For example, in this analysis, the canonical lyric poem, which compared to the other literary genres is a reflex of centroidal time, is stylistically organic, comedic, logical, synecdochic, rhymed, stanzaic, chiastic
, copular, conjunctional, phrasal, adjectival, copular, modifying, present tense, ist person, imperfective, subjunctive, exclamative, gendered, aspectual, reciprocal, and derivational, with a rise-fall intonation, a prosodic focus on tertiary stress and the clitic phrase, and an imagery that tends to focus on youth, Eden, growth, summer, noon, water, plants, and so forth--a very reasonable characterization.
Between Sternwoods, Murdocks, Potters, and Wades, one could justifiably reassert the chiastic
structure that places the alienated detective in opposition to the wealthy clients' families.
But, as we have seen, if storytelling becomes a technique for both embodiment and ghosting then the way we understand history changes, becomes chiastic
, and it is precisely within the language of kinship that this process occurs, rendering the two much more dependent on each other than such critical language would suggest.
alignment is necessary whenever a given deduction is limited to the language data obtaining within an "unnatural environment".
It comes as no surprise, then, that in the following lines, wherein Clare admits to having "strange wonder" in his breast (the chiastic
pairing "wondered strangley" and "strange wonder" further emphasize how the emotion seizes him), he also admits to having great fear.
2:4b, midway through a unified chiastic
(mirror image) literary structure (Gen.
This crossing of intent and use is only one chiastic
element that early modern scholars can recognize in relationships between archival practice and YouTube, and that our field might contribute to the nascent (excellent) anthropology of YouTube.
Taking his cue from the evidently chiastic
patterning of Jones's engravings for his edition of the Rime, Thomas Dilworth has recently shown that the twentieth-century artist's invention is not without a reflex in the patterning of the poem itself.
19) Readers of the passage find different meanings of the stoniness of women here: while Kenneth Gross takes it as a chiastic
relation, Joseph B.
Fused by performative language, the gun created by words and the notebook with the power to kill share a chiastic
Less concerned with where exactly that leaves us in rethinking the broader cultural implications of Measure for Measure, Clark, after a brief (perhaps extraneous) digression into 2 Henry IV, instead takes up the proliferation of chiastic
formulations throughout the play.
The Jesuit poet Gerard Manley Hopkins put this paradox in an appropriately chiastic
form: "a being so intimately present as God is to other things would be identified with them were it not for God's infinity or were it not for God's infinity he would not be so intimately present to things.