But in gazing at such scenes, it is all in all what mood you are in; if in the Dantean
, the devils will occur to you; if in that of Isaiah, the archangels.
I'm sure I donna want t' go wi' the whittaws," said Molly, whimpering, and quite overcome by this Dantean
picture of her future, "on'y we allays used to comb the wool for 'n at Mester Ottley's; an' so I just axed ye.
Calvocoressi takes us into a seemingly intergalactic realm through a smattering of characters, almost as if a twenty-first-century reimagining of a Dantean
Poetically, this translates into the musical form of the terzina, and the ubiquitous Dantean
imagery of travel, populated by a sophisticated system of metaphors and similes of navigation, movement and transformation.
Following required spiritual training at the Holy Igitur Monastery, K embarks on a Dantean
pilgrimage across space, passing from a hellish, impoverished Earth to the purgatorial planet Loulan, and finally achieving the verdant paradise of Bosch.
Joseph Long charts Joyce's fascination with Dante, before adroitly investigating the different ways in which Joyce and Beckett take on and transform the Dantean
iii); I then explore Zeno's adaptation of a Dantean
figure in his 1710 opera Scipione nelle Spagne.
Although others have observed dantean
parallels and allusions in C.
In the United States, of course, that assumption is ninety percent true; degrees of brownness have been and continue to be the basis for Dantean
social and economic oppression.
Two doors up was Dionysis the komodromos, whose Dantean
forge rang with clangs and clanks day and night.
The scenario here is not only dark and foreboding--it is positively Dantean
in its' bleak portrayal of a world where criminals are held to account for serious crimes.
Perspective in Hemingway's A Farewell to Arms.