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45) Here the three levels of literary idealism are marked out: (1) the literary work as experience or world brokenly but necessarily related to the world as a whole; (2) the fictional experience or world as centred on autonomy, mastery or personality; (3) mastery or personality as sensitive receptiveness to the larger flows of experience in the world, where the world is thought of as everything that exists.
At the same time, it was only with the declaration of the eighth commandment on Mount Sinai that this commandment that sounded brokenly within the heart of man was restored externally and in the form of an external voice now pervaded through to his very conscience.
confess it brokenly with [her] English tongue," asks, "Do you like me, Kate?
Of the various words and phrases from Samson Agonistes that move brokenly through Blake's discourse, the most commonly recognized is the one I quoted above describing Samson's initial subjection to tyranny: grinding "at the Mill with slaves" (41).
The third and fourth sections follow similar trajectories, retracing two more times the path from eros to loss: the third lover, a blue-fingernailed man first seen slumped in a chair at a Free Clinic, attracts and then burns the speaker, leaving her a "moth sobb[ing] brokenly in the middle of the room" ("Ignatz at the--Hotel"); the final Ignatz seems safely domesticated, a sleepy lover apparently content in the "sylvan bower" Krazy creates for him, until this flighty, "winged Ignatz" escapes from his birdcage into the neighbor's bed.
According to the index, the market now is brokenly stabilizing, but slowly.
He spoke brokenly about the children buried in unmarked graves around the school, bones that have been dug up and "spirits .
This inchoate inheritance can be glimpsed at best intuitively, vaguely, brokenly, but it can indeed be felt, and its efficacy lies in the hint of previously unimagined opportunities it releases.