Cela empeche de reproduire les bizarreries
du passe et des annees de folle bulle.
One of the bizarreries
of the world of publishing seems to be that if it is your ambition to perpetrate biography your chances of actually seeing it in print increase in ratio to the number of biographies of your selected biographee already crowding the bookshelves.
Each flautist played a movement in turn (leading to some bizarreries
when one player had to leave us hanging on a join in order to make way for her successor), with not all of them displaying the confidence of bodylanguage they will surely acquire.
The fearful, however, has not been colored into the horrible: that is the reason why "The White Cat" may appear "genteel" and even "nice" as compared to "The Black Cat": its parodic quality provides the additional distortion that subverts Poe's formula--here the fearful turns into the comic (21) rather than the horrible--and even Oates's defining feature, the blunt physicality of the grotesque, is undermined--and partly replaced--by the contrived bizarreries
(25) of postmodern academic writing.