Smith Rouselle compares and contrasts the Spanish context with trends from other European countries, and sets out to make "a novel set of psycho-sociohistorically related connections and interpretations about the phenomenon of gendered disillusion
in particular texts" (14).
In this hermetic, process-dominated environment, Henry Burton's disillusion
becomes just one more prepackaged sentiment.
It ends invariably in bitter disillusion
He can't fathom who he is and his present is wracked by drugs, disillusion
and every form of abuse.
Consequently, for potential congregations, disillusion
creeps in and they ask what has this parade of do-gooding, laced with fairy stores (which is how many consider religion) to do with the real world.
At my darkest I think I am sparing her, because she is too lovely to disillusion
with the irredeemable sadness of my air-tight conclusions.
politics today: a lack of strong leadership, a pervasive public disillusion
with politics, mushrooming public debt, a revival of populism.
We see Hal at two points in his life - as an eager doctoral student and as a young professor enduring the first glimmers of disillusion
- and the nuances in his performance are minute and organic, but they're there.