Eliot is a poet who exemplifies it, where they throw so much at you, so many images and so many pictures that are all individually beautiful, not necessarily interconnecting, but they just come at you and they come at you, and all the way through it your head is spinning, and you think, 'oh, I'm not understanding this, why am I not understanding this, am I stupid? You're left with something beautiful. And when one will mention that book to you or that poem to you that story to you, then this beautiful thing, indescribable, intangible, image which you have drawn out of all that comes into your mind.
Since her voice actress speaks German with some degree of fluency, Asuka's dialogue in the original TV and movie dubs of is periodically peppered with German swearing.
Second if you count a filler exclamation sound as a word. The eight episode's Japanese voice track has the antagonistic UN admiral saying a clearly audible English "shit" to his second-in-command before continuing in Japanese.
It's present on the German subtitles as well. Ensemble Dark Horse Victoream regularly uses the phrase "Very shit" on a show generally targeted at a younger age group. Generally translated for American audiences as "Very bad".
Early in the series, Italy is sent back to Germany in a box with " Fuck " written on it. The ones who sent him in that box were America and England. Romano South Italy has thrown out an occasional "Che palle!
Let's kill da ho! Genshiken had a whole slur in the anime episode where one of the American otaku compliments ogiue on her Yaoi doujinshi.
In the manga the words were blurred out, but in the anime, no censorship was given since the American spoke English, leading a lot of viewers to a very sudden 'when Chihiro spooged all over his glasses it was so hot! And then he started to butt fuck him and-" more or less. Oreshura has Fuyuumi's Secret Diaryread aloud for the audience in her voice, in which she curses with "Shit!
She never actually says it out loud, though. In the anime he shouted "goddamn! The Danish dub used "shit" a lot, including in the aforementioned scene. Fuck is more or less the CatchPhrase of Agito.
Seriously, the kid could give Revy a run for her money. One of All Might's first lines of Gratuitous English is "shit. Turns out it's the C-word. She doesn't know what it means, and has to run it through a translator before going ballistic.
Oddly, both the original word and the translation are shown on screen, sort of defeating the purpose. This gets pretty ridiculous, and the prisoner protests. What's your name anyway? Didi honks twice and takes four points Prisoner: What was that for now?!
Do you think I don't understand Polish?! Comicbooks During the early run of New MutantsSunspot got away with swearing by doing it in Portuguese. Colossus from the X-Men would sometimes swear in Russian in his early appearances. The word would even be written in Cyrillic characters to obscure it further.The quintessential novel of the Lost Generation, The Sun Also Rises is one of Ernest Hemingway's masterpieces, and a classic example of his spare but powerful writing style.
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For Whom the Bell Tolls combines two of the author's recurring obsessions: war and personal honor. The pivotal battle scene involving El Sordo's last stand is a showcase for Hemingway's narrative powers, but the quieter, ongoing conflict within Robert Jordan as he struggles to fulfill his mission perhaps at the cost of his own life is a testament to his 4/5(K).