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  • noun Conversion into a myth.

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  • In the sequel, we will explore the second step of the mythification process -- the appropriation made possible once history is erased -- as it reaches its terminal point in the above-named multi-media.

    Omer Rosen: Footnoting David Foster Wallace: Part 1

  • In the sequel, we will explore the second step of the mythification process -- the appropriation made possible once history is erased -- as it reaches its terminal point in the above-named multi-media.

    Omer Rosen: Footnoting David Foster Wallace: Part 1

  • This is the first step in the mythification process, and in this article we aim to restore some sense of history -- of purpose -- to what it means to be 'David Foster Wallace' by discussing Newton's piece, a piece that not only takes advantage of history evacuation but actively advances it.

    Omer Rosen: Footnoting David Foster Wallace: Part 1

  • This is the first step in the mythification process, and in this article we aim to restore some sense of history -- of purpose -- to what it means to be 'David Foster Wallace' by discussing Newton's piece, a piece that not only takes advantage of history evacuation but actively advances it.

    Omer Rosen: Footnoting David Foster Wallace: Part 1

  • So, the means they use to win, disinformation, mystification, mythification, reification, leave the public unable to understand how different policy positions will affect their personal lives.

    Wingnuts Have New Theory On Who's Behind Foleygate: The Clintons

  • He claims to be somewhat younger, but Franco revels in self-mythification and knows full well that most of his claims are preposterous.

    Sus obsesiones son mis obsesiones

  • On a more pretentious level, you could say that this song along with Ricky Nelson's earlier "Teenage Idol" -- a hit that Ricky personally hated to sing marked the beginning of rock's self-mythification.

    I'm Telling You Now

  • On a more pretentious level, you could say that this song along with Ricky Nelson's earlier "Teenage Idol" -- a hit that Ricky personally hated to sing marked the beginning of rock's self-mythification.

    Archive 2006-05-21

  • He claims to be somewhat younger, but Franco revels in self-mythification and knows full well that most of his claims are preposterous.

    Archive 2006-05-07

  • Extra info: Food, Telephones, Party Hire, Parking, Air Conditioning, Pub The final hours of creative artists are a potent source of mythification and the last day of Richard Wagner's life is no exception.

    Evening Standard - Home

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