Corpus Stylistics as Contextual Prosodie Theory and Subtext
Seger, a script consultant, explains how to incorporate subtext
in screenplays and fiction.
is a superb resource for authors, especially professionals in the field seeking to refine their narrative polish
Both books excel in drawing out the "big questions" that haunt the subtext
of their focus and make them painfully relevant to our time and place.
The traditional commentators' frank reporting of multiple opinions of these matters, and their often inconclusive treatment of them, as well as the variations and necessary parenthetical clarifications common among the translations indicate that there is a subtext
to these passages--and, the author would maintain, to the whole Qur'an--that very often eludes its readers.
The Annexe, Edinburgh Subtext
Drum n Bass brings to you the launch and debut of High Maintenance, an up and coming producer in the DnB scene.
It's obvious that the subtext
is that Salmond realises the likelihood of a two-question referendum, which would doom independence anyway, is fast disappearing and that the only way he can persuade the undecided with unionist leanings to say yes to separation is to bin all the fundamental Nat policies and present the result as quasi-federalism.
Digital reading company Subtext
announced on Tuesday its first product, a reading app for the iPad.
STORYTIME: sisters Flitting back and forth between the present, when a young girl reads the fable to her sister, and the past, where the action takes place, it's a surreal little film with an intriguing Freudian subtext
and a haunting blend of magic and gritty realism.
Fans have conjured up theories on the web suggesting a gay subtext
between the wizard and Camelot's future king.
What is the subtext
of Gone With the Wind heroine Scarlett O'Hara's biraciality?
I have long understood that race is a powerful subtext
in almost any interaction between two individuals of different races.