exotism


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exotism

(ˈɛɡzəˌtɪzəm)
n
a variant form of exoticism
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Noun1.exotism - the quality of being exotic; "he loved the exoticism of Egypt"
foreignness, curiousness, strangeness - the quality of being alien or not native; "the strangeness of a foreigner"
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In any case, there's no doubt about their symbolic character, inferred also from the exotism of the ivory used in their manufacture.
"El ve'i'nat xines i l'exotisme literari" (The Chinese Vicinity and Literary Exotism).
Die Anderen im Schulbuch: Rassismen, Exotismen, Sexismen und Antisemitismus in osterreichischen Schulbuchern [The Others in textbooks: racism, exotism, sexism and anti-Semitism in Austrian text books], Wien, Austria: Braumuller.
Gauguin was an artist with a life full of exotism and mystery, that contributed to the creation of "the Gauguin legend," bringing first the anecdote about the man and only next the understanding for the artist.
Exotism and Fruit of Imagination : The-Durian-that-Divides-Humanity-into-Two
Sarah Pollack, thinking about the US market's reception of Bolano's Los detectives salvajes, argues that the novel provides an exotic space (in a different way from magical realism's exotism) where adventure, the beat, and rebellion can happen (360).