“Hopkins coined the term inscape as shorthand for what Wiman describes as “carv [ing] language so closely … that to read the lines aloud is to feel the physical fact of what they describe ….””
“But as air, melody, is what strikes me most of all in music and design in painting, so design, pattern, or what I am in the habit of calling inscape is what I above all aim at in poetry.”
“Into the "inscape" supplied by the remnants of the old society?”
“All of the coronal's inhabitants have nanotech implants that allow them control over "inscape", a personal virtual reality that forms the world that people live in.”
“The 'inscape' of a being is the distinctive controlling energy that makes the being itself and connects it distinctively with all else.”
“Kipling's Puck of Pook's Hill, is especially evocative here, and Ackroyd employs the term "inscape," a favorite usage of Gerard Manley Hopkins, to convey the impression of something more in nature than meets the eye.”
“Sleeping with Houdini is a kind of "inscape" of a girl's life, an inside look at her fantasies and fears, her wishes and dreams, a collection in which Houdini becomes a metaphor for her longing.”
“When he asked him why he had been so vulnerable to the virus in the first place, the doctor replied ‘Perhaps because your inscape does not match your landscape.’”
“I thought the comment about the difference between the ‘inscape’ and the ‘landscape’ was particularly telling.”
“It[s inscape] is [mixed of ] strength and grace, like an ash [tree].”
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transformational, entryway words: thresh(hold), fresh relief
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Words around the construction of words
Landscapes et al. Much of this shamelessly swiped from http://www.wordnik.com/lists/wordscape
That Nature Is A Heraclitean Fire And Of The Comfort Of The Resurrection
Cloud-puffball, torn tufts, tossed pillows flaunt forth, then chevy on an air-built thoroughfare: heaven-roy...
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