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24) Arthur Kroker and David Cook, Excremental Culture and Hyper-Aesthetics, St.
To describe this film as a piece of crap would be to run the risk of a discourse that would never again rise above the level of the excremental.
The postmodern scene: Excremental culture and hyper-aesthetics.
Regular and sensible excremental habits have to be formed early on and the use of stimulating substances such as vinegar, pepper, mustard, etc must be avoided as far as possible Also, dinners must be kept light and simple--no heavy meals such as liberal portions of sweet potatoes, meat, etc--and the drinking of copious amounts of liquids before bedtime must be avoided.
In Christmas's mind also, everything recalling the origin (also confounded with femininity and blackness) or what emerges from this origin--mother-love or mother-food--belongs to the excremental, produces only decaying matter, indeterminately fertile filth--or as Christmas sums up Joanna Burden's food: "Woman's muck" (p.
THEN there was the brouillard de merde, a thick cloud of excremental fumes that seeped into every corner of the building, like something from a John Carpenter horror movie.
Rather than visions of paradise, this "bishop" explored visions of "le fogne," the miasmic, dark, dangerous, and excremental far reaches of the psyche and the soul: "e nelle fogne che vale la pena di andare a cercare, in mezzo ai topi, in mezzo agli escrementi.
It should not be surprising to find attributes of the sublime such as trivial, ironic, existential, nihilistic, erotic, feminine, masculine, androgynous, egotistical, hysteric, impersonal, nuclear, textual, perform ative, botanical, angelic, and satanic, or even excremental.
15) "What kind of Intellects must he have who sees only the Colours of things & not the Forms of Things" (E 578), Blake protests in Public Address (1809-10), associating painterly colorism with the "unorganized Blots & Blurs" (E 576) of a materiality that verges on the excremental.
Hemingway specifies that these walls are made of guano, "the tough budshields of the royal palm," but the more common meaning of "guano" inevitably reverberates here to suggest an elemental and excremental reality papered over by illusory hopes of transcendence (15).
If de la Rocha is this generation's McLuhan, and the medium is the message, then this generation's message is excremental, oedipal, coital, and generally unpleasant.
Amplification of hypervariable simple sequence repeats (microsatellites) from excremental DNA of wild living bonobos (Pan paniscus).
Stocker welcomed association with "the celebrated Australian" and dismissed the excremental environment as just a familiar state for a public servant.
Elizabeth Grosz draws from Julia Kristeva to think about the relation of the excremental object to the excrementalized subject:
While Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick famously has speculated that James's thoughts on writing resemble fisting, Renu Bora has claimed relatedly that James's interest in texture is excremental.