Times of heroism
are generally times of terror, but the day never shines in which this element may not work.
He brought back the gusts of splendour, the heroism
, the youth, the magnificence of life and of death, and, amid vast roarings of a superhuman joy, he led his Fifth Symphony to its conclusion.
And, after all, this opening chapter will seem to the reader to have nothing to do with my narrative; and yet there would have been no narrative without it, for it is only when a man goes out into the world with the thought that there are heroisms
all round him, and with the desire all alive in his heart to follow any which may come within sight of him, that he breaks away as I did from the life he knows, and ventures forth into the wonderful mystic twilight land where lie the great adventures and the great rewards.
The collection opens with an essay by Guy Bourquin who, fittingly for the first essay in this volume, considers the essence of heroism
in Old English verse.
The play is set in the Petkoff household in Bulgaria and satirizes romantic ideas concerning war and heroism
These six films present stirring tales of front-line action, conflict and heroism
and star Hollywood's top leading men such as Clark Gable, Robert Mitchum, Sean Connery, Jeffrey Hunter, Spencer Tracy, John Garfield and James Garner.
A 39-year old overseas Filipino worker who became an instant hero-celebrity in Saudi Arabia was formally honored by the Philippine Embassy for his act of heroism
During a meeting of the Florida Cabinet, Governor Rick Scott recognized Florida Highway Patrol Corporal John Schultz and Florida Division of Investigative and Forensic Services Detective Barry Lewis with the Governors Medal of Heroism
A HISTORIAN has revealed the extraordinary heroism
of Scottish soldiers on the Somme.
The deputy premier asserted that the Bahraini soldiers had set the best examples of heroism
and dedication in the service of their nation, noting that their outstanding heroism
will be emulated by the coming generations.
That description should be confined to those who have actually performed acts of heroism
and not for some special skill or performance which rightfully could claim them to be classed as a 'star'.
is a social concept, and--like any social concept--it can be explained, taught, and modeled through education and practice.