incoercible


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incoercible

[in′kō·ur′sibəl]
pertaining to something that cannot be restrained or willfully terminated, as a siege of hiccups.
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5) In Prodige, it is Robert, the husband of one of the main characters, who directly engages the question of his own enigmatic role in the story, effectively articulating this structural element of the text: "j'ai le sentiment incoercible de jouer dans une piece de theatre.
He hopes to give the reader a glimpse of his creative world: "Yo quiero que veais conmigo y que sintais si puede ser la genesis de un libro de poesia con todo lo que hay de consciente en la factura, con todo lo que hay de vago y de incoercible en el sentimiento" (118-19).