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Critic William Fulwiler argues that Edgar Rice Burroughs ' At the Earth's Core was one of Lovecraft's primary inspirations for " The Nameless City ", citing " the reptile race, the tunnel to the interior of the earth, and the ' hidden world of eternal day '" as elements common to both tales.
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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 William Baer notes that throughout his career " he constantly rose to the challenge of his own aspirations ", adding that " he was a pioneer and visionary who greatly affected the history of both stage and cinema ".
Critic William Michael Rossetti considered Leaves of Grass a classic along the lines of the works of William Shakespeare and Dante Alighieri.
He gave assistance to William Beloe in one or two articles in the British Critic, and probably wrote also in the Analytical Review and the Critical Review.
* F. H. Armstrong, " William Lyon Mackenzie, First Mayor of Toronto: A Study of a Critic in Power ", Canadian Historical Review 48 ( 1967 )
Also that year, the Boston Critic dedicated a special issue to Lowell on his seventieth birthday to recollections and reminiscences by his friends, including former presidents Hayes and Benjamin Harrison and British Prime Minister William Ewart Gladstone as well as Alfred Tennyson and Francis Parkman.
Critic William Burrill dismissed the game's visuals as " Dim Boy graphics are nothing to write home about ".
Critic Stephen Burt at the Boston Review commented: " William Carlos Williams and Emily Dickinson together taught Armantrout how to dismantle and reassemble the forms of stanzaic lyric — how to turn it inside out and backwards, how to embody large questions and apprehensions in the conjunctions of individual words, how to generate productive clashes from arrangements of small groups of phrases.
Critic Harold Bloom remarked several years later that Fields ', " croaking his ghastly dirge to the uncertain sound of his dulcimer, is a parodic version of the Bard of Sensibility, a figure out of the primitivism of Thomas Gray or William Blake.
Critic William Lawrence Schroeder described Holmes's prose style as " attractive " in that it " made no great demand on the attention of the reader.
Critic William Ruhlman agreed, writing that the album " is a highly referential work from an artist who started where most end and has been earnestly seeking the right direction ever since.
* 1985 – William Dudley for The Mysteries, The Real Inspector Hound, The Critic, The Merry Wives of Windsor and Mutiny
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Critic Christopher Sharrett argues that since Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho ( 1960 ) and The Birds ( 1963 ), the American horror film has been defined by the questions it poses " about the fundamental validity of the American civilizing process ", concerns amplified during the 1970s by the " delegitimation of authority in the wake of Vietnam and Watergate ".
Critic Frank Murphy argues that many of the same characteristics that mark Beiderbecke on the cornet mark him on the keyboard: the uncharacteristic fingering, the emphasis on inventive harmonies, and the correlated choruses.
'" Critic Leslie Sanders argues that, in her ongoing exploration of the notions of " here " and " there ", Brand uses her own " statelessness " as a vehicle for entering "' other people's experience '" and "' other places.
Critic Lisa Zeidner argues that the artist's " loyalty and love " involved with creating originality counters Bigend ’ s assertion that everything is a reflection of something else and that the creative process no longer rests with the individual.
Critic Stephen Burn, in his book on Infinite Jest, argues that YDAU corresponds to 2009: the MIT Language Riots took place in 1997 ( n. 24 ) and those riots occurred 12 years before YDAU ( n. 60 ).
" Critic Philip Kemp, writing in his essay for the Criterion Collection release of the trilogy, argues that, while " the film suffers from its sheer magnitude from the almost unrelieved somberness of its prevailing mood ...
Critic Philip Auslander argues that the distinction between pop and rock is more pronounced in the US than in the UK.
Critic Pamela Clemit resists a purely autobiographical reading and argues that Mathilda is an artfully crafted novel, deploying confessional and unreliable narrations in the style of her father, as well as the device of the pursuit used by Godwin in his Caleb Williams and by Mary Shelley in Frankenstein.
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Critic Edgar Allan Poe expressed his opinions on the community in an article titled " Brook Farm " in the December 13, 1845, issue of the Broadway Journal.
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* Holt, Jim, Say Anything, one of his Critic At Large essays from The New Yorker, ( August 22, 2005 )
*" Critic At Large ", where Gilbert Smythe Bite-Me ( Abbott ), an entertainment critic, gives negative reviews, and takes regular potshots at the Women's Television Network, describing them as ' a bunch of scrotally-deprived, estrogen-sodden non-males ', and ' not just because three of ( his ) ex-wives work there.
At the César Awards it won Best Editing, Best Film Work, Best Production Design and Best Writing, at the European Film Awards it won Best Set Design, at Fantasporto the Audience Jury Award, at the Guild of German Art House Cinemas Best Foreign Film, at Sitges Best Actor, Best Director, Best Original Soundtrack and the Prize of Catalan Screenwriter's Critic and Writer's Association.
At the August 2008 conference of the American Association of Wine Economists in Portland, Oregon, a hoax exposé submission of the fictitious restaurant Osteria L ’ Intrepido was revealed by the author and Fearless Critic founder Robin Goldstein: he had won an Award of Excellence for a restaurant that didn't exist and whose " reserve wine list " was full of the lowest-rated Italian wines in history.
Critic Roger Ebert said, on At the Movies, that Pauly Shore was the " cinematic equivalent of long fingernails, drawn very slowly and quite loudly over a gigantic blackboard " and noted that although his co-host, Gene Siskel, extremely disliked Chris Farley, he would " rather attend a dusk-to-dawn Chris Farley film festival than sit through any 5 minutes of Jury Duty.
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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.
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.
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 Danél Griffin remarked, " Romero freely admits that his film was a direct rip-off of Matheson's novel ; I would be a little less harsh in my description and say that Romero merely expanded the author's ideas with deviations so completely original that of the Living Dead is expelled from being labeled a true ' rip-off '".
Critic Richard Lehan says that " Balzac was the bridge between the comic realism of Dickens and the naturalism of Zola.
Less successful efforts included The Critic, which starred Jon Lovitz from Saturday Night Live ( originally airing on ABC then moved to Fox before being canceled ), and The PJs, ( which was later broadcast on The WB ).
Critic Dennis Schwartz appreciated the acting ensemble in the film and wrote, " The film was too stagebound to be effective cinema, but it scores points in its unsentimental portrait of the loser life of the lonely and desperate merchant seamen.
Critic Steve Huey of Allmusic writes that the album's influence " was felt more in spirit than in direct copycatting, as a catalyst rather than a literal musical starting point.
Critic Roberta Reeder notes that the early poems always attracted large numbers of admirers: " For Akhmatova was
Critic Joe S. Harrington suggested that the latter two " paraded as Hardcore until it was deemed permissible to do otherwise.
Critic Robert Trussell noted, " Little effort was made to hide the ( California ) mountains in the background.
Critic Luis Leal attests that Carpentier was an originating pillar of the magical realist style by implicitly referring to the latter's critical works, writing that " The existence of the marvelous real is what started magical realist literature, which some critics claim is the truly American literature.
Critic Michael Billington recalled: " In Redgrave's Vanya you saw both a tremulous victim of a lifetime's emotional repression and the wasted potential of a Chekhovian might-have-been: as Redgrave and Olivier took their joint curtain call, linked hands held triumphantly aloft, we were not to know that this was to symbolise the end of their artistic amity.
It was followed by The Critic ( 1779 ), an updating of the satirical Restoration play The Rehearsal, which received a memorable revival ( performed with Oedipus Rex in a single evening ) starring Laurence Olivier as Mr Puff, opening at the New Theatre on 18 October 1945 as part of an Old Vic Theatre Company season.
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.
He has also written for The Independent, and was Restaurant Critic for Harpers & Queen magazine from 1995 to 1998.
The Black Knight's voice was featured in an episode of the Nostalgia Critic where he reviewed the movie Child's Play.
He was the author of The Rehearsal, an amusing and clever satire on the heroic drama and especially on Dryden's The Conquest of Granada ( first performed on 7 December 1671, at the Theatre Royal, and first published in 1672 ), a deservedly popular play which was imitated by Henry Fielding in Tom Thumb the Great, and by Sheridan in The Critic.
Critic, Stephen Erlewine of AllMusic wrote that Dion's vocals " are back at top of their game " and that she was " getting back to pop basics and performing at a level unheard in a while.