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Of an audacious, unimpressionable nature, Ackroyd defies, especially in his recent work, the literary dominants and stereotypes of the present, resisting its modish interrogations, more inquisitive of its 'anxieties of influence' than of its post-traumatic syndromes.
He cannot recognise that this phlegmatic and unimpressionable body with which he now goes burthened, is the same that he knew heretofore so quick and delicate and alive" ("OS" 87-88).
Making an impression on the unimpressionable requires new paradigms.
She is "unimpressionable and temperamentally incapable of enthusiasm" (1).
This meant taking on a role they would never assume in "real life"--an unquestioning, unimpressionable, non-argumentative, silent individual making a decision normally requiring numerous questions, varying and changing impressions, constant arguing and disputing and highly vocal involvement.