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Among the topics are Holcroft and the art of sinking in poetry, his translation of the 1780s and Isabelle de Montolieu's Caroline de Lichtfield, illustrating his A Tale of Mystery as physiognomical tableaux vivant, examining Jacobian sexual politics in Anna St.
Gray, About Face: German Physiognomical Thought from
The physiognomical treatises of Lavater, Goethe's doctrine of metamorphosis, or Klee's Unendliche Naturgeschichte (Neverending Natural History) were aimed at discovering universal laws in the phenomena of living nature.
Now I will relate the signs of male and female physique and their physiognomical significance.
The many examples from both high and low culture make a convincing case for the widespread nature of physiognomical information, whether through Lavater-inspired handbooks and lectures, or more informal conventional wisdom about what various facial features reveal about a person.
Face Value: Physiognomical Thought and the Legible Body in Marivaux, Lavater, Balzac, Gautier, and Zola.
Human activities are responsible for habitat fragmentation in several forest areas worldwide, and the persistence of species in a fragmented landscape may depend strongly on their tolerance to the surrounding matrix environment and on the structural and physiognomical characteristics of the latter (Gascon et al.
Physiognomical characteristics and triatomine egg infestation in coconut palms (Coccus nucifera) from villages in north-eastern Venezuela Villages Dissected Length Approx.
From a physiognomical perspective, the riverside vegetation reveals the occurrence of three clearly distinguishable communities with regards their respective dominant tree-like species (ash, hazel-willow and birch tree forests).
This entire scene, moreover, contains a succession of violent images from the past in addition to the abortion narrative, including a reference to the French Revolution, Sarah Atkinson's physiognomical appearance in her supposed madness, and Dick's attack on Mary after her revelation of her pregnancy to him.
10) Keats is characterized as a carrier of physiognomical racial traits ("Greek .