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Professor Mayer analogizes this to the western notion of not considering equality as inclusive of children's rights.
Columnist Lisa Miller analogizes a Jack Wertheimer piece earlier this year in Commentary, which sounded the alarm on the rising costs and declining incomes of Orthodox Jews (who are more likely to be poor), to Peter Beinart's essay in terms of their respective shockwaves.
The video is set in a large white space that resembles a gallery or studio, encouraging a reading of the work that analogizes and compares the travails of laborer and artist.
Isabella then further analogizes superheroics to homosexuality when Samuel tells Pierce that a doctor "ordered a metagene test....
In this sense, Legion of Super-Heroes perfectly illustrates the contradictory treatment of race in many superhero comics: Torn between sci-fi fantasy and cultural reality, Legion ultimately erases all racial and sexual differences with the very same characters that it claims analogize our world's diversity.
402 and 4980A, the letter analogizes the situation to that in Rev.
Marclay's use of the body in his work also registers this tension: The mutability of our own substance analogizes the transience of sound, and musical instruments and records in turn are seen as prosthetics.
King also anticipated Bell's view of the redemptive power of protest, noting a lack of urgency among "Negroes" who through oppression had lost their sense of "somebodiness" and "self-respect." Bell analogizes his experience with unpredictable allies to King's.
He literally remakes these things, not only for the sake of filming them, which offers a way of reflecting on and projecting space that purposefully recalls and analogizes how things in space operate and change in the mind, but also to explore and renew them in the present.
Wilfred Samuels and Clenora Hudson-Weems analogize Paul D's state to a living death: "His daily life was a totentaz, a death (chain) dance th at ended in his symbolic entombment in a wooden prison at the end of each day" (125).