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cap·su·lize

(kap'sū-līz)
To enclose.
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Phelan performs valuable service in capsulizing some of the main themes and issues in these literatures.
Zafar concludes by capsulizing how these literary shifts promoted the emergence of the African-American authorial voice and the development of its distinct literary traditions.
Power," in note 4 to the Introduction (15), for instance, is indeed one of the hardest Foucauldian concepts to define (and to teach); Brannigan does a good job capsulizing it, and emphasizes that the "discussion of power will appear throughout this volume.
It is an irreplaceable monument capsulizing, and critiquing, a great era of scholarly enterprise, that of the original quest for the Jesus of history.