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  • The Gaze is a psychoanalytical term brought into popular usage by Jacques Lacan to describe a condition where the mature Michel Foucault also had a distinct conception of the gaze medical gaze in his social theories, although the common usage of the term is of the. — “Gaze - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • Nu gaze or the new wave of shoegaze is a form of alternative rock originating in the 2000s.[1] Some nu gaze bands are almost identical in musical aesthetic to the originating shoegazing genre, other than by time period and geographic location (e.g. The Radio Dept. — “Nu Gaze - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • The term medical gaze was coined by French philosopher and critic, Michel Foucault in his Originally, the "medical gaze" was confined to postmodern and poststructuralist academic. — “Medical gaze - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,


  • “Has not the thing, which is very well known throughout the whole of Lesbos,[72] been heard of by thee, that Nyctimene defiled the bed of her father? She is a bird indeed; but being conscious of her crime, she avoids {the human} gaze and the light, and conceals her shame in the darkness; and by all {the birds} she is expelled entirely from the sky.”... — “Metamorphoses” by Ovid
  • "A child forsaken, waking suddenly, Whose gaze afeard on all things round doth rove, And seeth only that it cannot see The meeting eyes of love." — “Middlemarch” by George Eliot
  • He sate with 'his eye in a fine frenzy rolling,' and turned his inspired gaze on Marionetta as if she had been the ghastly ladie of a magical vision; then placed his hand before his eyes, with an appearance of manifest pain–shook his head–withdrew his hand–rubbed his eyes, like a waking man–and said, in a tone of ruefulness most jeremitaylorically pathetic, 'To what am I to attribute this very unexpected pleasure, my dear Miss O'Carroll?' — “Nightmare Abbey” by Thomas Love Peacock
  • And in the evening we walk by the beach, and from the rising grounds look over the waters, as if to gaze upon their loveliness were reward to us for the labour of the day. — “After London; or, Wild England” by Richard Jefferies
  • Backing away, we headed west, and for the first time he began to gaze into the fog. — “The Riddle of the Sands” by Erskine Childers
  • Ah, my friend!" said the abbe, turning towards Dantes, and surveying him with the kindling gaze of a prophet, "you are young, you will see all this come to pass." — “The Count of Monte Cristo” by Alexandre Dumas


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