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It was this petit-bourgeois, almost lumpen viewpoint, that explained Rodrigues ' antipathy towards the higher middle-cass intelligentsia that made much of the political Left of the period (" I'm not moved by marches of the ruling classes ", was he to say before a march of protesters against the military dictatorship ). Conversely, for those Brazilian writers that equated modernism in literature with support for social change, Rodrigues ' longings for a lost old order made it impossible to accept the reality of his formal innovations: for the great modernist Oswald de Andrade, Rodrigues ' literature was " nothing but a wretched newspaper feuilleton ", and Rodrigues himself " an ill-educated, illustrious, pervert ".
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Quebec French was also influenced by the French spoken by the King's Daughters who were of the petit-bourgeois class from the Paris area ( Île-de-France ) and Normandy.
He claims that " lifestyle anarchism " goes against the fundamental tenets of anarchism, accusing it of being " decadent " and " petit-bourgeois " and an outgrowth of American decadence and a period of declining struggle, and speaks in nostalgic terms of " the Left that was " as, for all its flaws, vastly superior to what has come since.
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Then, with a glory that almost wiped out the deep, downward sags in her careworn face, Matilda leaned over the wheel and shouted to Hez, who was stumbling along in the heat and the dust on the opposite side of the wagon `` Pa!!
For several weeks we eyed one another almost like sparring partners, and then one day Uncle was slightly indisposed and stayed home ; ;
He was pressed far back into the corner of the car on his hay sacks, the rattling and tinning of the wheels on the rails almost covering the sound of his ocarina.
Their skin was covered with a thin coating of sweat and dirt which had almost the consistency of a second skin.
From high in the tree, the whole block lay within range of the eye, but the ground was almost nowhere visible.
The street that is full now of traffic and parked cars then and for many years drowsed on an August afternoon in the shade of the curbside trees, and silence was a weight, almost palpable, in the air.
`` Don't forget, here was a man who had been accusing his colleagues for almost a year of willfully attempting to present an incorrect report.
Trevelyan was at least in part attracted to the period by an almost unconscious desire to take up the story where Macaulay's History Of England had broken off.
The cautious Thomas re-examined the note and then, making up his mind that it was genuine, snapped his fingers, whistled and almost danced in his exuberance.
To help him do so The Prince had conferred control of his land forces on a soldier who was different from him in almost every respect save one: both were eccentrics of the purest ray serene.
In late December, the American army moved from Whitemarsh to Valley Forge, and although the distance was only 13 miles, the journey took more than a week because of the bad weather, the barefooted and almost naked men.
Boniface had to uphold the sacredness of the feudal contract at all costs, for it was only as suzerain of Sicily and of the Patrimony of Peter that he had any justification for his Italian wars, but in the English-Scottish-French triangle it was almost impossible for him to recognize the claims of any one of the contestants without seeming to invalidate those of the other two.
We were almost the same age, she was fifteen, I was twelve, and where I felt there was a life to look forward to Lilly felt she had had as much of it as was necessary.
Karl was an almost exact copy of his father physically and it was strange to see the expected become the unexpected.
The wholesome activities were to be provided by many organizations including the YMCA, the Knights of Columbus, the Jewish Welfare Board, the American Library Association, and the Playground and Recreation Association -- private societies which voluntarily performed the job that was taken over almost entirely by the Special Services Division of the Army itself in World War 2.
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The Band of the 10th of December was a secret Bonapartist society organized mainly from among lumpen proletariat, opportunists, military leaders, etc.
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This theological viewpoint was also widespread among Judah ’ s neighbors of differing religions who believed the destruction of a particular city could be attributed to the city ’ s deity who was punishing the city for some communal sin or wrongdoing.
From the viewpoint of the ancient Greeks, a person's public life was not separated from their private life, and Greeks did not distinguish between the two worlds according to the modern western conception.
The piece was conceptualized by lyricist, Tom Burchinal, and offers an anti-apocalyptic viewpoint of the popularized end-date of the Mayan Long Count Calendar in 2012.
The development of the frequentist account was motivated by the problems and paradoxes of the previously dominant viewpoint, the classical interpretation.
Although English largely separates tense and aspect formally, its generally recognized aspects do not correspond very closely to the traditional notion of perfective vs. imperfective aspectual distinction originally devised to classify aspect in most Classical and Slavic languages ( those languages for which the concept of aspect was first proposed in describing non-tense handling of verbal " viewpoint ").
While from a Catholic viewpoint there have been tensions concerning some developments of the practice, the Pope said, there is no denying the goodness of the intention that inspired its defence, which was to stress that man is offered the concrete possibility of uniting himself in his inner heart with God in that profound union of grace known as theosis, divinization.
Lippmann's quarrel was with those very principles and institutions, for they are the product of the pre-scientific and pre-historical viewpoint and what for him was a groundless natural rights political philosophy.
His 1925 play Ordet ( The Word ) is often said to have been his best work ; it is an investigation of miracles from the unique ( at least, to theatre ) viewpoint of one who was not prepared to dismiss them.
Bakunin's viewpoint on the illegitimacy of the state as an institution and the role of electoral politics was starkly counterposed to Marx's views in the First International.
Beria's sexually predatory nature was well-known to the Politburo, and though Stalin took an indulgent viewpoint ( considering Beria's wartime importance ), he was fearful after learning that his daughter Svetlana was alone with Beria at his house.
The development of algebraic geometry from its classical to modern forms is a particularly striking example of the way an area of mathematics can change radically in its viewpoint, without making what was correctly proved before in any way incorrect ; of course mathematical progress clarifies gaps in previous proofs, often by exposing hidden assumptions, which progress has revealed worth conceptualizing.
Mao was also involved in the movement advocating autonomy for the province, a viewpoint shared by figures from a variety of different political persuasions.
However, a report from the French AFP news agency stated that " The Turkish judicial authorities still haven't explained exactly which legal resources he had access to ", and former minister of Justice Hikmet Sami Türk, in government at the time of Ağca's extradition, claimed that, from a legal viewpoint, his liberation was a " serious mistake " at best, and that he should have not been freed before 2012.
Two biographies were published of him during his lifetime ; one of them, by Giorgio Vasari, proposed that he was the pinnacle of all artistic achievement since the beginning of the Renaissance, a viewpoint that continued to have currency in art history for centuries.
However imperfect or imperfectly related the viewpoint, Pytheas was the first to associate the tides to the phases of the moon.
For a time during the 19th century pantheism was the theological viewpoint of many leading writers and philosophers, attracting figures such as William Wordsworth and Samuel Coleridge in Britain ; Johann Gottlieb Fichte, Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph Schelling and Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel in Germany ; Walt Whitman, Ralph Waldo Emerson and Henry David Thoreau in the USA.
William Grocyn pursued Valla's lines of text criticism, and Valla's critical viewpoint of the authorship of the highly influential Corpus was accepted and publicized by Erasmus from 1504 onward, for which he was criticized by Catholic theologians.
Another sports analyst wrote Limbaugh's viewpoint was shared by " many football fans and analysts " and " it is ... absurd to say that the sports media haven't overrated Donovan McNabb because he's black.