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Heidi Scott, "Ecological Microcosms Envisioned in Shakespeare's Richard II," Explicator 67, no.
But at the same time (and unlike almost every other Marxist magazine on the planet), PR saw itself as a defender and explicator of avant-garde culture.
In their article, 'The Nietzschean Madman in Beckett's Endgame," (Explicator, Vol 65, Issue 3, Spring 2007, 167-70), Thomas Dilworth and Christopher Langlois argue that Beckett based his Madman on that of Nietzsche in The Gay Science; on the other hand, Langlois and Mike Goodwin in their article, 'Antoin Artaud and the Madman in Beckett's Endgame (in Explicator, Vol.
He was a man of letters, an imp of numbers, an explicator of signs, an interpreter of symbols, and a magician's magician.
Nestor feels "the good man was Bailey (O'Connor's "A Good Man Is Hard to Find", The Explicator 64.
Steinmeyer clarifies matters somewhat (he copiously quotes from Fort's work in his book, but the reader will be relieved to learn that the biographer is a more adept explicator of Fort's ideas than Fort was): "This becomes Fort's philosophy of Intermediatism.
Marty urged that Faith and Order serve as a main participant and explicator of new constituencies and emergent issues as the ecumenically committed work to define the relation between faith and order, the religious and the secular, Christianity and other world religions, and Christianity and the new globalism.
To some he's a shrewd politician, a clear thinker, a brilliant explicator who was president during an era of relative peace and indisputable prosperity.
In them, especially in his practical criticism, Frye is notoriously nonjudgemental, the impersonal explicator.
Throughout the stores' existence, he has also proved to be the go-to guy for journalists on deadline, playing an avuncular role as Great Explicator of confusing wine issues.
De Heer is thoughtful in his treatment of Thomson's dual inheritance (colonial explicator of indigeneity, and preserver of local traditions), something indicated through the film's division between black-and-white and colour.
Harley, Martha Powell 1988 "Chaucer's FRIAR'S TALE", Explicator 46/2: 4-5.
Kushner, a contributing editor at Spin, is an experienced explicator of subcultures, and Jonny Magic is useful in helping one understand exactly why poker has gotten as big as it has, although perhaps not in the way that Kushner intended.