analeptic


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analeptic

[¦an·ə¦lep·tik]
(pharmacology)
Any drug used to restore respiration and a wakeful state.
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Roth's ambivalence is visible when, underscoring the analeptic form of both Everyman and Sabbath's Theater, he introduces a common trope, in scenes that perform climactically in each novel--the recitation of the names of the lost.
The analeptic sequences in the text and Smilla's constant references to her childhood in Greenland and the various ways in which her people have fallen prey to the Danes present as "traumatic memories that are unassimilated".
Man, as a time-binder, has the innate capacity to transcend his limitations and move ahead in life through his analeptic and proleptic visions.
apparently incongruous juxtaposition of year and the analeptic marker
Here, however, that power is analeptic and regional: soldiers from the South come back from the conflict full of stories:
In other words, whereas Genette's category of anachronies can account for proleptic and analeptic sequences, his concept of achrony or "timelessness" does not adequately describe the aforementioned indefinite sequences.
815309 Dietetic beverages and foods; lecithin concentrates as analeptic foods; concentrates based on vitamins and/or minerals: vitamin preparations; mineral food supplements; concentrated food supplements made with carbohydrates; all included in Class 5.
20) Kate Fullbrook, 'Henry James and the Analeptic of Place', Symbiosis, 1 (1997), 187-200.
Higgins's fascination with the nature of memory and transience is mirrored in the novel's structure, begun in medias res and followed by an analeptic account of Imogen and Otto's doomed and torturous love affair, allowing us to witness the grim reality of a fading life, half-lived-out through clinging to frail memories.