The interior designer David Bentheim has been charged with a radical makeover that promises to transform this difficult subterranean exhibition space by opening up the claustrophobically
heavy architectural stands of recent years to provide an environment that is airy and sharply minimal.
In the photos, Smith's elegant right-leaning script claustrophobically
surrounds the images or veers away from them in parabolas and geometrical configurations.
Robert Browning, and FitzGerald, with particular emphasis on images of "the claustrophobically
imprisoned mind" (p.
The Geman director is probably most famous for two ocean based dramas -the claustrophobically
intense Das Boot, about a U boat crew's struggle for survival.
Rereading," she writes, "forces you to spend time, at claustrophobically
close range, with your earnest, anxious, pretentious, embarrassing former self, a person you thought you had left behind but who turns out to have been living inside you all along.
The narrators of Gass's other fictions are to varying degrees concerned with the same dilemma but are perhaps less claustrophobically
restricted to words and words alone.
Their favored method of hunting was as foreign to me as the claustrophobically
thick coastal habitat where these elk hung out.
It is heightened further by the claustrophobically
male company Dawes, as a prisoner, involuntarily keeps.
So shared understanding of confinement could be the key to woman-identification, but, as much I've sweated claustrophobically
from being trapped in place, I know at times I have envied the security of having "a place.
accurate driver but I do not see the powers-that-be making the course claustrophobically
difficult as they will not want to humiliate the 25 club professionals who take part.
Its culture stretches to an archaeological museum which is airlessly, claustrophobically
THE EXORCIST (1973): The most consistently and claustrophobically
scary movie of all time in which head-swivelling was just a mild moment.