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7) Readers will gain more benefit from the book if they remain open to the actual analysis of perception, fear response, and social intelligence, even if these areas are awkwardly applied to a definition of an iconoclast.
In many cases, by accident or design, the iconoclasts muddied the water, confusing veneration of icons with literal worship.
I thought of that half-remembered tableau as I read Marion Elizabeth Rodgers's Mencken: The American Iconoclast, whose dust jacket bears a second subtitle, "The Life and Times of the Bad Boy of Baltimore" Rodgers is the third of a trio of biographers who have published full-length studies of H.
The Iconoclast had begun the day with a circulation of about nine hundred twenty.
The line-ups are as follows: January 6, Iconoclast plus The Vears, We See Foxes and The Affection; January 13, Multi Purpose Chemical plus Dead Logic, Auden Primm and The Laze; January 20, Hot Club de Paris plus Steven Kennedy and Vandal in Berlin; January 27, Ecuador plus Victor FME and Mesemenie Boa.
This volume in Longman's Studies in Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century Literature begins with a reminder that in her time Elizabeth Barrett Browning 'was considered a shocking poet, a risk-taker, an innovator, a rebel, an iconoclast even'.
Thanks to Thomas Bonner's Iconoclast, we finally have the biography Flexner deserves and readers seek.
The Sunday Herald's 100 Most Influential Women in Scottish Business 2003 rank Mrs Unis, the food iconoclast number 19.
I'm too much of an iconoclast to believe that you have to have the ignition lock on the floor and put the gearbox in reverse when parking before you can call a vehicle a Saab.
Christopher Locke, Boulder's very own high-tech iconoclast, has earned himself a rabid following in the last six years with his Web site, Entropy Gradient Reversals (EGR), and corresponding e-mail list of roughly 5,000 subscribers.
For the iconoclast, a "gendered evil" lurked within the image, which held a perilous sensual allure for the eye of unwary.
Those familiar with the literature on Le Grand Meaulnes may also be 'mystified' by the harnessing of a long-established admirer, exponent of the 'mythical-initiatic' reading, Claude Herzfeld, with a more recent iconoclast, Alain Buisine, whose Les Mauvaises pensees du 'Grand Meaulnes' (Paris: PUF, 1992) set out precisely to demystify.