The sun exteriorizes
itself, becoming radiant, and so instructs the eye to see.
Here, Bonhomet is standing inside the private hotel room where Claire has died and is looking into the dead woman's eye, but what seems to fill him with horror is the penetration of this space by the external world, as fireworks tint the room's windows with their purplish light, creating a semi-transparent but colored border that exteriorizes
"retinal violet" from optical chamber to chambre d'hotel.
I argue that Bunuel exteriorizes
the male psyche and its double in the form of a female character's image split into two opposites, portrayed by two different actresses.
In effect, punctuation just exteriorizes
and marks by visual means the syntactic, semantic and discursive relationships between the words.
These categories are very useful and are convincing in the form in which they are presented: Lope exteriorizes
on stage the mental processes or the dreams of characters, develops the plot, stages a 'show' scene where spectacle is paramount, or integrates all these types of staging.