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In some panels, Barth approximates the afterimage that remains on the retina after a long look, creating quasi silhouettes of the juxtaposed quiet tableau in white on glowing red.
Israeli experience is the focus in a survey of daily lives, violence, and politics, with chapters juxtaposed between interviews with government officials on both sides of the conflict to experiences of relatives, refugees, and his own friends and family, creating an intimate social and political portrait of a country at war within its own boundaries.
These texts are juxtaposed to each other to derive multiple meanings, meanings that sometimes critique each other.
These photographs are juxtaposed with vintage images of the community's glory days--a true, 'back-to-the-future' picture show.
Schmidt has juxtaposed the pointe work of ballet vocabulary and African rhythms with exciting results.
As figures as diverse as Betty Shabazz, Orpheus and Fat Albert stand and fall alongside one another, the persona of the poet also emerges, quirky and likeable, a palatable version of black masculinity unavoidably juxtaposed with contemporary media images of gun-toting, boisterous endangered black male predators.
Its albums--particularly the early ones--were fastidiously crafted fabulous concoctions of savagely dissimilar styles juxtaposed, blended, preened, and primped to pimp a rock bouquet both bombastic and effeminate.
Chomarat identifies disparate myths or "migrating" variants of one myth that Marullus juxtaposed in conceiving his hymns.
Pinguet appears to have been touched by Mishima's death, not unlike Ivan Morris, the distinguished English scholar of Japanese literature who was moved by it to write his Nobility of Failure (Meridian, 1975), a series of vignettes on defeated heroes that juxtaposed an allegedly special Japanese admiration for "the courageous loser" (xi) against "our" (Western?
Critic, curator, and philosopher Klaus Ottmann presents Thought Through My Eyes: Writings On Art, 1977-2005, an anthology of numerous essays from over the course of decades about art as juxtaposed with philosophy, literature, and science.
The eye is stimulated by the play between repetition and variation created by elements that are consistent and yet change, depending on how they are juxtaposed.
This book includes a wealth of illustrations, many from original manuscripts juxtaposed interestingly with contemporary designs and existing landscapes.