He gave to literature a whole new species of ventriloquized
satire delivered in impersonated voices; thus, Swift's many personae or masks (he never signed his work).
As the fictive leader of the Celtic revival ventriloquized
with resounding success by William Sharp, Fiona Macleod had no face to represent.
Or is it more correctly understood as a ventriloquized
voice, one either mimicked or projected by the adults around her, by the purveyors of street legend, by the justices of the court, or by a citizenry that fantasizes about speaking on behalf of the innocents--and that wishes to do so only after the children's class status is deemed worthy of a voice?
Robert Rushing has ventriloquized
the film's underlying logic as, "Yes, perhaps colonialist exploitation is brutal, but, after all, we had to save that little girl" (173).
With its multiple temporalities (Cage in 1949, ventriloquized
by Salamon in 2013), this was the one performance at the Depot that had any degree of dialogue with Dan Graham, as well as with the instruction-based works in "Do It 2013.
Although Mitchell has not appeared as Art since 1982, the Candian transplant to Los Angeles has shrewdly ventriloquized
two positions marked black and male: those of the jazz musician and the street-smart pimp.
emerges resplendent, vindicated and victorious, The Cold War: A New History reads like the ventriloquized
autobiography of an Olympic champion.
In a period in which Baxter's quite deliberate apprenticeship in poetry often results in a cacophony of ventriloquized
modern and Romantic voices, such borrowings and imitations are dearly not limited to Eliot.
In these studies she is typically represented through the lens of the poet's various projects and projections, as a voice appropriated or ventriloquized
His latest book of poems, Without Saying--his fourteenth and the first since his selected poems, Inner Voices, was published in 2005--is also a book of ventriloquized
voices, although it feels here as though a shift has taken place.
The siblings are uniquely ventriloquized
by the unresolved pain of their ancestors.
Archaeological interrogation of a silent artefact, whose answers can only be ventriloquized
, leads to stasis and exhaustion, and while the speaker's new epistemology finally repels him, he finds, in an attempted return to the old--unhistoricized Christianity--that it is no longer adequate.