That confusion, furthermore, is shared widely in public representations of journalism, including in popular heroizing
of the disabled veteran served the post-Vietnam film canon's political aims, which almost de facto represented the war as unjustly inflicting carnage not just on the Vietnamese, but the American draftees who fought it against their will, with further social and political afflictions reverberating politically and socially on the homefront.
These posters heroizing
Ho Chi Minh connect him to the kind of masculinized revolutionary legacy left behind by both himself and Che.
Modernism, the 20th-century intellectual movement that focused on issues like meaning and quality, has fallen out of fashion for its naive heroizing
of Great White Men and its ignoring of social realities and differences.
168) The legal profession's heroizing
of the fiercely independent solo practitioner may exacerbate this danger and serve as an obstacle to a more systems-based approach.
Indeed, if the trope of the maverick and mentally fragile creative genius is one of the grand canards of artistic modernism, the adoption of this pose, whatever its grounding in actual psychology, by a slight woman from Japan performs the double critical move of revealing the phallocentric and fundamentally Western aspects of such heroizing
while also indicating the terrible double-bind in which the marketplace puts the serious artist.
Yet it is entirely easy to believe that such a compensatory impulse, long after the fact, might have played a role in her heroizing
of her own cultural origins.
the liberal, pluralist, and secular aspects of Russian thought, so long overlooked in Western historiography, Berlin, too, presented a somewhat distorted view.
Further, Jones ignores Herodes' possible guilty motive for commissioning the heroizing
poem for his wife Regilla, whom, as Sarah Pomeroy points out, he probably murdered [The Murder of Regilla, 2007].
Her Epilogue might have been more usefully addressed to a discussion of these distinctions than to a scolding of others for heroizing
figures like Prescod and Sarah Ann Gill or for writing in the "great man" tradition of historical inquiry.
JOHNSON, supra note 2, at 17 (quoting Claudia Carter's description of Atticus's influence as a lawyer-hero); Petry, supra note 5, at xxiv-xxv (providing examples of lawyers characterizing Atticus Finch in a heroizing
fashion); Cynthia L.
And, significantly, there is an argument here that organizes the discussion--that the history of the conjoined pair vampire / slayer reveals a "well-developed and extremely subtle mechanism for heroizing
that which helps a community bury the traces of injustice committed in the name of preserving things as they are" (185).