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a narrative of experiences undergone by the writer

critical explanation or analysis

Synonyms for commentary

a written explanation or criticism or illustration that is added to a book or other textual material

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As is well known, Avenues wrote three kinds of commentaries on the De anima: an epitome or short commentary, a middle commentary, and the long commentary.
For Rome, Lines discusses the commentaries by Marc' Antoine Muret, who examined the philosophical issues as well as points of philological and literary detail using a wide range of authors, and Lelio Pellegrini, who saw ethics as preparation for theology.
The World: A Gateway: Commentaries on the Mumonkan.
In addition to continuing his political commentary twice a week on The Torn Joyner Morning Show, he is also doing short afternoon drive-time commentaries for black radio called The Smiley Report (www.
But it was the means of determining each commentator's rate of pay that excited me: We web site contributors would be paid on the basis of the number of "hits" our commentaries attracted, which in e-biz corresponds to the number of people who bother to look at them.
Again, no opponents were criticized, or even named, in these commentaries, and no references were made to any election or to Forbes's candidacy.
The condensed version 2010, previously published and also available, includes only the articles, commentaries, non-member economies positions and the Recommendation of the OECD Council.
These commentaries will be appreciated by theological students, by pastors preparing to preach or teach, by scholars in the academy, and by lay readers who are concerned to read the Bible with understanding.
Inside this division a further subdivision can be made: Dante's, Lorenzo's, and Bruno's works are prosimetra; on the contrary, Boccaccio's, Benivieni's, and Campanella's commentaries are self-glosses.
The four-disc set includes four audio commentaries featuring more than 30 participants, including costumer Richard Taylor; composer Howard Shore; and actors Elijah Wood, Sean Astin and Orlando Bloom.
Get ready for Sir lan McKellen's return as Gandalf the White in The Two Towers with this heaven-sent-for-collector-geeks five-disc set, including the extended 200-minute-plus Platinum Series Special DVD Edition of the film, multiple commentaries, hours of extras, the National Geographic TV special, and mini statues that would make neat salt and pepper shakers.
In 1994, National Public Radio agreed to broadcast a series of Mumia's radio commentaries from death row.
Take advantage of the timely Schaeffer commentaries by signing up for their free e-newsletters -- Opening View, Market Recap, and Monday Morning Outlook.
One-volume commentaries are extremely valuable for pastors and church libraries for help with those books on which one cannot afford a full-length commentary.
This lucid and captivating study of Jean de Sponde's Latin commentaries on the Iliad and the Odyssey, published in Basel by Eusebius Episcopius in 1583, surveys the religious, cultural, and literary consciousness of a very young and very gifted humanist and Hellenist who fervently considers Homer's works to be a founding gesture of civilization.