This is the tension of Circadian: the oppositions between human and nature, human and animal life, consciousness versus unconsciousness, shapes versus shapelessness
Miscegenation has to be diagnosed as the source of the child's shapelessness
, while the topic of false accusations of monstrosity in what Margaret Schlauch termed the "accused queens" narratives, i.
The significance of this approach is to give form to the human experience of a war marked by its shapelessness
and self-enclosed inaccessibility, its imperviousness to any terms not local to itself.
He's done a lot of things that nobodys done before with the role, insofar as his conception of her as being a real woman with some sort of sexuality as opposed to the shapelessness
of the Ednas prior," says producer Neil Meron [see sidebar].
a protest against the shapelessness
of the 'spasmodical' types of lyrical but essentially untheatrical drama, such as were much admired at that time, though forgotten now.
Dusk descends on the paralyzed pair; they are "shapes the shapelessness
[is] taking back.
For example, Nietzsche refers to a circle of eternal self-creation and self-destruction, deeds that spring forth from the shapelessness
of apeiron, a circle without a goal unless the circle itself is the goal, the will to power--taking command of one's own life instead of falsely attributing circumstances to the action of external forces, be they mortal or divine.
But there was no excuse for the catalogue of errors and shapelessness
witnessed from both sides.
If it is possible to excuse the worrying shapelessness
in the second-half in the somewhat undisciplined pursuit of parity, then David Moyes' upbeat assessment was entirely justified.
In other words, the text suggests that place itself is differentiated from places (the later earth and water) by its shapelessness
or formlessness (Fate, 12).
By contrast, the aim of many early modern authors was to express a profound sense of shapelessness
, to convey the chaos of transforming and disintegrating communal categories, to paint a muddled world picture.
Similarly, Their Eyes itself is an affront to its modernist readers, who struggle with its perceived shapelessness
and confusing message.