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As a keen reader of Ruskin and a contributor to the periodical press, Stevenson, like so many of his peers, was indebted to Ruskin on both counts, in particular drawing upon his model of peripatetic spectatorship or excursive sight.
Objective functional results were determined by measuring the maximum incisal opening (MIO) and lateral excursive movements at T1 and T3.
Wordsworth's influence on the excursive structures of Iteriad has been suggested by Elizabeth K.
Excursive centripetal processions: Power-place worship, which involves procession to each of the Twelve True Power-places in turn, is also a kind of centripetal procession.
The Turkish is richly worked, beautifully textured and nuanced, excursive and peculiarly labyrinthine in weaving its cerebral narratives.
It's impressionistic, excursive reportage--centering on a dozen or so interviews--that is knowing and intimate but occasionally marred by subtly questionable assumptions.
As we might expect from a visit to such an evocative site, the description begins with the hushed reverence of the ruin enthusiast, for whom "Thought into mingling anguish swell'd, / And check'd the wild excursive wing" (2:122-23).
It is within the framework of this fifth stage of Fanonian studies that this excursive examination of the relationship between African-centered psychology and Fanonian psychology is situated.
Of course, in a post-romantic age accustomed to extravagant claims for the excursive power of the imagination, such a formula may well sound commonplace, even trite.
Cadence is termed integrative because, in the terms being advanced here, it arises within the textual domain subsequent to all the reductions which separate this domain from natural experience, recuperating and reinstating a new utterance manifold that can set in excursive relation the counter-positions of poetic argument: what Wilkinson terms "the poem's ambition" (p.
The early transcribers of his manuscript, not adverting to so material a distinction, have attempted to render the journal more regular, according to their idea, by forcing these excursive notices, however inconsistent with geography, into one uniform track, and for that purpose assigning imaginary bearings.
An interesting excursive special case was a geographic visualization of works by Johann Sebastian Bach, George Frideric Handel and Alessandro Scarlatti, clearly showing the varied publication patterns of these three masters of 1685 vintage, which are not as restricted to the traits of their lives as one might expect in advance.