Like the above lyrics to a current Top 40 record (written and sung by someone named Dobie Grey), the piece pays homage to the Beach Boys, capturing and capsulizing
the pleasant -- perhaps even positive -- sense of escapism that has always characterized their music, from the group's beginnings back in the late '50s down to the present day.
The author begins by capsulizing
several classical theories of the sociology of religion (Durkheim, Malinowski, Weber, Parsons, et al.
the coverage, I guess I'd Ronald Reagan and say, `There they go again,'" commented S.
The show, which has a staff of 50, attempts to distinguish itself by capsulizing
the Inquirer's complex stories and investigative projects and avoiding the sensational stories that are TV news staples.
Do we aim to save ourselves for the afterlife," Reddin wonders, capsulizing
the play's existentia conundrum, "or do we try to salvage things in this life?
his aesthetic by the term recommencement, Mompou cultivated a nostalgic return to simplicity and innocence in his music, what Mellers describes as "a longing for the Forgotten Garden of Childhood" (p.