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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishnarcissismnar‧cis‧sis‧m /ˈnɑːsɪsɪzəm $ ˈnɑːr-/ noun [uncountable]  SELFISHwhen someone is too concerned about their appearance or abilities or spends too much time admiring them – used to show disapproval He went to the gym every day, driven purely by narcissism.narcissist noun [countable]narcissistic /ˌnɑːsəˈsɪstɪk◂ $ ˌnɑːr-/ adjective
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narcissismBut no amount of bashful cuteness can disguise its humourless narcissism.Clearly it involves a mass narcissism which is supported by the social structures within which they work and play.It teaches wariness and points to the danger of narcissism.The kiss of the prince breaks the spell of narcissism and awakens a womanhood which up to then has remained undeveloped.Everything about the way Marx presented his ideas to the world conveyed his romantic narcissism.
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