The 'liberal imaginations' of these critics, Spanos argues, were effectively deployed in the Cold War against Communism: establishing a monumental literary canon, that either authoritatively excluded or imperially
absorbed and pacified by assimilation; seeing off, early on, the remnants of social realist criticism, and latterly attempting to shut out the various forces of theory (feminists, poststructuralists, and so on) and, in the case of Moby-Dick, enshrining it as symbolic romance or metaphysics or tragedy rather than permitting it the free, dangerous play of its materialist realism, its unending subversiveness, its errancy.
Playing the Bohemian ruler Polixenes, the object of Hermione's falsely alleged lust, the imperially
commanding Mark Bramhall is understatedly effective.
Nowadays it is not simply generally accepted that the dance boom is over, but it is also fairly well recognized that New York City, while still possibly the fulcrum of the North American dance world, is no longer so imperially
18 We may note that in 380 (leading up to the Council of Constantinople in 381) the normative expression of the imperially
approved doctrine of the Trinity was the pro-Nicene doctrine(s) of Rome and Alexandria, as article 16.
Rather, my approach seeks to highlight the interactive production of meanings articulated within and between their imperially
pre-scribed subjectivities and, in the process, to problematise homogenising conceptions of imperialism and autobiography.
She knew instinctively that by building from its imperially
classicist underpinnings, she could harmonize its most nihilistic excesses by imposing a hypnotic rhythm that kept everything sailing forward to a Valhalla where hero and herd are as one.
If one teaches contemporary poetry in the academy there seems no way to avoid engaging the tangled question of its relation to literary theory, now more imperially
dubbed simply "theory.
Administration policy-makers, imperially
complacent, assumed the natives could not and would not act independently.
He said: "Until the Archies, mountain categories in Scotland have been measured imperially
such as the imperially
ratified Jingde chuandeng lu of 1009 and the Tiansheng guangdeng lu of 1036; and gong' an anthologies, such as the Zongmen tongyao ji of 1093, the Chanzong songgu lianzhutong ji of 175, and the Wumen guan RN of 1228.
Indeed, each of the narratives examined here gives a role to the Roman emperor; yet none features imperially
sponsored missionaries as the principal evangelists.
Macaulay envisioned Britain as a progressive nation of an imperially
chosen people, underscored by Macaulay's unhappy experiences in India.