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His role in The Mosquito Coast, an action-packed adaptation of his uncle Paul Theroux’s popular 1981 novel that debuts on April 30, puts a less sympathetic spin on the archetype.
It’s the archetype for a classic Taylor Swift break-up song.
The cohort of Gen X-ers, ages 19-25, who moved into MTV’s cavernous, industrial-chic Soho loft in the winter of ’92 unwittingly set archetypes that still persist in reality television.
Similarly, the One is the higher archetype of the intellectual power which moves around Him, being His image.
And nevertheless, by their unity all these things imitate the same archetype, some from far, some from near.
Archetype, rk′e-tīp, n. the original pattern or model, a prototype.
Greek culture must be distinguished as the archetype; and it must be shown how all culture rests upon shaky conceptions.
Remember that whatever paternal wisdom or maternal tenderness we have ever known here, has its source and archetype on high.
THE HEARTH-STONESAMUEL OSGOOD
The idea of infinity is to us an idea without model, without archetype, without object.
GOOD SENSEPAUL HENRI THIRY, BARON D'HOLBACH
The ideal or archetype of creation is evidently as necessary, as eternal, as unchangeable, as God himself.

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