Instead of spinning out a single continuous argument, Appelbaum prefers to take the different personages, texts, and events of his study on their own terms, on their own ground, in their own cornucopian
Such technological enthusiasms are more commonly encountered among so-called cornucopian
optimists, who dismiss all ecological concerns.
(44) For its promoters, then, the Covent Garden Bazaar not only hastened the repeal of the Corn Laws the following year, it also portended a new way of life, allowed visitors to glimpse fragments of a cornucopian
future or eat it in the form of a giant plum cake.
Science, social engineering and giddy speed begat cornucopian
I once counted 140 different kinds, sizes, and brands of breakfast cereal in my supermarket, surely a cornucopian
market economists like Bill Harbaugh (guest viewpoint, Feb.
The curiosity that the people of Beijing--and China--feel for the world in Jia's film, while never quite being able to truly venture out into it, seems eerily similar to that which might motivate audiences to visit and binge on such a simulated smorgasbord of globalized 'unknown pleasures' at cornucopian
festivals like MIFF.
Text: Problems in Writing in the French
Dr Steve Cutts (Post, April 5) extols a catalogue of veritable wonder crops, which, he assures us, will usher in a new era of cornucopian
In fact there is no mention in the very short bibliography of any non-French scholarship at all, not even of Margaret McGowan's Montaigne's Deceits: The Art of Persuasion in the 'Essais' (London: University of London Press, 1974), nor of Terence Cave's The Cornucopian
Text: Problems of Writing in the French Renaissance (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1979), which seems very odd given their seminal relevance to the subject under discussion.
In sum, the two Field Day volumes of Irish Women's Writing and Traditions are a dazzling and cornucopian
archive to which no single reader can fully do justice.
The response of full-timers dismissed their employment was to appeal against the party to the cornucopian
Comintern; several solicited paid employment for their families in Moscow.