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a space or interval between objects or points

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What is particularly noteworthy in this part of the narrative is the emergence of a new chronotope--the intervalic chronotope--which is a work in progress in St Mawr, completed and made palpable in the New Mexico setting.
As suggested above, in the New Mexico section of the novella an intervalic chronotope emerges that productively harmonizes the brutal temporality of no-man's-land with ideas of order and social continuity.
Although the intervalic nature of this activity allows all individuals to participate at their own pace, they will often attempt to do otherwise.
Especially as Dumbiedikes and Ratcliffe collide with Jeanie, these clowns embody an intervalic chronotope, and they "stand for all humanity, as an extreme that allows us to see the norm.
compositional units are interpreted as cycle-based, with built-in dissonance providing the impetus for compositional unfolding that takes full advantage of both the redundant intervalic and combinatorial properties of interval cycles and cyclic collections as well as the intervalic variety and multiplicity of interpretation provided by ubiquitous dissonant elements.