The swiftness of your writing lures me to give chase, stumblingly
Adam Bonner's persistent stammer throughout the film--"Ladies and Juttlemen of the Jerry," he stumblingly
begins his final summation--is perhaps an anticipation of this affective in-betweenness, a stammering we should note "not in order to get back to a prelinguistic pseudo-reality," but an attempt to make his character, like language, "flow between [the] dualisms" within which it is socially and sexually bound (Deleuze Dialogues 34; compare also "He Stuttered").
Visitors to the booth can strap on a pair of VR glasses and make their way smoothly, or, in my case, stumblingly
, around a production floor while plates are sorted and stacked.
This happens because the unaccented syllables of the line, the unheard "one must" which echoes half heard from the first line, open up an entirely unmetrical pause between the first and second syllables, so that the poet tends to thump stumblingly
on both have and been, only righting his balance and holding himself poised on the word cold for a second long pause.
replied: "You managed to pull the eyes .
Yet this time an end really was in sight, because Hamas was moving--slowly and stumblingly
, but visibly--toward accepting what most Palestinians want: A two-state solution, with each side affirming the legitimate existence of the other.
During one episode, for example, Jacinto purposefully "Walked stumblingly
, as if completely drunk, to fool the passersby who, alarmed, headed home, because such raucous reminded them of the troubled days of the war" (157, emphasis added).