Thus the caricature of a French petit bourgeois
audience (the set represented a theatre with boxes surrounding the stage) turned into a glittering nocturnal gathering, a maharaja's retinue, a paradoxically colourless East.
The bourgeois and the petit bourgeois
are always partying.
This is not the political collapse of art into life advocated by the early-twentieth-century avant-garde, but one that is more narcissistic and petit bourgeois
Sudbury is Mick Lowe's adopted home town and he paints a nuanced picture of the complex social and political dynamics that accounted for its unique character--the confidence of a community built by hard rock miners, the extraordinary cosmopolitan mix of its inhabitants, the tension generated by a small petit bourgeois
elite maintaining its dominance over a large and relatively prosperous working class, and the manipulations of organized religion, particularly that of the Catholic Church.
In the early 1990s, as Spike Lee was filming a biography of Malcolm X, Baraka ridiculed the director as "a petit bourgeois
Negro" unworthy of his subject.
But the new reduction in the standard of living and level of illusion of the white petit bourgeois
family has in some cases radicalized its consciousness, or disrupted and dislocated its sexual orientation, or both.
The haut bourgeois Gustave Flaubert, whose income was secured and who found protection in his father's name against the judges who would ultimately pronounce, as was foreseeable, a balanced verdict over his novel, deeply detested the petit bourgeois
, the country doctor, whom he had most likely met with or else had heard disparaging remarks about from his father's lips, even more so than the huddled masses who barely existed for him and about whom it was therefore easy to fabricate tales of simple hearts, stirred and stirring but not obliging any substantive engagement.
Asphyxiating in the confines of a petit bourgeois
existence, a tedious job, and a demanding family, Vassiliki's testimony tests the limits of the postfeminist age.
The development of the relationship is charted between David Marks (Gosling) scion to a prominent and wealthy Jewish family which owns considerable property in the middle of New York, and Catherine McCarthy, no-one special or talented and daughter of a boisterous family of petit bourgeois
Venezuela President Hugo Chavez, who maintains close ties with Cuba, has taken aim at golf as well, questioning why, in the face of slums and housing shortages, courses should spread over valuable land "just so some little group of the bourgeois and the petit bourgeois
can go and play golf";
The volume opens with a revisionist reflection on the progress of Betterton's reputation through theatre history and suggests that Betterton "bore many of the hallmarks of the upwardly mobile petit bourgeois
craving the decorum of cultural capital".
For those on a tighter budget, the Petit Bourgeois
2009, a simple vin de pays, is well worth recommending at pounds 8.