demythologise


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The writers selected, from the Peron Dictatorship to the present, 'capture and reflect the political and social conditions which they demythologise and reconstruct through a female vision' (p.
According to Bower, she also worked with Mark Bolland to "demythologise Diana by portraying her as a manipulative hysteric." But for the "Rebel Prince: The Power, Passion and Defiance of Prince Charles" author, Camilla's wisest action was "to keep her mouth shut."
She also worked with Mark Bolland to "demythologise Diana by portraying her as a manipulative hysteric," according to (http://www.ibtimes.com/how-prince-charles-camilla-plotted-win-their-battle-against-princess-diana-2664404) Tom Bower.
Meanwhile, she also worked with Mark Bolland to "demythologise Diana by portraying her as a manipulative hysteric."
On the documentary, Ewan said: "I hope it demythologises the kind of people you would perceive as using a food bank.
It also successfully demythologises the road and sees it as a human construct rather than the lucky confluence of nature and the work of planners.
It was fascinating to read the series of articles in the January T&CP discussing the GLA Report A City of Villages, not least for the comments of the planning officer for the suburb where I grew up (although it had another name then) that the research 'both endorses the issue and, in a way, debunks and demythologises it'.