“We liked the duality of these low-plunging costumes because Amy could slip from being confident to vulnerable,” says Wilkinson.
As a ballerina, to embody the duality of the Swan Queen and the black swan can be a fiendishly difficult task.
Buried halfway underground, the work has a duality of life and death—is it growing or is it a tomb?
That duality is represented by Tom Ford more than any other designer.
Much like the duality of his shop, Simon is half goateed-rocker, half cicerone sage.
After much puzzling he decided finally that one and one became two by participation in duality.
The weakness of the play, as I have said, lies in its duality of action.
The play was well written and staged, and Elsie Leslie was charming enough in her parts, but in the duality lay the difficulty.
This then is the duality of my day and my night being: a duality so bitter to an adolescent.
Death is the separation of this duality, and effects no change in the spirit, morally or intellectually.