By ratifying divorce, permissive annulment cannot help
but weaken the resolve of committed Catholics to keep less than perfect marriages together.
Unlike, say, the work of Sherman--which effectively insinuates a mode of reflexivity into an intermedia space--Taylor-Wood's photographic works simply do not articulate the terms of their hybridized medium, no matter how internally contradictory it is; her pared-down films and videos, on the other hand, almost cannot help
14 is printed in reverse; and more significantly, that to characterize the now completed and splendid restoration of the Orvieto frescoes as "interventionist, which cannot help
but leave one anxious about the net result" (152), is as uninformed as it is naively alarmist.
I cannot help
asking myself, however,how it can be that a man who,although enormously wealthy,and has lived ab road for so many years,can be said to qualify for such a perk.
Despite this apparent innocence, cameras are willfully positioned, their field of vision is carefully considered, and behavior within that field cannot help
but anticipate the looming presence of the global viewer."
And we cannot help
feeling a twinge of pity for his famous brother.
Few scholars will concur with the many proposals put forth in this small book, but one cannot help
but admire the author's fertile and creative mind.
Lost in the prince's famous tribulations--The Tragedy of Hamlet makes its New York debut at the Brooklyn Academy of Music on April 24 following its premiere in Paris this winter--one cannot help
but flash back to Brook's 1985 production of Mahabharata, particularly the lines "What is madness?
The Princess Royal said: "I cannot help
feeling that there must have been inefficiency and incompetence.
One cannot help
thinking of Ingres's harem tondo and seeing Puckette's lines as illicitly heaving and embracing bodies, as vestiges of transgressive passion.
When I look at these bright and beautiful canvases, I cannot help
but visualize the frenetic activity of the artist trying not to lose control.
(One cannot help
but think of Caspar David Friedrich.) Whelan excels in creating dead worlds that are tentatively beginning to flower again.
The staff elevates them to the status of pilgrims, while the strangely disfiguring mouthpiece gives visual force to their struggle to be heard; suddenly, we cannot help
but attend to the strangers in our midst.
Without it, we cannot help
but fail to understand the trajectory of global Modernism as it has evolved outside the West.
Roland Barthes, who dedicated one of his famous Mythologies to it, underlined its quality as an "object descended from another universe," and drew our attention to its name, which one cannot help
hearing also as "la deesse" (the goddess).