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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of poeticize.

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  • A frequent foil for the trope of marriage as the universal is the figure of a young man "poeticized" by a broken engagement, who thereby becomes "an exception."

    Archive 2005-11-01

  • A frequent foil for the trope of marriage as the universal is the figure of a young man "poeticized" by a broken engagement, who thereby becomes "an exception."

    Laura, Beatrice, Regina, Sylvia

  • DeMille had great enthusiasm for the work of directors who were his diametric opposites: the exquisite Fabergé miniatures of Lubitsch, the poeticized emotionalism of Capra.

    Empire of Dreams

  • It is the task of feminist literary criticism to follow the varied ways in which women and concepts of gender are textually manipulated — fictionalized, fantasized, poeticized, metaphorized, narrativized, dramatized — in male literature.

    Medieval Hebrew Literature: Portrayal of Women.

  • Derek Jarman's Caravaggio presents itself as a loose, poeticized biography of the famed Baroque painter Michelangelo de Caravaggio, but in fact Jarman appears to be using his subject as a gateway into ruminations on art, love, violence and religion.

    Caravaggio

  • Tykwer sets up nearly every scene, every location, with long shots in which people are dwarfed by the massive, rigidly designed buildings that loom over them, buildings in which the grids of glass and steel are emphasized with the poeticized precision of Saul Bass' famed opening to Hitchcock's North By Northwest.

    The International

  • The theme of a young woman being the occasion for a young man to become “poeticized” recurs in Kierkegaard's writings, as does the theme of the sacrifice of worldly happiness for a higher (religious) purpose.

    Søren Kierkegaard

  • I came across an NPR story this past week on a composer who set the "found poetry" of Donald Rumsfeld -- pulled from some of Rummy's more quixotic press conferences and poeticized by Slate writer Hart Seely -- to music.

    John Lundberg: Turning Poetry Into Music

  • His first five collections of generally untitled poems centered on the theme of love and explored a language of dual meanings that represented the multifaceted nature of love, employing both a highly poeticized language interspersed often coarsely sexual verbs and adjectives.

    Klavs Bondebjerg

  • Simply stated, his conviction is that a poeticized, imaginatively transformed reality is both preferable to an inhuman, contracted and oppressive sense of reality and gives a truer picture of the relation humans entertain with the world.

    enowning

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