While I am not certain as to what Calvin means by this "sicut," I am quite certain he does not mean that one approaches word and sacrament fictively
, as though pretending something to be the case while it actually is not.
Tejeda thus begins his journey as a castaway: spiritually exiled within the urban spaces of Cordoba for most of his life, he fictively
exiles himself to an "humilde y pobre rio" where he begins his narrative of captivity which ends with his conversion and return to a spiritual home.
The final room of the exhibition contains Zurbaran's last documented work, The Virgin and Child with Saint John the Baptist, signed and dated 1662 on a piece of paper that is fictively
sealed with wax onto the canvas (Fig.
Second, inserted among the paratexts between the frontispiece and the narrative, is the cantankerous letter to Gulliver's cousin Sympson, first published in the 1735 edition, but fictively
dated "April 2, 1727," i.
This possibility is fictively
evidenced, one may recall, in Greene's whisky priest, who urged, "Pray that you will suffer more and more and more.
Her marriage to a man she fictively
affiliates with her dead father is dramatization of the absence of predictability and control in the author's own mind--marrying a man just like the one who married dear old mom is classic, cyclic dysfunction.
One of the main ways to sell a plot of land was adoption: the buyer (adoptee) was then fictively
introduced into the family of the seller (adopter).
The animalized human body is visually legible and fictively
pleasing, therefore, precisely because it is neither legible nor pleasing in relation to the norm or to the "real" that the comic fantastically suspends yet constantly and invisibly produces as an essential effect of that suspension.
However, as Morrison has always maintained, Beloved is neither history nor historical fiction--rather, she was inspired by a single traumatic moment not to historicize Garner, but to write this "circle of sorrow" that interrogates fictively
the ways that memory, trauma, and guilt "play in the darkness" of American racial history.
Shall liberalism be immanent, realizing contract values directly at the level of society, or vicarious, realizing such values only indirectly and fictively
through the intermediary of the state--thus running the analogous risk of turning the entire social realm over to the communitarian ideal of status?
This comparison is made to substantiate the claim that, whether or not sex offender laws are ultimately constitutional, these laws, like the socio-juridical construction of the sex offender himself, inform a judicial imaginary that fictively
stabilizes and isolates sexual harm onto discrete bodies and character types.
Published when the biographical poet was thirty-two and thus ventriloquizing fictively
the disillusionment of age, 'An Old Atheist' readily announces states of feeling, laying claim with a degree of self-importance to an existential gloom owing something to the Romantic lyric tradition.