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The "Blue Blood" Cruise

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Barthes, R. (2012). The "Blue Blood" Cruise. In Barthes, R. Mythologies: The Complete Edition, in a New Translation. , pp. 26-28

(noun) any of a Tibetan breed of small dogs that have a dense coat of long hard straight hair, a heavy fall over the eyes, heavy whiskers and beard, and a well-feathered tail curled over the back

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securing their rarity like that of Lhasa apsos on Earth

—p.27 by Roland Barthes
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securing their rarity like that of Lhasa apsos on Earth

—p.27 by Roland Barthes
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(verb) to reduce to lay status / (verb) to put under the direction of or open to the laity

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this mythic character of our kings is nowaday laicized

—p.27 by Roland Barthes
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this mythic character of our kings is nowaday laicized

—p.27 by Roland Barthes
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(noun) the usually ironic or humorous use of words in senses opposite to the generally accepted meanings (as in “this giant of 3 feet 4 inches”)

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All such things inform us, by antiphrasis, about a certain ideal nature of everyday life

on the wondrous way in which the press recounts the quotidian behaviour of the royals on the cruise

—p.27 by Roland Barthes
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2 years, 3 months ago

All such things inform us, by antiphrasis, about a certain ideal nature of everyday life

on the wondrous way in which the press recounts the quotidian behaviour of the royals on the cruise

—p.27 by Roland Barthes
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2 years, 3 months ago