a.1.Not iterable; incapable of being repeated.
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It stated: "He seems only to have existed for the purpose of giving a melancholy and un-needed illustration of the truth that a man with the finest prospects, may, by the wildest folly and extravagance, foully miscarry in the advantage of humanity, play away an uniterable life, and have lived in vain."
The performer's body, like original works of art, has an aura, an uniterable "presence in time and space, its unique existence at the place where it happens to be."(16) The apparent unicity and authenticity lead to a fetishistic appropriation of the work of art as the object of a cult, a vessel of inherent mystery, beauty, and genius.