This is a motif that seems to function as an escamotage
offered, in turn, by Naples's sad fame of poverty and restrictions that Ferrante often uses to justify her characters' most lowly feelings.
Piacentini, "Xeno-cannibalism: a survival "escamotage
"," Autophagy, vol.
For Braggadocio, he refused to meet with them because he did not want to disclose the escamotage
of his double and thus risk putting his and their lives in danger.
He then sets out to contextualize Melies's Escamotage
d'une dame chez theatre Robert Houdin or The Vanishing Lady (1896)--in which the director makes a living woman disappear, reappear as a skeleton, then return as her former incarnate self--within the "broader cultural fascination with skeletons in the 1890s" (176).
experience is not a rhetoric escamotage
for singing once more the
Winner of the show is an eerie slide projection titled Escamotage
, 2014 by Birmingham City University PhD student Grace A Williams.
Take the winning entry, an eerie slide projection called Escamotage
Grace A Williams' Escamotage
2014 slide projection on display at West Midlands Open 2014 |
But, thanks to this escamotage
, the Emperor may appear not to have lost his clothes.