10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «CANOPHILIA»
Discover the use of canophilia
in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to canophilia
and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
Lesbian Studies: Setting an Agenda
In a culture where (to borrow an amusing analogy from Weinrich) petuality was
as potent a social binary as sexuality is for us, we would be looking for a genetic
predisposition to felophilia (cat-loving) or canophilia (dog-loving) (Weinrich ...
Tijuana Dreaming: Life and Art at the Global Border
... Jorge, 283 Cabrera Infante, Guillermo, 39 Calderón, Felipe, 362 Calle
Revolución (1964), 36 Canophilia, 34 Cansino, Margarita (Rita Hayworth), 32, 55
Cárdenas, Lázaro, 195 Cárdenas Osuna,Raúl, 233 Carmelia la Tejana, 43–44
Josh Kun, Fiamma Montezemolo, 2012
Cupid's Secret: How To Write Irresistible Personal Ads: ...
Sesquipedalian pedagogue seeks polysyllabic etymologist First off, you should
know I am afflicted with both ailurophilia and canophilia and I'd like to find
someone sharing a similar condition. I am an ardent cruciverbalist and would
hope you ...
Caliban and the Yankees: Trinidad and the United States ...
Pointing to other examples of apparent imperial disloyalty and Ameri- canophilia,
he cited the post office, “where locals get money from relations in United States
and sing praises of the almighty [American] dollar.” The same was true, Williams
Cynophobia—fear of dogs, or canophilia 43. Ombrophobia—fear of rain 44.
Linonophobia—fear of string 45. Triskaidekaphobia—fear of the number 13 46.
Homophobia—fear of gays' and lesbians' lifestyle 47. Straightophobia—fear of
Race in Translation: Culture Wars around the Postcolonial ...
... mingles snobbism, Amerie canophilia, and Hexagonal masochism; the desire
to resuscitate the figure of the Sartrean engaged intellectual; the migratory
conformism of French academics paying homage to their Anglophone host
Robert Stam, Ella Shohat, 2012
Fashion Theory: Volume 8, Issue 1: The Journal of Dress, ...
"Ameri- canophilia" in those countries was linked to anti-Soviet and anti-Russian
sentiments, and therefore had somewhat stronger roots than it had in Russia. All
the Kremlin could see was that the former Soviet republics had drifted away from
The Beast in the Boudoir: Petkeeping in Nineteenth-century Paris
Most French dog shows were held in the capital — beginning in 1865, on the
Cours-la-Reine, Champs-Elysees — and favored society canophilia, unlike in
Britain, where, though high society was also involved in dog showing, the many
Chaucer's Afterlife: Adaptations in Recent Popular Culture
... addition to her canophilia (her lapdog is, somewhat oddly, eventually trampled
by the Squire's horse), is to play the prude. The Wife of Bath embodies a
predictable licentious sensibility; Alison is given, for instance, the Host's lines
The Paris Jigsaw: Internationalism and the City's Stages
... the Festival Muses.4 Time and again, as if cosmopolitanism boiled down to
Ameri- canophilia, the Festival d'Automne has been accused of being too
American-oriented, but Michel Guy's personal preferences should not override
the fact that ...
David Bradby, Maria M. Delgado, 2002