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“Espen Eichhoefer for The Wall Street Journal The show 's generally positive public reception marks the latest stage in an increasingly frank process of national self-scrutiny.”
“The show 's generally positive public reception marks the latest stage in an increasingly frank process of national self-scrutiny.”
“In a scene that's just a shade too pat, too cinematic, too carefully bookended with the adolescent-mirror moment, Dubus realizes that the secret of writing honestly is to quit studying himself and start inhabiting his characters: "Negative self-scrutiny was just another form of insincerity; I had to disappear altogether.”
“The loss of confidence has resulted in some Hong Kong-listed companies voluntarily undergoing self-scrutiny and some investors taking due-diligence matters into their own hands, said Mr. Dickens.”
“Munch's belief in self-scrutiny was reinforced when he saw a memorial exhibition of paintings by Vincent van Gogh in Paris in 1891.”
“Writing an autobiographical account of middle age is a brave undertaking, necessitating a great deal of self-scrutiny at a time of life when most of us would sooner look the other way and hope for the best.”
“As health-care costs continue to soar, reaching $2.5 trillion in the U.S. in 2009, medical societies are becoming more open to self-scrutiny for fear that the federal government and private health insurers will make medical decisions for them.”
“He insisted a culture of self-scrutiny had existed for many years.”
“It requires radical self-knowledge and self-perception and self-scrutiny and involves simultaneously acting and reacting to the feedback your audience provides.”
“Her prickly self-scrutiny is as many-sided and full of conflict as the country she both defends and criticizes.”
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