These dainty ones are themselves contemptuously called Figs by David and other heroes, and you have a key to the manners and customs of this dandiacal
section of the Gardens when I tell you that cricket is called crickets here.
Robertson charts a different path: she avows a militant materialism, but a materialism of the superficial, the dandiacal
, and the profligately lovely.
Their topics include the detective is suspended: Nordic noir and the welfare state, covering crime fiction: merging the local into cosmopolitan mediascapes, in Agatha Christie's footsteps: The Cursed Goblet and contemporary Bulgarian crime fiction, Holmes away from home: the great detective in the transnational literary network, and Boris Akunin's dandiacal
detectives: a century in queer profiles from London to Moscow.
As Michael Patrick Gillespie notes, Wilde, like his dandy characters, "can sustain dandiacal
notoriety by giving the appearance of living outside the power of public restraint as long as one does not in fact attempt to make appearance reality." (70) Wilde presents a series of transgressive desires in Salome.
Carlyle uses the word 'fetish' in the satire on dandies, the aristocracy, and the 'silver fork' novel, in 'The Dandiacal
Body', which makes fun of those who live by clothes, whose 'Life-devotedness to Cloth' shows a 'willing sacrifice of the Immortal to the Perishable' (p.
They accurately point to a dandiacal
quality, and yet Cooper was far from mincing or effete: This was a man brave enough to win, almost in record time, the Distinguished Service Order in World War I; to lock horns with some of the most domineering figures of his period; and even to put the moves--successfully--on Vita Sackville-West.
Thackeray, one of the most vehement of these critics, persisted in equating Bulwer's appeals to posterity with the posturing of a highly visible "dandiacal
body" (to use the term coined by Carlyle in his attack on Bulwer's Pelham  in Sartor Resartus [207-17]), despite the fact that in Ernest Maltravers Bulwer clearly sought to distance himself from the dandy-persona associated with his earlier "fashionable novels." (6) In "Epistles to the Literati," published as an appendix to The Memoirs of Mr.
In attacking Bulwer Lytton's dandiacal
hair "en papillotes," tiny feet, stays, and cosmetics while also addressing him as "Sir," Tennyson foregrounded sexual ambiguity while parodying Bulwer's Pelham (a text Denisoff discusses).
At the same time he brought his own subjectivity, his dandiacal
manner, to the forefront of the lyric.
The book seems rather the showcase of a dandiacal
fantast than one that echoes archetypal resonance.
he turned to dandiacal
advantage under a most professorial skull cap.