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Feeling honoured to write complicatedly and a trend towards mannerism were the reasons.
While one is based on the complicatedly calculated mutation of a formal progression, the other, Untitled, 1991, is made of stacked table trestles and functions as an example of a freestyle approach to the variable.
Moore maps this traffic with particular attention to "illicit" or already well-travelled and complicatedly valued words in Muldoon's poetry, and her work of "reading [words] back" into the text suggests, as she argues, that "any easy animobility or poetry in motion is thwarted by an ungetroundable roadblock, stopped in and by its tracks at the border of its own contingent logic made visible" (78).
Richard Buxton is one of several recent Homeric scholars who has observed the frequency with which the setting or substance of Homer's similes contradicts, rather than complements, the main narrative of the poems such that the Homeric simile "stands in a relationship of complicatedly ironical inversion of that main narrative" (2004, 149).
Even 10 years after her death, we are still gripped by the complicatedly tangled love life.
Hugh Leonard in his complicatedly structured play, Love in the Title (1999), also uses the device, where three generations of a family imaginatively meet.
As the principle figure of this attachment, hypochondria is complicatedly understood by Beddoes as dis-ease in determinations of health.
Of course, Stan's aspirations turn out to be anything but simple: His rental home comes with an attitudinal ``butler'' (Brian Howe), and his appointed cameraman (Eric Lively) comes with an attitudinal father (Fred Willard), who complicates Stan's complicatedly simple life.
1998) (stating that Bushell's Case "effectively insulated the jury's decisionmaking from court interference `wherein they resolve both law and fact complicatedly, and not the fact by itself'" (misquoting Bushell's Case, 124 Eng.
As our interior decor becomes more and more minimal, our bodies become as colourfully, complicatedly naff as Granny's cushion covers.
Though, truth be told, she has been known to paint onto canvas; as something of an ars poetica, Adorno's severe yet complicatedly lyric aphorism that "with Sch[ddot{o}]nberg, affability ceases.
At the same time, however, a certain strength is drawn from the position of deprivation: moral right, to put it most simply, but, more complicatedly, a moral strength which derives from an awareness of the historical processes at work.
This discordia concors, every bit as complicatedly simple as a Metaphysical conceit, produces a unique work that is unlike anything else.
In particular, scholars and reviewers have frequently memorialized Smart by installing her at the centre of their readings of her novel, while Smart's own paratextual flirtations with regard to the book's referentiality have complicatedly supported this process.
Complicatedly orchestrated, the ensemble of voices built from an insidious chattering to a loud barrage of speech.