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Synonyms for interlude

Synonyms for interlude

an intervening period or episode

a brief show (music or dance etc) inserted between the sections of a longer performance

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perform an interlude

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Throughout my explorations of the solar imagery and the textual experimentation in The Waves, I illustrate how the interludes expose the machinations of imperialism through the unveiling of the sun as masculine, imperial, and violent and also imperialism's effects on women and the feminine through the confiscation of the female figure as a representation of imperial ideology and practice and the extension of the inherent violence involved in these practices upon the feminine other of the colonized as well as on the feminine sites of the homeland.
Most interesting of all was the opportunity to compare Britten's Four Sea Interludes with the less familiar The Sea, by his teacher Frank Bridge.
incorporates learning from past commentators, including especially the medieval literal commentators (Rashi, Qimhi, etc.) The heart of the volume is his fresh translation and his masterful interpretation of these nine chapters which he divides into ten "lectures" and five "interludes." Text critical notes (64 pages) and bibliography (48 pages) are tucked away at the end where they can be consulted by specialists.
Chapter 2, on I Henry IV, posits the public world of the court as an imitation of the private world of the tavern, the Falstaff-Hal interludes of 2.4 constituting unheroic versions of the encounter between Hal and his father two scenes later.
Mixing traditional analytical tools with a broad sweep across much critical discourse, Morris probes deep into the particular subject of this monograph, namely orchestral interludes and their imminent cultural meaning, and locates within these formal sections of selected Wagnerian and post-Wagnerian operas disembodied and highly subjective music at its most intense.
Celebrated in countless images, stories and films, the Trevi continues to figure prominently in contemporary Roman life, notably as a backdrop for amatory interludes, both real and fictitious.
And judging from the variety of timbres showcased on the instrumental interludes, such as the bamboo percussion of "Jakarta," Ewan must own a huge collection of exotic music-making devices.
Pre-war, Cotarelo y Mori had argued (1920: 53) that "en aquella epoca" [?] entremeses and loas were usually printed ("solian imprimirse") with the plays with which they had been performed, and gave as examples the twelve interludes in Part I of Lope's plays, and others in Parts III, VII, and VIII, ignoring as Mille was later to point out (1930: 121 n.
The gratis offerings include the On the House and Organ Interludes concert series, the Let's Talk audience-participation series and the Inside Line pre-concert lecture series.
In I Know Who Holds Tomorrow, Ray weaves a tale of jealousy, deceit and a few romantic interludes to make this novel more than worthwhile.
There will be some dry and brighter interludes but occasional showers are also expected which will be heavy and thundery at times.
In addition to the mystery of Jens's missing interludes, Jorgensen explores the making of a rather far-ranging documentary on the eerie, quixotic residents of Sem and on village life and activities.
Pierre Huyghe conceived his exhibition "Interludes" as being similar to a shopping mall: a "scripted space" luring the consumer from one attraction to the next.
More unexpectedly, even long interludes in clean water didn't substantially erase the hormone's impact.