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Definition of Disillusionment

Disillusionment
Disillusionment Dis`il*lu"sion*ment, n. The act of freeing from an illusion, or the state of being freed therefrom.

Meaning of Disillusionment from wikipedia

- My Disillusionment in Russia is a book by Emma Goldman, published in 1923 by Doubleday, Page & Co. The book was based on a much longer m****cript entitled...
- We Hear of Love, of Youth, and of Disillusionment is a Daytrotter session recorded at the first Moogfest in Asheville, North Carolina. It contains a cover...
- My Further Disillusionment in Russia is a 1924 non-fiction book by Emma Goldman, her continuation of My Disillusionment in Russia, the original publication...
- "Disillusionment of Ten O'Clock" is a poem from Wallace Stevens's first book of poetry, Harmonium. First published in 1915, it is in the public domain...
- cautionary tale. One such example gives the phases as: Enthusiasm, Disillusionment, Panic and hysteria, Hunt for the guilty, Punishment of the innocent...
- after the outbreak of World War I. The essays express discontent and disillusionment with human nature and human society in the aftermath of the hostilities;...
- analysis that would justify the cycle. With the (subjective) terms disillusionment, enlightenment and expectations it can not be described objectively...
- writers and journalists. The common theme of the essays is the authors' disillusionment with and abandonment of communism. The book jacket for the 2001 edition...
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- various bereavements and, ultimately, it depicts his disillusionment and his death. This disillusionment is part and parcel of the work's naturalism—focusing...