On a walk returning from yet one more meeting with a storyteller, Richler ruminates on how dramatically the city has changed in the 30 years since the days of Toronto the Good and since the nascency
of CanLit as we have come to know it.
In a traditional physical environment, this would be impossible to achieve, and we're aware that larger organizations are sniffing around this sector with a view to getting in while it's still not too expensive and still in the last stages of nascency
Myspace, Flickr and other social network sites built the virtual communities the Internet promised in its nascency
As a result, the nascency
of these media precludes an exhaustive treatment of the questions likely to emerge in products liability litigation.
This is an unfortunate critical oversight, particularly when Sula's ancestry, idiosyncrasies, and literary cousins have been ascribed to all kinds of things, places, and mythologies but not to those ogbanje-abiku with whom she shares "traits" as sell other, and idea, a loaded idiom, one that embeds and mediates the narrative's philosophic concern with duplicitous nascency
, immanent suffering, and cyclical mortality.
Even though it is in its nascency
in libraries, it has captured the attention of many film archivists for some time.
The "state"--or rather the four very different states of England, Holland, Spain, and France--comes under serious scrutiny precisely through this comparison, and emerges as an extremely fragile entity, blossoming somewhere between the (temporary) recession of the religion sphere, and the nascency
of the economic sphere as a transnational category.
Already evident in its nascency
, this trend will escalate as executives are appointed more often to newly created, senior-level positions to oversee companies' external relations.