precedented; these techniques for the production of
Although it has religious significance, mythically
it has a pot of gold at the end .
While paintings of buildings and landscapes can be found at the courtyard houses that have survived neglect and destruction in modern Damascus, the mythically
themed paintings at Montlucon's home are unique.
Stories, some literally true, some symbolically or mythically
true, have been passed down over the ages to encourage ethical behaviour.
Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice is not usually thought of as one of his more mythically
resonant plays (aside from the Belmont casket scene), yet it is ultimately based on prevailing contemporary Christian myths about the Jews and the way these myths defined Christians' beliefs about themselves.
His suffering and death mythically
represent all salvific suffering and death from the tortured to the abused in countless heroic acts around the world.
Round-shaped blots are far more mythically
compatible with Luki's circular universe than Mare's streaks.
James Henry, also writing for the venerable progressive weekly, has marginally more sober ideas in a piece titled "Socialism for Bankers, Savage Capitalism for Everyone Else?" Alas, he follows the otherwise perceptive Sebastian Mallaby's unwise suggestion that government--or, mythically
, "the public"-should be compensated for the bailout with partial ownership of the rescued firms.
Richard Wilson plays the court physician Gaius who takes Merlin under his wing, while John Hurt adds his almost mythically
wise voice to the CGI-inspired dragon.
fear and passion, earthbound and astrologically connected, mythically
Darwinism will fail as an interpretive schema because it is mythically
Does it have something to do with the desire for the medieval: for a society of "hope" and beauty, in which human value is, mythically
at least, visible in the apparel and comportment of the body?