Lastly, the one dancer must "embody" (Thomas's word in the film) the archetypally
opposite white and black swans.
The larger group is taken under the wing of an archetypally
gruff, understated British commando, Gavan Duffy.
Kaye, "Sebastian's silent lover does not simply embody the archetypally
feminine; she represents female sexuality in its imagined potential to induce murderous psychic disorder in the male" ("A Splendid Readiness for Death" 120).
She has described herself as a painter, but wouldn't describe herself as only a painter, and the way in which her practice has become so extended is archetypally
post-medium,' Wilson says.
utterance that ended Scola's archetypally
suspended comedy/non-comedy/serious comedy about Italy's fate from more than one generation ago, We All Loved Each Other (Ci eravamo tanto amati, 1974).
29) In scene 4 (70-71), for example, Winston's fantasized depiction of John's visit to a prostitute on his return to New Brighton exemplifies the two men's archetypally
Orpheus is not nearly as well known as Sisyphus, but archetypally
they are opposites.
I won't sentimentalise it but there's a certain degree of human nature and he's less archetypally
Machiavellian than he was in the first series.
The scene of Noli me tangere is itself archetypally
Maimonides made the feature of the horns in animals that have a cloven hoof and are ruminants, whether branching or not--yet shapely: hadurot [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] a distinctive trait of clean animals, traits archetypally
associated with the deer (ayyal), and the tsvi (gazelle), in that order (Maimonides, Hilkhot Ma'akhalot Asurot, 1:10).
But there is another, archetypally
Jewish story here, a minority story, indeed: an immigrant's tale.
In doing so, the artist unites her figures in a common fantasy world where the two archetypally
disparate representations of women converge: the young and old, clothed and nude, empowered and enslaved.
Into this, we may draw the soldiers at Anopopei and the freaks of Greenwich Village as mutual selves: the idea or facade of negotiation and communication is archetypally
drawn as a struggle for ideological realization.
IT IS the most archetypally
English soap, set in a rural village and dominated by the families called Aldridge, Grundy and of course Archer.
Although the ad was not necessarily created to target Hispanic consumers, it was unusual for a brand to broadcast a bilingual TV ad during such a high-profile and archetypally