At the same time, some critics, Attwell included, have insisted that Coetzee's studied self-reflexivity in the face of what might be called the "representational literalism" of apartheid-era South African literature was neither intransitive nor self-contained, a move which has allowed Coetzee's imbrication
in the political matrix of the apartheid state to be addressed (Attwell 1993; cf.
She is in many ways articulating an imbrication
between two structures of patriarchy.
In seeking to illuminate the Victorians' own methods of categorization, Black dismantles the binaries that so often bedevil modern analyses of the nineteenth century, unsettling distinctions between high art and popular culture, and insisting upon the imbrication
of literary texts in the same historical circumstances that produced their spectacular and defining museological projects.
What is no doubt more important here is Walton's sense of the imbrication
of life and work, the ways in which each fertilized and shaped the other.
Moreover, she argues that the growing social imbrication
between Turkish ruling "others" and the city's indigenous inhabitants, mainly Arab or Berber, are indicators of larger transformations.
79] Statius (94-99) has recently discussed the manner in which Montaigne's philosophy subverts "concepts" with metaphors, and this passage is exemplary for its layering and imbrication
of several metaphors whose harmoniously coordinated transfers amount to the articulation of notions almost ineffable in conceptual terms.
In caimans and Diplocynodon, the anterior ossification usually bears small pits posterior to the imbrication
zone, and these pits are not arranged in a single discrete row (e.
We describe a new imbrication
technique that reduces pain, minimizes bleeding, and serves to realign muscle tension, thereby reducing palatal bulk.
It consists in reanimating their imbrication
, in raising their stakes: on the one hand, there are those materials provided and arranged by vocabulary and syntax; on the other hand, there are those materials delivered up by the body's functioning, and by that mysterious, negatively defined entity which psychoanalysis has, according to Freud's simple formula, "inserted between the physical and what has been called until now the psychic.
Each of these is equally compatible with Bennett's sense of the discipline as being about the imbrication
of knowledge and power.
fait sans contredit la richesse de cet ouvrage abondamment documente et ponctue d'innombrables faits, petits et grands, qui illustrent l'argumentation de l'auteur.
The second major section, parts IV and V, deals with Machaut's literary career prior to the Voir-Dit, and specifically with the development at his hands of the narrative dit: the growth of his interest in first-person narrative, the imbrication
of the fictional and the historical, the growing interest in parallels between a mythical pseudo-past and a mundane present, the increasing deployment of what one might call the rhetoric of digression.