The dangers of an archetypal theology are even evident in Jung, who was initially fascinated with Hitler's capacity to stir up the old Nordic gods (he soon recognizes the demon incarnate in Hitler, but not before besmirching
his own name).
Nominally "color-blind" casting, she demonstrates through precise analysis and provocative illustrations, continues to restrict black men and white women to "misogynist Figurations of a woman's sexual besmirching
or 'blackening', with all the voyeuristic (and potentially racist) titillation such a spectacle provides" (178).
Hood, MP for Clydesdale, accused fellow Labour MPs of "besmirching
her good name and integrity" as the pressure mounted on Boothroyd to delay leaving to allow MPs time to select a successor.
The scale of the split emerged last night as a Boothroyd supporter accused some of her critics of 'besmirching
her good name and integrity'.
And indeed, Bloom ultimately seems less interested in boosting Shakespeare's reputation (which hardly needs the lift) than in besmirching
the current lit-crit scene.
Albee Benitez and Celso Lobregat, who fell off a wooden bridge in a housing project in Zamboanga City, could be interpreted as besmirching
Cooke's defence counsel, QC Richard Weir, declared that "nothing should be said that affects or is capable of besmirching
his reputation that has now been cleared".