alienation

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  • All the same, the practice of alienation of rights to the land had been going on in England for some centuries.
  • In this new society the self-alienation would end, and humans would be free to act without being bound by the labour market.
  • The overall tone of the book is very much one of disappointment and alienation.
  • Much of his work features themes of American alienation and lives-in-transit.
  • This was a major source of Western alienation at the time.
  • He wrote novels under the influence of existentialism, about the alienation of modern man.
  • Through tradition we can preserve our sense of identity and counteract social alienation.
  • When he is fully integrated in the social group and can no longer distinguish between himself and society than he has reached total alienation.
  • Each of these stories is about social alienation.
  • Other reasons for western alienation are more plainly regional in nature.
  • These stories usually focus on the alienation that these beings feel as well as society's reaction to them.
  • Her work often centers on the nineteenth century, the lives of women, and alienation.
  • They suffer social alienation in the host and home countries.
  • It was impossible to draw an ideal line and the result was a general alienation of the press.
  • This disappointment leads to his alienation from his family and ultimately his suicide attempt.
  • Her attitude during the trial resulted in alienation of many of her fans and decline of her popularity.
  • This idea of alienation can be observed in some other contexts, although the term may not be as frequently used.
  • They feel social alienation even though their isolation is self-imposed.
  • Individual self-consciousness is also born at this moment, in the recognition of alienation from the sacred center.
  • One young boy, left alone on the stage, sings about profound alienation.
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Words starting with alienation

Meaning of alienation

  • noun The feeling of being alienated from other people
  • noun Separation resulting from hostility
  • noun (law) the voluntary and absolute transfer of title and possession of real property from one person to another
    the power of alienation is an essential ingredient of ownership
  • noun The action of alienating; the action of causing to become unfriendly
    his behavior alienated the other students