Cleopatra's lament over Antony's dead body is a piece of Shakespeare's self-revealing made lyrical by beauty of word and image.
The outcome of that objective vision was Hamlet—a masterpiece of self-revealing.
This is the most soberly, self-revealing letter written by Eugene Field that has come within my ken.
“Glory” is the splendour and light of the self-revealing God.
He, too, promenaded his incertitudes, to use a self-revealing phrase of Chopin's.
But the topmost height of self-revealing is reached in the scene with his wife which immediately follows this.
This self-revealing of God is the highest Revelation; all others are subsidiary and partial.
For all the deepest things in man, inarticulate utterance is the most self-revealing.
With a courtesy and shrewdness of which she was quite aware, he led her willingly into a self-revealing conversation.
The self-revealing touch came to him in a curious way only a few days before their wedding day.