(Fr1008/1865) The "Bells in Steeples" emblematize
a contemplative mind in a withdrawn and lofty situation.
voices) swift winded" emblematize
the verbal explosion Chamoiseau
With its slogan, "See humanity in a new light," the Louvre Abu Dhabi explores the humanist ideal of synchronicities across cultures, grounded in the notion that man's behavior displays certain constants, such as the desire to make and sanctify artifacts, to embellish and transform useful objects into decorative ones, and to represent and emblematize
Boullosa and Martinez also emblematize
the increasingly transnational response to the new border.
Initially, they remind the viewer that Lavinia no longer has the parts of herself that emblematize
the duke's preemptory granting of Barnardine's pardon"--both of which defy realism--disclose Shakespeare's belief that "the dream of autonomy" is untenable even for the artist whom both characters emblematize
Silverman captures in her celebration of James Agee's Let Us Now Praise Famous Men the redemptive possibility of human love, and its capacity to blossom in the "radiant light of the human spirit" while still nurturing in the same soil as the "basest sexual desire." She is plainly moved by the word pictures painted by Agee that draw upon childhood innocence and desire to emblematize
Since its publication in early 1899, the story has grown to emblematize
Conrad and the modern experience.
but I'm the black negre of Quebec," and Laxmi emblematize
the problematic nature of skin color and emotional affiliations.
Busst's preceding interpretation stresses the way in which Ballanche's compromises in the argument over the origins of language emblematize
his negotiation of the politics of Romanticism: 'ce traditionaliste est en meme temps un liberal et un progressiste; ce defenseur du trone et de l'autel deviendra partisan d'un plebeianisme radical, se scandalisant toujours davantagede l'entetement reactionnaire des Bourbons et du Vatican' (p.
Donald (who does not reflect on her privilege but does a very interesting job of reflecting on the construction of autobiography); Fiona Stewart (who reflects on her attempts to use a Rhodes scholarship - established by someone who "could be said to emblematize
the imperialist, sexist, and racist attitudes and institutions of Western society" (p.