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As an art form based in the body, performance is chameleonic, elusive, and fundamentally antithetical to any attempt to control motion or stabilize meaning.
The shadowy silhouette that develops into Hyde is charming and not easily identifiable as a 'monster': the chameleonic quality of Hyde first emerges in the scene of Hyde's attack on the child (Fig.
His chameleonic quality, though often exhibited in milder stakes, is what I hope FADER captures.
If breastfeeding finally crashes, pediatricians must be aware that this can trigger depression, and they must become chameleonic advocates of good nutrition in general, not just advocates of breastfeeding.
Creole is a chameleonic term and depending on who you talk to, it's meaning can change.
The "newspaper" was in fact the newest issue of the playful and chameleonic literary journal McSweeney's.
Where, however, a life of chameleonic political activity combines with a rich literary output, Kerrigan comes into his own, as in a fine concluding chapter (before an Epilogue) on Defoe, whose multiple but never utterly opaque disguises as spy, agent, and provocateur furnish a model for his fiction: the "novels tend to be written from the point of view of protagonists who are vigilant because they have something to hide" (327).
The limits of Yunior's chameleonic strategy, however, become apparent during his date with the "halfie" at the end of the story.
The secret to Madonna's endurance, after all, is her chameleonic ability to change with the times, and while she turned fifty years old this past August, she still shows no signs of slowing.
In the final chapter of this section, 'The Empire's New Clothes: Kipling's Chameleonic Kim and White Privilege', Carolyn Maibor approaches Kipling's novel from a postcolonial point of view, revising the theoretically 'Orientalist' position adopted by the novelist, and suggesting that, in fact, Kim is presented as the saviour and redeemer of the Indian race, so epitomising British superiority over 'natives'.
A selfless accompanist to "real jazz history," Williams is notable for not thinking of herself as a woman, for her religious fanaticism, and for her amazing chameleonic ability to absorb and repeat every style in every era of jazz without calling attention to her own abilities.
These comic enactments demonstrate what Keir Elam calls "intercorporeality," the process of imitation and translation, which fashioned chameleonic "English bodies in Italian habits.