enantiodromic

enantiodromic

(ɛnˌæntɪəʊˈdrəʊmɪk)
adj
(Psychology) relating to enantiodromia
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It is a matter of a new teratology, an enantiodromic animism that is radically non-theological, nanothinking through the ray' (p120).
And there is a whole further dimension to the obliquities of these poems, since they are acrostic, enantiodromic or chiastic, the first running "Jean Steve," the second "Steve Jean." The personal, the secret, and probably the erotic, enter into interplay with the public, the literary, and the bureaucratic ("Fill Form").