There is always a certain glamour about the idea of a nation rising up to crush an evil simply because it is wrong. Unfortunately, this can seldom be realized in real life; for the very existence of the evil usually argues a moral weakness in the very place where extraordinary moral strength is called for.
Back in the early Sixties, when I first started out, insolvency spelt Glamour.(Robert) Ian Hamilton
Where is our acknowledgement of God if our thoughts are fixed on the Glamour of our garments?john calvin
The world is always full of brilliant youth which fades into grey and embittered middle age: the first flowering takes everything. The great men are those who have developed slowly, or who have been able to survive the Glamour of their early florescence and to go on learning from life.willa cather
"Greig, currently hot in the TV comedy Green Wing, has a dark, brittle Glamour that isn't quite beauty (there's a disconcerting touch of Edwina Currie about her) and suggests an incipient unhappiness lurking beneath the ready wit."tamsin greig
Short on Glamour and long on tragedy.
Yes, I'm a homosexual and I like to shock people with Glamour.rufus wainwright
Capitalism, gaudy and greedy, has been inherent in western aesthetics from ancient Egypt on. It is the mysticism and Glamour of things , which take on a personality of their own. As an economic system, it is in the Darwinian line of Sade, not Rousseau.camille paglia
The smouldering eroticism of great European actresses like Jeanne Moreau demonstrated to my generations women's archetypal mystery and Glamour, completely missing from the totalitarian world-view of the misogynist Foucault. For me, the big French D is not Derrida, but Deneuve.camille paglia
Sometimes I dream of revolution, a bloody coup d'etat by the second rank troupes of actors slaughtered by their understudies, magicians sawn in half by indefatigably smiling Glamour girls, cricket teams wiped out by marauding bands of twelfth men.tom stoppard
Now, with the Glamour of the past upon them we are inclined to look back on old world festivities with regret and consider present day dances as a poor substitute for the old. From an artistic point of view, they maybe, but in individual freedom and independence of spirit they mark a stage upward.flora thompson
Glamour is what makes a man ask for your telephone number. But it also is what makes a woman ask for the name of your dressmaker.