Romo's El Puente/The Bridge (2000), an excellent documentary on life on the contemporary border, giftedly
addresses this issue.
I am very sorry to say/ That ninety lives have been taken away /On the last Sabbath day of 1879, /Which will be remember'd for a very long time.' One commentator said: '(McGonagall) is so giftedly
bad he has backed unwittingly into genius.' He was no mathematician, either, as 75, not 90, people died in that disaster.
Nonetheless, Adelman has giftedly
examined Merchant's Judeo-Christian ancestry, and the fact she exposes the play's religious and racial synergism breathes new life into Christian-triumphist criticism.
"The purpose of the false self is to defend against pain, not deal with reality," Robert Firestone explains giftedly
. So, there it is.
Deftly carrying readers through Filth's exploration of life from his struggles as a young Barrister to his ultimate retirement from a judgeship in the beautiful Dorset, Old Filth is very strongly recommended as a giftedly
authored novel portraying of one man's life and times.