Or, to the unread, unsophisticated Protestant of the Middle American
States, why does the passing mention of a White Friar or a White Nun, evoke such an eyeless statue in the soul?
The US vote is basically a vote against untrammeled globalization and its negative impact on middle American
households and the working class.
He makes clear the denotation of the language of self, hyper-realism and truth in the middle American
emancipation of self, waste of sexuality in mid-America, power and the formation of hegemony, terrorism in the language of self as the foundation of future criticism, and isolation and the language of self.
Cowell's show is screened on Fox, which have millions of viewers in conservative middle American
states, who may take a dim view of his affair with the wife of one of his best friends, which might result in the show being axed.
Wolfe has always shown a certain sympathy with people of real achievements, like the pilots with "the right stuff" and the Middle American
geniuses of the computer revolution--and the ordinary folks, like the proletarianized working class in A Man in Full, the naive and decent Charlotte Simmons, and the ordinary Cuban cops in this work.
CHICAGO: Bruce Spring-swell may hail from New Jersey, but one of his finest albums is named after a Middle American
Pat started to refer to this marriage of anger and ideas as the Middle American
Generic Middle American
products might not be as interesting.
Yet, as one New York critic argues, there is no way to represent Middle American
grief without using the language of Middle American
The script reps another closely observed Middle American
portrait from "Junebug" scribe Angus MacLachlan, confirming him as a writer with a novelist's keen sense of character.
Although this anthology of American antiwar writing is unique, two other books might be considered companion volumes: Reclaiming the Right: The Lost Legacy of the Conservative Movement (ISI Books, 2008) and Ain't My America: The Long, Noble History of Antiwar Conservatism and Middle American
Anti-Imperialism by Bill Kauffman (Metropolitan Books, 2008).
Based on Richard Yates' 1961 novel, this emotionally-intense and moving film captures the social mores of middle American
suburbia quite brilliantly.