prelection


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Occupying a central space in the prelection was the book itself, on which the aural performance depended for its own actualization.
Although the work was probably written in the first place for prelection at Sempringham, as a written (and copied) text it also made itself available for private reading.
11) Or, in Tilliette's words: "Elle est composee en majeure partie de savantes et pointilleuse prelections d'Aristote.
I am, however, profoundly moved by the sometimes small and sometimes grand religious prelections of ordinary men and women who have raised their flawed and uncertain voices to God.