From the face of the man who stood erect, unvanquished
as yet in the struggle for life, the fierce sweat poured like rain
And even when the US had 100,000 troops on the ground, the Taliban stood unvanquished
Though the challenge of making every underprivileged character dignified and unvanquished
is welcome, at the moment I am done with playing these crushed, oppressed women in crumpled cotton saris.
Despite medical breakthroughs, cancer remains largely unvanquished
especially in resource-poor countries.
If that litany sounds familiar, it's because these dangers are still with us, unvanquished
One can find such pain as well in The Sound and The Fury, The Unvanquished
, and Light in August.
On the other hand, the more respected Donskoi was able to present the most explicit, fictional Soviet sequence of specific prejudice against Jews in The Unvanquished
(Nepokorennye, Mark Donskoi, 1945).
If there is a new war, it will end with Hezbollah still standing, maybe bloodied but unvanquished
in the face of a US-backed military machine, and this will still look like a fantastic victory; a victory of faith over matter.
A day will come when unvanquished
Man will retrace his path of conquest, despite all barriers, to win back his lost human heritage.
Even Mark Donskoi's 1945 film Unvanquished
(Nepokorennye, based on Boris Gorbatov's novel), which Gershenson defined as "a Jewish film" and which depicted a massacre of Jews (the scene of massacre was actually filmed in Baby Yar, the site of the murder of over 30,000 Kiev Jews in late September 1941) stuck to the socialist realistic aesthetic.
Much of the extant criticism engaged in Faulkner's use of the senses centers on a short story in The Unvanquished
, "An Odor of Verbena.
(1945), which specifically dealt with Jewish characters: Dr.