What had been originally climactically
disjoined-our narrative experience and our visuo-cognitive experience--has now been climactically
soldiers, and Cheyenne alike, and the three stories merge climactically
on that fateful day in American history.
Theology draws its reflections primarily from special revelation, focused on divine revelation in the Christian Scriptures, and climactically
in the person of Jesus Christ.
20) In Diomedes' disgusted imagination, however, Helen's power to affect others is less a function of her own agency than a malignant property lodged within every drop of blood in her veins; horrifically, this contaminated blood has slain innumerable men who have never had bodily contact with Helen, as if sexual death were somehow transferred climactically
to the "country" in which she resided.
These regions also happen to be climactically
or seismically unstable.
In the final "I say pull down," the word "down" is sungvery high and long (high G-fiat), loudly and climactically
, with much staccato agitation (including a military-rhythm snare drum) in the full-ensemble accompaniment, signaling the apogee of the judgment on others.
Roth's ambivalence is visible when, underscoring the analeptic form of both Everyman and Sabbath's Theater, he introduces a common trope, in scenes that perform climactically
in each novel--the recitation of the names of the lost.
This Day, accompanied by the brass ensemble, percussion and the TAISM Children's Choir, a large, loud and boastful piece which climactically
welcomes in the new day.
Parade over, they climactically
desert the square and head for the horizon in a cavalcade of assorted forms of transport--Ivan in his pie van; 'a niece named Kate, who's only got one roller skate'; 'Kate's two brothers, Mitch and Mike (who) both prefer to hitch and hike', and so it goes; fourteen whacky characters, thirteen different forms of transport.
These associations of money and male orgasmic/phallic potency--"coming up" with the money--evoke the money-shot of pornographic film, in which the man climactically
ejaculates on camera so that his sexual pleasure and satisfaction is made incontrovertibly visible and literal for the audience.
Even when Aeneas can see that Turnus no longer holds a threat, he pursues him relentlessly because preceding events, climactically
the death of Pallas, have gradually desensitized him.
Shots only of activity, no longer clearly within any particular character's experience, are offered directly and climactically
to the viewers.