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(7) While Ulrich Beck only recently has stressed the fundamental threat to territorial concepts of identity that emanate from cultural difference writ large by the emergent libidinal forces of globalization, (8) Bhabha more optimistically asks questions about the practical and theoretical implications of unsubdued minority discourses.
'Japan with all her treachery and greed remains unsubdued.
Mai "feels the sharp, unsubdued scent of chemicalized smoke settle" in her nose from the exploded grenade and it becomes inconsequential if she is actually in Saigon in 1968 or not because it is the response of her mind to these events in the present moment that disturbs and interrupts her ability to clearly comprehend the present moment (2).
In a manner typical of the educated colonial woman, Henning draws on what she has read of the American frontier to speculate on what lies beyond the frontier: 'The "far north" here is like the far west in America, and strange wild stories are brought down about it.' (9) The mental geography of the contact zone which is evident in these letters--in particular the opposition of the station and its civilising effects to the wild unsubdued lands not yet under effective colonial control--forms the basis of the textual landscape of novels published by women later in the nineteenth century.
Change is essential to aesthetic creation and reception; it is to be found, for Stevens, not in a static, perfect heaven but in the variable human emotions that characterize quotidian existence: Passions of rain, or moods in falling snow; Grievings in loneliness, or unsubdued Elations when the forest blooms; gusty Emotions on wet roads on autumn nights; All pleasures and all pains, remembering The bough of summer and the winter branch.
Divinity must live within herself: Passions of rain, or moods in falling snow; Grievings in loneliness, or unsubdued Elations when the forest blooms; gusty Emotions on wet roads on autumn night; All pleasures and all pains, remembering The bough of summer and the winter branch.
conquer 'islanders like yourselves, who are still unsubdued, or
He returns to find that his brother David, "the headstrong slave / Of passions unsubdued," has unjustly seized power, has imprisoned many of his brothers, and, to Madoc's horror, has actually married a Saxon princess in order to solidify his rule against any threats from his upstart kindred (I.i.168-69).
In 167/783-84 Musa was sent to lead a large military expedition against the strategically important and still unsubdued mountain principality of Tabaristan.
Ruskin proceeded with his work, largely unsubdued, although disturbed by the lack of appreciation of his economic ideas.
Nothing will more effectually mar the peace, and destroy the happiness of the domestic circle, than the prevalence of a peevish, unsubdued temper.