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Writing in the New York Times on the occasion of Nielsen's 125th anniversary in 1990, Andrew Pincus explained that 25 years earlier Leonard Bernstein had believed the world was ready to accept the Dane as the equal of Sibelius.
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Writing and New
" Writing in 2007, Neil Lewis of The New York Times remarked that, " To this day, each side in the epic he-said, she-said dispute has its unmovable believers ".
Writing the rules didn't help the Knickerbockers in the first known competitive game between two clubs under the new rules, played at Elysian Fields in Hoboken, New Jersey on June 19, 1846.
Writing in The New York Times in 1994, Neil Strauss referred to " Forever Changes " as " a cocktail of lush strings and innocent pop ballads, ( it ) remains one of the best pop albums of the 60's and has influenced many current bands.
Writing in the New Statesman ( UK ) in 2003, Ted Kessler called it, "... one of the Sixties ' most magical, enigmatic albums.
Writing in the New York Times in 1990, Richard Bernstein noted " The term ' politically correct ,' with its suggestion of Stalinist orthodoxy, is spoken more with irony and disapproval than with reverence.
In 2008, King's book On Writing was ranked 21st on Entertainment Weekly list of " The New Classics: The 100 Best Reads from 1983 to 2008 ".
* Fierce Pajamas: An Anthology of Humor Writing from The New Yorker by David Reminick and Henry Finder ( 2002 )
Writing for the majority, Justice Rehnquist rejected the appellants argument for the common law's protection of property against trespass, writing that such an interpretation would " represent a return to the era of Lochner v. New York,, when common-law rights were also found immune from revision ... would freeze the common law as it has been constructed by courts, perhaps at its 19th-century state of development.
Writing for the New York Times shortly after the flight, however, journalist Arthur Krock described mixed feelings in the United States due to fears of the spaceflight's potential military implications for the Cold War, and the Detroit Free Press wrote that " the people of Washington, London, Paris and all points between might have been dancing in the streets " if it were not for " doubts and suspicions " about Soviet intentions.
Writing with Rachel Caspari, their Race and Human Evolution ( 1997, Simon & Schuster ) was very favorably reviewed in professional journals and in the New York Times, where it was recommended reading.
" Writing in The New York Times, Anthony Boucher — described by a Fleming biographer, John Pearson as " throughout an avid anti-Bond and an anti-Fleming man "— was again damning of Fleming's work, saying " it's harder than ever to see why an ardent coterie so admires Ian Fleming's tales ".
Next, Welsh released The Acid House, a collection of short stories from Rebel Inc., New Writing Scotland and other sources.
Writing from prison for New West and New York Magazine in 1977, Ehrlichman claimed Nixon had offered him a large sum of money, which he declined.
The opening chapter of the novel was originally published in New World Writing as Catch-18 in 1955, but Heller's agent, Candida Donadio, requested that he change the title of the novel, so it would not be confused with another recently published World War II novel, Leon Uris's Mila 18.
Writing in the New York Times, Carter B. Horsley said of the River House: " Erected in 1931 when its area still teemed with tenements, it was mocked in the famous and popular 1936 movie, ' Dead End ' that was Lillian Hellman's adaptation of Sidney Kingsley's play.
* Margit Rowell, Joan Miró-Selected Writing & Interviews, Da Capo Press Inc ; New edition edition ( 1 August 1992 ) ISBN 978-0-306-80485-4
In 2008, Entertainment Weekly listed On Writing 21st on their list of The New Classics: Books – The 100 best reads from 1983 to 2008, making it King's only entry.
* Writing as " William Irish ", Cornell Woolrich published Waltz into Darkness ( 1947 ), set in 1880 New Orleans.
Writing in The New York Times, Anthony Boucher – described by a Fleming biographer, John Pearson, as " throughout an avid anti-Bond and an anti-Fleming man " – was damning in his review, saying that From Russia, with Love was Fleming's " longest and poorest book ".
Writing of the experience in Australia and New Zealand ( 1873 ) he spoke of the town's ' innumerable hotels ' and concluded from his impressions that the Aborigines had little chance of surviving as a race.
He was the Professor of Creative Writing at the Centre for New Writing at the University of Manchester until 2011.
Writing and York
His writing has appeared in Harper's, Orion, The New York Times Magazine, Granta, The Sun, and Manoa, and in Best American Essays, The Best American Spiritual Writing, and the " best of " collections from Outside, National Geographic, The Paris Review, Witness, and The Georgia Review.
First Thoughts: Life and Letters of Abigail Adams ( New York: Twayne Publishers, 1998 ), reissued as Abigail Adams: A Writing Life ( London and New York: Routledge, 2002 ).
Writing in 2005, the New York Times language columnist William Safire attributed the term ( in its modern usage ) to conservative blogger Andrew Sullivan, who wrote on June 1, 2003: I have a new term for those on the fringes of the religious right who have used the Gospels to perpetuate their own aspirations for power, control and oppression: Christianists.
Writing in his book Lucky Kunst: The Rise and Fall of Young British Art, the commentator Gregor Muir said: The second part of ' Lucky Kunst ', featuring a group of young artists from New York, opened some weeks later.
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.
He graduated from York University with a BFA in Music and a BA in Creative Writing in 1985 where he studied writing with bpNichol, Frank Davey and music with David Mott, James Tenney, and Trichy Sankaran.
Writing in the The New York Times, Goodman said, " The writers try everything, including some business involving raiders of a lost orb, without much of a payoff.
Writing about the program, New York journalist Louis Biancolli called Mule the " Rubinstein of the saxophone ".
Writing in the New York Times a few days after the system premiered, film critic Bosley Crowther wrote:
In the summers of 1980 and 1982, Paul Bowles conducted Writing Workshops in Morocco, ( under the auspices of the School of Visual Arts in New York ) at the American School of Tangier which were both very successful, so much so that several of his former students including Rodrigo Rey Rosa who was the 2004 Winner of the Miguel Ángel Asturias National Prize in Literature and who is also the literary heir of the estate of Paul Bowles and Mark Terrill went on to become successful authors.
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 and Times
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* Breckman, Warren, “ Times of Theory: On Writing the History of French Theory ,” Journal of the History of Ideas, vol.
Writing to The Times, Hayek said, " May one who has devoted a large part of his life to the study of the history and the principles of liberalism point out that a party that keeps a socialist government in power has lost all title to the name ' Liberal '.
Writing in The Times Literary Supplement Philip Stead was more generous to Dr. No, although he thought that Fleming was offering " too opulent a feast " with the book, although he manages to pull this off, where " a less accomplished writer, lacking Mr. Fleming's quick descriptive gift and his powers of making his characters talk with such lucid and natural style, would never have got away with this story.
Writing about Lewis-Smith's hoax phone calls in The Times Higher Education, Sally Feldman observed that " He chooses his victims carefully, pricking the pompous and the powerful in the very best traditions of satire.
Writing in The Times, Richard Morrison stated that " even by the bleak standards of Sixties architecture, Euston is one of the nastiest concrete boxes in London: devoid of any decorative merit ; seemingly concocted to induce maximum angst among passengers ; and a blight on surrounding streets.
Writing in The Times in 1855, Henry Morley called Farren " one of the most finished actors by whom the stage has been adorned in the present century.
Writing in The Irish Times, John G. O ' Dwyer summed up the situation as follows: " Trails often tiptoed timidly through the countryside, offering extended stretches of boringly unsafe road topped with boot burning bitumen.
Writing in The Times Literary Supplement, Alexander Fiske-Harrison reviewed her final novel in 2000, Gemini, and through that her entire oeuvre of historical fiction: " Although Dunnett ’ s writing style is not the neutral prose of genre fiction and it can be opaque and hard to read, especially in the early works, at times, this works with the almost melodramatic content to produce a powerful, operatic mixture ...