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Writing in The Guardian, critic Anthony Berkeley Cox, writing under the name Francis Iles, noted that the two minor grammatical errors he spotted were " likely to spoil no one's enjoyment " of the novel as he considered that On Her Majesty's Secret Service was " not only up to Mr. Fleming's usual level, but perhaps even a bit above it.
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Writing in The Guardian on 18 October, Powell asserted that due to the Falklands War, " Britain no longer looked upon itself and the world through American spectacles " and the view was " more rational ; and it was more congenial ; for, after all, it was our own view ".
" Writing in Richardson's sister paper, The Manchester Guardian, the critic referred to Johnson's ' sex snobbery and sadism ' tag, but pointed out that whilst " the casualties take place on a somewhat narrower front than usual, they are heavy ".
" Writing for The Guardian in December 1999, journalist Will Hodgkinson offered his own version of the eventual demise of Wilson's most ambitious project:
" Writing in 2004 on the 70th anniversary of Delius's death, Guardian journalist Martin Kettle recalls Cardus arguing in 1934 that Delius as a composer was unique, both in his technique and in his emotionalism.
Writing in The Guardian, John Rowe Townsend was damning of the book, saying of the car " I don't care for her much, or the values she stands for " and, of the writing, that " we have the adult writer at play rather than the children's writer at work.
Writing for The Observer, Robert Cushman thought that Le Mesurier played the role with " deeply grizzled torpor ", while Michael Billington, reviewing for The Guardian saw him as a " grey, gentle wisp of a man, full of half-completed gestures and seraphic smiles ".
" Writing in The Manchester Guardian, Roy Perrott observed that " Goldfinger ... will not let close admirers down ".
Writing in the ' The Guardian ', however, Hilary defended the film's depiction of events and her sister's personality, arguing that it accurately portrayed her darker side, the " MS side "; and in The New Yorker she argued that detractors simply " want to look only at the pieces of Jackie's life they ready to accept ".
Writing in The Guardian in November 2006, a month after Andrews ' death, McEwan professed innocence of plagiarism while acknowledging his debt to the author.
The Guardian reported that " Writing for the Sunday Times after the collapse of the case, he admitted he did give a little salute with two fingers to his nose to give the impression of a toothbrush moustache.
Writing in the Guardian about Castro's decision to step down as Cuban President, Wilson said that he had " outwitted the United States and its 50 year obsession one last time " by ensuring an orderly transition in government while he was still alive.
Writing in The Guardian to preview the drama before it aired, Mark Lawson said that: " Transmuting different genres like wine made from water — comedy into romance into thriller — Eccleston, Sharp, Davies and his director Adrian Shergold have created a world in which it soon ceases to seem odd that God chose Manchester.
Writing in The Guardian in an article co-authored with lawyer Anthony Julius, Schama compared Berger's academic boycott to policies adopted by Nazi Germany, noting " This is not the first boycott call directed at Jews.
Writing his first puzzle for The Guardian in July 1958, he eventually took to compiling crosswords full-time when his divorce in the late 1970s lost him his living as a clergyman ( he was reinstated after the death of his first wife ).
Writing in the British daily The Guardian, again in an obituary for Reynolds, Ken Hunt asserted that " The Kingston Trio helped to turn untold numbers of people on to folk music ... they put the boom in folk boom.
Writing for The Guardian in August 1990, Lucy O ' Brien noted the difference between the " quietly spoken " Clarkson and her " lovable toughie " pop star alter-ego, describing the latter as " a cartoon combination of Betty Boop, Barbarella and Buck Rogers ".
Writing a year after the bombings, a journalist from The Guardian visited Beeston with the aim of going " beyond the stereotypical pictures of veiled women and bearded men strolling past dilapidated buildings.
Writing in The Guardian in August 2010, film critic David Thomson included the film in his list of ' 10 lost works of genius '.
It was shortlisted for many awards in the UK and Australia, among them the Age Book of the Year Awards, the Queensland Premier ’ s Literary Awards, the Guardian First Book Award 2003, the South Australian Festival Awards for Literature ( Innovation in Writing ) 2004, the Index Freedom of Expression Awards 2004, and the W. H.
Writing in the The Guardian, in 2011, Aida Edemariam said that " Lucas was the wildest of the Young British Artists, partying hard and making art that was provocative and at times genuinely shocking.
Writing in The Guardian, Malcolm Bradbury called the novel " a reasonable read but no more: neither vintage Fleming nor vintage Amis.
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Writing for the Norwegen newspaper Folkets Avis, the critic Erik Bøgh admired Ibsen's originality and technical mastery: " Not a single declamatory phrase, no high dramatics, no drop of blood, not even a tear.
During the late 1970s he acquired a large public audience as a critic of the then Labour government's disregard of civil liberties ; his writings from this time are collected in Writing By Candlelight ( 1980 ).
Writing in the Brooklyn Eagle, drama critic Arthur Pollock called it " an unusual piece of work by a director not nearly so well-known as he should be.
Writing towards the end of 1987, music critic Simon Reynolds dubbed Public Enemy " a superlative rock band ".
" Writing for the Chicago Sun-Times, film critic Roger Ebert wrote " film stars actors of considerable physical appeal, most particularly Penelope Cruz as Silvia.
Writing in A. R. Orage's magazine The New Age, the poet and critic F. S. Flint ( a champion of free verse and modern French poetry ) was highly critical of the club and its publications.
Writing for Allmusic, critic Ned Raggett said " With their former band's generally gloomier shadows left behind, what Ash and Haskins draw from their time with Bauhaus is that group's melange of styles — their most underappreciated strength.
Writing about the film in his series on " Great Movies ", film critic Roger Ebert says, " To see it is to touch the extremes of human feeling.
Writing in The Independent, art critic Andrew Graham-Dixon said :" Goldsmiths graduates are unembarrassed about promoting themselves and their work: some of the most striking exhibitions in London over the past few months —" The East Country Yard Show ", or " Gambler ", both staged in docklands — have been independently organized and funded by Goldsmiths graduates as showcases for their work.
Writing on Vigo's career in The New York Times, Andrew Johnston ( critic ) stated: " The ranks of the great film directors are short on Keatses and Shelleys, young artists cut off in their prime, leaving behind a handful of great works that suggest what might have been.
Journalist Bruce Arnold, chief critic of the Irish Independent, argued that " Writing, for example, is not really served at all by the archaic institution for conferring honours on artists, known as Aosdána, which really does little to help the other arts either.
Writing for Allmusic, critic William Ruhlman wrote the album was " Al Kooper's finest work, an album on which he moves the folk-blues-rock amalgamation of the Blues Project into even wider pastures, taking in classical and jazz elements ( including strings and horns ), all without losing the pop essence that makes the hybrid work.
Writing in the New York Times a few days after the system premiered, film critic Bosley Crowther wrote:
Writing for the New York Times, Ralph Thompson states, “ the normal life of Negroes in the South today – the life with its holdovers from slave times, its social difficulties, childish excitements, and endless exuberances … compared to this sort of story, the ordinary narratives of Negroes in Harlem or Birmingham seem ordinary indeed .” For the New York Herald Tribune, Sheila Hibben described Hurston as writing “ with her head as with her heart ” creating a “ warm, vibrant touch .” She praised Their Eyes as filled with “ a flashing, gleaming riot of black people, with a limitless sense of humor, and a wild, strange sadness .” New York Times critic Lucille Tompkins described Their Eyes, “ It is about Negroes … but really it is about every one, or at least every one who isn ’ t so civilized that he has lost the capacity for glory .”
Writing of her Radio 2 debut, Daily Telegraph radio critic, Gillian Reynolds described Feltz's voice as " like lemon tea with honey.
Writing about these rehearsals, Los Angeles Times music critic Mark Swed wrote the following account:
Writing more than half a century after the critic, historian Lucian Boia also noted that, while Kogălniceanu stressed national unity, his discourse tended to place emphasis on Moldavian particularities.
In a discussion with the Irish critic and writer Terence de Vere White she said: " Writing, for me, is a search for God.
Writing for Newsweek, critic Jack Kroll thought the early part of the film was handled " with wit and style ", although he went on to say that the director was " hamstrung by Lorenzo Semple's script ".
Writing on the nomenclature used in the works of Ion Luca Caragiale, the literary critic Garabet Ibrăileanu noted the use and special meaning of pet forms.
Writing in Time Out New York Andrew Johnston ( critic ) described his experience in viewing the film in 1999: “ One of the great, if all-too-infrequent, pleasures of being a film critic is having your mind blown by a film you didn ’ t expect much from.