It is obvious that in both federal states an unbridgeable gap exists between the desire of the population for progressive social policies on one hand and the politics of the ASP on the other.
The unbridgeable gap between old and new is shrinking.
Spectators may be moved to laugh or cry, but they know that the actor is playing a role in an imaginary world that is not their actual world; it lies on the other side of an unbridgeable gap.
In fact your book cites a lot of poetry including that of Judith Wright who acknowledges that there's an unbridgeable gap between herself and her close friend, Oodgeroo Noonuccal.
Derrida insisted that the very way in which language functions, that is, signification, necessitates an unbridgeable gap between the signifier and the signified.
Exclusive emphasis on difference divides reality, creating an unbridgeable gap between man and God.
It is expected that this will particularly help the younger locals for whom the affordability gap is unbridgeable .
So that is the other reason why this topic interests me - to get a glimpse across the unbridgeable gap.
Despite all the bravery, determination and skill that saw Kildare so nearly bridge an unbridgeable gap, their interest in the championship is over.
For Mulvey, the gaps between film frames reveal the fetishised world of cinema as nothing but a ‘screen’, and reminds us of the unbridgeable gap between our desires and the ‘real’.