She has a quickness, a brightness to her work and a fleetingness
to her steps," says Kate Lydon, the Studio Company's artistic director.
In fact, with regard to this fleetingness
connected with their horizon of latency, Benjamin's essay draws a systematic parallel between languages and artworks.
Where his early poems were singularities, his latest poems have broadened into palimpsests--painstaking documents or hard copies--that detail not the fleetingness
of existence only, but the accretion and aggregation of being, the duration and endurance of being, the rat race and the journey.
We are told that this "first and last of fields" needs no memorialization beyond itself, since the field, in returning to its state prior to the battle, speaks not to the finality but to the fleetingness
of this "king-making Victory" (153).
Emily specifically points to the fleetingness
of their lives and aligns it with the fleetingness
of the moment in space and time.
Lastly, Flora Ghezzo's compelling argument on Il porto di Toledo (1975) through the lens of temporality, sheds light on Ortese's experimental writing and her obsession with the fleetingness
Themes of freedom, death, the fleetingness
of life, violence, oppression, lust and love, revenge, legacy and fear link together the memories along his life's path, from his youth through his university years and the now fateful decision to become the Spaceman of Bohemia.
Indeed, it is the very fleetingness
of inspiration that makes creative jobs as exciting as they are stressful.
On television, a sense of fleetingness
will be associated with each face; as every individuated image soon gives way to another, every face is substitutable by another.
Photography emphasized the fleetingness
of time and, in a way, memory.
For Henryson, like for Baruch, "man is not inherently evil; rather, man's nature is defined by his transitoriness and his fleetingness
on the scene of history, an existential situation that reduces every human action to meaninglessness" (Green 1975: 508).
Work, on the other hand, is desire held in check, fleetingness
staved off; in other words, work cultivates and educates [oder sie bildet].