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The reoccupation campaign performed a year after the first campaign confirmed that deformation rates, in the area, are indeed very small.
Reoccupation means that the tripod is broken down and re-setup, at which point another observation is made.
He persuasively demonstrates how the need for reoccupation involves a process of transference, projection, and substitution leading modernist writers to appropriate and use odyssey motifs to project modernity's anxieties onto British imperial experience.
As he explores the modern subject's attempt at reoccupation, Adams reveals how the drive for totality characterizing the modern age corroborates a search for wholeness manifest in modernist fiction.