Contemporary dance lovers found things to admire in this piece's movement, but it is a highly narrative work, with individual dancers ventriloquizing
anecdotes that would fit comfortably in a Mroue theater play.
statement has Baraka ventriloquizing
what the poem's first line
Miller's closed form verse for her popular poetry column in the New York Tribune parodied the male literary tradition while ironically ventriloquizing
anti-suffrage arguments, anticipating the "quoting poem" and citationality of much high modernist poetry, such as The Waste Land.
Yet the language here also suggests that Titus, increasingly unhinged by his grief, may be reading into Lavinia the content he says that her body is revealing, may be ventriloquizing
her in ways that suit his own expressive needs rather than hers--or at least suit his expressive needs in addition to hers.
Recently, Greg has begun meticulously piecing together the history of Manchester's black dance music, ventriloquizing
voices long overshadowed within the city's illustrious musical history.
I suspect that he may have to retreat to VENTRILOQUIZING
(with EN and IN in place), for which I have an unpublished single-turn score of 1548.
Munro traces the anxieties this provokes in subsequent writing, deftly arguing that works including Spenser's Faerie Queene and Shakespeare's Pericles strive against obsolescence by speaking for or ventriloquizing
the medieval English tradition.
Each of Mahon's dedications comes to feel like a challenge as the poem takes on its real work of deliberately ventriloquizing
its dedicatee; so in "Lines (for Seamus Heaney," the tersely compound stanzas of Heaney's 1970s work are handed back to him, as a smirky but sincere compliment.
There's a boldness in ventriloquizing
[Osama bin Laden], but if you're going to do it, you'd better do it convincingly, and with a full understanding of its historic weight.
It is this historical fact, that boys were often asked to represent emotion by ventriloquizing
women, that is fundamental to the gender play we find in the later literature.
The old Dixiecrat seemed to be ventriloquizing
ancient southern fear mongering about lawless black men.
What the foregoing citation illustrates is, I think, the bold width of Marable's biographical brush, as well as his assumed privilege of ventriloquizing