in juxtaposition with the bloodless high-end luxury is jarring - but not in a good way.
A suggestion to proabortionists: Attend any of the many, many state pro-life rallies or the huge assemblage in our nation's capital and see if you still believe that celebrating the brutality and bloodiness
and barbarity of abortion is a winning strategy.
Some others do seem inspired by his films too the graphic bloodiness
of combat as seen in Saving Private Ryan (1998), crops up in the memories of the discharged soldier in Christmas Eve 1953, which otherwise seems a Christmas story.
Given the bloodiness
of Europe's history this always struck me as the strongest Remain argument, endorsed by the fact that in 2012 the EU won the Nobel Peace Prize for advancing the causes of peace, reconciliation, democracy and human rights in Europe.
Though colors have had various meanings throughout the centuries, Mary's red-dyed alcove points to human corporeality, the bloodiness
of our births and deaths.
The enmity and bloodiness
that seems to characterize Turkish politics these days is very damaging.
Little is held back -- scenes depict the bloodiness
of butchery, animal whipping, shackling, and overcrowding in cages.
Even the water is digital in a 'Greekquel' drenched in CGI bloodiness
To accept the veteran, despite an awareness of what had occurred in Vietnam, would possibly allow some greater admission of guilt by American society in relation to its propensity for violence and perhaps even an implicit acknowledgement of the bloodiness
of the nation's historical past.
The wood choppers are still evident, but the bloodiness
of Peter's martyrdom is the focus: blood spurts from his head, the blood from his chest stains his white scapular and pools on the ground, blood drips from his staff and the assassin's discarded spear and, in the lower right corner, in a visual pathetic fallacy, blood streams from a severed tree stump.
It is true enough that, very occasionally, The Campaign explicitly references the bloodiness
of war; in addition to the lines cited above, Addison elsewhere speaks of "promiscuous carnage," "the Danube's bloody whirl-pools," and French (not English) "floods of gore" on the battlefield (154, 320, 351).
goes on to discuss two phenomena central to the novel which undercut Charikleia's 'tragic' mode: parades and scenes of bloodiness