This position and later philosophical assumptions are set in contrast with the theme of doubleness
Threading through all of these is its organizing principle of doubleness
, manifest in the life of a couple.
This, though it may happen in an instant, is a fundamental reorganization, creating a doubleness
where singleness should be.
Since it proposes a multiplicity of meanings, doubleness
and duplicity in the novel are inscribed in the novel.
There is a doubleness
in autoethnographic work, and indeed, to engage in autoethnography as Holman Jones (2005, p.
of vision and hearing, the paralyzing awareness of how he seems to those he speaks to, incorporates something absolutely vital to human integrity, the knowledge that I do not coincide with myself, that who and what I am is significantly out of my control.
Keith Gandal, in a recent book, writes of "Gatsby's famous doubleness
Flashback: About one year earlier, I am confronted with a different sort of doubleness
at the Black Playwrights Convening for the American Voices New Play Institute at Arena Stage, hosted in Washington, D.C., by Georgetown University.
If El villano en su rincon aims to transcend the "radical dualism" inherent in the conception of the king's two bodies (30), in El Rey Don Pedro en Madrid y el Infanzon de Illescas, the focus of chapter two, the "doubleness
of the king crystallizes as a hybrid that is truly monstrous" (102).
A sense of doubleness
pervades this bitter-sweet comedy about loving, grieving and separated twins.
Her reading of Duchess of Malfi, for instance, shows how Webster finds in the Duchess's pregnant body a set of figures (doubleness
, circularity) that trouble the linear, phallic thrust of masculinist tragedy.
In "The Heart of It" the speaker cries out: What language shall I borrow to speak this doubleness
of clinging and letting go?