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Then he looks at some of the dispositions cultivated by the narrative, particularly feelings of helplessness, knowingness, shame, and a peculiar attitude he calls optative.
There is an immense difference between intellectual understanding and knowingness.
In her finest poems, knowingness comes with the linguistic territory: it is not contrived or concealed, not mapped-on or realized at the poem's destination.
The following morning as Jayne's hangover kicks in, she meets Emily, Blodwen's feral daughter, a vixenish pre-teen whose vicious knowingness conceals a damaged personality.
Knowingness, and the separation of form and content that comes from it, is much more difficult to ascertain in W.
This kind of knowingness would only go so far, however, without John C.
They are also an implicit rejection of the smartass knowingness that is our current armor against emotion, and of the reduction of mainstream movies to spectacle and merchandising opportunities.
Figure 1 presents a striking example of these visual poetics: on an emotional level, Grimberg reads the photos as suggesting "a quiet knowingness that lies somewhere between something shared and something kept secret.
The play's costume and set design, which drew associations with depression-era fascism, world-war militarism, and postwar moral hypocrisy, heightened Ophelia's movement from naivete to knowingness.
Lauper as the aging whore Jenny Diver is tentative at first, but singing "Solomon Song" she's perfectly lit and coiffed to resemble Dietrich in The Blue Angel, Innocence and knowingness superbly cohabit McKay's portrayal of Macheath's young bride, Polly Peachum, but her voice grates, as if she's singing just out of her range.
But before I forget, two really great old guys stay in my memory as yardsticks conveying humour, knowingness and craft: Sverre Fehn in Oslo and Clorindo Testa in Buenos Aires.
Not exactly panic stations - Cork don't do panic - yet a vague sort of knowingness drifted across O hAilpin at that point.
A common interaction with, perhaps, uncommon features that might say something about silences, sightings, knowingness, and the potentialities of being human together.
Knowingness, impenetrability, and the safety of saying nothing say it all.
Philip Armstrong's Shakespeare's Visual Regime: Tragedy, Psychoanalysis and the Gaze is a provocative, largely Lacanian, account of the visual and subjective dispensation inaugurated, he argues, during the early modern era and articulated with particular knowingness in Shakespearean drama.