Shouldn't women in particular be suspicious of the renunciation of autonomy, the full-scale self-surrender on the part of the human (feminine) subject evoked in Weil's account of mystical devouring
Similarly armed, Odette Hughes and Antoine Vereecken enter the fray like a pair of carnivorous insects set on devouring
Philosophically," declared the poet Oswald de Andrade in his Manifesto antropo [ago (1928), describing the evolution of modern Brazilian culture in terms of the cannibalistic devouring
of other cultures.
and Canada is devouring
land once home to milkweed--the butterfly's main food source.
SANTA CLARITA - By early afternoon Wednesday, the mercury had hit 108 degrees in Newhall and flames were devouring
brush in Saugus and Castaic.
Le Monde, the New York Times, and La Nacion, pathetically hoping to find some kind of light between the lines, some hidden truth, I remembered Eliot: "The only wisdom we ever hope to acquire is the lesson of humility, because humility is endless.
312), and now astronomers have some of the first direct evidence that our own Milky Way grew bigger by devouring
galaxies around it.
Some people think he's been devouring
Hollywood for years.
In fact, the Milky Way's black hole may be devouring
matter 10,000 times more rapidly than could be inferred from the luminosity, he says.
These can be thought of as the popular, psychedelic, contemporary embodiment of what Brazilian intellectuals identify as the foundation of Brazilian thought: the logic of cannibalism - the assimilative devouring
and subsequent transformation of foreign influences.
Where deer are devouring
your garden, Sandbeck is convinced there is no better means of deterrence than a faithful dog, ``one with a strong sense of duty'' that continually patrols the perimeters of your property.
On entering Mac James' crowded show the first thing I noticed - it would have been very hard to miss - was a bizarre and hilarious New York nocturne in which the Empire State Building and the moon that gives this painting its name ("Luna") are dwarfed by an enormous, leaping white shark that looks eminently capable of devouring
the entire city in one gulp.
People in the eastern United States go to great lengths to prevent gypsy moth caterpillars from devouring
forests and favorite shade trees.