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A dramatic demonstration is also particularly crucial in a poem whose erratic narrator, perhaps testing our own percipience, sometimes calls Lamia "the serpent" and sometimes "a lady" and says here that "she was a maid," elsewhere that she was just "playing woman's part" (1:113, 146, 171, 185, 337).
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The Iron Chancellor is not for turning; he isn't thinking long term of all the economic and human casualties of his wisdom and percipience.
James, also capable of being a Roi Triste, could oversimplify in self-defeating percipience, as when he denied a barrier between his public and private selves (p.
The 1967 White Paper, a sign-post along this path to oblivion, was criticised at the time, with some percipience, not for ordering the decline, but for announcing it too explicitly.
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Tennyson represented opiates in terms of forgetfulness of family, country, and duty ("The Lotos-Eaters") or numb percipience, even potential madness (In Memoriam).
Highly equipped as a poet, she served her apprenticeship in New York at the feet of poets like Joseph Brodsky, but draws on the Welsh-language tradition and on European modernism for effects that are startling in their percipience and emotive power.