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He is less sensitive to the issue of texts that have the discussion of a work of art as their only ostensible subject or texts in which the actual appearance of the object is elided or distorted not only because of the overwhelming effects of imaginative identification or empathy with the subject represented in art, but also under a wide variety of pressures.
It seems to me," Harper argues, "that it is the specific import of different constituencies' fragmented experience in the postmodern context that has been elided in most general theoretical considerations of postmodernism, which don't take into account social identity as a pertinent micro-level political contingency" (10-11).
In classical Greek poetry, an apostrophe (') is substituted for an elided letter, as it is frequently in English verse.
Issues of genre and gender are also elided by Andiamo's focus upon male Gothic fiction.
In the third section of this book, Bharucha examines several Indian theatrical forms, including the implicitly devotional Krishna theatre, and demonstrates the innumerable theatrical voices in India that become elided in the intercultural search for an icon of "India.
The departures from this myth--that his father had worked his way from sharecropper to landowner, that young Huddie got to attend school, unlike the vast majority of his peers--were usually elided.
This elided the distinct oppression Black women faced within the women's rights and civil rights movements.
Reece concentrates on junctural metanalysis, the ways in which the beginnings or endings of words are dropped or elided with surrounding words to create a new pronunciation.
In a sense, Himes's novel can be seen as a response to the "high modernist literature" that either elided black creative expression or sanitized it (Scruggs 211).
Substantial passages are repeated almost verbatim one page apart; necessary distinctions are omitted or deliberately elided, characterizations of the views of other thinkers are sloppy and tendentious.
It is a hard course to steer in such a brief compass: differences between the earlier and the later science must of necessity be elided, oddities and aberrations are explained, and sceptical views corrected robustly, to reveal the underlying sense of Goethe's scientific work.