1(of text, theory)dilucidación feminineaclaración feminine
- But Joyce is a naturally elucidating rather than a naturally metaphorizing writer, and in his elucidations the balance between what is included and what is excluded is almost always upset.
- The script, moreover, while restoring some of the gloss to the Hughes story, leans more to spectacle than elucidation where his affliction is concerned.
- One would prefer the elucidation of some ground-rules.
- The book begins with sharp social commentary, elucidation of concepts, and critiques of research methods typically used in the field.
- And it seemed to me at the time to be the most brilliant elucidation of how people become trapped in the ruts of their romantic history.
2(of mystery)esclarecimiento masculine