suggested meaning

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Probably she was unconscious of her own movements; but this very unconsciousness added to the offensiveness of their suggested meaning.
"In Carson's poetry," Denman asserts, "the suggested meaning lies not outside and around a single image, as in Pound's formulation for Imagist poetry, but is located somewhere between two or more images that become the co-ordinates of a conceptual space" (34).
If these contextual factors are sufficiently restrictive, limiting the communication of the appropriate suggested meaning only to those cases where it is intended by the poet, then they are indeed invariably connected with the intent to express that meaning, and can serve as the basis for a valid inference (if not, the verse in question would be ambiguous, and hence faulty).
While Anandavardhana clearly takes rasa to be the prototypical and most important variety of suggested meaning, he hesitates to make rasa and rasa alone the essential goal of all poetry, taking dhvani in general (i.e., vastu-, alamkara-, and rasa-dhvani) to be the "soul of poetry" (atma kavyasya).
Theologians like Bhoja and Rupa Gosvamin might be given a bit more of their due; but that may be a suggested meaning unwarranted by the text itself.
The music changed, the titles and the works' suggested meanings changed; the movement vocabulary did not.