globy

globy

(ˈɡləʊbɪ)
adj, globier or globiest
round; globular
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Eva Novotna, Jan Felkl & syn: tovarna na globy / Jan Felkl & son: a globe-making factory
as if the listener (so enormous was the voice) were suspended in space watching the globy earth spin slowly out of its cradling cloud-wisps in fragmentary glimpses the evocative strange divisions of the sphere, spinning them on into fog and cloud again before vision and comprehension could quite grasp them.
Entwined in Rosa's narrative about her life with Judith and Clytie, her fixation with Charles Bon, and the tragic story of Henry Sutpen are tropes of birth and regeneration, references to umbilical cords, "globy spheres," and wombs.
They don't remember my stream-lined teeth, my globy lips or