Thus, the audience is offered a travesty
of history, as well as, a travesty
of canonical figures such as Joyce, Lenin and Tzara whose historical significance is dwarfed and inverted within the play.
This is a travesty
of justice of international proportions.
One of the major excuses given for allowing this travesty
was that one of the tenants would be a paper de-inking and recycling plant.
When read against the backdrop of contemporary concerns over the uses and abuses of learning, particularly classical learning, and especially when applied to the education of women," he writes, "the scene presents a travesty
of what happens when learning and what Sly calls 'household stuff' collide" (101).
The first discusses the relationship between the travesty
and the eighteenth- and early nineteenth-century acting editions of Othello and lists echoes of Shakespeare's play.
Benoit's poem, a travesty
of the story told in Homer's Iliad, is an immense baroque tapestry of Greek lore and fable.
The secular and Catholic presses couldn't wait to barrage us with the numbers of Anglican priests and their families who would be leaving Anglicanism--estimated at 500 to 1,000-and turning to Roman Catholicism to escape the travesty
If you want to say that I called it a travesty
,'" Rust told SCIENCE NEWS, "why you can say that.
It is a travesty
of justice, it is a travesty
of fairness, it is travesty
of common sense, it is a travesty
of truth," he said.
Not to mention a travesty
that's been attempted twice already - in 1971 and 1998, date fans - before being reversed due to public outcry JUST LIKE THIS.
I felt it was a travesty
we didn't get anything out of that game," said McLeish.