Synonyms: looks, looking, looked

Preanalysis assumption: With the term “look” we come to a group of words which she may use frequently in a sense of some significance in her sexology, but which can neither be classed as symbols, nor have an innate capacity to be polarized easily towards a sexual meaning. Emily herself does the polarizing and in order to understand how and why she does that, one must trace how the different sexual concepts she attaches to the term, arise naturally out of the parable and metaphor complex, or syndromes, in which she conceives and contemplates the different situations in her sexology. In going through an analysis of this term “look” we will probably discover that in most cases it gains sexual alignment by its association with certain nouns. The term is closely related to “see”, “stare”, “sight” and other words of the eyevision group of words.