It's a game engulfed in egotism
and the motto is serve they self
Like Morrissey and Dylan, sheer egotism
perhaps leads Ray to assume just about any competant back-up band will do.
It's sometimes difficult to know what possesses a writer to put his name in the title: the egotism
is as pointless as it is off-putting.
While it's true that the human condition includes acts of incredible compassion and intellectual achievement, it also includes feelings of jealousy and egotism
The book mainly consists of Burroughs's epistolary reports of his quest for a South American psychedelic substance prepared from the bark of a wild vine, together with a few interjected pieces by Allen Ginsberg which read like an adolescent's attempt to describe his first experience of the oceanic feeling, to which, because of the egotism
natural to youth, he ascribes transcendent significance.
Bailey maintains an emotional balance and suspense by having different characters move the plot along from their own points of view, weaving in the family's Catholic religion, ethics, independence, community squabbles, and tragedy caused by egotism
Men often project a sometimes overbearing egotism
and entitlement because that's what you have to do when you're not allowed to show weakness and need.
As did ex-chancellor Schroder in his recent television appearance, the exhibition shows signs of delusions of grandeur, though here you also find irony behind the egotism
Though not above classic rap egotism
, he subverts convention in the punchy "What You Give," dissing a "huffing and puffing" foe, then bragging about his sexual prowess--with his wife
Mind you, we can all be prone to egotism
and thinking our lives are more interesting than everyone else.
for claiming the credit due others is not.