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Still, this is another potent allegory, something to unriddle, or at least to be chastened by.
Or, as in the demented Balkan theologies so thoroughly ventilated by Milorad Pavic in his Dictionary of the Khazars, before he sold out to the Serbian sex criminals: perhaps a search for all the pieces of the broken body of the original Adam (Cadmon or Ruhani), whose angle-making re-assembly, by glossaries and alphabeticons, will unriddle the Universe.
Now, however we unriddle it, "Adonais," as the imago of "John Keats," remains an abracadabra-word, tricky and performative, that aims at accentuating the "splendour" of naming, as undertaken with a ritual and fixative power.
But I will unriddle for you the thought of his mind,
Felt Yeats' extreme directness, simplicity, & equality: liked his praise; liked him: but cant unriddle the universe at tea.
The amazement is that this great dance of sexual oneness transcends, artistically, the arcane iconography, which only priests and scholars know how to unriddle.
In order to better grasp the importance of Boas's answer to this essential question in modern context, we will start by presenting a few fundamental facts related to how he came to grapple with this problem now considered in science as being among the most difficult to unriddle.
In a setting devoid of the usual bureaucracy, they could gather to unriddle cold murder cases, keep their games sharp, maybe help some people.
The catalogue for Kiefer's show is a morass of portentous exegesis by Mark Rosenthal, a dazzled enthusiast, and the staff of the Museum of Modern Art has obligingly furnished visitors with a handout lexicon of hermetic definitions they can use to unriddle meanings planted there.