Michael Cartwright discusses the Encyclopedie plates for the articles 'Anatomie' and 'Chirurgie', adumbrating
reading strategies for them, and opening up the perspective of wider research on similar lines.
its recurrence as partaking of the effort to preserve the poignant memories of a totalitarian past, the authors do not fail to alert to the impending petrification of Stalin's specter that has, in the course of decades, haunted Russian fiction and defined its mono-logism.
He ends by adumbrating
three essential concepts central for the apprehension of her hermetic texts: (1) their quasi-autobiographical and fictitious superstructure, (2) their frequent usage of the personal familial trope of the middle-class black family as a means of addressing larger social and political issues, and (3) their undeniable origins deep in the subconscious of a black female psyche seeking to reconcile itself with the many identities Kennedy refers to collectively as "her-selves.
Then the artist carved definite, if barely perceptible irregular lines and curves into the me tal, adumbrating
eyes and lips and the outlines of the face.
the control of land that represented the power and dynastic survival for which the rulers yearned, Pisanello's work must have helped to assuage seignorial doubts as to the realization of their central political objectives of military prowess, territorial gain, and dynastic legitimacy.