Only at the conclusion does Calvino reintroduce Pitre's narrative, for in both versions the hero returns to his grandfather's kingdom where the king, dismayed to see his grandson alive, shares the dragon's fate of petrification
. Whereas Pitre seems to have forgotten the hero's mother (the boy brings back to the palace only "su' padre"--his father), Calvino's hero returns triumphant with both of his parents (Pitre 7).
In military, pornographic or poetic contexts, the fantasy that we dominate the objects of our gaze actually recoils against us, revealing the emptiness or petrification
of our subject positions.
Arnold exposes Irene's statuesque petrification
as the ill-conceived product of her father's demands, for she is forced to "fit" into his "pattern" or mold.
, presented by theatre company Telltale in association with LittleMighty, premieres at Live Theatre before heading off on an extensive UK tour.
'Passion and Petrification
. the gaze in Apuleius', CP 93, 18-48.
Composed in the midst of the battle between Italian and Austro-Hungarian forces for Monte San Michele, a stronghold of the Austrian defense that was seized eventually by the Italians (the day after the composition of "Sono una creatura," in fact), the poem likens the frustrated cry of its speaker to a taciturn stone, suggesting a process of petrification
in which the human voice is figuratively "turned to stone." Using the words "totalmente disanimata," the poem describes a condition of lifelessness and immobility, in which both language and being seem emptied of meaning.
Without continued reading and interpretation texts are subject to deaths of irrelevancy and/or petrification
About half of the long saltings of the head of Petrification
Bay was inspected in late 2012 but it has no habitat suitable for the Arrowgrass.
Reflections on Fanon and Petrification
, In Gibson, N.
But reforestation unshackled from petrification
would be an additional feather in the cap.
Fossilization process, here, is a type of petrification
, responded Sid.