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incestuous

resulting from INCEST.
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At the novel's end, the Morgesons find themselves incestuously under one roof.
If we imagine the abnormal, deviant Gothic body as the fruit of the struggle between straightening and queering forces, the occult scientist is (paradoxically, and perhaps incestuously) father, midwife, and child of this union.
Prospera is a more empathetic and empowered female icon of powerful womanhood than Jessica Lange's incestuously protective mother in Titus or the upper-class, undervalued, and ultimately ineffective suburban mother in Across the Universe.
Moreover, as in the original all-male romance, where all characters seem to be incestuously related to each other, so are the relationships between characters in this version of Jekyll suggestive of complex kinship and affiliation.
It's doubly encouraging to note that the construct is offered solo in a culture where incestuously multiauthored scholarship masquerades as "collaborative research."
Bartholomew, Oliver's twin brother, is physically massive, clearly disturbedhe sports a Hitler mustache, seemingly unaware of how people will reactand incestuously close to his mother.
Although always volatile and often dangerous, Karin seems lucid enough as she tries to reassure her concerned but ineffectual husband (his anguish manifest in Harner's simpatico perf), or incestuously toys with the ricocheting hormones of her brother (a breakout perf from young Rosenfield).
The King Lear/Leir story is related to innumerable oral tales, including the Cinderella story, in which a father loses a daughter he incestuously desires, but nevertheless regains her and her forgiveness in the happy ending.
In addition to speaking against the traditions of maternal melodrama, SGG and LC also offer a riposte to the tradition of the sexually predatory older woman, as set up so memorably by Mike Nichols' The Graduate (1967), and to some extent by the incestuously inclined Norma Desmond (Gloria Swanson) of Sunset Boulevard (1950).
Enhancing the complications of the mirroring, "the plain" on which Phaedra wishes to join Hippolytus may be the un-scythed meadow from which he wreathes Artemis a garland, the tumulus on which Hippolytus receives showers of prenuptial maiden hair and of Aphrodite lying among the anemones of her cult's incestuously generated human toy, Adonis.
Perhaps the most significant piece of information provided in Silvestre Paradox, and missing in the novel of 1902, is the inference that he is incestuously related to his cousin, whom his aunts wish him to marry: "Maria Flora y yo somos hermanos" (128); "la madre de Maria Flora era tremenda, fuese pervirtiendose hasta el extremo a que ha llegado ..." (128).
Berenice (mentioned in the Acts of the Apostles as greeting, with great pomp, the Roman governor of Judaea) married her uncle, lived incestuously with her brother, married a second husband and returned to sexual intimacy with her brother.