While this analysis is far more self-revelatory
than enlightening, it is the foundation of a potentially fateful miscalculation.
This seems the reason men's relationships, though concededly deeply rooted in camaraderie, are hardly intimate, usually good only over sports or poker, and, if at all, self-revelatory
only fueled by drinks.
The text is intimate and self-revelatory
and takes the form of a journal, but if this is a diary of sorts, it is one that is informed by a much larger arena than the self: that of the role of women and especially women artists in a world that privileges men.
Knowledge is power and every self-revelatory
nugget he mines tips the scales further in his favour in his pursuit of Beck.
Underwater is a self-revelatory
performance where Issa Manalo Lopez interrogates the roots of her mental disorder, and allows the audience to step in as witness.
I am now reading his self-revelatory
Under the Volcano - admired by some, hated by others.
Since he was rarely given to self-revelatory
discussion, there were many other things I did not know about him.
Army officers--as people from whom he should hide as a youth hanging out with American soldiers on maneuvers--may be more self-revelatory
than Muth realizes.
From Spanish Harlem to Singapore, in relationships with Muscovite intellectuals and streetwise Chinatown massage parlor queens, Jed Ringel takes you on this hilarious, heartrending, self-revelatory
, and sometimes even cringe-worthy journey with "Stuck in the Passing Lane: A Memoir ".
In addition, Kelleher somewhat unsatisfactorily concludes by noting parallels between Wu's writing and later Ming "self-revelatory
" writing, as well as the confessional diaries of Baptists and Quakers, calling for a comparative study at a future date.
The frequent surprises in Oliver Sacks' guardedly self-revelatory
autobiography begin with the book's cover photo.
At that time, Wolpe began to break with the formalism of his previous music and took a self-revelatory