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That makes it all the easier to invoke him, and all the more important to see that he should not be misprized or misappropriated.
Why is it necessary that the "poetic father" be "misread," misprized, and displaced?
In this way I misprized the front-region in Poronin, while highly prizing the back-region.
12), Taruskin dares to suggest a way to answer questions long misprized in "techno-essentialist historiography" (p.
Conservative politician Bob Dole calls for some tolerance on abortion, and is righteously misprized by the right.
When a Jewish writer is accused of self-hatred for writing about Jews in what is deemed unacceptable ways, that writer's art is misjudged and misprized, often at the cost of its contribution to American Jewish culture.