But nor could one entirely imagining the world today from the vantage point of 1945.
There are escape routes from this vantage point: Deeper down the dark alley.
From my Freudian vantage point, the article seems to give us a unique portrait of the libertarian as a young man.
“I was a bought person,” she says, speaking from the vantage point of age, now happily re-married and living outside California.
A ride in a ski lift crafted to look like a flying hot-air balloon even brought visitors to the vantage point of a flying monkey.
His point of vantage was in the approximate center of an island of sand and shingle, a mile long, perhaps, by half a mile wide.
From hidden points of vantage the family watched the performance.
Tresler had come over by himself, leaving Jake to watch the proceedings from the vantage ground of the rise toward the house.
They were eager to secure their points of vantage from which to view that morning's spectacle.
Meanwhile Clara stood at a point of vantage, watching developments.