In addition to vivid imagery, another shared stylistic trait is that of pastiche.
He combines neo-romantic sentiments with stylistic features of both Modernism and Postmodernism.
But images of a free and easy stylistic pluralism should nevertheless be regarded with some caution.
Now they aspire to emulate bland American actors whose defining stylistic features are shiny hair and nice, white teeth.
Her artistry of story telling is welcome as it is thankfully free from any obtrusive stylistic aerobatics.
We do not know who they are, but their identity is perhaps less important than their composure and stylistic attributes.
Hesiod's version shows some stylistic awkwardness and inconcinnity, but is not without power.
Though he is predominantly a satirist, the main stylistic influence on his work is W. H. Auden.
If audiences can get over a few stylistic tropes that define Indian cinema, then the sky's the limit.
This is an impossibility that manifests itself first and foremost as a stylistic occlusion.