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By emphasizing the central shift in outlook upon which the structure of the novel depends, Quigley links Night and Day to the meditations on the issues of vagueness and vision that famously preoccupy later more experimental (and generically complex) works Jacob's Room and The Waves: the perennially unanswered questions of meaning; self, impersonality and community; shadow and substance.
Also, conceiving her audience as the general public rather than as fellow specialists, "she found it difficult to sustain the impersonality and objectivity that the historical profession demanded" (145).
This prominent impersonality in Sepehri's poetry can be securely thought of in connection with Barthes' argument known as "The Death of the Author".
Lauren Kay, founder of The Dating Ring, is offering successful, young professionals an alternative to the secrecy and impersonality of sites like OKCupid and Match.
Esposito (theoretical philosophy, Istituto Italiano di Scienze Umane) examines the various ways by which the category of personhood and impersonality permeates the human sciences and political discourse.
Keywords: classicism, romanticism, ambivalence, impersonality.
Very much like his theory of tradition, Eliot's theory of impersonality also holds imprints of his personality.
This paper discusses the poets skilful use of various devices to build up the impression of impersonality and tradition in the poem.
Instances of the latter are the growing impersonality and inaccessibility of tax officials, delays in hospital treatment on account of scheduling rules devised by medically-unqualified administrators and the fact that a botched privatization means that it is cheaper to fly round the world than to buy a first-class return ticket to Inverness if one is stupid enough to go into any railway station west of Plymouth.
As a teenager, Chambers was dismayed by the discomfort and impersonality of disposable tampons and pads, and subsequently she began researching alternative menstrual care products.
The 1971 sequence "Metamorphoses" exemplifies the kind of non-narrative impersonality Kleinzahler calls typical of Fisher's work.
Wholly different in personality, temperament, and as writers--Frisch, the master of impersonality, metaphoric subtlety, variousness and elegance of form; Durrenmatt bizarre, satiric, almost clownish in his tragic-comic plays--the two groped and struggled over a lifetime to make their relationship (friendship?