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It is when Josey, her protests to management having fallen on chauvinistically deaf ears, is physically attacked that she decides to take legal action.
The real contribution of John Garth's study lies, I believe, in his explanation of Tolkien's answer to this central problem: how to be faithfully but not chauvinistically English, how to retrieve the noblest virtues of his own land and people while avoiding any notion of "England over all others.
For the chauvinistically patriotic, 'God Bless America' meant that the deity was irrevocably on their side, as they stood for justice and liberty.
What we are talking about are the actual human rights of a woman in desperate need; a woman who appears to have been chauvinistically kicked into the wayside; a woman who has been left in a state of misery and rejection by the abject discrimi- nation she has experienced.
Indeed, Gibson chauvinistically assumes that his audience is thoroughly familiar with the events of Christ's passion and its spiritual significance as he sees them.
It didn't take long for England's new poet laureate to respond--vehemently and chauvinistically.
But Isaac McCaslin quickly puts his fears to rest, asserting almost chauvinistically that in time the country will meet the challenges posed by Hitler, or "one Austrian paper-hanger, no matter what he will be calling himself " (GDM 323).
The redundancy presumed between feeling a part of a community and feeling similar to community members results in a dilemma: Is it the positive feeling of being part of the wider community or the negative feeling of, perhaps chauvinistically, excluding others that contributes to the effect of the construct?
It is a typically American question, illogically and chauvinistically implying that no retailer can claim world-class status without operating in the world's largest market.