punished through anatomisation
was much more decorous for artistic/anatomical 'sublimation' to human exemplarity than was a hubristic woman punished through metamorphosis for the audacity of exposing male power abuse and female disempowerment.
Through his scrupulous anatomisation
of the work, Fabre also makes the case for the Vies imaginaires, "cette histoire du monde insolite reduite a vingt-deux personnalites celebres ou inconnues" (133), as an achieved statement of Schwob's own complex creative identity.
Silenced by the power of the law, Forster listened helplessly as the judge pronounced the most dreaded verdict: hanging and anatomisation
a great deal of the imagery in his poems, I think, is influenced by her kind of anatomisation
of the world" (Interview 16).
MacDonald approaches her subject from two focal points: the anatomisation
of the female body, using as her case studies the sorry tale of Mary McLauchlan, executed for infanticide, and the dissection of the 'last' Aboriginal Tasmanian man, William Lanney.