One of the American women's team's many triumphalist
celebrations that have been heavily criticised
His new official job description included "speaking prophetically without being triumphalist
", which is, in Colin's view, the most important role of the church.
The author states in the introduction and demonstrates throughout this intriguing study that "[t]he story of literary history in this era is not a triumphalist
march of progress from effete Victorian verse to vigorous Modernist high culture." It is much more complicated than that and offers an opportunity to investigate the "trenchant links of aesthetics, ethics, and American society." Szefel (modern American history, Pacific U., Oregon) examines multiple facets of poetics and the poetic community, the labor theory of poetic value, the "New Beauty," gender codes and color lines, the economy of authorship, and Romantic individualism and radical politics in peace and war.
But I'm still struggling to decipher the hidden meaning in Mick McCarthy's triumphalist
tub thumping this week.
Eschewing the fatuously triumphalist
drug war rhetoric that rings down from Capitol Hill, she also concedes that "the drug culture always will be with us in some form."
Turning on its head Labour's triumphalist
: "We are the masters" claim of 1945, Mr Blair told the Parliamentary Labour Party, "We are not the masters.
Thompson's romantic and triumphalist
story of the making of the English working class becomes a tragic tale of a plebeian culture riven with sexual crisis in which "misogyny and patriarchy ultimately muted the radicalism of the British working class." (p.
In the late nineteenth century, the Miethausen were evolved in Kreuzberg, where Saxon peasants were transformed into industrial proletarians in tiny flats packed round narrow courtyards; a mile or two away were the pompous triumphalist
monuments of the new empire and the flashy temples of booming capitalism.
Parshall came closest, offering her standard stump speech of triumphalist
bombast mixed with calls for a more aggressive fundamentalist Christian witness.
The anti-heroic, "cultural studies" approach it adopted is supposed to challenge great booming triumphalist
conceits like "The American Century," not celebrate them.
It is just this type of triumphalist
medicine from which the crabbed spirits of Callahan and his ilk recoil.
Arthur Jarman, an NUT representative on the Schools Prom board, said: "In the light of the conflict, where there could be casualties both civilian and British, such a triumphalist
song is inappropriate."