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direct address

[də¦rekt ′a‚dres]
(computer science)
Any address specifying the location of an operand.
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Fanny's true emotions and fantastic inner world of writing adventures are relayed in intimate direct address to the audience, culminating in a cunning ending in which Fanny summarizes the just deserts of the cast of characters that inhabit Mansfield Park.
The frequent direct address to the listener may also be read as a sign of orality.
But the multiple selves of First Person Plural do not stand alone, and the tape contains much more than direct address.
Among their topics are Marlowe thinking globally, whether he was a violent man, the Jew of Malta and the development of city comedy, direct address in the plays of Marlowe and his contemporaries, the eventfulness of Hero and Leander, elegiac aesthetics and the epitaph on Sir Roger Manwood, the Roman destination of Doctor Faustus, and conversion and consumption in Tamburlaine: Part One.
Hatchuel's emphasis upon the drive of cinematic realism to present the fictional world of the film as natural rather than constructed leads to the fourth chapter, which considers cinematic counterparts for such metatheatrical, anti-illusionistic devices as the play-within-the-play, the chorus, and direct address to the audience.
So perhaps the tension and direct address of the writing process surfaces more fully in Mechthild's text than in regularized women's texts because Mechthild was not in a formalized order.
And Sharon, in what he said was a direct address to the Palestinian people, said, 'I assure you that we have a genuine intention to respect your rights to live independently and in dignity.
It's always a good idea to use a generic alias such as info@ or enquires@ rather than your direct address.
Most notably, she emphasizes their collaborative discovery of the film's use of direct address to the camera, a technical device Swinton claims to have used in all of her previous films and to have suggested to Potter for Orlando (West and West 21).
Koch's inventive wit is on display throughout the volume, parodying great moments of direct address from Keats's "Ode on a Grecian Urn," Yeats's "A Coat," Pound's "The River-Merchant's Wife: A Letter," and William Carlos Williams's "El Hombre," among other poems.
With this direct address to the reader, however, Cavendish introduces a new world into her fiction -- not the Blazing World, but the Lady's native world.
Stylistically, the film recalls the luscious look and tone of When Night Is Falling, while the device of a character speaking in direct address recalls both I've Heard the Mermaids Singing and Yo-Yo Ma Inspired By Bach: "Six Gestures.

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