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path

(path),
A road or way; the course taken by an electrical current or by nervous impulses.
See also: pathway.
[A.S. paeth]

path

(path)
The route or course along which something travels.
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path

(path)
1. A road or way.
2. Course taken by an electrical current or by nervous impulses.
[A.S. paeth]
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(47) The poem displays a strong sense of pathlessness even in its progression of lines: the speaker surely wonders where to wander linguistically, just as the characters do spatially.
(32) Here, however, I want to consider the wandering waywardness in terms of the erasure of referentiality in her poetry, for Anodos's pathlessness is not just about a subversion of historical chronology (the relationship between Mary and Samuel Taylor Coleridge), but also about Coleridge's historical specificity (the relationship between Mary Coleridge and the immediate contexts of her poetry's production).
You had to go with the change." Such a movement cannot be mapped--the pathlessness is inherent and irreducible, an acceptance of which seems to me as close to the truth of the matter as it is possible to get.