It is true that part of Epiphanius's impetus in recounting this anecdote is to heroize
Although Maoist-era socialist realists depicted the socially dispossessed, they tended to heroize
them by "typifying" and abstracting them into larger sociopolitical categories and narratives.
His initial response to the massacre was to heroize
the clergy and congregation and to criminalize the youth, seen hardly as people, but as "instruments" of other evil forces.
In either case, it would seem that workers have little alternative other than to come to terms with modern factory work by continuing to heroize
the intense discipline and suffering in it.
Either way, there is no future for Indigenous people, and the construction of a primitive utopia only takes place to allow Morgan to heroize
her own role as a messenger from an unrecoverable past.
there was this tendency on the part of the women--announced too--to lift the men up, to heroize
them" (Hull and Gallagher 36-37).
One thing I want to be very scrupulous about--it's always a danger in autobiographical writing to heroize
To this reviewer, however, the most significant misinterpretation is Lynn's attempt to heroize
the army as the bete glorieuse et victorieuse while passing lightly over the draggonade's bete noire treatment of the Camisards in Languedoc from 1685 to 1710.
We may be tempted to heroize
the emergence of Makhulu Span and other movements that combatted stock theft and which founded anti-colonial struggles, much as an earlier literature tended to celebrate the actions of bandits.