The serpent, in rising to transgender an autochthonic
vagina, merely replicates a prior transgendering achieved by Old Ben.
Japan's victory over Russia in 1905 made her a great power, and led to a search for autochthonic
reasons to explain Japan's military achievements.
While there Tony had befriended Baraiye as a potentially influential elder of the only autochthonic
Long Live Man (1962), Selected Poems (1962), The Mutation of the Spirit (1964), Elegiac Feelings American (1970), Herald of the Autochthonic
Spirit (1981), Mindfield (1989), and other books of poetry followed.
For it signifies the venerable pedigree as well as the specific theme of autochthonic
tales such as the one Socrates contrives in the present passage.
Later works include Earth Egg (1974) and Herald of the Autochthonic
The spirit and letter" of the rules that govern the military, like other institutions in American civil society, are "aristocratic," and are therefore "exotic": they are not autochthonic
, not rooted in America's grass, but rather are borrowed from a country with "feudal" foundations.