Although [Blind Willow, Sleeping Woman] doesn't have the coruscating
brilliance of Kafka on the Shore, his most recent novel, or the emotional and thematic coherence of After the Quake, his recent collection of stories linked by the 1995 Kobe earthquake, it will more than satisfy the hunger of Mr.
Unlike the coruscating
mediocrities and almost-rans that populate earlier works, the fifty-three fictional artists and gallery shows cataloged here (each named for locations on the lunar surface and arranged alphabetically) are, for the most part, lost causes from the get-go, hermetically absurd and viewed obliquely, as though in passing--postcards from the moon.
In these pages we are treated to examples of Gide's literary acumen and especially the coruscating
style and rhetoric of his critical essays (as well as alert readings of pertinent fictional texts).
Numbed by the coruscating
flow of ideas, but filled also with a heady sense of freedom and devil-may-care abandon.
The third section deals mainly with American policy and law, although there are a few coruscating
remarks thrown in towards Canada Customs.
AFTER the huge success of Stupid White Men, Moore is back is on combative form in this coruscating
attack on George W.
Long before the air in this poem shimmers "like the coruscating
pond," one becomes impatient with the effort to dress up each element of the scene by means of a simile.
result appalled black radicals of the 1960s, observes novelist Lewis Nkosi in Transition (1999: Issue 79).
Others in the altogether coruscating
cast include Steve Coogan as the sweet, self-effacing Mole, rendered homeless at the outset by Weasel earth-moving machinery; Eric Idle as Rat, who loves nothing more than boating and picnics and whose rodentlike whiskers frazzle like lightning under stress, and Nicol Williamson as the no-nonsense Badger, who tries to persuade Toad to end the fiscal foolishness (cars, cars, cars) that is enabling the Weasels to buy up his property.
The results are predictably coruscating
, but I am not persuaded that they constitute a sufficient basis for revaluation of the whole corpulent two-volume set.
Where Lawler chooses to end on further commentary and avoid synthesis, he recognizes perhaps that the impact of the book comes most forcefully in the brief, coruscating
conclusions to each individual reading.
McNicholl launched himself into the new Guinness PRO14 season with a coruscating
performance for the Scarlets against Southern Kings, embellished by 17 runs, 209 metres made, four clean breaks, six defenders beaten, three offloads and two tries.
Chris Green, of Dalton, said: "A valiant effort, but that one moment of coruscating
quality from Forestieri slackened our tight-knit backline.
DON'T LOOK now, but some senior stars are stealing the thunder from their much younger colleagues this season, thanks to their unsinkable talent, still coruscating
charisma and innate news-making ability.
Coxon's guitar is outstanding throughout, one minute brutal and coruscating
, the next gentle and warming, and there's no one whose voice complements his playing quite like Albarn's.