enseam


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enseam

(ɪnˈsiːm)
vb (tr)
1. to put a seam on
2. to grease
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The failure of Keats to suture and enseam, and produce a semiology of the fissure (except in so far as the fissure produced Keats), led him only to a partial but bitter victory: he was able to create the rich surfaces of his texts by appropriation, while his actual life was expropriated by the overwhelming authority of the deep "social grammars" of the period (Levinson 9, 34).