The authors credit this relationship to the resurgence of misogyny, as emblematized
in publications like Giuseppe Passi's I donneschi difetti (1595), as well as to the rise of empiricism, "which valued direct, experiential investigation, and the more conventional suspicion of the phenomenological world" (p.
Chapter four, "Historical Novelty and Serial Form," looks at two examples of historical fiction, Sophia Lee's The Recess; or, a Tale of Other Times (1783-85) and Maria Edgeworth's Harrington (1817): "Both illuminate how the fashion system, as emblematized
in the cyclical cultural life delineated by women's pocketbooks, lay peculiarly close to the modern British novel's earliest visions of historical experience" (162).
The creeping insular nationalism emblematized
by Brexit--but not, of course, exclusive to Britain--is anathema to cultural emergence.
She fits the cliche now emblematized
by NBC's singing competition, The Voice--you just wouldn't expect Lipa to sound like she does--and her youthful excitement and perfect pout will no doubt sell whatever she's putting out there, which seems to be a neo-soul sound with influences beyond the obvious.
This twofold necessity of flight is what prompts his attempt at realigning with the nation emblematized
by The Metro; as Pramaggiore argues, "Fergus exchanges his narrow nationalist community for that diverse, sublimated nation, of which Jody and Dil are citizens" (MAC 147).
90) But the downside of Walcott's position is that he becomes emblematized
as a "postethnic, globalized, cosmopolitan, trans-postcolonial individual" (90).
With regard to the former, twentieth-century American history lays bare longstanding engagements with and in Asia, emblematized
by militarized interventions and occupations in the Philippines (1898-1946), Japan (1945-52), Korea (1950-53), and Southeast Asia (1959-75).
The stage direction reads as if Mother is emblematized
as the Pieta: "Sobbing but tenderly smiling, the old woman gathers the child in the wing-like arms of her robe" (155).
However, Vandross used his voice and his music as a form of black respectability that emblematized
"the refined sensibilities of the new black middle class" (p.
Jeffrey Howison and Irmak Ertuna-Howison--historical sociologist of American conservatism and comparative literary theorist of technology and the avant-garde, respectively--analyze the massive urban developmentalist projects of the 'New Istanbul', emblematized
ubiquitously in the proposed construction of the third bridge over the Bosphorus Strait and of 'Canal Istanbul' in the form of a second Bosphorus Strait.
Zeca Ligiero of Brazil's Center for Afro-Amerindian Performance Studies offered a paper contending that local theatre has a vital role to play in resisting the power of global culture, emblematized
, in his view, by Hollywood.
The tension between defining icons as ones who do, who are agents and active participants in their worlds and cultures, and ones who embody their worlds and cultures, is perfectly emblematized
in the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust's Hall of Fame: the male icons do--they write, discover, and create--while the female icons perform and embody.