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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of ventriloquize.

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  • Where the traditional Ashberyan folkdance inevitably dislocates the reader's attention, Gardner recalibrates it, returning again and again to the not-quite-legible activities observations and aversions of a stable first person, albeit one who eats bunnies and rainbows, performs menial tasks, ventriloquizes hippies.

    Jordan Davis reads Drew Gardner

  • Lord Henry ventriloquizes Walter Pater/Henry James on the need for absolute originality; Dorian, who is as unoriginal as they come, spends the entire novel justifying himself by ventriloquizing Lord Henry ventriloquizing Walter Pater/Henry James.

    The Little Professor:

  • Great Regulars: Indeed, one of the significant accomplishments of Wendy Salinger's narrative is that it ventriloquizes so successfully, speaking not only in the voice of the misogynistic and limitlessly narcissistic father Shut up.

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  • Against the Enlightenment paradigm of critical knowledge as the open-ended progression of an intersubjective conversation, this new fin-de-siècle idiom posits a different, overtly subjectivist or self-referential form of small-scale discourse that ventriloquizes critical knowledge in the minimalist form of subjective reminiscence extracted, in turn, from autobiographical experience.

    The Voice of Critique: Aesthetic Cognition After Kant,

  • It is crucial that the Talking Asshole is described in a Benway routine - the Asshole does not speak for itself, it is quoted, that is, it is supposedly remembered by Benway, it's part of his talking auto-hagiography, and in this fantastic reminiscence he effectively ventriloquizes the Asshole's words, apparently letting it speak for itself, whilst those words are nevertheless transmitted through his own mouth.

    Comments for RealityStudio

  • Implicitly or explicitly, Gideon's "testament" braids itself into other narratives; his unreliable voice in part ventriloquizes other, more "authoritative" speakers.

    The Little Professor

  • 'Vernon who?' tackles question before possible run for governor Political notebook: 'Rumpled' Grijalva credited with reviving public option Arizona has 30-year trend toward more heavy reliance on sales taxes Political notebook: Shadegg ventriloquizes a baby and has no regrets AZ gov candidate Munger calls for break in state-funded campaigns Control of Tucson's downtown redevelopment project was taken away from the City Council with the stroke of the governor's pen Monday.

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  • The other point is when Anderson ventriloquizes Jameson a little, responding to the idea that "influence, however, is not necessarily dominance.

    The Valve

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