At once revolted and reverent, these poems investigate the body's most excremental
appendage, the hair, and its most excremental
state, the corpse.
incongruence is that the excremental
evacuation symbolizes the beginning
In A Quip for an Upstart Courtier (London, 1592), Robert Greene also uses bawdy to connote the excremental
, in the description of a drunken servingman with "bawdy and bowsie excrements that dropt from his filthy leaking mouth" (sig.
For Bataille, "What the system cannot assimilate must be rejected as excremental
The only common denominator of all classes is the excremental
excess, the refuse/remainder of all classes .
Options like "putrid food" and "lazy animal" do not get a reader very fax in understanding the properties of the heap, and thus Prendergast's conclusion that "with one word, Marprelate has transformed the august bishop into a putrid, diseased, excremental
, lazy animal who writes foolish and sloppy theology" feels more forced than revelatory (61).
In Ada, or Ardor, Cubism is bunk "bric-aBraques," a sculpture by Henry Moore resembles "a huge hideous lump of bourgeois mahogany," and avant-garde painting deflates into "progressive philistine Art, bootblack blotches, and excremental
smears on canvas.
What is dismissed, both in President Bashir's reflex and Haidar Ibrahim's critique of popular culture, occupies the position of the excremental
excess that sustains the hierarchical order of the societal whole.
Amplification of hypervariable simple sequence repeats (microsatellites) from excremental
DNA of wild living Bonobos (Panpaniscus).
Conservation genetics of the European brown bear--a study using excremental
PCR of nuclear and mitochondrial sequences.
In this sense, Van Niekerk's text can be read as a particular kind of postcolonial text, described by Joshua Esty as excremental
medieval fantasy spoof for Pineapple Express fans.
Christ turns out to be 'a God who, in his act of incarnation freely identified himself with his own shit, with the excremental
Real that is man'" (117-21).
Lehnhof in "'Intestine War' and 'the Smell of Mortal Change': Troping the Digestive Tract in Paradise Lost" focuses on the most elemental sense of the profane when, in Milton's sacred poem, he identifies the poet's excremental
imagery for Satan's revolt and the war in heaven.
For example, Stephen Dedalus's heart is sickened by the excremental
world of the market, figured in the Stradbrook cow yard, "with its foul green puddles and clots of liquid dung[.