While such surrounding knowledge repositories could be catalytic for daily operations and project undertakings, potentially useful documents are unfortunately scattered across isolated digital repositories and the task of tagging these documents for collective retrievals is either totally overlooked or miscellaneously
remedied for individual needs.
No big picture, however, really emerges, and the individual cases that miscellaneously
fill the canvas are uneven in quality.
The third part, an account of Robert Hapgood's theatrical experiences in Japan, feels miscellaneously
included; it offers only random insights, and is often self-preoccupied and culturally at odds with its material.
His figurative sculptures on religious themes were annexed in the Museo Diocesano, for example, while the theoretical underpinnings of his work were miscellaneously
illustrated in a show at the Brera.
Kazin is a man of letters from the old school: his own voice heavily inflects a nonreflexive, untheorized approach that comfortably takes in what some might regard as sweeping generalizations, indulgent and self-centring anecdotes ('Wilson often told me, during summers on Cape Cod', 'Several times I was [Frost's] only audience', and so on), epigrammatic, even trite, reductions, and a random collection of readings structured more or less miscellaneously