So, given our biases, we acknowledge the righteous encomia
and hagiographical accounts that accompanied his death as "obvious," even normative.
of the poet whom all Greeks regarded as the progenitor of their entire literary tradition were a common practice.
The paradoxical encomia
of female ugliness produced by authors such as Berni, Doni, and Aretino are pitted against the canone corto and canone lungo of female beauty as Giovanni Pozzi has defined them.
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The title captures the spirit of a book replete with encomia
to a score of English literati who traveled a long and tortuous route to the Catholic Church.
The quotes attributed to some of them by our US equivalent Daily Racing Formsound almost as fulsome as the encomia
theatre critics trot out to make sure they keep getting invited to opening nights.
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Gathering together all of Chrysostom's portraits of Paul, she argues persuasively that they must be understood rhetorically as encomia
It is one of the sad truths of American journalism that the press almost inevitably goes soft whenever a major figure, however controversial or reviled, exits the public stage or dies; indeed, we can only await the reverential encomia
reads Matthew's stories of "Jesus' origins, birth, nurture and training" as encomia
, though he admits that "Matthew totally ignores Jesus' nurture and training" (103) in contrast to Luke (2:46-47).
Two elements present in the photos but missing from the media's encomia
of London are violence and nostalgia.
As an artist, it is evident that the value he assigns to a particular work is linked neither to encomia
nor to prestigious literary prizes, but rather to his own independent evaluative standard.