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We must speak out when any member Democrat or Republican uses harmful tropes and stereotypes, levels accusations of dual loyalty, or makes reckless statements like those yesterday," they wrote.Omar has been critical of Israel's government over its treatment of Palestinians.
"However, we also need appropriate educational resources to help Members understand the history of antisemitism and antisemitic tropes, ensuring that we can express a wide range of views, particularly on Palestine and Israel, without implying any antisemitic views, either directly or indirectly.
It is snobbish and simplistic to look at the catalog of tropes employed in mystery-thrillers and say, "Oh, there that is again!
Synopsis: In "Skin Deep: Settler Impressions of Aboriginal Women", author Liz Conor examines the preoccupations of European-Australians in their encounters with Aboriginal women and the tropes, types, and perceptions that seeped into everyday settler-colonial thinking.
These dominant institutions are able to impose versions of histories upon people, stories we call dominant tropes. Dominant tropes are simply what the dominant institutions are telling people to remember, what certain way people are told to think.
Edwards's purpose is to provide a survey and brief evaluation of different views as to what properties are (universals--transcendental or immanent, tropes, various forms of nominalism, and pluralism), develop and apply a methodology for approaching this task (identify the features properties are supposed to have and look at the roles they are alleged to play), and defend a pluralist position.
Tropes's the study of non-profit commercial and industry-driven preservation and presentation of film heritage makes Stardust Monuments an original and wide-ranging history of the institutionalization of Hollywood's material and immaterial past.
The studies of trope and literature have been closely connected on both theoretical and textual levels ever since antiquity, and many great literary works were written by writers who were well versed in tropes.
Characters were never shoehorned into tropes, rather, the tropes were played with to show complexity, such as the archetypally butch, stoic, meat-loving Ron, who is also a clandestine jazz musician.
These twelfth-century events form the basis of the tropes Ulin traces through literaiy, historical, and artistic works from the nineteenth century to the present day.
The author acknowledges that Lewis' work relies strongly on gender tropes of femininity: passive, receptive, intuitive, gentle or weak, and on opposing stereotypes of women as vain, selfish rulers, or humble, self-sacrificing servants.
To put it another way, Lyne argues that Shakespeare's plays feature characters that think through tropes. Lyne's book thus pursues the connection between rhetoric and cognition primarily through an examination of Shakespeare's dramatic language, particularly the speeches of Bottom, Imogen, and Othello (among others), characters whose language exhibits an affinity between "cognitive crisis and rhetorical extravagance" (9).