If now, in addition to all these things, you have properly reflected upon the odd disorder of the chamber, we have gone so far as to combine the ideas of an agility astounding, a strength superhuman, a ferocity brutal, a butchery without motive, a grotesquerie
in horror absolutely alien from humanity, and a voice foreign in tone to the ears of men of many nations, and devoid of all distinct or intelligible syllabification.
The plunge into this pit I had avoided by the merest of accidents, I knew that surprise, or entrapment into torment, formed an important portion of all the grotesquerie
of these dungeon deaths.
Attachment parenting," this grotesquerie
of twenty-first-century social display, is something more than a baroque curiosity.
Laying bare the distortions, liquidity, and engrossing grotesquerie
of subjective perception, she depicted the somatic sensation of being in a body: intense, trapped, confrontational, alien, fragmented, warped, and sensual.
Thanks to my mother's vigilant tales of grotesquerie
, I find myself more than capable of recognizing a freak.
Slapstick and grotesquerie
enliven proceedings, and baritone Leigh Melrose was the lively and sinister soloist, Knussen conducting this world premiere with his usual generosity to other composers.
Continuing the didactic nature of this little grotesquerie
, Troggle insists that he just wants to eat vegetables.
Dealing with a question inherited from Ionesco, that of whether two people can live the same life in separate bodies, that novel deliberately (and experimentally) puts maximum strain on the methods of reportage and the grotesquerie
of events of the early phase I've been talking about.
Prepare for more grotesquerie
in the future--both obesity and hunger are poised to escalate.
This South African, Khoisan woman's body was placed on display in England and France, thus rendering her the motif of Black sexuality and ugliness or grotesquerie
In these tales, Rippl sees various dichotomies (ideal-real, mind-body, natural-supernatural) that work their way through the respective narratives to reveal, at every turn, disturbing images of potential violence, terror, and grotesquerie
aimed to shock and surprise the readers.
Many of the visual elements were already there in Guston's early mural period, as was the taste for grotesquerie
, sadism and urban violence.