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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of palimpsest.

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Examples

  • But first: if this Biblical story is the palimpsested underlyer of Kings, how specifically is that tale rendered strange-fictional?

    Kings

  • But first: if this Biblical story is the palimpsested underlyer of Kings, how specifically is that tale rendered strange-fictional?

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • The West is still there in America, we are being told, if only as a palimpsested myth

    Freeform Critique

  • In the other, the seams are so loosely stitched that they become the very point of the narrative, usually when the protagonist realises their existence; the realm is so open to other realms, so crosshatched and palimpsested, that there is no need of portals or rifts; the overlap is so pervasive that the realm may only truly be understandable as a "patch" within a vast "quilting" of multiversal reality.

    Notes on Strange Fiction: Seams

  • Then we get the turn, a revelation of what exactly it is that has palimpsested the Western -- Crime, not just as a reality but as a genre.

    Freeform Critique

  • Then we get the turn, a revelation of what exactly it is that has palimpsested the Western -- Crime, not just as a reality but as a genre.

    Archive 2008-01-01

  • There is, for me, in that book, a sense of life itself as a great endeavour, all the wonder of the myth it takes as framework superimposed upon, or palimpsested by, the real-world story of one day in Dublin.

    Archive 2008-03-01

  • The West is still there in America, we are being told, if only as a palimpsested myth

    Archive 2008-01-01

  • In the other, the seams are so loosely stitched that they become the very point of the narrative, usually when the protagonist realises their existence; the realm is so open to other realms, so crosshatched and palimpsested, that there is no need of portals or rifts; the overlap is so pervasive that the realm may only truly be understandable as a "patch" within a vast "quilting" of multiversal reality.

    Archive 2008-08-01

  • There is, for me, in that book, a sense of life itself as a great endeavour, all the wonder of the myth it takes as framework superimposed upon, or palimpsested by, the real-world story of one day in Dublin.

    The Epic and the Past

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