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It furthers a visceral connection between the object of spectacularity in the film and a wider consciousness, or as Vivian Sobchack furthers:
Spectacularity The most intense strike in fresh- 17 water fishing.
Damon believes he is controlling the meaning of his subjectivity, but he is not; he is only bearing others' meaning of his subjectivity and thus allowing others to narrate his spectacularity and agency.
Finally, geomorphological assets are evaluated also on the basis of their scenic component, both for their intrinsic spectacularity and as a source of appeal and interest, thus favouring environmental awareness and sensitivity.
In addition, Pough's book sheds light on rhetorical strategies such as spectacularity and representation.
My goal here is not a remapping of women as "legitimate" political agents nor a reintroduction of Western-Anglo feminism's focus on "militant feminism;" (63) rather, I want to suggest that such histories can provide multiple narratives and theorizations that illustrate how state structures are premised upon forms of gender violence facilitated through the spectacularity of terrorist violence and the violated female body.
How can it be that in such a short period of time the spectacularity of gayness has become so dull?
In the following, my aim is to examine the Carterian performativity in its relation to textuality, corporeality and femininity in my favorite of Carter's original works, the 1984 Nights at the Circus, (4) a novel called by Tamas Benyei a narrative of seduction, magic, play and primarily spectacularity.
Even those only vaguely familiar with Fincher's film need hardly be reminded of its decisive narrative ploy--the revelation that Jack and Tyler Durden are the same person--and the concomitant spectacularity of the scenes in which Norton's character is shown to beat himself up.
Ford's The Broken Heart lacks the spectacularity of Titus, but instead attempts to intensify the "ordinary experiences" of hunger and bloodletting in order to provoke a similar disorientation in its viewers.
Spectacularity was both strategy and interpretive lens, making possible enthusiasm and rejection.
Tess uniquely exemplifies the pain inflicted by spectacularity on a soul that knows its own deepest pleasure as a mode of unselfconscious, unconstrained being which is antithetical to spectacle.