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Like Nash, she begins by deconstructing theories of representation, dissemblance, and respectability upfront, in an introduction subtitled "Disrupting Dissemblance.
55) Charles Didi-Huberman, Era Angelico: Dissemblance and Figuration, trans.
Beginning the Midwest section is a particularly important chapter by Sundiata Keita Cha-Jua, who conducts an analysis of black responses to the mob execution of Samuel Bush in Decatur, Illinois, in 1893, a case that allows the author to question scholarly conceptions of black, subaltern resistance as "any response by African Americans, especially deference and dissemblance," a conception that "ultimately undermine[s] the concept's heuristic value" (p.
It is important to note that Fanlin has made at least some step towards a real relationship with Bori by allowing the bird into his studio, but one must also realize that the language of this scene and its ultimate dissemblance show that Fanlin is unwilling for this moment to exist on anything other than his own terms.
2) "World-totality," Glissant believes, will depend on our progress toward a transnational creolization, involving the "contact, conflict, attraction, harmony, repulsion, dissemblance, resemblance between cultures of the world," resulting in what he calls "a chaos-world[,] not because it is a world in disorder, but because it is an unpredictable world.
Darlene Clark Hine, "Rape and the Inner Lives of Black Women in the Middle West: Preliminary Thoughts on the Culture of Dissemblance," in Words of Fire: An Anthology of African American Feminist Thought, ed.
Malgre la dissemblance produite par les images du film, on reste frappe du secret accord qui sourd de la mise en scene des montees et descentes de passagers, du glissement de la camera au long des rails avec la singularite de cette phrase musicale << tenue >> par une emission continue, a l'instar du trajet des rails symetriques tendus dans l'espace visible du cadre.
Here as well is interwoven the onomastic farce of Greene's The Comedians (1966) in which, against the sobering backdrop of Haiti's murderous regime under Francois (Papa Doc) Duvalier, characters innocuously named Brown, Jones, Smith, and Baxter play out their assigned roles of dissemblance in "the human comedy" (29).
Stanley, if Samuel Pegge is to be believed when he states that she took on Arcadia as a result of financial constraint, engages in dissemblance here.
In order to propagate and display this 'good-citizen' persona women in Pukhtoon culture usually practice, "The dynamic of dissemblance involved creating the appearance of disclosure or openness about themselves and their feelings, while actually remaining an enigma" (Hine, 1997:436).
We might consider instead that intimacy as a shared experience is the best antidote to disorientation and the dissemblance of being.