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Using the horror genre called upon Kubrick to employ his usual indirection that had the advantage of mitigating or eliminating entirely the danger of trivialization of genuine earthly horror.
Part one situates Spohn's notion of the grace of indirection in the context of some larger theological commitments and themes.
Piciche masterfully reconstructs the life and thought of this antihero of the late Renaissance, his intense prose and polyglot literary references matching Giuffredi's in indirection.
Closely associated with this insight is her identification of digression with the Ovidian figure of the "labyrinth," which is here less a place of entrapment and confusion than an opportunity for indirection and subtle subversion,"a winding trail scattered with intellectual riches" (12).
Nordan's indirection allows him to approach the unapproachable, telling a story that might otherwise have gone untold.
It gives us the fumbling rhetorical feints of people who use indirection to expose themselves.
What is fascinating is how by implication and indirection and more directly in the closing chapter, Jabbar draws fascinating lines of influence between the arts and sports, a topic that even within this sports-crazed era has not received much notice save how pampered members of contemporary jockocracy indulge a fondness for faddish gangster rap or heavy metal.
Years ago one of our top guys had a lot of trouble with indirection, confusing European and Asian indirection with evasiveness and yet, on the other hand, having his own attempts at indirection--that is, hinting rather than ordering--often ignored.
Indeed, if "l'aporie de tout discours et de toute reflexion sur la mort" (9) suggests that nothing real can be said about death, Le Roux-Kieken's solution is not only practical but methodologically sound: to create a discursive proxy by speaking "'autour' de la mort" (10) through metaphor and indirection.
So also with the disparate polemics of urbanism that have characterised the discourse for the last thirty years; the A to Z of urban mantras--quoted by Mirko Zardini, the exhibition's curator--from Anxious City to Zwischenstadt, that speak mostly of alienation and indirection.
They see those consultants continue to crank out dreary political ads that rely on direct, rational persuasion rather than the emotion and indirection of commercial--and Republican--advertising.
The hardships of a contemporary tragedy fail to daunt her irrepressible innocence, for, in deploying his curious cast of "lodgers," Velickovic reveals an artistry that defeats the forces of brutality with wit, indirection, and boundless good humor.