The secret of the illusoriness
is in the necessity of a succession of moods or objects.
As I have argued in my earlier work focusing on the question of translatability in Laretei's work, it is as if "the author's body betrays to the reader the illusoriness
" of the possibility of spatial belonging, not only with regard to the Damba house, "but as a crucial aspect of the author's embodied exile situation in general" (Kurvet-Kaosaar 2009:157).
Flights is a passionate and enchantingly discursive plea for meaningful connectedness, for the acceptance of 'fluidity, mobility, illusoriness
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The prospect of liberation was shadowed by illusoriness
and self-deception, and the new appeared rehearsed.
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and if an "original crime" of the world's illusoriness
The second chapter, probably the meatiest and most exciting for scholars of the novel, reads in tandem Defoe's Robinson Crusoe and Hume's A Treatise of Human Nature to demonstrate how both authors manipulate spiritual autobiography to create wonder in the everyday and, specifically, to reveal life's contingency; the "epistemological indeterminacy" that their narrators face leads to "a provisional belief in which one assents while recognizing the illusoriness
of that to which one assents," which in turn "creates a paradigm for the assent that fiction itself solicits" (77).
He also conveys the experience of illusoriness
in a world plunged in darkness, unlike Turgenev whose pessimistic outlook never leads him to a solipsistic vision.
Seen from the proper angle, this piece invites one to plunge into the illusoriness
of what Flynt takes to be the Necker cube's "logically impossible space," an effect no less transcendent than that of any James Turrell.
Christopher Lee considers that structure of unfulfilled desire in terms of lateness, a condition that, being intrinsic to the field, prevents the latter's full emergence: "In a reversal of the logic of 'being on time' whereby an academic discipline 'catches up' to its object of study, what becomes clear here is the illusoriness
of the very desire, on the part of Asian Canadian Studies, to finally coincide with its own object" (2007, 4).
It is worth noting how in the third chapter Kapuscinski skillfully manifests the topos of an ancient ruler, referring to Procopius's apocryphal account on Justinian and his courtiers (with a ghostly motif of a head which disappears only to reappear on the ruler's neck--perhaps a symbol of illusoriness
or of temporary authority of a particular ruler).
of the problem of violation of the causality principle in SR and, hence, that of prohibition of motion with superluminal velocity have been found.