Hyde's reviews and articles in Disputed Ground are evidence that women's writing was being published, and so was much of her own; to read back and forth between the two introductory essays and the contradictoriness
of style and opinion in the journalism, however, is to confront questions about what could be written, and what would be paid for.
This entails the insight that prophecy and the history it reveals are fraught with all the ambiguity and contradictoriness
of the human heart itself.
Rather, as he says, it "articulates the misgivings we ourselves have felt" about the contradictoriness
of the world and the inscrutability of the divine purpose.
And, finally, that in the latter judgments, this built-in contradictoriness
is suspect, because of the dubious--as I believe--identification of ordinarily-experienced space and scientific or geometric space (assuming "geometric space" makes sense).
a self that shares in all of the contradictoriness
of the national self.
One of the features of Ravensong that my recent class in Canadian Native literature commented on most was its contradictoriness
Hence the gestural dimension of Saville's painting supplements the image even as it negates it--an ambiguity on a par with the inherent contradictoriness
of her handling, which ranges from considered to spontaneous.
The deepest significance of the idea of God is the coherence and unity the idea brings to the manifoldedness and contradictoriness
our anthology portrays southern writers less in terms of an evolving national literary consensus than in relation to the multiplicity, the complexity, and even the contradictoriness
of the nation's developing literary consciousness.
They are signs of its demiurgic force in "sculpting" the cosmos in all its contradictoriness
In their contradictoriness
, they also stand--or float--on a frontier of feeling.
within a thing is the fundamental cause of its development, while its interrelations and interactions with other things are secondary causes" (Prynne 2011, 8).