An extended meditation on the challenges and dangers of migration, Exit West allegorizes
migration through its picaresque love story.
Memorie," 1990, a series of forty nearly identical abstract collages, allegorizes
the turbulent past of the artist's homeland as a kind of absence that can be accessed only obliquely, if at all.
This, they say, is the commanding pattern, and the form directly above us is saying to the three, look here, we four establish a rectangular shape that echoes the shape of the blue field--the shape but not the orientation--and this play of consonance against divergence allegorizes
the play of consciousness that makes us four of
The last chapter is more balanced, showing how The Old Curiosity Shop allegorizes
the problematic interplay between various kinds of value, capital and antiquity, literary and economic, that the nineteenth century symbolic imagination (after Coleridge) tried to rationalize away.
Feldman concludes that the Phenomenology allegorizes
the successes and failures of conscience, which can never bind its words conclusively to its acts.
These two very elegant readings--of Horne in terms of the performance in his poems of print and print-making in the service of a secular religion of the beautiful, and of James through the analysis of a bibliographic crux that extends and allegorizes
the semantic role of syntactic ambiguity in his work--culminate in an argument for 'the interpretive relevance of historical method' (where 'historical' refers primarily to bibliographic history), and for understanding textuality as 'a complex and evolving set of material and sociohistorical events' (p.
Chishty-Mujahid demonstrates the ways that Spencer allegorizes
important contemporary political events and subjects, such as Elizabethan perceptions of the Virgin Queen, the Catholicism and execution of Mary Stuart, the festering political discontent in Ireland, and the significance of Prince Arthur to Tudor propaganda.
As one might expect, Philo allegorizes
, equating Amalek "with passion or evil" (pp.
The Carlos Bulosan short story on which Lonnie Carter based his rap-inflected adaptation is purong Pinoy--and Bulosan actually lived the heartbreaking love story and brutal exploitation he allegorizes
in The Romance of Magno Rubio.
The contradiction at the heart of Bazin's film theory simply allegorizes
the contradiction at the heart of all film spectatorship: whether to believe in the images, or not, that is the question.
Traversing centuries, from the 17th up until today, Talty, who is white, allegorizes
the relationship of black and white through historical accounts of slavery, abolition, social intermingling, the black elite, and the Harlem Renaissance.
He argues that in Oedipus at Colonus the relation of the festival-goers to the religious aspects of the play allegorizes
their relation to religion in their own lives; the sacred in theater is at once alike and unlike the sacred outside the theater.