LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||27/OUT/2010 8:56 PM|
|Assunto:||Caldron of Becoming|
Does anybody know what a "caldron of becoming" is?
Here's the context: a room full of artists, poets, ministers etc. discussing new ideas.
"This place has become a caldron of becoming".
My impression is there is something something missing here, in this sentence.
Not taking it plainly, it can suggest a place where there are plenty of ectic activity, many times putting people there under pressure.
Cauldron may be a difficult place or region to deal with, or that is likely to cause problems:
Cauldron can mean a fast transformation in an almost chaotic and random way, almost in a unrule way. I have seen in the Web, a sentence with ''...the cauldron of teens becoming men."; what suggest the turmoil this phase can be.
It´s possible that the sentence "This place has become a caldron of becoming..." has to do this last definition (transformation in that way). So it could be said in another way, for instance "This place has become a cauldron of transformation/changing etc"
But, without much context, I stop my trying on clarvoyance here!
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