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However, this argument ignores Lawrence's tendency to end his novels irresolutely or even, as Anthony Burgess pointed out, to make the characters suddenly depart, like their creator, for another country.
principles that it would apply irresolutely. (147) These principles,
As he interprets the documentary evidence, the philosophy dramatically shifted as a result of small faltering changes and Wittgenstein is ill-described as 'resolutely' thinking all he says is gibberish or 'irresolutely' believing truth can be packaged in nonsense.
It's noteworthy that the PPP-led alliance acted irresolutely to legislate both on fighting corruption and terrorism.
29-30), formulate the key question, according to Bazin, that is writ large and irresolutely in the ostensibly non-fiction work: 'Is there any possible reconciliation between the individual's desires and the demands of society?' (p.
Flowing throughout is the undercurrent of anger and bitterness that irresolutely defines the relationship between the Plains Indians and their white neighbors.
The Alice books, however, belong unreservedly to neither of these diametric filiations, but, as we shall see, mediate (though somewhat irresolutely) between both traditional and innovative forms of allegory: that is, between affirmative, conclusive quests, on the one hand, and equivocal, inconclusive quests on the other.
As the train resumes its progress, however, he suddenly finds himself struck by the new brides "All posed irresolutely, watching us go" (30), the passage continues, "As if out on the end of an event / Waving goodbye / To something that survived it" (31-33).
Although I would not encourage the generic conservatism within the context of those older debates, from a witnessing standpoint, the preservation of a mode which haunts, mourns irresolutely, or bears the imprint of the traumatic can be valuable for testimony.
Often he stood between them, turning irresolutely from one
Harry backed down the two steps and stood irresolutely, frowning down at his shoes.
The categories 'National Socialist' and 'inner emigration' assume a polarization that implies that writers inside Germany were either Nazis or silent opponents, not accounting for a large number of writers that were irresolutely neither.