in any biography the relationship of author to subject forms a haunting subtext
This system forms the subtext of the protagonist's behavior and encodes it as text.
The learned meanings are present in the subtext , which is understood only by the initiated audiences.
It's a subtext which betrays the author's own feelings but he doesn't allow it to stand in the way of a good yarn.
The novel uses these worn motifs to create a subtext of understated feelings.
To get a hang of the play and its subtext , which is its essence, it is necessary to take it scene-by-scene.
The underlying subtext here is that native language belongs at home and not at school.
The question then becomes, how do we read a work of fiction one of whose subtexts is the events of '48 and its consequences?
The only drawback to this truly engaged show is a handful of moments in the script where we lose sight of the larger theme and intellectual subtexts .
Who we are and who we were - and why it might matter - were the subtexts of a national literature.