We have at the far right those anthropomorphous
monkeys, which Humboldt recognizes as dangerously similar to humans.
(Cuentos y leyendas 17) These powerful juxtapositions of incongruous elements that shock the normal perception of reality may inadvertently pass as surrealistically inconsequential when in fact it is a strong resonance of the Popol Vuh, a text in which the superuatural, metamorphosis, anthropomorphous
images, and personification of inanimate elements, and Native views of human connection to the earth and other species are common features.
King parodies an anthropomorphous
image of God in Genesis 1-3.
The principal subject of his investigation was the monkey, probably the macaque because anthropomorphous
monkeys were hardly available and possibly unknown in Rome at that time (Garofalo 1991).
is really but a poor, anthropomorphous
animal, is day by day becoming plainer and more manifest" (1981, 58).
According to Fludernik, narrativity occurs, that is: the reader views a text as a story, upon encounter with any anthropomorphous
agency that accumulates and evaluates recognizable, "real" experience and displays emotional involvement.