In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(use of symbols)simbolismo masculino
- These changes indicate a shift in ritual communication and material symbolism.
- Although Emily's contemplations can feel overwritten and her symbolism heavy-handed, her engagingly angsty personality draws us in.
- This rivalry serves as a subject worth great discussion due to the political symbolism each team represents and the history which divides the collected fans.
- And that is the main fault line running through the collection: the stories are too choked with symbolism to achieve their lofty ambitions.
- The symbolism was no accident: the film represented a new Germany, reborn and free of suffering on the First World War cross of defeat and humiliation.
- Among the most interesting qualities of this film is the way this symbolism reinforces itself on multiple levels.
- Through symbolism, you get your message across.
- Topics include symbolism, dialogue, and the influence of film on reading comics.
- But anyone who has ever striven to meet their standards knows they do not sacrifice quality for symbolism's sake.
- While detractors tend to focus on his heavy symbolism and soliloquies, there is nonetheless a more delicate strand to Bergman's work.
- This is a lot more about symbolism than substance.
- But in fact, the words, symbolism and ideology were a ruse for grasping and holding onto power.
- What is most disappointing is that I could tell there were a lot of cultural references and symbolism that I missed as a non-Japanese viewer.
- I suspect they could cut it down, but I think people like the religious symbolism - I think it helps them believe revival will work.
- Overflowing with symbolism and ironic dialogue, the film is beautifully washed in grey light.
- Several former communist leaders used symbolism, religion, and outright dictatorial tactics to remain in power.
- Some questioned the political gain of such self-sacrifice, or of trying to take down a heavily guarded fence in a gesture of dubious symbolism.
- Like other films from the region, it carries deep-set symbolism and unspoken ideas.
- It is all symbolism, and scare tactics and vaporizing about the ‘idea of Europe’.
- The counter-argument is that those who believe this are just taking symbolism to the extreme, and symbols aren't inviolable.
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