It has drowned the most heavenly ecstasies of religious fervour, of chivalrous enthusiasm, of philistine sentimentalism
, in the icy water of egotistical calculation.
I thought you were free from all vulgar sentimentalism
and that you had a more independent mind.
I suppose they were exercis ing and developing their racial sentimentalism
by the means of that dummy.
The Ankara court came to the conclusion that the murder of the singer could not be considered "deliberate homicide" as "the murderer acted under the influence of sentimentalism
and rage that was derived from excessive love and passion.
France's love story with book shops has been more than mere sentimentalism
I don't allow sentimentalism
or people saying we were brave," he said.
By unveiling a heretofore marginalized literary relationship between Poe and Whitman, Professor Bradford rewrites our understanding of these authors and suggests a more intimate relationship among sentimentalism
, romanticism, and transcendentalism than has previously been recognized.
He urged the people of the country to avoid sentimentalism
and try to understand the agenda of the western countries.
Hence, he might be tinged with the sentimentalism
that has made Cuba a destination for political pilgrims too ideologically blinkered to see the extraordinary sadism of Cuba's treatment of its many political prisoners.
aside, let's be honest and look at the merits and demerits of the jobs plea to the Labour Market Regulatory Authority (LMRA) and the aviation industry as brought forth by a distressed citizen.
as a powerful cinematic and politically viable
By contrast, Feilla's analysis of the plays is literary before it is political (though the two are not mutually exclusive); she aims to reconstruct the aesthetic principles and assumptions of Revolutionary theater, particularly as they relate to eighteenth-century sentimentalism