Min, for example, sees in Hedges's brooding vigil the possibility that, "if she stopped looking at [the street] for as much as a minute, the whole thing would collapse" (14).
He had almost eaten her up looking at her, overwhelmed by her being so tall, by the way her body fairly brimmed over with being young and healthy.
surveillance imbues the act of looking at Others with sexual power.
Jackson says nobody was looking at
his haircut when he coached the Chicago Bulls to six NBA championships.
Looking at her body, the men see her as sexed; for the women, gazing on her apparel, she is gendered.
Looking at Joe's silk shirt, she overlooks his language of hierarchy, his desire to be a big voice.
But looking at it she saw that it never was the flesh and blood figure of her dreams.
crosses [sic] their wires with the specular and spectacular: the sensation of looking at oneself and of imagining being seen through the eyes of another is precisely performative in what it demands of a participant on the other end of the gaze" (143).
He was chewing very slowly, looking at Momma, then Miss Perkins, then me, then Miss Perkins, and then me.
He said he had enough sweetness just looking at Miss Perkins.
I looked at Momma, who was looking at Daddy, who was looking at Uncle Beasley.