Its all building up to the two scenes of the movie, the ones that will contextualize and poeticize
everything that came before it.
Instead, and in keeping with what situates Blok/ Eko in opposition to Aristotle and subsequently naturalism, Blok--the one who should poeticize
the death of the tyrant Queen given his skills and service to her--cannot bear witness to Eko's death, and instead seeks shelter from the image of her dying body.
Looking at these works, 1 couldn't help but remember Friedrich Schlegel's call to "make poetry lively and sociable, and life and society poetical; poeticize
wit and fill and saturate the forms of art with every kind of good, solid matter for instruction, and animate them with the pulsations of humor.
Price contends that the rhetoric of failure, which is "predicated upon the notion that Mexico got off to a bad start and has never fully recovered its footing" (14), is a "deliberate narrative choice" (4) by authors who seek to "highlight, reinterpret, and even poeticize
perceived cultural, political, and social shortcomings" (4).
2) Oppen and Gluck poeticize
prayer under the sign of litotes, or understatement, and Wright does so, like Hopkins, with rhetorical opulence; if their poems restrain trope and anthropomorphism, his abound with extravagant, almost baroque figurations of landscape, affect, and an absent God; if theirs approximate silent or mental prayer, subduing verbal music, his are written in strongly cadenced lines rich with sonic patterning.
Kline describes the lessons he learned about Shakespeare's language from English director John Barton, whom he quotes as saying: "Don't poeticize
something that is in fact rather straightforward.
4) Whereas Espada's plazas are set in specific historical and geographical locations, and Cruz's seem to float across space, unmoored from temporal and geographical specificities while maintaining a distinctive place-based consciousness of the mixing of cultures in the Americas, both poeticize
plazas as transactional spaces of possibility, where poetic languages confront discourses of hegemonic power.
Such a person is characterized by the tendency "to poeticize
God as somewhat different from what God is, a bit more like the fond father who indulges his child's every wish far too much" (p.
Rather than straining to poeticize
war he asks the reader to feel its ebbs and flows: "The way the war heated up and cooled down so fast it was like a magnifying glass floated over on a regular basis everything burning around us until the glare of it moved off to punish some other outfit.
35) Constable's poems, on the other hand, poeticize
the medieval tradition of figuring the Holy Spirit as a kiss passing between Father and Son: "Greate God: within whose symple essence, wee / nothyng but that, which ys thy self can fynde: / when on thyself thy dydd'st reflect thy mynde, / thy thought was God, / which tooke the forme of thee: / And when this God thus borne, thou lov'st, & hee / lov'd thee agayne, with passion of lyke kynde, / (as lovers syghes, which meete, become one wynde,) both breath'd one spryght of aequall deitye" (1-8).
If you find this strange, think of how we poeticize
nature into our greatest literature.
We don't poeticize
bloodshed; we just laugh it off, with the same arrogance we use to mock the past.