Psychologically this could be a severance from the fecundating
influences of the unconscious and an inclination towards its obverse i.
Rousseau's or Pestalozzi's ideas on childhood, and Spinoza's or Voltaire's pleas for toleration did not fly through the air fecundating
or infecting all those who were found on their trajectory.
Through the dance patterns and idiom, this joyful dancing is connected to the fecundating
sexual encounter and to the activity of fishing, linking the dance world to the life-bearing water spirit world.
Memories lose their meaning," Lennon sings, although he knows that "he'll often stop and think about them," referring, yet again, to the past's fecundating
layers of character and setting.
Hence the phallus, always metaphorically present but very rarely named, concentrates all the collective fantasies of fecundating
Dali continues in this lyrical mode, claiming that pieces of his shed skin have been deposited, in fact, across the United States, represented by the American flag, that is, "lost in the folds of that night of the future illuminated by fifteen stars large as closed fists filled with seeds of liberty, and stirred by the patriotic wind which, coming from the fifteen states, makes the erect, fecundating
and immobile serenity of the banners even more glorious.
These were the strange vanilla orchids that his master was so preoccupied with, and which were also the source of his vexation, because for a long time he had been looking for a method of fecundating
the flowers in order for them to produce pods, which were selling for lucrative prices on the spice market.
The allegorical implications of Antonietta's tale are not far to seek--Il Duce's fecundating
power over Antonietta signifies the regime's ability to make of her, and of the feminized Italian body politic as a whole, (3) the vessel for the engendering of a new breed of italianita, fathered by the Fascist agenda for power.
elicit the "carnivalesque" response of bewildering fecundating
Codicia is the point of departure for Cervantes, who, the captive of his fecundating
opponent, his enemy's inferior, seeks to rise above the rules of profit to a generous and noble dispensation of abundance where there is more than enough for all thus to translate the sterility of the marketplace into the profusions of an economy of blessedness" (111).
He noted: "If cultivars growing contiguous are always instrumental in fecundating
one another, my experimental plots must have long since become a heterogeneous mass, when between one and two hundred [plots] have been grown within a foot of each other for nearly fourteen years.