Rebelliousness


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Rebelliousness

Recognition (See IDENTIFICATION.)
Caulfield, Holden
schoolboy at odds with a “phoney” society. [Am. Lit.: The Catcher in the Rye]
Dedalus, Stephen “heretical”
youth rebels against Irish politics and religion. [Irish Lit.: Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man]
Finn, Huckleberry
unconventional and resourceful runaway boy. [Am. Lit.: Huckleberry Finn]
Maheu, Vincent
peaceful coalminer forced into striking for justice. [Fr. Lit.: Germinal]
Satan (Lucifer)
the Devil; cast from heaven for rebelling against God. [O.T.: Isaiah 14:12; N.T.: Revelation 12:7–9; Br. Lit.: Paradise Lost]
Scales, Sophia Baines
announcing her desire to be a teacher causes shock (1864). [Br. Lit.: The Old Wives’ Tale, Magill I, 684–686]
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Much more to the point is the question of if and how youthful rebelliousness comes into conflict with the adult world.
This 1986 textbook on child psychology within educational institutions, now in its first paperback reprint, includes essays that illustrate the "pathology, alienation and rebelliousness" that are common among adolescents in public school.
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Rebelliousness: Individuals with high scores respect the law and accept society as it is.
He's long dead now, but I've felt it ever since I got over my teen rebelliousness and realised how much I had to thank him for.
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Indeed, their very rebelliousness makes these fictional antiheroes so appealing.
Thompson's "Gonzo" show at M+B are anchored either in natural beauty or in the rebelliousness and violence of vivid action.
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Well, it seems an apology is due to Mr David, as one eagle-eyed reader has been trawling the Commons voting records and found an example of a startling act of rebelliousness.
Ivan Sandomire neatly balances vulnerability and rebelliousness, innocence and intelligence, as Mendy, a devoutly religious young man who's nevertheless drawn to the wild life long ago embraced by Yankel (Spencer Chandler), a childhood friend now known as Yankie.
There was a long history of Caribbean rebelliousness dating back to the Maroons, runaway slaves who established their own communities.