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Thus, in his funeral homily for Ben Black Elk (200-204), the author conflates the "Black Elk tradition" with his own catechesis about Christ and the pipe.
This movement, Fischlin asserts, conflates private emotion with non-private, exterior meditation, thereby betraying the lyric's ultimate inability to represent fully either the experience of passion or the precise nature of the object of that passion.
African American conflates the cultural experiences of Mary Prince, Olaudah Equiano, and Frances E.
He conflates `moral authority' and legal liability, whereas the sole point at issue in the actual case was the latter.
The Enterprise Web Suite, which conflates portal, search, collaboration and content management technologies, allows companies to create a variety of Collaborative Business Environments and applications, with strict adherence to the Basex One Environment Rule.
Equally evocative is Transplanted, 2001/2005, a manicured heap of large tar-paper rectangles, many of them torn along one edge, which, like many of Donovan's works, tweaks and conflates Earth art and post-Minimalist scatter.
Wheeler too easily conflates the description of Africans at the less developed end of the Scottish tale of technological progress and civil freedom on the one hand, and some naturalist linkages of Africans with lower levels of intelligence and capacity on the other.
Industry conflates with biology in an expressive, tectonic composition that alludes to Freiburg's now extinguished industrial base.
Peach at times conflates readers and readings, as in "to a white reader versed in European literature" (43), and consistently implies that linearity and closure are characteristics of "white" writing, whereas circularity and ambivalence are characteristics of "black.
The latter conflates mechanized painterly gesture with a kind of substitute for the indexical representational processes of photography.
In so doing he, like most historians, conflates white collar and middle class, under-appreciating the vast differences between engineers and clerks (whose spouses were often blue or pink collar).
In rewriting Ariosto and Tasso (as well as Homer and Vergil), Spenser conflates the traditionally epic themes of honor and glory with romantic ones, so that glorious or dynastically fruitful love becomes the goal of this true "epic romance.