Instead she flees to her comforting uncle-the recurringly
benign face of the patriarchy-for assistance and advice.
I do not want to suggest here that the Milestone message is incredibly well-concealed propaganda that serves a specific agenda; rather, I believe that it forthrightly admits - and is recurringly
interpreted as - an alternative to the traditional patriarchal masculine norm that has recently, in other comics and other media, become increasingly skewed toward absurd heights of hypermasculinity.
Throughout recorded history a struggle to control money-information flows has ensued between the individual preferences expressed in free trade and those of recurringly
emerging perceived privileged classes.
The grouch within me wonders recurringly
why people who have paid perfectly good money for a theatre seat stand up and leave it to its own devices while they wriggle their hips and go in for synchronised clapping, just because the musical beat on the stage happens to stir their primeval instincts.
For instance, the Poliphilo narrator recurringly
practices the rhetorical exercise of ekphrasis, or the careful verbal evocation of works of art.
Emberly begins with the premise that "values education is recurringly
the most visible and most hotly contested" (p.
A helpful question to ask oneself often is, "Does drinking interfere recurringly
with any aspect of this person's life?