Arnheim, "die interessante Personlichkeit," for pushing the spirit to its conceptual limit: "Das ist ubrigens schon kein Geist mehr," Ulrich says of Arnheim,
Erol Rizaov in Utrinski vesnik ironizes
that when the Prime Minister and the Government sell cheap plaster as it were the most expensive marble, and we pay for it in admiration even if we're short on bread.
A compositional numerology not only silently ironizes
his one experiment in free verse--it reveals a master-poet casting the sacred ritual of form itself to chance discovery ("THE NUMBER / .
He adopts a stylistic solution, finding a "campy" tone that ironizes
its own claims about the state of the world.
If the audible words of the son convey one message, the discernible pulse of his utterance (felt, heard, or abstractly marked) untethers the youth's authority and ironizes
Something genius about Michael is how he ironizes
certain things, or makes irony out of things that really aren't.
The non-naturalistic play 'appropriates antitheatrical terms/perceptions, defies conventional theatre properties (words, action, spectacle, and naturalistic acting), and ironizes
the concept of metatheatre' (168).
It's a sporty-looking device--in fact, it looks a lot like Daytime Emmy winner Tom Pelphrey (alternating in the role with Victor Villar-Hauser), whose work on "Guiding Light" only further ironizes
his performance as the sleazy appliance that none of us seem to be able to do without.
That Relling, the in-house cynic who may be every bit as much the object of Ibsen's satire as the abject Hjalmar, ironizes
Hjalmar's pathos for his dead daughter does not defuse the general response to this terrible death, destined in the manner of Greek moira.
the objective of 'giving people responsibility for their data' and constructs the 'real' objective of the implementation as downsizing or 'cutting out a group of people (HR employees) who enter that data at the moment'.
So an Italian term authenticates but also ironizes
an original experience which is now available only through the reviser's nostalgia, in the doubly parenthetical recall, during the Preface to Roderick Hudson, of the circumstances of composition, and how long ago in New York the young author had remembered his previous year in Florence, which he 'render[s]' here with quasi-Balzacian specificity but in Jamesian brackets '([.
It is one of the signs that the book, which ironizes
itself in its title, making fun of Baedekers by an introductory clutch of quotations about them (incidentally, making E.