He plays quite seriously between the conventional constraints of the novel and biography, so as to interanimate
and contaminate the genres respectively
To sum it up, rhetoric and theater interpenetrate and interanimate
one another in a profound way.
Within the arena of almost every utterance an intense interaction and struggle between one's own and another's word is being waged, a process in which they oppose or dialogically interanimate
It is a commonplace of Shelley criticism (14) that mutual receptivity enables the poet to relate to the wind's unifying powers as they interanimate
the four elements: the "dreaming earth," "aery surge," "blue Mediterranean," and symbolic "sparks" of the first, second, third, and fifth stanzas (11.
In the process of literary creation, languages interanimate
each other and objectify precisely that side of one's own (and of the other's) language that pertains to its world view, its inner form, the axiologically accentuated system inherent in it.
As Helene Keyssar argues, Bakhtin's dialogism is the key to the depriviliging of absolute authoritarian discourses (89) as diverse discourses intermingle with and interanimate
each other thereby avoiding a controlling authorial point of view (95).
Falstaff offers a salutary example of how language and the body interanimate
Teaching from both FrankenMOO and Frankenstein, I have found it less useful to make discriminations between reading and MOOing than to allow my students to explore how these parallel activities interanimate
each other, making interactive, exploratory, "writerly" modes of reading more apparent in both.
The "tricky positionality" mobilized here and in the other poems and essays may be seen as a parable of the way in which multiple elements interanimate
and destabilize any subject position.
The "something" in question emanates from that which interanimates
the serpent and "knowledge": Eve fits, since in Genesis the Snake tempts Eve to "know" both cognitively and carnally.