Extra diegetic gaze where the person depicted in the text looks at the spectator such as an aside or an acknowledgement of the fourth wall or the cameras gaze which is the gaze of the camera and is often equated to the directors gaze these are not the only forms of gaze. In his later essays lacan complicates this understanding of the narcissisticview in the mirror by distinguishing between the eyes look and the gaze gaze in lacans later work refers to the uncanny sense that the object of our eyes look or glance is somehow looking back at us of its own will. Choose the right synonym for gaze verb gaze stare and glare mean to look at with concentration gaze is used of a long and fixed look they stood gazing at the sunset stare is used of an often curious rude or absentminded gaze with eyes wide open he stared in surprise at the strange creature glare means an angry stare the teacher glared at the naughty children
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