Doob, 167-71, discusses how the labyrinth plays a central imagistic
and thematic role in Boccaccio's Corbaccio (ca.
The terse, tightly controlled lines are here, as are the exquisitely chiseled images and the nuanced treatment of light and urban space, and Anania continues to work in both the short, almost imagistic
forms and the linked sequences of his earlier poetry.
In part this greater degree of realism is attributable to the form of "Kabnis": Its status as a sustained story, half-drama and half-narrative, enables this section to explore causes and effects more fully than do the short stories and lyrics, which compress social phenomena into intense imagistic
The majority of the work shown here was made from the early 1970s through the late 1980s, but Segalove--whose vested interest in images as they are variously circulated and received via television and film is evident--exceeds one's expectations of an artist "responding" to that technological or imagistic
From the beginning, Hass's work seems, stylistically speaking, to struggle between the urge to be essential and imagistic
and the desire to be narrative and expansive.
The author argues that Descartes offers a unified cognitive account of sensory experience according to which the senses and intellect operate together to produce a fundamentally imagistic
representation of the world in both its primary and secondary quality aspects.
lt;/pre> <p>Such metaphors are the treasure of these short, imagistic
poems, emphasizing the wonder and delight latent in what is often merely taken for granted.
South Korean-born dancer Yoon-Jeong Jin thrives on the poetic, imagistic
dance performed by New Jersey's Nai-Ni Chen Dance Company.
This may be related to the inherently imagistic
nature of the semantics of mimetics.
In 1980 he published Free Verse; an invaluable resource for students, this book reviews the controversy that erupted following the appearance and gradual acceptance of Pound's imagistic
lines and delineates two tendencies--Eliot's "intricate ambivalence to meter" and Williams's "organic" form--that provide the basis for insightful readings of poems by Levertov, Berryman, Ashbery and others.
Video projections of surging waves, whale-shaped constellations and ghostly polar ice caps, along with witty cartoon graphics and somewhat crude animation, lend imagistic
substance to an evening that otherwise might founder in too much Melvillian metaphysics.
It is not the imagistic
product that is important in the long run.