, William Petty's 1677 The Scale of Creatures situates "savages" between "men" and "animals proper" but does not allow this liminal category to unsettle its dualistic confidence (William Petty, The Collected Works of Sir William Petty [London: Routledge/Thoemmes, 1997]).
His popularity in Bulgaria, emblematically
asserted in this poem, nobly and rhetorically naively in equal measure, most probably does not derive from the special artistic merits of the respective works, always executed with explicit and unequivocal Neoclassical inspiration, in Italy as well as in Bulgaria.
In Frasca's work more than others, the dialectic between the element of experience and the labor limae--which is to say, between one's own life and the material objectivity of form--is manifest; it appears emblematically
in a text such as the following, taken again from the collection Rive: throw a look around.
She clarified that she emblematically
voted against 19th amendment, however, she endorsed the article 175 (A).
The book begins, it's true, with a chapter called "Childhood," which caused this reader to grit his teeth, only to discover that it's not about the author's early years at all; it's about his adopting, as an adult, two boys from a poor family in Morocco to give them the advantages Mitterrand had as a child in that emblematically
posh neighborhood of Paris, the 16th Arrondissement.
As Marvin D'Lugo remarks, "the corpulent Coral has been nurtured on a countermyth: the exotic fictions of harlequin novels, radio dramas, popular love ballads, and the Hollywood star system, emblematically
embodied by the framed photograph of Charles Boyer over her dressing-table mirror" (36).
Given this subtext, whose lessons emphasize the importance of preparedness, when the speaker says, "For sorrow neer I did not look," "to look" suggests the idea of "to look for" or, more accurately, "to seek" or "to be ready for." Emblematically
, then, the speaker is figured as the unregenerate soul, unprepared for the fiery advent.
Even a transgender club is a not insignificant manifestation of the democratizing possibilities latent in the city environment; New York's Stonewall Tavern, emblematically
the birthplace of the U.S.
The dense while also being emblematically
scientific and technological.
For it seems to me that Kushner has taken the most emblematically
American dramatic form and turned it inside-out.
Lena Rangstrom's study of the Governor-General Carl Gustaf Wrangel's series of emblematically
embellished partisans (1975) sheds light on the problems of the applied emblems.
According to the critic, Whitman, the "legendary" native precursor, helps Lee lay his own claim to American writer status; Korean-born Lee becomes a "natural," naturalizes himself into America and its letters via the emblematically
American, Whitman intertext lodged inside his novel.