self-mythology love

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  • Where is that line between authentic autobiography and creative self-mythology?

    Ok, I'll bite. Where is that line between authentic autobiography and creative self-mythology?

  • But that's exactly what their self-mythology—rooting out the truth, consequences be damned!

    Newspaper Daze

  • There's no denying that he loved the notion that anybody could now be a journalist and that you didn't need the erstwhile kingmakers in the editorial adminisphere to tell you what was and wasn't news anymore; considering his background and his own self-mythology, this makes perfect sense.

    Chez Pazienza: I, Sanchez

  • That it has resulted in this round, full-bellied album is just a beautiful product of self-mythology.

    Album review: Rick Ross, "Teflon Don"

  • Critics of McCain dismiss these works as an exercise in self-mythology and career advancement; they see in them certain ideals — about rabble-rousing and honor, for example — that they say McCain the candidate has abandoned.

    The Books of John

  • In response to the piece, which brought the entire miasma front and center for both fans and critics of Jezebel. com and its Gawker Media mothership, Sarah Hepola fired off a column of her own in Salon. com, lambasting the girls for their lack of maturity and rightly recognizing that, as with far too many of the Gawker kids lately, neither thinks beyond her own self-mythology and potential stardom.

    Chez Pazienza: Droll Models: Is Being Drunk and "Slutty" Empowering?

  • Fort Apache is deeply rooted in America's self-mythology of its past, and Ford is able to explore this mythology with subtlety, pathos, and the kind of insight that can only be born of a genuine love for the subject at hand.

    Archive 2008-01-01

  • Was Parker once again lighting out for the territory of misguided, self-indulgent self-mythology cf.

    Archive 2008-12-01

  • Dylan, after all, was practiced at weaving a tapestry of half-truths and outright lies to burnish his self-mythology.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • Stories of self-mythology, self-aggrandisement, and an awful lot of completely avoidable self-injury.

    Somewhere on the masthead

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