Hesiod's diction is in the main Homeric, but one of his charms is the use of quaint allusive
phrases derived, perhaps, from a pre- Hesiodic peasant poetry: thus the season when Boreas blows is the time when `the Boneless One gnaws his foot by his fireless hearth in his cheerless house'; to cut one's nails is `to sever the withered from the quick upon that which has five branches'; similarly the burglar is the `day-sleeper', and the serpent is the `hairless one'.
Mr Verloc was not a well-read person; his range of allusive
phrases was limited, but there was a peculiar aptness in circumstances which made him think of rats leaving a doomed ship.
If you like, I'll tell you all about it." And the following, recast in a less allusive
and conversational manner, is the story that he told.
The main objective is the promotion of the plan, through an open and inviting space, with standardized graphic design and allusive
to the characteristics of this project.
This is a powerful narrative encompassing culture, form, creativity, ambiguously allusive
and elusive views that keep the viewer intrigued and spellbound.'
She said that this is for the viewer to decipher of a impressive collection created by a young generation of artists to a mature repertoire this is a powerful narrative encompassing culture, form, creativity, ambiguously allusive
and elusive views that keep the viewer intrigued and spell bound.
At times allusive
and meta-cognitive, at others mostly narrative, the poems collected in Noon until Night are always reflective, a procession of angled glimpses at the thing, or things, called living.
Cloth, $99.50; paper, $34.95--In the preface to his James Joyce and the Philosophers at Finnegans Wake, Donald Phillip Verene broaches the question that has confronted generations of Joyce's readers: "how are we to read Finnegans Wake, a book that, once opened, forces us immediately to reconsider all we have ever leaned about the art of reading?" Joyce's final work is, of course, infamous for its difficulty, its singular use of language, its iconoclastic structure, and its densely allusive
Cooly calibrated melancholy and no-holds-barred lyrics (by Berninger and his wife) tie the album's allusive
mood and disquieting imagery together.
Moving beyond Deleuze's notorious reversal of Platonism, he focuses on his readings of the Stoics, Aristotle, and Epicurus, teasing out the often allusive
and oblique references to them.
Le Champ de rubis se lance dans un changement radical.Bouchra El Mouali se revolte contre elle-meme a travers une ecriture translucide, fragile, semblable a des haikus, allusive
Schow has a witty, allusive
style that will delight readers who realize that knowing the principles of story worlds can save lives.