But unlike Bloom and Eagleton, his books have been, while erudite and incisive, unashamedly populist.
At what point does women being crass, loud, manish… unashamedly common and pathetically hungover [become] remotely humorous?
In this crowd, only Andy Warhol sank to the level of being totally, unashamedly star-struck.
A minority of the body gets to block the potential will of a majority, and on a purely and unashamedly partisan basis.
Since 9/11, American and British leaders have unashamedly embraced their surveillance powers.
I spied a slip of paper on the floor by Solange's foot and unashamedly read it.
For he was afraid, unashamedly afraid, though of what he could no more have said than he could fly.
She took out a folded handkerchief and pressed it unashamedly to her eyes.
He unashamedly dropped into the chair behind the reading-desk and wept aloud.
She is a devoted mother, and she wept frankly and unashamedly as she told me the sad details.