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The female employer with her motherliness, protectiveness, and generosity is expressing in a distinctly feminine way her lack of respect for the domestic as an autonomous, adult employee" (p.
Szczepaniak then turns her attention to Jelinek's oeuvre, arguing that it strenuously dismantles a large number of 'modern myths' (whatever their nature and provenance), myths that are dear to the heart of bourgeois culture: family, motherliness, childhood, woman, man, love, sex, nature, 'Heimat', music.
However, I believe it is Ripley's complex femaleness more so than her complex motherliness that elicits potent feelings among her peer characters, and among the film's consumers.
The very first words of the play, therefore, suggest the moral tone, the motherliness, the need for serious parenthood, and the anti-hedonistic attitude toward vacations that will be exhibited by Gertrudis throughout Unamuno's novel.
Third, many characteristics which are of utmost importance to the practical breeder, such as fertility, milk production, motherliness, disease resistance, early fur maturity, etc.
She says she was able to cut off any feelings of motherliness towards the two babies by thinking she was simply carrying them inside her for Louisa and Colin.
While postulating a fascinating thesis, Currid pathologizes the gay fan for his attraction to Leander's "Abscheulichkeit"(disgustfulness, loathsomeness) and to her motherliness, the invocation of which he describes as "peinlich und armselig, abet gewi[Beta] auch interessant" (embarrassing and pathetic, yet certainly interesting) (76).
In contrast to Lawrence's gendered conflict between outer masculinity and inner motherliness, Brynner's characterization embodied generational tensions, suggesting a conflict between potent masculinity on the outside and prepubescent child within.
They are more to me than life, these voices, they are more than motherliness and more than fear; they are the strongest, most comforting thing there is anywhere: They are the voices of my comrades.
Was this a story of universal motherliness, the story Tolerton argues Rout wanted told (p.
The motherliness of Horace's sister, Narcissa, recurs in the portrait of Maggie.