She was the symbol of a group of players who needed to hyperbolize
what they thought was a socially acceptable and desirable femininity.
Yet the instances of suicide as a transcendental renunciation that explicitly emerge in bodhisattvic exemplarism only hyperbolize
the same theme.
supra note 154, at 3 (describing Interventionists); see also Woan, supra note 144, at 63 (arguing that critics of antitrust patrol in new economies at times hyperbolize
these characteristics as justifications to remove antitrust regulation).
Rather than have this tragedy support his pacifism, Henry uses the spectacle to hyperbolize
Ruffians, assassins, poniards, and a half-naked fleeing queen: Burke is neither the first nor the last writer to hyperbolize
the events of the French Revolution in terms of domestic melodrama.
Keil tends to philosophize, romanticize, universalize, and hyperbolize
about the global significance of oboe and drum ensembles, and their hypothetical relationships with jazz and other music traditions.
But many of them seem only to hyperbolize
his brilliance, his audacity, his childishness.
According to Jeff Yanc, this "feminizing" objectification of Travolta's body is countered, at least in Fever and Staying Alive (1983), by "a blatantly overdetermined construction of masculinity" (39) effected by narrative and stylistic procedures that hyperbolize
the looking privileges and active agency that are conventionally conferred upon the male protagonist.
Lassnig's strongest works hyperbolize
and distill the banality and brutality of the everyday: They are touching and terrible.
book begins to hyperbolize
this into a demonic trait, standing for
Having spent his career insisting on a kind of affinity between--if not outright conflation of--things and their representations, Goldstein found in painting an unlikely arena in which to hyperbolize