from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Capable of being personified.
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William Jewett insightfully but not entirely accurately proposes that the play dramatizes the historical crowd's strategic nonact of refusing to serve as a personifiable agent.
Although invisible and offstage, the act of the crowd "without," in the form of the personifiable and aggregated men of Paris, is here not just reported but is actually audible.
William Jewett insightfully proposes that the play dramatizes the crowd's strategic nonact of refusing to serve as a personifiable agent.
We went exploring that dry, indiginous plant area, you know, Dr. Seuss's inspiration grounds, pointing out all the freaky, personifiable plant-life.
(link) personifiable hypocrisy wing of the Demparty (as opposed to the everyday, run of the mill hypocrisy majority of the Demps).
Jewett is right that the climax of the play turns on the refusal of the sans-culloterie to support Robespierre and Henriot in Act 3, the play does portray the revolutionary crowd as a personifiable agent, the men of "Paris" (3.15,