One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Surprisingly little confusion is caused by the multivalency of terms such as vara and hou in practice.’
- ‘The multivalency of the names of his parents, however, already suggests their ambiguous outcast position, one resting between natural poverty and delinquency, which their son will also eventually occupy.’
- ‘Briefly, there will have to be a shift of emphasis - in thinking and in action - from homogeneity to multivalency.’
- ‘Dickens is the quintessential urban artist, able to transform the multivalency of Victorian city life into a new and flexible kind of fiction.’
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