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Nabokov was well aware of the absurdity of the public image of the lepidopterist wielding a butterfly net, but nobody has succeeded like him in evoking the ethereal magic of moths and butterflies.
For his part, Berger believed that Albright was at times more interested in managing her public image than worrying about the substance of policya concern Clinton apparently shared.
Bin Laden carefully tends his public image as “the Sheikh,” a heroic warrior-monk who is not only fearless on the battlefield but can also recite the entire Koran from memory and writes his own poetry.
What sort of public image will I present, fleeing down Park Lane in a gent’s mac and a fur rug, both the property of my pursuer?”
These days, apparently, even preachers had a public image to up-hold — an image that probably wouldn’t need the world to know that the good preacher himself had worked through his own