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a lavishly produced performance
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4) I suggest that Wright is intentionally playing with this "ur-trope" through the medium of film, a genre that allows him to simultaneously underscore the spectacularity of the black male body while interrogating the restrictive power of the white gaze.
According to the data provided by Nuclear Periodic Table [1], all spectacularity of the data was split into blocks, wherein the number of isotopes was determined, namely: 431 (s), 1277 (p), 1612 (d), 1147 (f).
Continuing his discussion in chapter 2 from another vantage point, chapter 3 again profiles the dandy according to spectacularity by analyzing both songs and music videos.
The figure of the monster seems to have embodied for early modern Spanish writers much of what they found distinctive and praiseworthy in their art: hybridity, spectacularity, a constant defiance of the norms (aesthetic, linguistic, political), and a marked preference for unstable meanings and identities.
In the following, my aim is to examine the Carterian performativity in its relation to textuality, corporeality and femininity in my favorite of Carter's original works, the 1984 Nights at the Circus, (4) a novel called by Tamas Benyei a narrative of seduction, magic, play and primarily spectacularity.