I know it's a hospital but the title of tonight's episode - The Battle Of Who Could Care Less - sums up our enthralment
15) The supernaturalism that marks these poems permeates Watts-Dunton's novel, as do other Coleridgean devices such as curses and states of enthralment
that demand that individuals compulsively act out or repeat specific behavioural scripts.
Self-gratification and enthralment
to the trivial increasingly characterize society.
It is active and `soliciting'; it produces and incites claims/counter claims, discourses/counter discourse; enthralment, anxiety and irritation.
It may for example take the form of resentment, enthralment or, uncannily, both.
This bespeaks a certain enthralment
with materialism, which is exactly what caused the demise of Rome, to say nothing of 21 other great civilisations.
As I read the text, two factors may explain this--the nature of the 1940 Statement itself and much more significantly, since seven of the nine essays were written in whole or in part by academic lawyers, a general enthralment
with American First Amendment jurisprudence definitions of academic freedom and tenure.
Lucy Worsley certainly understands the enthralment
with British history and, in this new series, explores how the physical and mental health of our past monarchs has shaped the history of the nation.
Concomitant to this linguistic breakdown and social withdrawal Portia's enthralment
to Gabriel's voice has become manifestly greater.
It attests to her precocious enthralment
with the glamorous and glittery face of consumption.
His sense of enthralment
was infectious and gave me the chance to see the world through new eyes.
Expecting anything to outdo this for drama was a big ask (maybe Ieuan's right after all, so we'll give this a go), but along came the San Siro derby between the Milans, AC and Inter: 90 minutes of undiluted enthralment