They got to talkin' 'bout school, for mother has summer-boarded a lot o' the schoolmarms
, an' likes 'em.
AND MADAMS: MONTANA WOMEN'S STORIES.
Those earlier writers had been hostile to the movement and to the Yankee Schoolmarms
who had, as one writer put it, "invaded" the South.
Some pictures call attention to the uneasy process of assimilation, for example, an image of Natives being taught by white schoolmarms
in a regimented classroom (101).
Though he has been accused of paternalism and sadism for years, his latest feature, Nymphomaniac--third in the ecstatic, Dogme-smashing Depression trilogy, after Antichrist (2009) and Melancholia (2011)--proves him to be something worse: a soft, fussy masochist begging to be whipped by feminist schoolmarms
for the unpardonable essentialism of this 240-minute revenge porn.
are borderline industrial artcore focusing on heavy guitar riffs and cerebral poetry.
Goodman and Gilder quite rightly stressed the role of schoolmarms
and social workers in marginalizing manliness, while Mencken followed Nietzsche in interpreting the decline in Western virility as a result of Christianity and our effete rejection of the basic rules of natural selection:
There are westerns full of darling schoolmarms
and noble sheriffs--and then, there's Pale Horse, a book that takes pleasure in its anti-hero and the ugly world in which he lives.
To the schoolmarms
, of which our news media employ great and many, this kind of talk is gobbledygook; things, flightless minds insist, are either true or false.
Making the grade; plucky schoolmarms
of Kittitas Country.
Making the Grade: Plucky Schoolmarms
of Kittitas Country collects the first-person testimonies of thirteen Kittitas County schoolmarms
who served from 1914 to 1942.
The law-enforcing man of violence triumphs, making the settlement finally safe for children and schoolmarms