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ba·thos (b th s , -thôs ). n. 1.

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Bathos: Some Canadian Examples
exploit the comic possibilities of bathos to great effect. The rhetorical procedures may well have been, so skilled are they in their use of bathos.
time and results in s surprising bathos: for here he discovers a negative bathos: inverse exponentiality.
1 Luke White, “Damien Hirst, Colley Cibber and the Bathos of the
1. Luke White, “Damien Hirst, Colley Cibber and the Bathos of the. Commercialised Sublime,” a paper given at the conference “Taste, Vision,.
Peri Bathous
That the bathos, or profound, is the natural taste of man and, in particular, of the present age.
6th Annual Siouxland Renaissance Festival
Dragon Stage (Bridlewood Barn). Pub Stage & Tent (High Street South). 10:30.

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Jason and Medea Together Again
Crystal Manich's lively staging meshes pathos and bathos with quirky touches alluding to Poisson Rouge's Greenwich Village neighborhood, and illuminates the link between Cavalli's satire and the commedia dell'arte tradition.
Is Days of Heaven the most beautiful film ever made?
It is the very American feeling of wanting to find the lonely panoramas, and that is one of the things that lets both A New World and The Tree of Life hover between poetry and bathos. Days of Heaven was widely acclaimed.
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In my youth, you could pick your poison with religiously themed movies: either the bathos of the widescreen "Godorama" Hollywood epics, or the pious soap opera of the "serious" dramas, such as Elmer Gantry (1960).
The remains of that day
But there have been annihilations so total, such as the Nazi genocide of European Jews, that any sort of figuration has invited bathos.

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Bathos - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bathos is an abrupt, unintended transition in style from the exalted to the commonplace, producing a ludicrous effect.
bathos - definition of bathos by the Free Online Dictionary
ba·thos (b th s , -thôs ). n. 1.
Bathos - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster
Definition of BATHOS. 1. a : the sudden appearance of the commonplace in otherwise elevated matter or style b : anticlimax.
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Bathos. It's a hullaballoo match made in heaven! (Well, actually, it's made by Paul in the Bathos "Kitchen"!

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