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ספרים ספרים 1 - 6 מתוך 6 עבור None of them really heard her. They were all too busy watching her smile, laugh,....
" None of them really heard her. They were all too busy watching her smile, laugh, shiver, whisper, grow indignant, cross and uncross her legs, stick out her tongue, widen and narrow her eyes, toss her head so that her platinum hair splashed against the... "
Ghosts of Manila: The Fateful Blood Feud Between Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier - עמוד 215
מאת Mark Kram, Jr. - 2009 - 240 דפים
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Framing the Margins: The Social Logic of Postmodern Culture

Phillip Brian Harper - 1994 - 256 דפים
...well, in Faye's, where ironically there is a radical discontinuity between signifier and signified: "The strange thing about her gestures and expressions...illustrate what she was saying. They were almost pure" (The Day of the Locust, 387). That purity consists in Faye's disassociation from the eternal struggle...
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Modernism, Technology, and the Body: A Cultural Study

Tim Armstrong - 1998 - 309 דפים
...her eyes, toss her head so that her platinum hair splashed across the red plush of the chair back. The strange thing about her gestures and expressions...tried to excite her hearers into being uncritical. (387) West describes something like the relation between body and discourse engendered by the Hays...
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"Just Making Pictures": Hollywood Writers, the Frankfurt School, and Film Theory

Ulrike Weissenborn - 1998 - 151 דפים
...automaton body, Faye Greener's gestures take on a life of their own, apart from her conscious self: The strange thing about her gestures and expressions...tried to excite her hearers into being uncritical. (159) Whereas Homer's hands still point to his repressed unconscious, Faye's body is entirely commodified...
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The Eye's Mind: Literary Modernism and Visual Culture

Karen Jacobs - 2001 - 311 דפים
...invisible in the text, but without ever actually exposing their essential mystery. As Tod puts it: "The strange thing about her gestures and expressions...illustrate what she was saying. They were almost pure" (itjg).1'2 Faye's status as a fetishized commodity, however modified, is only made redundant by her...
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The Reality Effect: Film Culture and the Graphic Imperative

Joel Black - 2002 - 286 דפים
...cone.) "The strange thing about her gestures and expressions," West writes, "was that they really didn't illustrate what she was saying. They were almost pure....tried to excite her hearers into being uncritical" (159). Instead of making others see through her eyes, Faye simply puts herself on display before an...
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The Avant-garde and American Postmodernity: Small Incisive Shocks

...was so completely meaningless, almost formal" (94). She seems unreal, disembodied from her actions: "The strange thing about her gestures and expressions...they didn't really illustrate what she was saying" (159). But instead of separating her from Great Depression-era America, Faye's mercurial identity develops...
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