Hence, I read books, knowing that my illiteracy is almost insurmountable an impediment of my own invention my own lack of insubstantiality
shared with many others in my own society as well as the world over.
At times, it may be difficult for an individual to adequately communicate to the tax preparer whether or not the insubstantiality
tests are met.
Just because of his awareness of being a fictional character, he cannot endure the insubstantiality
of his being, which leads him to show his hunger for immortality by vehemently stepping on the stage floor while shouting that he wants to live in that world.
Las paginas en bianco," that is, insubstantiality
or even nothingness is what a commercial mask covers.
From vision in the fountain, to ethereal substance in the woods, to tantalizing embodiment in the firelit parlor, the womanly "shape" upon which the narrator focuses evolves from insubstantiality
Of these, many are labored--earnest but ponderous--and rely too much on the site's evocative atmosphere to compensate for their formal insubstantiality
Many grasses have a dreamy insubstantiality
which defies definition.
While the images are 'spectral', the ghostliness is more energy and insubstantiality
than supernatural, recalling the sensation of floating or suspension, the mind in mid-flight between the known and the unknown.
Perhaps most painful is the insubstantiality
of his text and language work.
Botting agrees with Armstrong on the emphasis placed in these narratives upon the fragmentation and insubstantiality
of the subject, which is recurrently recreated, as Botting notes, in gothic fiction from the twentieth century.
It is suggestive in light of my argument that the novel communicates the uncouthness of Fanny's father in terms that evoke an insistent projection of his physical presence, the antithesis of her physical insubstantiality
They subscribe to the Buddhist thought of impermanence (anicca), insubstantiality
(anatta), illumination and enlightenment.