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This opens up the whole question of realism versus conventionalism in art—a subject much too large to be treated here.
The old conventionalism has now altogether disappeared; there is an attempt to paint nature as she really is.
The rules of conventionalism have reared an adamantine partition wall between the two.
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In the chapter on Industrial Exemption and Conservatism we are introduced to the reason of conventionalism and of its power.
His dislike of the effete conventionalism of the literary creed blended with his aversion to the political rule of the time.
Almost all field-workers are "weather wise," and their conversation on this head has no town conventionalism about it.
We have had enough of mere imported conventionalism in manners.
There was a time, it is said, when English and American literature seemed to be expiring of conventionalism.
The bonds of conventionalism were silently dissolving in the rising glow of his poetic nature.
It is often conventionalism, implying as little devotion in the person represented, as regular attendance at church does with us.

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