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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of mythologise.
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While The Help's characters push against the era in which they live, elsewhere the film openly mythologises it.
While the film's characters push against the period, elsewhere the film openly mythologises it - not least of all in cinematographer Stephen Goldblatt's adoring shots of the fashions, foods and physiques of the era.
I am unlikely to be the first to point to many of them, and I will not be the last, but I believe that, taken together, they amount to a constructive set of ideas about how to convert Scotland's culture from one which mythologises public services at the expense of enterprise, to one which puts Scotland back on the road to prosperity.
Moscow and St Petersburg, she evokes and mythologises a genteel dacha lifestyle that has the feeling of a bygone age.
Media mythologises the villains. read by Malcolm Grieves.