Finalmente, depois que a voice over conclui seu argumento, temos uma placa que diz "realness
": sabemos que estamos sendo introduzidos a um novo conceito do baile.
Dostoevsky's fascination with Christ, whose unachievable ideal cannot be attained even by a literary character, obliterated Dostoevsky's perception of the realness
of Myshkin's character and eventually brought him to "failure."
This is a book that is really about realness
. Cohen muses of monsters in general, 'we cannot deny that these creatures live full lives that have been well recorded in our literature, our visual arts, our dreams' (454).
What ballroom members refer to as "realness
" has remained the basis for the fundamental performance criteria in the culture throughout the several decades that it has been in existence.
The artwork of Mat Hennek can be characterised as giving a very special impression of realness
Guest choreographer Rennie Harris made the best use of this realness
, deploying his mass of dancers to reflect the character of an entire city without losing that precious texture of individuality.
Bradford once said that her inspiration for painting is "light, light, light; light striking objects or light just hovering in the air." She went on to explain that as an artist, she felt compelled to "communicate to others the realness
of our Creator, who alone gives light--light to paint and light to see."
There's a realness
to track and field athletes, a realness
that solidifies the connection between competitor and fan.
It is a testimony of a man, but also a great poet, who, from the heart of his suffering, from the very center of all those lived paradoxes and aporias that we all know, manages to raise his vision to those heights of "ontological peace and salam" to which poetry can attain (improbably but with a "realness
" that does not deceive).
Bringing live animals to the classroom with their movements, sounds, and even smells always adds excitement and a realness
to the lesson that pictures do not.
of the characters makes the story believable, and it moves at a decent pace.
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' by setting up fake blogs to 'virally' market products.