innutrition

innutrition

(ˌɪnjuːˈtrɪʃən)
n
lack or absence of nutrition. Compare malnutrition
ˌinnuˈtritious adj
Translations

innutrition

n (spec)Nahrungsmangel m
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The metaphor of innutrition that Du Bellay uses in the Deffence to describe his vision of imitation is one in which "the imitator simultaneously and paradoxically becomes his model and makes the model part of himself" (Greene 192).
Tensions such as these reveal the instability, movement and ornamentation characteristic of the baroque "visage particulier," and the reader quickly becomes aware that Bourgeois's own discursive style imitates the very rhetoric he is examining, as if by what Faguet termed "innutrition."
The various modalities of intertextual, here scriptural, allusion, stemming from Marguerite's well-known 'innutrition biblique', thoroughly rehearsed by Simone de Reyff, reflect 'une tension vers l'intemporel et l'innommable que contredisent sans cesse les limites de la temporalite et du langage' (p.
(25.) See Ferguson: "The innutrition metaphor seeks to eradicate any difference between the ancient and modern" (284).