"comparative literature" is used interchangeably with Comparative Literature.
At its best, "Invisible Borders" aspires to show that the fall of the Berlin Wall and the end of the Civil War heralded an age of new, uncapitalized
walls, physical and otherwise.
1) Pentecostal is capitalized when used as a noun or when referring to the group of people related to this movement, but uncapitalized
when used adjectivally; pentecostal-charismatic are used relatively synonymously in this essay, although there are also important distinctions that are elaborated upon in my The Spirit Poured Out on All Flesh: Pentecostalism and the Possibility of Global Theology (Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Academic, 2005), 14-18.
1) The term White remains uncapitalized
throughout the manuscript.
Let's start with 50 uncapitalized
words in which variants of the sound EE are embedded:
This suggested Javan was accented on the second syllable, and provided the logic for the shortened and uncapitalized
whose name is uncapitalized
and over-punctuated) was honored with a richly deserved statuette for the catchy generational anthem "We Are Young.
We have already seen (in "Easily, my dear, you move, easily your head," for example) how shifts in a word's capitalization imply a granting or revoking of agency, sometimes exploiting the poetic convention of capitalizing the first word of each line to make personification seem incidental, and sometimes overtly personifying an uncapitalized
abstraction, building tension between form and trope to help suggest a speaker in volitional crisis.
August is another--the eighth month of the calendar, uncapitalized
it means important.
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Suffice it to point out some (by page): 149: "thdvauncement"; 170: "//" [sic] read "/e/"; 250: uncapitalized
"abstract" and "orientation"; 253, last par.
Though a professed "anglo-catholic" (Eliot's own uncapitalized
terms, see Eliot's preface to For Lancelot Andrewes vii), Eliot includes unorthodox, un-Christian, and even seemingly incompatible elements in his works.