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Kincaid's blurring/splicing of subjects presents a formidable challenge to traditional autobiography; at the same time, it results in the undecipherability of determining to whom the auto/biography belongs: mother or daughter, or both mother and daughter.
The problem now is the inscription on the-pot as such, regardless of its undecipherability. Bypassing the possibility of the pot being a fake (with its sui generis nature), we think that its rarity should itself be accounted for.
An extirpator's regional victory for Christianity over "idolatry" is complicated by the undecipherability of mid-colonial Indian practice.
Formerly, the Left, writes Diggins, "set out to comprehend the world in order to change it" by speaking "truth to power." The contemporary Academic Left however "can barely grapple with the undecipherability of texts".