With such awakened imagery, the irresistible beauty of Davis' cool rhythms constantly brings one within the eternalized
instance presented in Adams' photography, a picture of cool jazz par excellence.
In the foreword the nation is narrativized through the topic of "Canadianisms," whereby the record of language in Canada is made authoritative and is eternalized
by association with the Canadian landscape.
In sorrow over her deed, Artemis transformed Orion into a glittering stellar constellation in the firmament, where every night the eternalized
womanizer continues in his vain pursuit of the seven daughters of Atlas, the Pleiades, whose constellation rises just above the horizon of Orion, thus eternally out of his reach.
Tan viewed her mother's storytelling as a transmission of culture, an exorcism, and a means of bonding, and she has eternalized
not only her stories but the healing act of storytelling.
But just as Keats's questions about the lovers on the urn would take us beyond the eternalized
moment depicted on the urn, the Rossettian speaker's question is not only unanswerable but its reply would be potentially disruptive (not an issue in Keats) of the moment of supraverbal spiritual transcendence through inaudible song and verdant scene suggested by the images in Giorgione's painting.
It is not premised upon the supremacy of the Cartesian cogito, the abstract individual sovereignty, and the modern apparatus with its eternalized
value system as the overlord of universality.
She's unsparing also in her reference to the seemingly eternalized
apartheid of New York-99.
Here, as in Cosimo's portrait in the Adoration of the Magi, Giuliano's most salient identifying features - his aquiline nose, haughtily downcast eyes, and double-curving mouth - are abstracted and also exaggerated, creating an image not of Giuliano as he was, but of an eternalized
idea of him, his larva.
Yes, racism and prejudice are omnipresent and eternalized
in America's institutions, media and myriad entities.
Similarly, Nora perceives that in the dream something is "being done to Robin": Robin is "disfigured and eternalized
by the hieroglyphics of sleep and pain" (63).
Recalling the trial and execution of Brasillach in 1945 (Anouilh had helped to collect signatures in an attempt to obtain clemency) he pictures the condemned man as youth eternalized
, indeed as re-entering childhood, while preparing to die a hero's death.
The ad claims the Holocaust is a myth eternalized
by "special interest groups" - a common claim of the American Nazi Party and Louisiana state senator David Duke.
In the 1960s, Hermann Hoffmann, one of the most popular German designers of the time, artfully crafted the now well-recognized Warsteiner tulip glass that would eventually be eternalized
in one of Andy Warhol's famous acrylic-digital prints.
He said that the sacrifices offered by Hazrat Imam Hussain and his companions eternalized
the lofty Islamic principles of peace, tolerance and morality and a peaceful society can be established by implementing these teachings in letter and spirit.
Lenin's body is intact and through embalming is eternalized
and safeguarded against decomposition.