Possible sources of this divergence are other causes of polysemy than figurative
extension, for example in the sense of [pen.
An analysis of the amount of figurative
language used during the rehearsal was performed.
Given the analysis of figurative
language as a reification of economic relations, it is no surprise to see a rhetorical analysis of Marx, or to read Marx's work described as "[evincing] the fundamental impulse of literary realism: to defamiliarize reality" (118).
Students were encouraged to use the figurative
language we had been studying in class in their poems and were provided with prompt questions such as 'What might you compare your character to?
Symposium maintained Arrowmont's high standards and there were numerous workshop moments that made the event more than worthwhile.
Of the former: Wedel ranged widely across the figurative
scale in proffering both the largest and smallest works of the exhibition.
The oldest known use of clay is in making figurative
Coventry-born Jacqueline Pickstock is showing her figurative
paintings (left) at The Lock Gallery in Coventry.
Lauri Blank, a contemporary painter of figurative
works, is one of many art professionals who has noticed the immense changes figurative
art has undergone through the years.
On the figurative
floor in the room Surreal Beauty you will find Sarah Lucas's suggestive Beyond the Pleasure Principle, from 2000, consisting of a mattress speared by a long light with two spherical lights.
In fact, the artist's materials become materials of painting only to the degree that they enter into an ensemble that also includes plastic and figurative
The so-called New British Realists turn out to be self-promoting group of figurative
painters who imply a line of descent from two of Britain's most highly-regarded living painters, Lucian Freud and Frank Auerbach.