Then (Part Two) "the Color of Skin" is examined through lenses such as the ideal color ascribed to female beauty, to ideal human health, or to the skin-color of a normative or 'proper' mankind; in all of these cases a 'median' chromatism
Note Tufan Turenc's clearly "white" chromatism
in the following account: As soon as the bombing started I remembered those children.
The third parameter indicates the stimulus chromatism (chroma).
For example, if one wishes to create a set of stimuli with chromatism ([C.sup.*]) similar to the first the described in the electronic Appendix (Y0502): (1) This must be introduced in a worksheet (for example, Microsoft Excel).
62) calls this process of basing decisions on skin color "chromatism
." Why is chromatism
a part of how many children understood who they are?
Where the ruins of chromatism
allowed Schonberg to raise new 'Klangfarben', Rilke and Hofmannsthal built on their understanding of Cezanne's interplay of colours to reach back to 'wahre Empfindungen' (p.
While it may be trite to continue to carp at the alienating terminology of Spivak's criticism (terms such as catachreses, metalepsis, paleonomy, axiogical, and chromatism
) -- for which one has yet to find an adequate glossary -- this text is mercifully free of much of the special usage that makes Spivak, largely as a deconstructionist, inaccessible.
"With Schoenberg it was the 12-tone technique; with Gesualdo it was chromatism
; and with Tchaikovsky, it was emotional expression, via his Sixth Symphony." Rather than focusing on the composers' musical discoveries, Smith examines the emotional turbulence surrounding their love triangles, and investigates the intersection of reason and longing in their lives.