Looking Backward

(redirected from Looking Backwards)

Looking Backward

Julian West awakens more than a century later to enjoy a new life in the Boston of A.D. 2000. [Am. Lit.: Looking Backward in Magill I, 520]
References in classic literature ?
The boy was looking backwards and forwards along the long line of disembowelled earth.
Even your head won't stay straight, and you never can tell whether you are looking backwards or forwards
Wood, who conducted a review of offshore oil and gas recovery for the UK Government, said Aberdeen must "stop looking backwards, look forwards, look at the challenges we have and how we are going to deal with them".
My advice to these two gentlemen is to move a bit further along the row from Dennis Skinner in the House of Commons and perhaps they maybe stop looking backwards and start looking forward to seek the aspiration to be able to attract more investment to the region.
Nine or 10 teams, even some of the ones probably on that fringe up there, will still probably be looking backwards rather than forwards.
The bystander said he saw Harry, 29, in the back of the car with his head in his hands, constantly looking backwards at the injured men with 'concern etched on his face'.
Or will they be still looking backwards, as the Ukip backwoodsmen did in the distant past?
They advocate looking backwards and forward periodically with each client or client group, as they have done for this edition.
Tragically, letters like this, give the impression that Birmingham is a provincial and parochial town looking backwards and having nothing to do with the global village in which we live.
There is no point in looking backwards, we are entering a new world where we are going to have to make our own way.
But now we're not looking backwards any longer because you cannot succeed in life by looking backwards.
It's not only looking backwards, also we can look above and there are still a lot of things to play for.