Warming with the theme, and inflating themselves with their own eulogies, these magnanimous heroes of the trencher would start up, advance a short distance beyond the light of the fire, and apostrophize
most vehemently their Blackfeet enemies, as though they had been within hearing.
I was chatting with Rick Barlow about last Sundays column that examined whether to apostrophize
Garys Mill Road.
speaker in this poem, apostrophize
celestial bodies, surroundings on
The decision to narrate certain events and apostrophize
others is illuminating, as it is heterosexual love/desire that is walled off in an irretrievable past, and homosexual love/desire that is made present through the power of the poetic voice.
His poem, being objectively dramatic, does not apostrophize
the concept of Anima, and there is no evidence with which one can call the celestial woman as being the mistress to Sepehri, because of the spiritual, celestial, and immortal entity in this poem.
Critics who apostrophize
David Copperfield's progress in life as delusive and interested do not seem to recognize that the context of the novel makes it imperative for David to reject an idea of discipline that would make him similar to an automaton.
The organising motif of 'writing to the king' refers to the narrative voices in many of the works under consideration, which often apostrophize
the monarch or those close to him.
The two villagers who apostrophize
the Venus under the narrator's window the evening of his arrival make this clear.
And y're under [--] ground transmission Spreading thru channels of our capillary Mediations [--] there being nothing more To apostrophize
or summon, hails of nature It seems so desperate, seeming still so hardened
Yet both groups partake of a rationality that blocks a suitable relationship to nature/man's own nature; on the terms of the nihilism letter, both groups are unable to apostrophize
and personify nature, and thus alienated from that which grounds genuine community.
Of whom and to whom the voice speaks, whether to and of the "one on his back in the dark" or to and of another (in the same dark or in another dark altogether), is a question which cannot finally be answered, since while the voice seems to apostrophize
, to give itself over to the most intimate linguistic intercourse saturated by memory and melancholia, it nevertheless always resorts to the second person in an impersonal and general sense (it speaks to an unnamed "You").
In the Chanur sequence, hani may apostrophize
their gods, but without any real conviction.