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Critic John R. Elliott Jr. notes that this particular history play can be distinguished from the other history plays because it contains an ulterior political purpose.
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Critic John Clute wrote of M. John Harrison's early writing that it "... reveals its New-Wave provenance in narrative discontinuities and subheads after the fashion of J. G. Ballard ".
Critic John Sutherland ( 1989 ) described the work as " the most sensationally successful of all the sensation novels.
Critic Bosley Crowther, film critic for The New York Times, liked the screenplay, the message of the film, and John Ford's direction, and wrote, " John Ford has truly fashioned a modern Odyssey — a stark and tough-fibered motion picture which tells with lean economy the never-ending story of man's wanderings over the waters of the world in search of peace for his soul ... it is harsh and relentless and only briefly compassionate in its revelation of man's pathetic shortcomings.
Critic John Krewson lauded the work of Ida Lupino, and wrote, " As a screenwriter and director, Lupino had an eye for the emotional truth hidden within the taboo or mundane, making a series of B-styled pictures which featured sympathetic, honest portrayals of such controversial subjects as unmarried mothers, bigamy, and rape ... in The Hitch-Hiker, arguably Lupino's best film and the only true noir directed by a woman, two utterly average middle-class American men are held at gunpoint and slowly psychologically broken by a serial killer.
Critic Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat wrote, " Here's a nice little movie about the baby boom generation ... Novelist John Sayles wrote, directed, and edited this movie.
Pattison was at this time a Puseyite, and greatly under the influence of John Henry Newman, for whom he worked, helping in the translation of Thomas Aquinas's Catena Aurea, and writing in the British Critic and Christian Remembrancer.
Critic John Leonard called Northern Exposure " the best of the best television in the past 10 years.
131 and a Lost Lactantius of John of Salisbury: Evidence in Search of a French Critic of Thomas Becket.
Critic John Litweiler has written that " In New York Loft Jazz meant Free Jazz in the Seventies " and Studio Rivbea was " the most famous of the lofts ".
Critic John G. Palfrey also praised Holmes, referring to him as " a man of genius ... His manner is entirely his own, manly and unaffected ; generally easy and playful, and sinking at times into ' a most humorous sadness '".
) Critic and author John Clute writes that "… his early stories and novels display considerable intellectual complexity, and do not shirk the downbeat implications of their anthropological treatment of aliens and alienating milieux …" In his major essay on these early novels, author Ian Watson writes " Michael Bishop is both an exoticist and a moralist.
Critic Joachim Berendt wrote that " Since Ponty, the jazz violin has been a different instrument ", of his " style of phrasing that corresponds to early and middle John Coltrane " and his " brilliance and fire ".
Critic John Eyles writes, " Just as such labels as Blue Note, ECM, and Incus have captured and defined the zeitgeist at various points in the past, Erstwhile is now doing so.
Critic and scholar John Sutherland says that of all the books Gardner published, " it's the one that most deserves to survive.
Critic Dave Marsh would call it one of the " two best records Dylan has made since John Wesley Harding " and gave it a four-star review in the 1979 Rolling Stone Record Guide.
In August 2005, PC leader John Tory appointed Hudak to the lead role of Official Opposition Finance Critic.
Critic John Heilpern wrote that Look Back in Anger expressed such " immensity of feeling and class hatred " that it altered the course of English theater.
Critic John Simon revealed on the air to the home audience that during the most recent commercial break, fellow guest Mort Sahl had threatened to punch him in the mouth.
Critic John Neal, who was a friend of Poe's cousin George Poe, responded to Poe's claim in his review of " Al Aaraaf " for the Yankee and Boston Literary Gazette.
The book is Praise, Vilification & Sexual Innuendo, or How to Be a Critic: The Selected Writings of John L. Wasserman, 1964-1979.
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Critic R. L. Shurter has gone as far as to argue that " Looking Backward is actually a fictionalized version of The Co-operative Commonwealth and little more ".
Critic Steve Huey writes, " rampant eclecticism encompasses everything from heavy metal and punk to funk, R & B and avant-garde jazz, and his anarchic, lightning-fast solos have become something of a hallmark as well.
* Stephen Goranson, " Celsus of Pergamum: Locating a Critic of Early Christianity ," in D. R. Edwards and C. T. McCollough ( eds ), The Archaeology of Difference: Gender, Ethnicity, Class and the " Other " in Antiquity: Studies in Honor of Eric M. Meyers ( Boston: American Schools of Oriental Research, 2007 ) ( Information Annual of the American Schools of Oriental Research, 60 / 61 ).
" Critic Andre Meyer of CBS News thought the material on the album was " stronger " than on Charmbracelet, and described it as a move in Carey's long-term plan for pop domination, while giving off the " jittery R & B vibe that made Destiny's Child so potent.
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As Critic Walter Kerr points out: `` Adaptations, so long as they are good, still qualify as creative ''.
The point is already made by Hume, but see Mary Mothersill, " Beauty and the Critic ’ s Judgment ", in The Blackwell Guide to Aesthetics, 2004.
Critic Rex Reed noted that " The score of ' Night Music ' ... contains patter songs, contrapuntal duets and trios, a quartet, and even a dramatic double quintet to puzzle through.
Critic William Kuhn argued that much of his fiction can be read as " the memoirs he never wrote ", revealing the inner life of a politician for whom the norms of Victorian public life appeared to represent a social straitjacket – particularly with regard to his allegedly " ambiguous sexuality.
Critic Roger Ebert was and remains today a champion of the film, including it on his all-time top ten best films list.
The Athenaeum reviewer praised Ellis Bell's work for its music and power, and the Critic reviewer recognized " the presence of more genius than it was supposed this utilitarian age had devoted to the loftier exercises of the intellect.
In 1988 the British artist and friend of Weizenbaum Brian Reffin Smith created and showed at the exhibition ' Salamandre ', in the Musée du Berry, Bourges, France, two art-oriented ELIZA-style programs written in BASIC, one called ' Critic ' and the other ' Artist ', running on two separate Amiga 1000 computers.
The visitor was supposed to help them converse by typing in to ' Artist ' what ' Critic ' said, and vice versa.
Critic Alistair Cooke observed that Capra was " starting to make movies about themes instead of people.
*" Dining Out: The Food Critic at Table " A review of food writing and writers by Adam Gopnick that examines the genre.
Critic Leonard Maltin labeled Hawks " the greatest American director who is not a household name ," noting that, while his work may not be as well known as Ford, Welles, or DeMille, he is no less a talented filmmaker.
Critic Alexander Woollcott wrote of Bogart's early work that he " is what is usually and mercifully described as inadequate.
Critic Georg Lukács points to middling main characters like Ivanhoe in Sir Walter Scott's other novels as one of the primary reasons Scott's historical novels depart from previous historical works and better explore social and cultural history.
Critic and humorist Louis Leroy wrote a scathing review in the newspaper Le Charivari in which, making wordplay with the title of Claude Monet's Impression, Sunrise ( Impression, soleil levant ), he gave the artists the name by which they became known.
Critic Janet Maslin of The New York Times wrote that the film was the greatest adaptation of the novel and remarked on Dunst's performance, " The perfect contrast to take-charge Jo comes from Kirsten Dunst's scene-stealing Amy, whose vanity and twinkling mischief make so much more sense coming from an 11-year-old vixen than they did from grown-up Joan Bennett in 1933.
Critic Billy Altman, whose work has appeared in many publications including Entertainment Weekly and The New York Times, wrote the following for Amazon. com: " One of rock's most overlooked masterpieces, this third album by the L. A. folk-rock outfit led by inscrutable singer-songwriter Arthur Lee sounds as fresh and innovative today as it did upon its original release in 1968.
The Nostalgia Critic, in his review of The Room, performed a more over-the-top parody of the sketch near the end of the video.
Critic Stephen Thomas Erlewine declared that PE " brought in elements of free jazz, hard funk, even musique concrète, via producing team the Bomb Squad, creating a dense, ferocious sound unlike anything that came before.