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Now she works, through memory, to invest the connection inherent in these contrarieties more powerfully into her consciousness.
Brooks may want to believe that a poet has to "'come to terms' with his experience" in what he calls "the unified poem," thereby seeking to identify the process of overcoming and holding together contrarieties as a primary element of this "experience.
In the case of Elder, the appeal to quantitatively specified property contrarieties has not been shown by him not to rest on the a priori.
From human experimentation to revolutionary social reorganization, Wright explores these seemingly polar contrarieties only to find that they share one fixed constant, one shared object of concern: American blacks.
A state of raging contrarieties, along with an overwhelming alienation from the self and from others, ensues as a consequence of Adam's fall.
In the first section of this journal, the fourteen essays focusing on Jane Austen's Letters in Fact and Fiction seek to plumb the author's minute and panoramic observations of human life in all its contrarieties.
For all their contrarieties each author here resolves upon the broadly common view that, given conflicts of interest and competing conceptions of the good, a dynamic and inclusive democratic politics forms an indispensable condition for environmental justice.
More recent productions come attended with more detailed information as to staging practices and designs, and Cox notes an increased awareness, as befits the postmodern condition, of 'tensions, contrarieties, and dissonances in the play, and of unresolved elements in its conclusion' (p.
As Fishman sees it, the same psycho-social contrarieties that defined pre-coalescence America define it now as well.
Since he was utterly disenchanted with his own activism, but was unable to change his perception of the French Revolution as what should or ought to succeed in theory, and since he was utterly disillusioned with the turns of events in France, but still unable to understand why the egalitarian aspiration did not and could not work out in practice, there seems to be no wonder that Wordsworth should have "lost / All feeling of conviction, and, in fine, / Sick and wearied out with contrarieties, / Yielded up moral questions in despair" (Prelude X.
1535), William Averell's Marvelous Combat of Contrarieties (1588), and Edward Forest's A Comparative Discourse of the Bodies Natural and Politic (1606) before turning to extended discussion of three stage plays, Dekker's The Whore of Babylon, Marlowe's The Jew of Malta, and Dekker, Ford, and Rowley's The Witch of Edmonton.