multanimous

multanimous

(mʌlˈtænɪməs)
adj
rare (esp of a person's nature or mind)having many sides
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(9) The multanimous city opens her central viscera and stretches out her peripheral limbs,/ like tentacles./ The infinity of crystalline buildings--vertical villages--topped with cupolas of height-loving/ stations,/ transversally section the convulsive dynamism of the bright rectilinear avenues.
For us city spirits, in love with mass perspectives, with multanimous symphonies and the Whitmanesque tentacular rhythms, this candid questioning acquires a highly suggestive relief; when removed temporarily from the worldly vortex, we confront the furrowed panorama of the archetypal Spanish landscape, of the Castilian landscape.