The allusion to my arbor was irreverent; it confirmed the impression I had already received that there was a flicker of impertinence in Miss Bordereau's talk, a strange mocking lambency
which must have been a part of her adventurous youth and which had outlived passions and faculties.
Not the stuff of beauty, not even the body of beauty, but a lambency
, the warm, white flame of a single life, revealing itself in contours that one might touch: a body
What's shocking: the event itself, the bemused tone of the recollection, and the untroubled happy feelings he expresses, not just about the dutifully done dirty deed but also about studying the unexpected lambency
of his wife's hair in the headlights the whole patiently masturbating time.
Instead, he heard himself say, "Beatrice, I used to wonder if she might be retarded," and the word seemed visible before them, shimmering and hideous in the contrived lambency
In all three versions of Lady Chatterley's Lover, there is also an imagery of flame, at first associated with the body ("Not the stuff of beauty, but a certain lambency
, the warm white flame of a single life revealing itself in contours that one might touch: a body
It manages brands like Floriana Marble, Chandan Sparsh, Lambency
beauty products and more.
In her three-dimensional work, she is somehow a painter despite all physical insistences to the contrary, and yet she is surely a sculptor despite her objects' blurry lambency
the small fires and the dancing, and looking up into the lambency
It is this self-examination that lends a particular lambency
to all of Baudrillard's lectures, podcasts, interviews, and books, yet it is also the ultimate impediment to rescuing their profundity from a fate of cosmic singularity.