Guide To Getting It On does not moralize
, nor does it proselytize.
In art, there's always an attempt to moralize
after the fact, to resolve and make it legible.
She refers several times to biting criticisms she received from persons who later felt free from a comfortable distance to criticize and even moralize
about her behavior during captivity.
Unlike Americans, the French did not moralize
Even stranger, Clark makes a cameo appearance in Bully as paterfamilias to a house of boys, taking the brief role as an opportunity to moralize
, something he never does in his photographs.
Her refusal to moralize
in Eichmann in Jerusalem conveyed stylistically as well as philosophically "the banality of evil," withholding the textual Valium of righteous indignation from the Jewess point of view.
I don't want to have to moralize
my pleasure in order for it to pass muster.
Clifford is not a novel that moralizes
or preaches; rather, its themes provoke the reader to draw conclusions for himself or herself about whether those on the margins of society are capable of finding inroads back into their graces--or whether they should even want to.
Glissenti fully moralizes
work by suggesting that each art has its proper and improper practice.