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In addition, the same balance of vernacularly local and originally Japanese approaches is probably the key to success of aesthetically valuable and emotionally powerful solutions.
Gates's theory of signifyin(g), with that very proper "g" haunting the vernacularly smudged "signifyin'," turns out to be a nomad creature, a language practice that occurs not in a specific space, but across spaces (again, from the Dixie Pike to Guinea), roaming from the broader milieu of vernacular ritual settings across the African diaspora to the more local familial dynamics of the Gates family and then, displaced once more, to the peculiar rituals and interpersonal dynamics of the academic seminar, book, and conference.
the parties vernacularly intended in the early 1900s, presumed that the