This conversation seems to fictionally
enact the model of mutual recognition proposed by Benjamin.
Considered by many as the Balzac of the streets of Quebec, Yves Beauchemin has fictionally
documented the social landscape of la belle province for 32 years, primarily focusing on Montreal (L'Enfirouape , Juliette Pomerleau , Le Second violon , Les Emois d'un marchand de cafe , Charles le Temeraire [vol.
An editorial practice that encourages readerly engagement with the fictionally
represented seems all the more appropriate as Shakespeare's early modern play texts contain not only theatrical but also fictional stage directions: in Coriolanus, characters "enter the City" (TLN 568); in Timon of Athens, the protagonist enters "out of his Caue" (TLN 2360); in Julius Caesar, Brutus enters "in his Orchard" (TLN 615); and a stage direction in 2 Henry V/records a "Fight at Sea" (TLN 2168).
Then again, by the time commercial cinemas disappear, we should be able to science fictionally
conjure our own holographic audience with which to dance the Time Warp and talk dirty to the screen in meaningful ways.
Krog's other outlet for exploring the ethical facet of infidelity in Country of My Skull is "the lie"--the adulterous affair which Krog has fictionally
invented between her narrative persona, Antjie Samuel, and an unnamed lover.
Q: Having been locked in an enclosed space, albeit fictionally
, we wonder if you have a special perspective on the Paris Hilton situation.
Russian novelists such as Leo Tolstoy and Fyodor Dostoyevsky and African writers such as Chinua Achebe and Wole Soyinka have been "much more willing to write fictionally
about ideas," Powers says, adding that societies in which war and material impoverishment have exacted a greater toll tend to produce writers who emphasize such issues in their fiction.
6 trillion by compiling real and fictionally
projected budgetary appropriations that include lifetime healthcare costs, interest payments on debt, imagined costs of an eventual demobilization, economic opportunity costs of civilian wages lost to people enlisting in the military, depreciation of military equipment, the imputed value of lost human lives (assessed at $6 million per human being), the price of oil, the "macroeconomic effects" of the price of oil, and so forth.
Following Bennett and Woollacott I have read a group of British colossal creature films made in the late 1950s and early 1960s as "imaginary attempts to negotiate ideologies and fictionally
reaffirm Britain's international status" (Conrich, "Trashing London" 95), with narratives in which London is selected above all other world cities for destruction.
Percy saw this Cartesian spirit manifested most prominently in the pagan stoic code of honor that shaped Southern aristocratic society, represented fictionally
by Faulkner's Compson family, and more personally by Percy's own ancestral family.
together to create a particular mood that is both fictionally
This theoretical clarity, which defines a national unconscious as constructed of historical contradictions fictionally
(or dramatically) resolved, leads Wall to a cumulative argument attentive to the ways domestic goods and practices in England shaped the intricacies of sexuality, gender, and class in English identity formation.
On AIDS, he was fictionally
quoted as saying "They that live in sin shall die in sin," something wholly typical of a period when a lot of people were saying that disease was the wages of sin.
Thus, though Alvarez fictionally
reconstructs the lives of historical figures in Butterflies and Salome, she does so from an autobiographical perspective that allows her simultaneously to construct her own identity.
Director Pam Cowey says: "The fun of this racing about is increased by the staging device of super-imposing both homes on one set, so that actors inches apart are fictionally
in two different places.