It's brilliant." - From Editor, "Second Alibi: The Banality
Without a cry of disbelief and agony, a cry of shuddering pain and outrage too loud and too wild and too multidirectional to be captured in a chart and displayed the next day by the Guardian, the BBC, the New York Times, Le Monde, or Al-Jazeera, banality
is all we are left with.
...' formed part of a month-long New York residency by the artist which is now drawing to a close.
A central theme of The Order of the Phoenix, then, is what Hannah Arendt called "the banality
of evil." The bureaucrats are doing good by their own lights, following orders.
Fighting to preserve their banality
, they slammed against each other in attempts to safeguard their individuality and isolation.
Consulting ten different textbooks, he found "sloppy definitions, specious moral equivalencies, the uncritical perpetuation of myths about terrorism, descriptive unanalytical filler, superficiality, and banality
." Each of these labels is discussed.
Garth Crooks's convoluted questioning has already become legend, but the athletics coverage from Manchester set world records for banality
and conflict of interest, with Sally Gunnell in the gold medal position.
and RI:SE - more like a series of WHYS, the biggest one being why did C4 axe one of TV's most established brands Big Breakfast for this banality
Several volumes of his entertaining obituaries of colourful characters such as exotic peers, heroic military men, and eccentric rogues have been issued as books to relieve the banality
of Blairite Britain.
What makes Gold a fetching project for narrative reconstructing is his very banality
. Dillon creates an absorbing inner life of this (un)remarkable fellow.
Bergen: The Banality
of Evil: Hannah Arendt and "The Final Solution." (Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield Publishers, Inc., 1998.
Produced by the late painter Roy Lichtenstein and his wife, Jazz-a-Ma-Tazz takes children's songs such as "Skip to My Lou" and puts them in jazz settings in a manner that kids should be able to enjoy but which is not completely "dumbed down" to the point of banality
. Highly recommended to jazz fans with young kids!