The 'illusory' and 'unsustainable' character of their subject positions manifests itself in the way Leah has failed to live up to the expectations of this type of feminine subject, while Natalie, who emblemizes
it, finds it unfulfilling.
Ike's failure emblemizes
the clash of an aesthetic modernity that privileges "subjective and imaginative duree" against the bourgeois modernity of a measurable time, "a time that can be bought and sold and therefore has, like any other commodity, a calculable equivalent in money" (Calinescu 5, 41).
Examining this process is useful because it emblemizes
the process of valuing both tradition and progress, of keeping our vision focused on the future while maintaining our center In order for progress to make sense, we must first question the value of specific changes, achieve a shared vision of the end goal, and come to an understanding of what our "center" is.
With these stage props, Ninagawa emblemizes
Moreover, the state of Almayer's office both emblemizes
and mocks his faith in writing.
Frank Gehry's first-ever skyscraper has truly transformed the skyline, becoming a "vertical city" that emblemizes
the vitality of Lower Manhattan as a burgeoning live-work neighborhood.
Marey, moreover, emblemizes
the figure of the peasant who is "intimately bound up with" Dostoevsky's "most cherished ideas about visionary experience, memory, salvation, and grace--that is, his ideas about transformation and conversion" (3-4).
Dating back to the 1880s, the coffee break emblemizes
the iconic role of coffee in American culture and echoes the history of NCA's 100 years of industry service.
An object of pride, the house emblemizes
Hata's American life.
This emphasis on the historical dimension of the Resurrection emblemizes
Sobrino's "saving history" approach to the historical reality of Jesus.
the capacity for failure and imperfection involved in FitzGerald's translation practice, a creative process in which accident plays an inviolable role, and it articulates, with the pot of "ungainly Make," a question about the value of the outcome of that process.
Amelia Boynton's outstretched body emblemizes
the century-long determination of white supremacists to eliminate people like her from the national body politic, and African-Americans' equal determination to resist and to unmask that terror even at risk of death.