strangeness


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A Strangeness in My Mind is organised using an interesting technique.
While this alternately goofy, serious, lyrical and beguiling cine-essay serves primarily as a loving tribute to the memory of Anderson's rat terrier, Lolabelle, its roving, free-associative structure brings together all manner of richly eccentric musings on the evasions of memory, the limitations of language and storytelling, the strangeness of life in a post-9/11 surveillance state, and the difficulty and necessity of coming to terms with death.
Shifting Focus: Strangers and Strangeness in Literature and Education
Turkish Nobel laureate Orhan Pamuk's ninth novel, Kafamda Bir Tuhaflik (A Strangeness in My Mind, forthcoming in English translation in fall 2015 from Knopf) chronicles the life of an eccentric street vendor, Mevlut, whose enduring passion is to sell the long-forgotten Ottoman drink boza in Istanbul.
All the while, Mevlut often wonders what the source of this "strangeness" in his head is -- a strangeness that makes him different from all the "others," according to the YKY website.
NEW YORK -- Showtime is returning to the weird world of "Twin Peaks'' in a new series a quarter-century after the original version rocked viewers with its strangeness.
Riyadh, Rabi'II 28, 1435, Feb 28, 2014, SPA -- An official source at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs expressed strangeness and astonishment at the remarks made by the Press and Information Section, at the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, issued on Tuesday Feb.
Cultural, social and literary studies have also taken a trans-national turn, and the discussions in the area of comparative studies have for some time dealt with the binary of social, political, historical, linguistic and cultural, sameness and strangeness.
He says: "Javier allowed himself to be playful and mischievous, but never lost the danger, the mystery, the strangeness.
In these poetic responses, he finds a common concern with strangeness in textual practice, cross-cultural encounter, and transnational affiliation and shows how this poetics of strangeness has shaped conceptions of the global as much as have history, geography, and economics.
With so much cut-price cheer on display, there's scarcely time to ponder the strangeness of Iceland choosing someone so vocal about her Jewish background to tout Christmas munchables.
And when Worlock rears its horror show head, we've been more than touched by the hand of strangeness, but strangeness never felt so good.