The fact that the voices of the marginalized --none more so than Caliban himself--would ultimately find expression through the racial and intellectual heirs of colonial culture might indeed be viewed as yet another act of arch-colonialism, one that frames, mediates, and finally ventriloquizes
other native voices rather than liberating them.
both white and black-inflected speech.
The guard assumes, because Callan ventriloquizes
the bagpipe, that a Scottish prisoner is the source of the commotion, and an innocent Glaswegian prisoner, who was 'hardly ever .
To address experiences that the Victorians frequently associated with the rise of modernity in Europe (crises of faith, meditations on immutable natural laws), FitzGerald ventriloquizes
a medieval Persian poet, but this act of translocation does not come at the expense of historical accuracy.
Kairoff here ventriloquizes
her subject's neoclassical views: formal care means versifying rigor, poetic seriousness is equated with due regard for "stricter" traditions.
In "Good-Bye Fox," she ventriloquizes
nature for the purpose of self-affirmation: "you're okay in my book," says the fox in response to the poet's wit.
As with the broad triangulation of the insubordinate Sheppard, the intermediary Defoe, and the dispassionate ruling classes, Polly 11 ventriloquizes
positions on a panorama of inequity.
Instead of earnestly inveighing against the soulless, bureaucratic Puritanism of the authorities--as he does at wearisome length in his expository prose--Baxter spryly ventriloquizes
his opponents ('Ah, Dr Williams, I agree / We need more walls at the Varsity') and travesties their viewpoint: 'The moral mainstay of the nation / Is careful, private masturbation' (p.
But when she ventriloquizes
her lover's seductive rhetoric, he persuades her to fall by offering recirculated love tokens.
Abrams long ago called "an ironic counter-voice" that uncomfortably splits open the age; and, of course, there's Shelley, who ventriloquizes
just about every object or idea he encounters, though better known for his radical, high-flying, and legislating voice that yearns for mankind's ear.
Bruck's most important books are Chi ti ama cosi and Lettera alla madre, the latter in the form of a dialogue with her dead mother, whose voice she ventriloquizes
He then ventriloquizes
O'More's severed head denouncing itself: