redispose


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redispose

(ˌriːdɪˈspəʊz)
vb (tr)
1. to rearrange; readjust
2. redispose of to dispose of again
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Verb1.redispose - dispose anew; "The goods were redisposed at a great loss"
dispose - give, sell, or transfer to another; "She disposed of her parents' possessions"
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Criticism" here, of course, means several things: it means that totalizing analytical angle which is able to dissolve the apparently rigidly fixed "facts" of a given historical and cultural situation and redispose them in terms of the totality--as dialectically and historically fluid, dynamic, and interrelated.
challenges such assumptions, claiming instead that "one of the text's principal functions is to move the reader through a series of rhetorical strategies designed to convert and redispose him or her.
The motif of the lost child evoked at the end of the text redisposes elements of Shakespeare's late romances, including A Winter's Tale.