Orientalism was the equivalent of an academic beach book during in the summer of 1979—a “cult bible,” says Warner.
Brad Gooch on how the ghost of Edward Said's 'Orientalism' haunts the work.
The last section, “Orientalism,” is exquisite and gilded, with golden-hued floral wallpaper.
Fountains tinkle beneath gently moving palms; the savour of Orientalism clings to the spot.
He struck his hands together, a bit of Orientalism he had brought back with him.
Yet he had undoubtedly lost much, and the measure of his loss was proven in his estimate of the Orientalism of Jeypore.
Then he was ushered into the cabin, that was replete with Orientalism as well.
A form of Orientalism which frequently occurs in Magyar folk-poetry.
The capitals are of somewhat composite order, with a leaning to Orientalism.
As aiding very greatly in the popular introduction of Orientalism, Apollonius of Tyana must be mentioned.