OTHER WORDS FROM OrientalismO·ri·en·tal·ist, nounan·ti-O·ri·en·tal·ism, nounan·ti-O·ri·en·tal·ist, noun, adjective
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The last section, “Orientalism,” is exquisite and gilded, with golden-hued floral wallpaper.
To the study of Edward Said, her father, whose book Orientalism remains the treatise for Western misconceptions about the East.
Brad Gooch on how the ghost of Edward Said's 'Orientalism' haunts the work.
Orientalism was the equivalent of an academic beach book during in the summer of 1979—a “cult bible,” says Warner.
Suffused with the Slavonic spirit and its tincture of Orientalism, the importation assumed a character of its own.Frederick Chopin as a Man and Musician|Frederick Niecks
The savagery as well as the orientalism of the Russians comes out in a curious way in their ecclesiastical architecture.Memoirs of an American Prima Donna|Clara Louise Kellogg
One would think that the way to obtain patronage of a person would be to praise him, but this would be considered an orientalism.As A Chinaman Saw Us|Anonymous
As a philosopher he is to be classed among the Platonists, yet with a predominance of the prevailing Orientalism.
In all these views of Plotinus the tincture of Orientalism predominates; the principles and practices are altogether Indian.