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The women whose crimes I uncovered gave birth within a society that did not allocate them "permission" to be mothers, something that the corporeality of pregnancy made it impossible for them not to be.
That feeling of unease will stay with the reader as Brinkema, in her corrective to underanalyzed affect, deals with corporeality only as a form on screen to be discerned in the visual, rhythmic, and aural forces of the text itself: "montage, camera movement, mise-en-scene, .
Not only does it self-reflexively reveal language itself as physical, emphasising it as composed of material signs and presenting literary techniques (imagery, metaphor, symbol, rhythm, and onomatopoeia, for example) as emphasising this materiality, it also draws an emphatic connection between language and corporeality.
Neal juxtaposes the public panic over Vandross's supposedly homosexual corporeality with the heterosexual cooptation of his ballads in an effort to highlight the dichotomy of the queer soul man.
While rejecting Julia Kristeva's essentialized, reduced representation of Chinese women as infantile and primitive beings, Fu employs the theory of abjection and supplements this theoretical and psychoanalytical framework with Elizabeth Grosz's theories of corporeality, correlations between body and space, and bodily re-inscription.
The newest edition (Volume 22) to Berghahn Books outstanding 'Fertility, Reproduction and Sexuality' series, "Fatness and the Maternal Body: Women's Experiences of Corporeality and the Shaping of Social Policy" is a 248-page compendium that has been knowledgeably compiled and deftly edited by the team of academician Maya Unnithan-Kumar (Reader in Social Anthropology, University of Sussex, England) and social anthropologist Soraya Tremayne (Research Associate, Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology, University of Oxford, England).
Disappearances and changed appearances, corporeality and ghostliness inhabit this novel.
We shall obey and adore in proportion as we apprehend the divine nature and love Him understandingly, warring no more over the corporeality, but rejoicing in the affluence of our God.
There is perhaps no more radical affirmation within the economy of Christian discourse than that through Jesus's resurrection from the dead the eternal God has assumed the corporeality of the world into the heart of divine life--not just for a time but for eternity.
Relying on an analysis of William Golding's Pincher Martin and Flann O'Brien's The Third Policeman, among other literary works, Eagleton concludes, in Chapter One titled "Fictions of Evil," that the protagonists' inability to relate to others, to open themselves up to other human beings--for instance, in and through love--spells out their alienation from corporeality, destroyed along with the rest of the substantial, material reality that surrounds them.
In short, Lighton has moved her work from the corporeality of the driven object to the spirituality of installed sanctuary.
Dufrenne detects a fundamental correlation between temporal self-awareness and corporeality.
Chapter 1, "The Stench of Humanity: Corporeality and the Divine in Late Antique Religious Thought," addresses concerns about the flesh, especially in regard to such freighted issues as Jesus' growth in Mary's womb, the soul's presence in the body, and the touch of women's menses.
Act III investigates the effects of new media spaces and digital corporeality expanding on notions such as becoming and presence, both actual and virtual.
Germany-based Dornbracht, a top manufacturer of fittings and accessories for bathrooms and kitchens, has unveiled a new spa concept, which focuses on corporeality and the experience of water.