of historical despots reflects the contemporary embrace of such pre-modern, radically anti-democratic and unjust values.
In Denver, more than 500 people gathered to peacefully protest the lionization
of Columbus during an Italian heritage parade.
In contrast, while today's lionization
of Chaplin's inspired poignancy that embraces the 19th-century sentimentality of a Charles Dickens remains, Keaton has been given a major upgrade.
Michael Robillard appreciates Kershnar's pushing back on "knee-jerk lionization
or pitying of veterans" (p.
To the novice, it offers a readable overview of his life, his military career, and the lionization
of both although the book would benefit from the inclusion of aerial photographs of the battlefields to aid in visualizing the terrain and understanding the challenges of war.
its stigmatization of collective politics and workers' interdependence; its lionization
of an elite cadre of creative innovators and sidelining or outright omission of industrial, service, and manual labor; and its insistence that the individual worker shoulder the burden of establishing a secure future.
Extreme constitutional lionization
precluded assessment of clonality in the 10th case.
Tracing this publication history allows readers to see Kesey's growing importance, canonization, and lionization
as an American cultural figure, as well as an American writer.
While the lionization
of war as physical combat and ritualized slaughter was often taken to be a given of the Futurist sensibility, a look at the manifestoes of key Futurists puts this reading into question, revealing "war" to be understood by them as ideational revolution, "combat" as the cultivation of the agonistic in discursive and aesthetic fields which aimed at sharpening one's skills and overcoming the past creatively and productively.
The explorer Richard Burton was always ambivalent about the idea of colonizing West Africa at a time (the 1860s) when there was significant humanitarian support for doing exactly that, encouraged in part by the lionization
in Europe of humanitarian heroes like David Livingstone.
In depicting Paul's lionization
of the ostensibly formidable Ida, and then portraying her as an anguished soul pining for a long-gone paramour, Galassi imbues his offbeat tale with emotional intensity and a lingering resonance.
Similarly, when a Chair is conservative in the sense of preferring to avoid lionization
or demonization, reputational concerns will tend to increase the probability that the Chair will use her influence in support of policies that conform to principled norms then in effect.