The Independent permitted her to express ideas on Italian politics apt to be more censoriously
treated in the British press, as well as to reach an American readership whose approach to Italian liberation was intertwined with its anti-slavery sympathies.
If one might apply the term "the politics o fcultural despair" less censoriously
than the way it was intended by its German emigre inventor, Hofmannsthal, and to a lesser extent Rohan and Keyserling, exemplified that stance.
it was just wild", with Huck projecting as pointedly and censoriously
as nowhere else in the book his distaste at "the shines that old idiot cut" (196).
His brother, Harold, somewhat censoriously
continued the task and it was hugely revived by Benjamin Britten using some poems in his War Requiem in 1962.
His public reputation took a hit when he censoriously
warned that people like TV talk show host Bill Maher "need to watch what they say.
headed 'Ireland Politicized'.