It has drowned the most heavenly ecstasies of religious fervour, of chivalrous enthusiasm, of philistine sentimentalism
, in the icy water of egotistical calculation.
I thought you were free from all vulgar sentimentalism
and that you had a more independent mind.
I suppose they were exercis ing and developing their racial sentimentalism
by the means of that dummy.
Pipped to the man-of-thematch award, perhaps down to a touch of sentimentalism
, by AC Milan-bound Dane Jon Dahl Tomasson, Van Hooijdonk was a constant danger to the German champions.
For all the obvious ties with honor, however, there were also connections, no less obvious, between the main lines of the Beauchamp case and those of sentimentalism
, especially in their common motifs of seduction, betrayal, and revenge.
However, the book avoids sentimentalism
and "preaching to the choir.
Instead, I want to use James Fenimore Cooper's 1826 novel, The Last of the Mohicans, and Michael Mann's 1992 film, Last of the Mohicans, as an opportunity to think through some contradictory positions on sentimentalism
, the gaze, and the politics of race.
Venous Flow was one of those rare performances that managed to be highly emotional while stripped of sentimentalism
, profoundly personal while never self-indulgent.
The film, directed by Wolfgang Petersen (``Air Force One''), takes a tack that slams the audience into a wave of sentimentalism
and poor storytelling.
I am sure that the highly articulate and hugely influential pro-hunting lobby will dismiss my family's affection for Old Tom as misplaced sentimentalism
Karen Halttunen's Confidence Men and Painted Women: A Study of Middle-Class Culture in America 1830-1870 (1982) provides the dominant conception of sentimentalism
for this section, a choice that proves both fruitful and problematic.
Stephin Merritt, the artiste behind this three-CD epic, is a miniaturist with grand ambitions, an ironist who cannot resist the pleasures of sentimentalism