10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «VENTRILOQUIALLY»
Discover the use of ventriloquially
in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to ventriloquially
and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
Self Impression: Life-Writing, Autobiografiction, and the ...
His determination to read every detail as somehow alluding to him is tantamount
to claiming his words have ventriloquially produced Shade's. But, in a novel
preoccupied with mirrors and mirror-images from the first lines of the poem, this is
The Complete Monty Python's Flying Circus: All the Words
(ventriloquially) 'Man Alive'? (normal voice) That's right, yes. But then that got all
serious, so I carried on in the hope of a quick appearance as an eccentric on the
regional section of 'Nationwide'. (ventriloquially) Mr Mental, I believe a couple of ...
Reading Shakespeare's Will: The Theology of Figure from ...
... context, authority is always mediated, the voice of truth is always scriptural: we
are by definition already fallen and God has by definition already withdrawn. He
is an absent-present God. His voice only speaks to us ventriloquially; it only ...
Meta Morphing: Visual Transformation and the Culture of ...
... Fregoli sometimes concluded the show with the exhibition of films featuring
himself.9 During these screenings, Fregoli would add synchronized voice and
song ventriloquially to the screened images depicted by his "Fregoligraph."10
One of ...
Vivian Carol Sobchack, 2000
The Novel and the Police
As though misogyny were primarily a female phenomenon and as such justified
the male phenomenon that ventriloquially might go without saying, Marian's voice
becomes the novel's principal articulation of that traditional code according to ...
The Telephone Book: Technology--schizophrenia--electric Speech
Why did she venture out on a limb, risking the unfamiliar business of bringing
forth a rectifying coverage? Is she being used to transcribe ventriloquially "under
Bell's direction"? There is another register waiting to be played, the one
T. S. Eliot: Mystic, Son and Lover
... but Four Quartets rehearses his arguments only ventriloquially within its
rehearsal of the dissertation's arguments against him. In one of the few
references to Bergsonism in his dissertation, Eliot notes that 'An élan vital or “flux'
” is no less an ...
Rachilde and French Women's Authorship: From Decadence to ...
The impressions of the child do not need to be guessed at when they seem so
clearly to have made themselves known ventriloquially through the narrative of
Gaubert, yet the sensations attributed to the "fillette" were not offered in
D. H. Lawrence: Language and Being
At this stage, however, we may simply note the tone of cosmopolitan
sophistication which it establishes. As usual Lawrence is giving his voice
ventriloquially to the character. Or more precisely, as the lack of a named
protagonist suggests, ...
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Maliha Mendoza Mahmood, 2013