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boustrophedonic

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Evan Parker/Transatlantic Art Ensemble - Boustrophedon (ECM)
90 Liddell & Scott's Greek Lexicon and OED concur that the adverb is BOUSTROPHEDON, not BOUSTROPHON.
3] 1055 A ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] [retrograde with reversed sigmas]) and B ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]), are not a single boustrophedon text as usually edited.
On the political level, every island implies separation and rebellion (Crete, Sicily, Ireland, Cuba, the Falklands), and on the literary level it engenders fantasy and phantasms, for within its perimeter fiction can experiment in total freedom (Robinson Crusoe's island, the island of Dr Moreau, the island of Boustrophedon, the island of Robert de la Grive, the island of Morel).
Ring composition, or classical Latin inclusio and medieval emboitement, as the device is also known, resembles architectonically a host of other small-scale or local tropes, figures, and graphic or acoustic games: the palindrome, the boustrophedon or mirror-spelled word, anadiplosis, the stanzaic corona, hysteron proteron, and, most important, antimetabole.