Most gipsies are merely tenth-rate provincial companies, travelling with and villainously
travestying Borrow's great pieces of "Lavengro" and "Romany Rye.
15) All of the points I go on to make in what follows could equally well be made concerning a version of Three Options in which option (ii) involves the bystander turning the trolley onto the one who villainously
launched it toward the five in the first place.
When Sugil's mother perceives the truth, she compares the missionary couple and their son who killed Sugil to jackals: "The old jackal's spade eagle's nose hung villainously
over his upper lip, while the vixen's teats jutted out like the stomach of a snake that has just swallowed a demon, and the slippery wolf cub gleamed with poison like the head of a venomous snake that has just shed its skin" (Han 1994, 184).
she laughs, and we can't help but agree as we gaze down at the puppet's bulging nose and villainously
But he was villainously
betrayed to his death by the evil Scar--Nxaha, right?
As Mann (Damon's character) villainously
says to soon-to-be dying Cooper, it is the final images of a father's children that will push him to live on.
Faulkner's multitude of characters come "swarming back comically and villainously
and tragically" to Styron "with a kind of mnemonic sense of utter reality" as part of a "maddened, miraculous vision of life wrested, as all art is wrested, out of nothingness.
21) Whereas Delamotte sees the early Gothic as glossing a demonized religious difference in racial terms--"what is villainously
Latin and what is villainously
black are located metonymically in relation to each other" (22)--Hoeveler considers the opposite scenario, showing how the racial "other" can subtly be identified as alien on the basis of religion.
Thus it is that Carrion acts as an emotional guide, revealing Chacaltana's wounds to him even as he villainously
makes use of his traumatic reactions for his own purposes.