As befits its status as a work of scholarship, however, Race Mixing's ambivalence on this issue is of a more ordered and theorized kind than is Far From
Heaven's--it is shown, far more clearly, to reside in the issue itself rather than in Romano's treatment of it.
Seen from one angle, Todd Haynes's Far from
Heaven is a cunningly precise pastiche of a movie Douglas Sirk might have made in 1958--if, that is, Universal Studios had been prepared to release a movie bearing on homosexuality, interracial romance, and the civil rights movement.
Metal is often found far from
the mold-metal interface in regions where the temperatures have remained far below the solidification temperature of the metal.
indulging in empty posturing, Congress has been engaged in an extremely difficult--and so far very responsible--political struggle (among themselves and with the president) that has produced considerable success against highly unfavorable odds.
They are too far from
a subway station to qualify for a subway bonus that could add 3 FAR.
But far from
being a painful drain on their profitability, the added expense is in fact a planned consequence of their efforts to win business in an increasingly crowded market by making higher-risk loans.