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“Everything since has seemed a displacement, a deracination. …the speaker of these poems often teeters says Newey on the edge of self-undoing, looking forward and back and uncertain whether he is the watcher or the watched.”
“Now that she was living in the diaspora, this religious control mechanism could lead only to denial and hypocrisy, self-undoing and destruction.”
“Demons can manifest as inner tendencies, such as fear, doubt, self-undoing, low self-esteem, rage, and other disabling emotions.”
“In short, the "metaphorical substitution" is in fact a self-undoing trope that self-deconstructs into the catachrestic imposition of a name.”
“O mysterious word! mysterious the resistance of such patient Love -- mysterious the liberty of self-undoing!”
“Not that in this fall, or self-undoing, it suffers any thing which is called justice, under the political analogies.”
“Hayes says today that he regrets using the word inevitable, adding that the environmental movement sometimes encounters a "self-undoing hypothesis" -- warnings that cause corrective actions that keep the warnings from coming true.”
“No. 2) In astrology, which house is called 'the house of self-undoing'?”
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