Some say it is because they have not a long literary past and are not conventionalized
by the usage of many generations of other writers, but this will hardly account for the brotherly directness of their dealing with human nature; the absence of experience elsewhere characterizes the artist with crudeness, and simplicity is the last effect of knowledge.
She was so quietly conventionalized
by city clothes that I might have passed her on the street without seeing her.
And a third theory supposes the crooked line on the ship to be a conventionalized
thunderbolt; but that alone, if seriously examined, would show what a very little way these unhappy coincidences really go.
Side by side, again, with war and love, appears in the romances medieval religion, likewise conventionalized
and childishly superstitious, but in some inadequate degree a mitigator of cruelty and a restrainer of lawless passion.
Writing seems to have consisted originally of pictures, which gradually became conventionalized
, coming in time to represent syllables, and finally letters on the telephone principle of "T for Tommy.
There are conventionalized
metaphors (Svanlund), for example concerning time, and novel ones, which shed new light on the object.
It features a projection of a world map (less Antarctica) centered on the North Pole, inscribed in a wreath consisting of crossed conventionalized
branches of the olive tree.
Each section cover features a conventionalized
portrait of the relevant personality and a famous quote, which explains the content of the section, and is in line with the NBUs mission, vision, or one of the values.
This relationship between cognitive frames and narrative impossibilities is historically contingent; unnatural or impossible frames become conventionalized
and incorporated into our cognitive framework and help clarify the development of literary genres and literary history.
Instead, linguistic knowledge is conceived of as a network of conventionalized
form-meaning pairs (Ziem & Lasch 2012: VI, Goldberg 2003: 219).
In conceiving her, Jonas was influenced by the conventionalized
movements and expressions of Noh theater, as well as by the work of postmodern choreographers associated with Judson Dance Theater and the Grand Union, such as Yvonne Rainer and Steve Paxton.
Geertz (1973) compares ethnography to reading a manuscript that is "foreign, faded, full of ellipses, incoherencies, suspicious emendations, and tendentious commentaries, but written not in conventionalized
graphs of sound but in transient examples of shaped behavior" (p.