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self-infatuation

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  • The petulance and self-infatuation of that little book put me in mind of a naughty child; I'm unsure if Kung needs an excommunication or a spanking.

    2009 Lenten Read-A-Thon Day 11

  • It might seem petty for journalists to become energized only when they are pummeled, but that is an inseparable part of the 24-7 news cycle -- the media's self-infatuation.

    A fateful day in Egypt

  • The petulance and self-infatuation of that little book put me in mind of a naughty child; I'm unsure if Kung needs an excommunication or a spanking.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • The lingering beer and grass have soaked his blood in self-infatuation.

    GIRL BY THE ROAD AT NIGHT

  • The lingering beer and grass have soaked his blood in self-infatuation.

    GIRL BY THE ROAD AT NIGHT

  • The lingering beer and grass have soaked his blood in self-infatuation.

    GIRL BY THE ROAD AT NIGHT

  • But bloggers are too rarely regarded as writers – so-called mommy-bloggers especially – and too often accused of self-infatuation.

    Narcissus and Me | Her Bad Mother

  • Frankly, the Times also betrays an institutional self-infatuation that suits the paper very poorly for ... well, just about anyone with self-respect.

    Craig Stoltz: NY Times to Readers: Drop Dead

  • The outcome hangs largely on whether the two garrulous baby boomers who occupy the Oval Office and the speaker's chair can overcome their self-infatuation -- and, in effect, grow up.

    Missing The Moment

  • It's an aesthetic which is I think lurking at the heart of the current self-infatuation of Americanist culture, under the rhetoric of anti-intellectual, martial patriotism.

    Archive 2005-12-01

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