Consciousness does not perspectivally adumbrate itself.
tenors solemnly adumbrate the fate of the convicted sinner
Like any short introduction, it does not have time to say very much, but what it does say is enough to adumbrate the major ideas to follow.
The adumbrative quality of the work's first third is mauled and mangled by the third.
And in fact there was an adumbrative whisper of Warholian values to come in a letter Demuth wrote to Alfred Stieglitz in 1927.
(Reading across texts for a moment, this idea has been adumbrated in Kundera's earlier book Laughable Loves ).
The predominance of death in the novel is a prophetic adumbration of the real death which will bring the characters to God's love, and Eleanor is granted a vision of this when she meets Leopolda the Catholic nun on the night of the storm.
This duet is adumbrative of ‘Trane's last album, Interstellar Space, which comprises duets between ‘Trane and drummer Rashied Ali.
As to 5: The answer is plainly ‘Yes’ and for the reasons already adumbrated .
Because of the Fourth Symphony, writers tend to view the Prélude and Fugue as an adumbration , rather than as something aesthetically complete in its own right.