Nobody, the confusing inability to decide between the fictionally
real and virtual in David Cronenberg's eXistenZ, taking split personalities to the next level: perturbatory narration in Enemy, and perturbatory spaces in David Lynch's Inland Empire.
k) eligibility requirements and the documents to be submitted for the examination of suitability: the completed offer letter, the signed self-declaration on the absence of grounds for exclusion within the meaning of 6 (5) vol / a a fictionally
completed form (print message, radio, tv) of how engagement global will receive the daily digital proof of media monitoring in accordance with the criteria specified in the terms of reference (paragraph 2 benefits, 1).
Why aren't we as men allowed to celebrate that, fictionally
Geoff Berner's The Fiddler is a Good Woman pieces together the fictionally
fragmented life of a Canadian rock violinist named DD, known for her many moods and talents, now seemingly gone without a trace.
These four visits, fictionally
reimagined, of course, but also "pretty closely autobiographical," are one of three beautifully braided narratives in Refuge, a revelatory novel about the lives of uprooted people.
The series fictionally
unveils conflicts and the dark side of cricket leagues.
British photographer Richard Allenby-Pratt has created images depicting a fictionally
eerie, abandoned Dubai in which the skyscrapers and resorts are empty.
Based on their recommendations, NATO forces fictionally
"sank" a Norlandia refueling ship during the exercise, choosing a time and area with near-ideal conditions to mitigate environmental damage.
Tom Lockwood makes the important observation that there is a broad pattern in Arden of Faversham of the play "materially placing itself in the same locations that it also fictionally
represents," observing insightfully that this scene involves a "metatheatrical transgression between the represented and the representing world" as the play connects "the location that produced the material play text, and the immaterial, fictional world produced by the play text in performance.
One strong example shows the appeal of small-town idealism both fictionally
, through Garrison Keillor's "Lake Wobegon" stories, as well as his audience's desire to find the town and disappointment in learning it doesn't exist.
Synopsis: Based on a true story, "Dancing in a Jar" by Adele Poynter fictionally
elaborates on the real-life love affair of a young couple who leave New York City to live in the outport community of St.
And while we know all the facts and the numbers, actually what it would have been like for one particular person you can only really get fictionally