Aristotle's commentary on the origin of poetry and catharsis is particularly relevant to Blok/Eko, as Tot's speech poeticizes
what many of those around him have experienced, namely, physical anguish and suffering without the intervention of doctors.
In using poison as a metaphor for any type of rigidly enforced doctrine, Landon thematizes what she poeticizes
through the trope of drinks: the instability and danger of the normative values of good and evil.
The Emersonian poet falls for, and poeticizes
about, not the conventional rose of European poetic tradition, but the undomesticated indigenously American flower.
Budick's Kant and Milton is a philosophy that poeticizes
and a poetry that philosophizes.
56) The botanical profusion outlines the route to school for the young McGahern and the author poeticizes
his memory with the use of an internal rhyme in the first sentence of this extract.
Robert Frost (1967a: 520-521) poeticizes
both misanthropic recoil--"Back out of all this now .
the factual events and themes that spring from his documentaries, often with a very strong focus on series of loosely connected moments of human existence where the crucial events make way for de-dramatized, lyrical pictures of the consequences of decisive actions and events.
bar]nkadevacarita, which poeticizes
the intra-fraternal struggles surrounding the accession of the Kaly[a.
Don't expect nostalgia, though: An engineer of atmospheres that encourage one to dream amid distorted urban wreckage, Boyce poeticizes
rather than mourns the tides of obsolescence, the inevitability of change.
The more Clausewitz poeticizes
, the more convinced the reader is that friction is in fact paramount in war, theory nothing.
the universalist vocabulary of the Enlightenment to suggest that we find ourselves in the unhappy cast of characters within the poem.
I put unrelated items together in a context that poeticizes