Erol Rizaov in Utrinski vesnik ironizes
that when the Prime Minister and the Government sell cheap plaster as it were the most expensive marble, and we pay for it in admiration even if we're short on bread.
At the same time, the news text ironizes
the local government for hypocrisy towards the central government.
In this way, the poem both enacts and ironizes
the solace of authentication.
Virgil's supposedly saving "parola ornata" (II.
A compositional numerology not only silently ironizes
his one experiment in free verse--it reveals a master-poet casting the sacred ritual of form itself to chance discovery ("THE NUMBER / .
Lancelot is a parody secular confession, one that ironizes
In contrast, Austen celebrates but also ironizes
Anne Elliot's "musings of high-wrought love and eternal constancy," which are "almost enough to spread purification and perfume" through the streets of Bath (208).
2) that of a visual narrator; 3) that of a literary narrator or traditional narrator, whose language is expressed normally within the captions, and who, with full illocutive virtuality, informs, comments, narrates, temporalizes, spatializes, ironizes
the story or the visual component; and 4) that of the dialogical narrator in which each character is converted-the characters express their direct discourse but also, necessarily, become secondary narrators.
If the audible words of the son convey one message, the discernible pulse of his utterance (felt, heard, or abstractly marked) untethers the youth's authority and ironizes
using a mode which ironizes
itself, we are led to an intellectual
These few examples of works that variously combine text and image reveal how the work pressures and ironizes
the image from within.
Something genius about Michael is how he ironizes
certain things, or makes irony out of things that really aren't.