This is about as explicit as 1Q84 ever gets, and even here the sense of things is allusive.
This follows from the allusive way in which he and his wife are introduced—there must be a background to allusions.
Some, as Austria, instead of one Eagle, adopt two as their allusive emblazonry.
They both signify the same thing; both are allusive to a purification of life.
When Austin explained Viviette's meaning to his mother, who had not an allusive habit of mind, she acquiesced placidly.
It was allusive and allegorical to a high degree, and now, but for the commentary, much of it would be quite unintelligible.
It was allusive only, but knowing the dialect, Pierston and Marcia gathered its import easily.
It is divided into narrative, representative, and allusive or parabolical poetry.
The old sacred name Yahweh is never pronounced; even “God” is avoided for allusive titles like “heaven” or “place.”
Henry James, Senior, dealt with such things in the most allusive and paradoxical terms.