prolificness


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One might query whether, chronologically, Whitford should appear next, since he spans the pre- to post-dissolution period, but Whitford is someone who tends, by the force of his still-evident personality and his relative prolificness, always to get the last word.
indicative of his prolificness as it is, this list actually proves partial, for his writing is far from limited to fiction.
In addition to addressing the misconception regarding Martina's prolificness, Rybka laments the lack of attention Martinu's music has received in recent years, citing such works as Alex Ross's The Rest is Noise: Listening to the Twentieth Century (New York: Farrar, Straus, and Giroux, 2007), where Martinu's name appears only incidentally, and Richard Taruskin's seemingly exhaustive The Oxford History of Western Musk (6 vols.
However, you wouldn't notice from lines as winningly winsome as "What precious little time we have to wish away our lives" on Outside In's closing track - perhaps a reflection on Ciaran's own workaholic prolificness.
More specifically, at least to my coverage: I relied upon his unmatched reporting, unbelievable prolificness (and, as a colleague's appreciation noted, his many articles often ran long), and outrageously good style to humbly blog from Manhattan about the important events of the Arab Spring, leaning on and pointing to Shadid's reporting on Egypt; on Syria (over and over); on Turkey; and even on Israel.