transmigratory


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By contrast, an inclusivity governance reflects the emergent multiversal realities of a postnational Canada in a freewheeling yet networked globalizing world of transmigratory movements, multiple linkages, and hybridic identities (Walton-Roberts 2011).
Contrary to popular perception, transmigratory linkages and incorporation into the receiving country are not necessarily contradictory but may concur simultaneously in a mutually reinforcing fashion (Jedwab 2007/08).
3) See Mary Jane Suero-Elliot's "Subverting the Mainland: Transmigratory Biculturalism in U.
Gather's repetition of the verb "cross" in the opening pages of the novel stresses the transmigratory nature of the journey: as the traveler passes over boundaries in space, the past recedes and with it the self that lived there.
As Raja Bipasachit(113) witnessed [the attractions of Maya] so too do they, and do not have to endure the transmigratory round.
The sickly green, unifying the entire painting, weakens the vision we might have had of objects in conflict, of transmigratory entities bearing away different aspects of the spirit.
John Carlos Rowe asserts that for Hawthorne, literature is a transnational art form, while the author is a customs agent: "Literature's transnational purpose in connecting contemporary readers with different 'nations,' such as England, Germany, and Italy, is complemented by its transmigratory function, which enables the reader to experience spirits of history and ghosts of the past to be imaginatively reincarnated in the characters of a literary fiction" (95).
Its conditional factors are ascetic detachment, terror in the face of transmigratory existence [samsarabhiruta], and the like.