The Servant is a savage indictment of the English class system, and its waning hold over all aspects of the working and cultural life of Britain.
He explained some things about the human mind, and how mankind began originally as savage hunters, fighting for their food and anything that got in their way.
It is a savage attack on the archetypical French liberal bourgeois.
Playwright Edward Bond supplied sinewy dialogue, but nothing could compete with Roeg's startling images of fierce orange suns, lizards and insects, and savage terrain.
His influence on both reports was very great and he was appointed secretary to the Poor Law Commission in 1834, a post which brought him savage criticism.
They say that music soothes the savage beast, but it can also make the sick feel better.
Bridget bought me a very complicated-looking pair of hiking boots, for all the savage terrain I am likely to encounter.
Writers from La Bruyère to Zola may have likened peasants to savage beasts, but in fact, even within the social structure of the old regime, it was possible for rural productivity to rise significantly.
I lived in northern, wild, savage England, just on the cusp of being Scotland.
It is a savage indictment of American political consciousness from one of the most underrated of British film-makers.