150) Unsurprisingly, press accounts of the attack did not heroize
Williams but now left the impression that she was growing unhinged, (151) or, at least, morose.
9) Not quite the polite apology Homer's Antilochus gives to Menelaus, but not an attempt to heroize
Rather than heroize
motherhood as it is often portrayed in Chicano/Latino culture, Carrasco's image provides a rhetorical reconstitution of Chicana women as imprisoned by the pressures of motherhood from which they cannot escape.
This is not 1961: there is no galvanizing historical context akin to the Cold War, no likely politician who can heroize
the difficult and dangerous, no body of engineers who yearn for the productive regimentation they had enjoyed in the military, and no popular faith in a science-fictional mythology such as exploring the solar system.
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.
It is true that part of Epiphanius's impetus in recounting this anecdote is to heroize
One thing I want to be very scrupulous about--it's always a danger in autobiographical writing to heroize
The temptation among Miltonists tends to be either to heroize
Adam's decision, pace Waldock, or to offer various judicious alternatives to what Adam should have done.
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).
But these shows and films tend to heroize
fathers for doing the things mothers routinely do.
Q: The Lethal Weapon movies heroize
the LAPD, which is seen by many people as a racist police force, little better than an army of occupation.