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ONE-TIME Waterford idol Jimmy McGeough is aiming to reawaken one of the sleeping giants of Irish football, writes HUGH O'REILLY
De Chirico, we know, was a fan, untethering Bocklin's flight from the material world; and Ernst, too, could reawaken the strangeness of Bocklin's mythical figures in Germanic forests.
The authors help to reawaken an awareness of this potential within prayer and invite the reader to pursue it.
Columnist Joseph Walker presents Look What Love Has Done: Five-Minute Messages to Lift Your Spirit is a collection of vignettes sure to refresh, reawaken, and engage one's spiritual side.
Muslims took notice after Jews began protesting against the film, fearing it would reawaken questions about alleged Jewish responsibility for Jesus's death.
The time is short; it is time to reawaken consciences and the decision of faith.
Like a great movie you've seen several times too many, if Warhol's issues feel tired, it's because they've so infected our style bloodstream--you try to reawaken them by appreciating details.
After a decade of dazzling stage revivals (such as Barry Kyle's 1983 Roaring Girl at the RSC), mounted while stockmarket-crazed regimes on both sides of the Atlantic were helping to reawaken academic interest in city comedy and "radical tragedy" alike, Middleton can now appear almost mainstream, a sort of male Caryl Churchill born before his time.
I specifically seek to explore how Wilson's plays function as a cultural trope that foregrounds the marginalization of African Americans in order to reawaken cultural consciousness.
They set out to show the debilitating effect of self-referential individualism and to encourage discussions that will reawaken the ideals of freedom and commitment current 200 years ago.
much better to get out and about, whether it's a heart-to-heart chat with a few friends or a walk in a local park to reawaken an interest in the great outdoors.