1848), for instance, looks out broodingly
at the reader, her sullen eyes and frowning mouth completing the "darkening" of the heroine's character that begins with her long hair and gown (see figure 4).
After Lestingois has stepped in to protect Anne-Marie from Boudu's lusty horseplay and sent him off to the barbers, he returns to the front room piano and broodingly
picks out the melody of "Les Fleurs du Jardin".
Oswald is broodingly
self-aware and at the centre of his own drama of changing response.
Un Beau Tenebreux's plot consists of a group's fascination with Allan, a broodingly
handsome man who toys with the idea of suicide, and who later signs a suicide pact with Dolores, the novel's femme fatale.
Eminem is a media magnet whose broodingly
bleak beginnings include being born just outside of Kansas City, Mo., growing up there and in a mostly black Detroit neighborhood in a poor, single-parent home.
And since the material is focalized through a single consciousness, a jealous husband, we are clearly meant to understand that there is a specific situation: he watches broodingly
, obsessively, unsure how to proceed, perhaps unable to, as his wife and their neighbor Franck seemingly conduct a love affair.
sexual in a way that is most often associated with the warrior's violent lifestyle, Fishburne's Othello is most evocative of a cultural figuration of the American black male in the 1990s.
But what Zomosa did have was an intensely male stage presence; he was tall and muscular with a craggy face that was broodingly
, distinctively handsome.
There also have been less resolute and more broodingly
meditative facets of Starzl that we discerned-intimations of his inner closeness to questions about the human condition, conveyed through some of the beautifully crafted, evocative phrases in even his most technical writing, and what seemed to us to be a shy, awkward, rather haunted spiritual self that he kept hidden from public view.
The poet Longfellow that commanded most public attention in his time--and the one who tends to live in public memory in ours--is not the most resonant, not the Longfellow of "Nature" or of the broodingly
beautiful "The Jewish Cemetery at Newport" (1858), say, or of the unromanticized, dignified Civil War poem "Killed at the Ford" (1867).
Drakemight be broodingly
quiet since Pusha-T shared a picture of him appearing to be wearing 'blackface' makeup.
Undaunted, they persisted with "Devil You Know", a broodingly
, dark intimate drama starring Lena Olin, Rosamund Pike and Jennifer Lawrence (2013).
dark film tells the real-life story of family man and stone cold contract killer Richard Kuklinski, impressively played by Shannon.
From the broodingly
anguished first movement (so like Shostakovich) and blisteringly exciting, demonic Dies irae scherzo, to a finale in which all tensions were released in its consolatory fulfilment, this was a fully formed and terrifically well executed reading.
Jean Rochefort exudes a quiet dignity as the bookish Manesquier, but it's Gallic pop star Johnny Halliday as the bad boy whose lifestyle he secretly covets who broodingly
steals the show.