Bentham is the exemplary case, and figures like Irving are the popular foils against which Bentham's more complicatedly
esoteric appeal defines itself.
An account of individuals as complicatedly
interconnected parts of an organic whole drew empirical attention to the concrete character of those interconnections, in areas ranging from statistics and public health to forest management.
is pervasively and complicatedly
erotic, not least so at the moment of disclosure" (387; cf.
Between them, these texts and introductions show how time and again Gaskell returned to the idea of equivocation with the truth--in the Bensons, Margaret Hale, Cynthia Kirkpatrick, Mary Barton--and then, more complicatedly
, to the difficulties caused by' justifiable violence', as NNorth and South especially.
Not only does the layered narrative of the longer version enable readers to uncover psychologically the narrator's uneasiness but also suggests that the hidden cause of her uneasiness is complicatedly
suppressed under the standard, first-person narrative.
I think that it would be fair to say that no disciplinary formation in the academy has responded more forcefully, complicatedly
, or eventfully to Derrida's interventions than romantic studies.
A one-page chapter expresses his complicatedly
simple conclusion in brief, straightforward terms: "We must repay evil with good; and we must be peacemakers.
The nightingale screaming its heart out, fitting complicatedly
Of course today's complicatedly
vague threats almost leave one yearning for the simple days of the Cold War, when a single obvious Soviet threat left both Europe and the United States with little choice other than cooperation.
He would probably have understood the pragmatics of the action, but he would have seen it, I am sure, as a failure on his part, or, more complicatedly
, a failure of his dream.
Marlowe points this question specifically, and complicatedly
, when his Tamburlaine curses Mohammed and puts the Qu'ran to the torch late in part two.
At the other are Glenn Colquhoun, whose The Art of Walking Upright (1999) claims authenticity in verse titled 'Karanga', 'Haka', Karakia', 'Mihi' ('Either I don't belong to anyone / Or else I'm indigenous everywhere'), and Jeffrey Paparoa Holman, whose As Big as a Father (2002) explores identity, through traditional images of water, pounamu and the bush, while, more complicatedly
, The late great Blackball bridge sonnets (2004) formally evokes the lost world of West Coast coalmining in terms of ancestry, genealogy, kehua, the spirit and above all as a turangawaewae, in a way that, producing effects unimaginable through any other means, does most, outside Hulme, to reassure us of the validity of her project.