so powerful in the seventies and eighties as to disarrange
He will make messes in the kitchen and bathroom, he will spill food and he will disarrange
Once, before a reading, he asks a friend: "Will you please disarrange
my hair; I've got to read poetry to some old ladies.
Waiting for small hands to disarrange
, to grasp right and left and to reduce it to a livable confusion.
existence where we can disarrange
and reassemble our personal fronts and
He engages his own sense of "experiment" in fiction, one that often arises in the American short story industry only from the simple impulse to disarrange
plot and expectation.
Sometimes I'd pick up a Dresden fly and fly it through the air, sometimes I'd idly play house with the little world, weddings and funerals with little body parts, awful births, but I did not want to disarrange
that unerring deadness like a kind of goodness, corner of wetless grey waste, nothing anyone would go for.
Because Arguedas possessed the literary skill to disarrange
Spanish artistically, of course, but also because, in Yawar Fiesta, a colorful expressive form, offered to readers as a spectacle, doesn't work against but rather coincides with the profound intentionality of a story that was meant not as a denouncement of the social horrors of the Andean highlands, but as a vindication of Quechua culture's right to exist, and it enacts this intention through the medium of one of that culture's most controversial creations, that is to say, a spectacle: that "bloody fiesta" that the book flaunts as its title just so there can be no mistaking the matter.
Despite the disarray, a powerful cyclic undercurrent controls these songs, much like the mysterious magnetic field that reconstitutes the iron filings no matter how we disarrange
To start with the most innocent, we strive to get rid of that which blurs accepted boundaries, disturbs our social identity and disarranges
our symbolic cultural maps.