References in classic literature ?
actuality of the photograph and puts it distinctly into the category
Yet the uninteresting lives of men so entirely given to the actuality of the bare existence have their mysterious side.
A glance at a geological map will show that whatever truth there may have been of the actuality of such monsters in the early geologic periods, at least there was plenty of possibility.
Perforce, because he was born in our horde he stayed with us; but in actuality he was an atavism and his place was elsewhere.
The coarse brawl, the loathsome den, the crude violence of disordered life, the very vileness of thief and outcast, were more vivid, in their intense actuality of impression, than all the gracious shapes of art, the dreamy shadows of song.
Where before it had been an actuality to her she now realized that Korak was but a memory.
The world was at least ignorant of its bereavement, while to me it was a real and terrible actuality.
It must have been at about the same instant that Achmet Zek discovered the pile of yellow ingots and realized the actuality of what he had already feared since first his eyes had alighted upon the party beside the ruins of the Englishman's bungalow.
But, like all oft-repeated truths, it has in time lost something of its actuality and cogency.
Here, his calm consideration of a possibility was swamped by the fear that it was an actuality, and he lost the thread of his reasoning.
The lines 22-3 are therefore a very early piece of tradition about Hesiod, and though the appearance of Muses must be treated as a graceful fiction, we find that a writer, later than the "Works and Days" by perhaps no more than three-quarters of a century, believed in the actuality of Hesiod and in his life as a farmer or shepherd.
The world of books and bookish folk is very vague, more like a dream memory than an actuality.