As Sol dies, Thorn is left comfortless and alone in a stark world that claustrophobically
has no future.
To top the whole thing off, buildings like the excellent library and Town Hall are choked by the claustrophobically
close ring road.
The comedy here is especially sharp: all these financial details come not from an omniscient narrator but from the gossip of other characters--Elizabeth Watson, Mary Edwards, and Robert Watson--making this social world seem more claustrophobically
mercenary than usual in an Austen novel.
Nor is it part of the agenda to try for a quick run through the underground film and artists so diverse as Warhol, Brakhage, Kenneth Anger, the late Ron Rice, a dozen others--their variety is extraordinary, their research into techniques, orgies, optical extravaganzas, animation, surrealism, exquisite photography and claustrophobically
inept photography have slashed out a hundred indications of new trail.
We see glass windows--through which the Portuguese coast is visible--that protect Jeanne from the brisk sea wind and confine the young girl within a claustrophobically
Hope and despair, cooperation and betrayal, tenderness and savage disregard for other human beings mark these stories, as Mueenuddin concisely and skillfully develops a rich social world comprised almost claustrophobically
of close but seldom truly intimate personal relationships.
We have too wonderful and diverse anation to be claustrophobically
stuck in just one city.
Here said unhappy family is on a sailboat, claustrophobically
together for months.
Crime, unemployment and ethnic tensions have heightened problems in the neighbourhood, claustrophobically
sandwiched between two main London termini.
When Betty enters the claustrophobically
arranged audience at her audition, Lynch satirizes the Hollywood industry for its superficial projects and cast of insincere, lecherous powerbrokers and hollow performers.
My school was claustrophobically
small, just like the lesbian community so often is, even in big cities like my own.
I walked along the damp, gloomy and claustrophobically
narrow tunnels next to the silos where the soldiers would spend up to two weeks at a time beneath ground.