depthless


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depthless

(ˈdɛpθlɪs)
adj
1. literary immeasurably deep; fathomless
2. without depth; shallow
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Parataxis, as Perelman argues convincingly, need not spell any of these things, and the critic must differentiate between the meaningful relationship of the individual sentences, for example, in "China," and the sheer piling up of depthless images that Jameson and others have taken to be a hallmark of capitalism.
For Kiely, past texts are made into resent ones when they are read according to the reader's present position, interests, and pleasures; for Slethaug, the past (with its traditional values, codes, categories, and ideas) is displaced entirely by the new postmodern play of the double, or the borderless, depthless field of discourse as defined by poststructuralism.
Since the trickster has power only when disrupting, Mr Hillman's thesis works well in his fresh accounts of Aaron and of the depthless but very flexible villain of Richard III.
It is probable that Mr Hart-Smith developed his staccato rhythms and consciously depthless images in reaction from the mellifluous banality of the weaker kind of Georgian poetry.
Maria is filmed in a depthless, all-white studio environment, the camera moving around her as around a physical body in space.
and the subjective creates a depthless and inaccessible psyche that
These "old certainties" are as much familiar as they are depthless, indicating that his grandfather projects his vision of how life should be onto the world more than he receives it from without.
As the fully realized form of a new literary tendency, the nouveau roman was curiously mimetic insofar as its appearance imitated the petrified world of the commodity and its depthless elision of social life.
But there lurks a strained uneasiness over the performance, a terror over a depthless world that has justified such audacious refuge.
As if to emphasize Brandon Teena's self-invention, his disregard for his origins and even his anatomy, the film keeps posing its characters against the field of the night sky, which is photographed to seem depthless and utterly black.
The quartet of half-hours plays like a miniseries, its continuing story exposing intertwined ironies, excesses and comeuppances among the vain, the ambitious and the depthless on one fictitious Hollywood movie lot in 1937.
fuses the surface to the background in one depthless color-shape.