How to use defamiliarization in a sentence

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The book's primary occasion is a trip to China, where the speaker's defamiliarization prompts introspection.
Such defamiliarization with the subject-speaker gives us an amusing and sometimes insightful look into the voiceless.
Nothing provides this kind of defamiliarization quite like how the arts re-perform the Biblical stories.
At the core of horror is the defamiliarization of a space that you felt was once safe and known.
Knausgaard may be out to see the world anew, but he does it via that old modernist mainstay, defamiliarization.
His study examines the teaching of Biblical Hebrew in Chinese through the lens of language defamiliarization.
He defined defamiliarization as a poetic approach to presenting the habitual as though it were being encountered for the first time.
I spent most of my time living in the city where life is framed by this continual process of familiarization and defamiliarization.
The individual body becomes a site on which the representation of character will be rewritten by the defamiliarization of the ideal type.
The utopian genre offers the imaginative freedom to test that vision while simultaneously urging the reader to gain a new awareness through its central literary technique of defamiliarization.
Chris Baldick finds interesting parallelisms to this concept of defamiliarization in both Romantic poetry and in Brecht's theatre.
The defamiliarization of the world that occurs in existential anxiety provides an invitation to me to take ownership of my life and the ways in which things make sense.
Research then becomes a matter of defamiliarization, of observing and interpreting social phenomena in novel ways compared to cultural dominant categories and distinctions.
She says that the institution is focused primarily on art, because art can help people with the defamiliarization of a subject that they've known all their lives.
It is regal, sumptuous, and close to my heart, but precisely because it is so well known to me, it is valuable to experience a little defamiliarization.
When the couple finally find themselves alone at a formal restaurant for the first time in years, they experience a giddy sense of defamiliarization.
He pushes his defamiliarization of the banal, the bland and the kitsch to a new extreme this time, allowing full reign to an excessive attention to patterns.
The notions of defamiliarization and foregrounding as linguistic phenomena can help us understand the nature of literariness and how they are developed.
To watch a movie truly stoned was not simply to enjoy more vivid color and oceanic sound, but, it was to experience a state of acute defamiliarization mixed with heightened idiocy.
Postmodernism, with its deconstruction and defamiliarization, its irony and black humour, pastiche and intertextuality, was like a secret language for the kids on the block.
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