expose to view

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One result is to expose to view a "dialogic relationship" between past and present, highlighting mediaeval traits of postmodernity in The Name of the Rose and postmodern ones of the Middle Ages in Baudolino, and questioning principles of historical periodization "more compellingly than in his theoretical writings addressing such issues" (73).
1 : to expose to view by digging away a covering <They've excavated an ancient city.
To promote the innocent and refined pleasures of the fancy and intellect; to strip the monster vice of all his borrowed charms, and expose to view his native deformity; to display the resistless attractions of virtue; and, in one word, to rouse to action all the latent energies of man, in the proper and ardent pursuit of the great end of his existence, is the orator's pleasing, benevolent, sublime employment.