The Battle of Haifa is mythicized
and appropriated in the service of the exigencies of this day and age.
The battle is fought in the land of mythicized
information, and within its parameters this simulacrum of power can be observed, afforded by the permanent modification, de(re)coding of the discourse and informational exchange in cyberspace.
Furthermore, education systems should take responsibility for the fact that students have mythicized
mathematics because they are structured to educate everyone equally and in all areas.
that highly mythicized
content, fans have interpreted and analyzed the
Imperialist nostalgia, as Rosaldo sees it, does not have to depend on a vision of Empire; it describes a more generalized, pastoral mode of wistful reminiscence that seeks control over, but not responsibility for, a mythicized
version of the past.
In Gente Mia and Other Poems, and the autobiographical trilogy, Tusiani explores the major themes associated with migration: the spiritually and psychologically violent act of division from one's family and native land (which is the first experience of the new emigrant), the dreams of the immigrant, the prejudice he encounters, the process of Americanization, the question of language, the alienation, and the realization that the new world is not the "land of hospitality" so mythicized
in the Old World.
Bernie was, after all, also something else--something often revered and mythicized
, but rarely found--a true mentor.
The fact that the mother appears to be solid, strong and optimistic, without any trace of female weakness, while violating at the same time many of the elements that make up the mythicized
perception of maternity, should be attributed to Andreou's ideology on women, whom he considers of equal value and worth to men.
This excerpt of a song sung by a mythicized
dead man tells us something:
Meng enlists historical exemplars and authoritative texts relating to the mythicized
formative stage of the Zhou dynasty to convince the king that his potentially harmful inclinations are no hindrance to his becoming a true king.
The writers examine the concepts and practices of myths, drama, dance, legends and rituals, and other cultural expressions of Africans in the Diaspora and how these performances--and the collective memory of them--have been mythicized
to re/create and/or connect narratives that evoke and invoke the recuperation and restoration of African culture and history, thought to be lost within the Eurocentric dominated historiography of the Americas and the Caribbean.
Although Tolkien conceived of his legendarium as taking place in a mythicized
northern Europe (Shippey xv-xvi), Middle-earth politics differs from that of medieval fantasy literature in important ways.