Henry's plaintive passage boasting of being a Jesse Helms - hating "registered Democrat" and a card-carrying member of the ACLU brings to mind
Phil Ochs's parodic tune, "Love Me I'm a Liberal." Lasch's 1978 book, The Culture of Narcissism, was rumored to be Jimmy Carter's favorite book and the inspiration for his notorious "malaise" speech.
This brings to mind
an incident involving my mother, who, arrested many years ago for blocking the doors to an abortion "clinic," was hanging out in a holding cell with a bunch of other scofflaws.
This brings to mind
a Bible scripture (Isaiah 10:13-14).
The result brings to mind
support structures for vaulted arches (for instance Gaudi's Sagrada Familia).
The writing style brings to mind
a lot of high school textbooks, but at least it doesn't overreach and muddy what is already a complex subject.
Their presence brings to mind
Lauren Bacall's admonition to "enter with a point of view."
Honore in Paris, among other famous streets, immediately bring to mind high-end retail, Madison Avenue brings to mind
designer clothiers and expensive accessories.
George Washington's name brings to mind
many images: statesman, soldier, military leader, and "Father of our country." One image that usually does not come to mind is that of a farmer.
The beauteous title track verges on epic, while a stunning cover of Kid Montana's "Anywhere (Like the Moon)" brings to mind
the 4AD label's otherworldly roster (particularly This Mortal Coil).
The nude male figure alludes to the features of Christ--head bowed, long beard and hair, sunken eyes--and brings to mind
the deposition from the cross.
Turow's self-assured, even-toned voice brings to mind
a lawyer addressing a courtroom or a law school professor delivering a lecture to his class.
As it unfolds, Vulnerable brings to mind
If the word "trade show" brings to mind
the costly Javits Convention Center-type of expo, rest easy.
It also brings to mind
the case of John McCusker Jr., a gay businessman and community activist in San Diego who recently died of a heart attack while skiing.
Finally, in La visione di una stella proiettata verso la sua origine (Vision of a Star Cast Toward Its Origins), 2004, a tapered bronze telescope-like form, six and a half feet long, rests on the floor; inside it, a round section of white aluminum brings to mind
the luminescence of a distant star, while the energy-charged halo that fills the circular space between the aluminum and the "telescope" is made of chocolate.