hobblingly

hobblingly

(ˈhɒbəlɪŋlɪ)
adv
in a hobbling manner
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Treadwell's response accuses Silliman's blurb of being "divisive, damaging, and prejudiced, and of course it is also extremely, hobblingly limited in its comprehension of literary history; seriousness; scale; gender itself.
Ron Silliman Now, this is divisive, damaging, and prejudiced, and of course it is also extremely, hobblingly limited in its comprehension of literary history; seriousness; scale; gender itself.
This intentionally dreadful poem, with its punning title, hobblingly convoluted metrical scheme, and insistent alliteration and feminine rhymes, exemplifies how the compulsion to fit rhyme against rhyme can threaten to overwhelm content and lead to the poetic equivalent of an epileptic "fit.