grand frippery.
Occasionally funny, more often as anarchically nihilistic as a dirty joke, what Coover is up to in ``John's Wife'' echoes the more extreme hallucinogenic action of his earlier novels.
3 Relax It's Only a Bad Cosima von Bonin Show The catalogue accompanying Merlin Carpenter's exhibition at Galerie Bleich-Rossi in Vienna is one of the most anarchically devised artist's books in print.
The Munich reincarnation riffed on goofy Hofmannesque homologies between form, color, and common objects, giving rise to an anarchically composed assemblage that included a shelving unit housing exchangeable objects for which visitors could barter.