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(8.) This episode can also be interpreted as a ludic allusion to Dante's "Paradiso" where the pilgrim is exposed to a reality he cannot express: "In that heaven which partakes most of His light/ I have been, and have beheld such things as who/ Comes down thence has no wit nor power to write" (4-6).
As a consequence, the "theoretics" of Goodman's (post)modern narratives is not ludic, not merely a reflexive thoughtfulness about the instability of all social meanings produced by the deconstructive critique of the determinateness of representation as such (because of the play of the opaque signifier).
Dom Breadmore (Creative Director) and Anne Forgan (Programme Director) from Ludic Rooms with Keith Perry, Editor of CoventryLive and Coventry Telegraph
They sit second in Group B, two points adrift of leaders AS Ports who need a single point to advance.Rayon Sports on the other side are in a similar scenario, as they face a must-win tie against Lydia Ludic if they harbour any ambitions of progressing but a win for the Burundians will take their points tally to four, leaving an interesting end to the group stage matches.
These clumsy adults appear along with apparently weak and clumsy children such as El Chavo, Quico, or La Chilindrina in the series "El Chavo del ocho." The ludic contrast scheme is very old: It appears in the comic carnival couple based on the opposition of a fat and a thin character or an old and a young one, or a large and a small one.
They now believe she was Odile Ludic, from Paris, who was studying English at a Cambridge language school.
Over three-fifths of the book is given to Brossard's poetry, and her ludic use of sound and form are both gracefully captured in translation, as in this section from her book, Museum of Bone and Water:
Alice Trent The Ministry of Pain by Dubravka Ugresic (Telegram Books) A young Croatian, Tanja Ludic, finds herself teaching 'Yugonostalgia' to other migrs from the former Yugoslavia, in Amsterdam.
More than any other critic of his generation, Pierre Bayard delights in what one might think of as "earnest play." His approach to literature is fundamentally ludic in character, but he plays an extremely focused, oriented kind of game that testifies to a deep seriousness of purpose, one whose outcomes deserve to be considered in high sobriety.
Vacation strives for a certain poetic grandeur, marked by ludic passages centering around such Wallace Stevensesque subjects as the qualifies of air, the way a man in water looks from beneath, and the objects in a modern apartment.
A study by the Ludic Group with the London School of Economics and Political Science, commissioned by employment law experts Croner, says ageist stereotypes are rife in the workplace.
Mirb's work is seen to solicit two contrasting responses where the writings of Breton, Peret, and Desnos, winging out from the perceived erotic or ludic potential of Miro's paintings, are juxtaposed with texts by Bataille and Leiris which pursue figurations of destruction and work towards material equivalents in their own image production.