As I interpreted it then, this island was inhabited only by these two vivisectors and their animalised
According to available information, he holds a large number of publications to his credit and that his work for Pakistan include The Identity Of Culture; Qaumi English-Urdu Dictionary; Tareekh-e-Urdu Adab Vol 1-4 (History of Urdu Language and Literature); Tanqeed aur Tajarba (Criticism and Experience); Janwarsitan (Animalised
); Arastoo Se Elliot Tak (From Aristotle to Elliot); Adbi Tehqique - Nai Tanqeed (New Criticism), Quami Zaban (National Language); Yak-Jehti Nafaz aur Masa'el (Solidarity Of Self and Problems); Adab, Culture aur Masa'el (Literature, Culture and Problems) are considered to be among the best.
From his routine misogyny (often women are animalised
- most recently his former aide Omarosa Manigault Newman, was a "lowlife" and a "dog" and Stormy Daniels has been called "horse face") to the regular attacks on the media.
Because they reduce the child to the status of an animal, and thereby the consequent exploitation of the animalised
human being is justified, since animality for the speciesists is the base for exploitation and marginalisation.
Those looking here for any subsequent political programme, however, will be disappointed: as Massumi says, his essay is 'an extended thought experiment in what an animal politics can be' (p3)--and so it does not attempt to give us any more than a bare outline of an animalised
This objectification intersects with food consumption, specifically the consumption of meat, resulting in patterns of reinforcing oppression for both nonhuman animals as they become sexualised, and women as they are animalised
Youngs's argument, in short, is that the 'socio-economic environment' of the 1880s and 1890s--and particularly the 'deforming effects of capital'--produced animalised
'avatars of humans', which recurrently emerge or are discovered through the motif of travel' (p.
Narrator and reader become cognoscenti, while the working-class character remains a holy fool, and is patronised, made primitive, animalised
. (30) This view is liable to hyperbole, clearly; but it is a fixation for Kelman and many of his interpreters.
Cook has been animalised
from afar - one high-profile Twitter critic referred to him as a "weasel", after Kevin Pietersen's post-Ashes axing by the England and Wales Cricket Board.
Cook has been animalised
from afar - one high-profile Twitter critic referred to him as a "weasel", after Kevin Pietersen's post-Ashes axing by the England and Wales Cricket Board - and such is the lot of any public figure, much worse has almost certainly been written elsewhere.
Monsterised animals or animalised
monsters crop up repeatedly in Stoker's fiction, for example, in The Lair of the White Worm where the slaughterhouse and nonhuman suffering become a rhetorical vehicle to express the horror of the Worm's lair: 'It was like nothing Adam had ever met with.