For the need to pay attention to repetitions and the dailiness
of tasks see Carter, The Small Details of Life, 10, 19; Margo Culley, ed.
It's the dailiness
of those decisions that creates the texture of the life.
The venerable pinetree, wind-shaken, brings fear that it will one day crash "on the fragility of the safe / dailiness
you have almost / grown used to" (5).
Since he has been sick, Dickinson has gained a new appreciation for the dailiness
And he adds: "If it's not in the dailiness
, what does it matter?
Romantic love pulses with a magical force, transforms reality beyond recognition, creates another dimension, another life, transcends the unbearable dullness of dailiness
I love being here, like this," he declares in the title poem, and the dailiness
of life takes on a kind of radiance, which is what he calls being "in it.
The futurity of desire (which in this case is a desire for the persistence of the present moment) as something deferred or unsatisfied is connected, Gallop argues, with the dailiness
of reading, with the return of the author in a particular moment of the reader's life.
Once she's gone I just sit looking at Grace, letting the energy and dailiness
of the world drain away.
As it repeatedly morphs from humdrum dailiness
into espionage maneuvers, The Expats pulls off the crazy illusion that these elements actually belong in the same story.
I would say it is their earthliness and earthiness, even as they sacralize the dailiness
of life alone or with others, a life of the mind and body in an ongoing harmony with the seasons.
Even if a DVD can never provide the same perceptions open to us as we watch film and encounter its specific materiality, the more fully Brakhage's films penetrate the world, the more often they become part of the environment in which we live our lives, the more his vision of our human, embodied possibilities fills the dailiness
The examination should be "open book" and the book should be the totality of a world, but without synthesized notes and organized "mind" the dailiness
will be little more than diaretic,.
The body is lived in its rich and limiting dailiness
, the mind leaping beyond, dreaming, reined in too, sobered, forced into what we may call lucidness, and yet the soul ever senses its measurement of otherness, of high beauty, of deep though simple astonishment, ever gazing into spaces revealed by "l'entrouvure des choses.
The strategy is particularly evident in Wordsworth's characterization of the narrative's importance, his problematic but revealing use of the word "public," his conceptualization of dailiness
, and his depiction of news.