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Writing to Derwent Coleridge, Moultrie's close friend Bonamy Price described the reciprocal influence of these two men.
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Writing and close
Writing in 409, Jerome remarked, " A great many years ago when I was helping Damasus, bishop of Rome with his ecclesiastical correspondence, and writing his answers to the questions referred to him by the councils of the east and west ..." If " east and west " do not betray the passage as an interpolation, Jerome spent three years ( 382 – 385 ) in Rome in close intercourse with Pope Damasus and the leading Christians.
Writing in the New Yorker, Seymour Hersh said the Rendon Group was " paid close to a hundred million dollars by the CIA " for its work with the INC ." Journalist James Bamford reported in the Rolling Stone that Rendon came up with the name for the INC and helped install Ahmad Chalabi as its head.
" Writing in The Manchester Guardian, Roy Perrott observed that " Goldfinger ... will not let close admirers down ".
Screenwriter Michael Hauge, in his book Writing Screenplays That Sell, echoed this opinion: " I don't believe that those who criticized this Cinderella-style ending were paying very close attention to who exactly is rescuing whom.
With the onset of the Second World War and paper rationing, New Writing's future was uncertain and so Lehmann wrote New Writing in Europe for Pelican Books, one of the first critical summaries of the writers of the 1930s in which he championed the authors who had been the stars of New Writing-Auden and Spender-and also his close friend Tom Wintringham and Wintringham's ally, the emerging George Orwell.
Writing by Haacke and his close friends and colleagues, including documentation of his work, are collected in two separate books by the artist.
Among the most important, pre-1995 monographs are: Abroad ( 1980 ) by Paul Fussell, an exploration of British interwar travel writing as escapism ; Gone Primitive: Modern Intellects, Savage Minds ( 1990 ) by Marianna Torgovnick, an inquiry into the primitivist presentation of foreign cultures ; Haunted Journeys: Desire and Transgression in European Travel Writing ( 1991 ) by Dennis Porter, a close look at the psychological correlatives of travel ; Discourses of Difference: An Analysis of Women ’ s Travel Writing by Sara Mills, an inquiry into the intersection of gender and colonialism during the 19th century ; Imperial Eyes: Travel Writing and Transculturation ( 1992 ), Mary Louise Pratt's influential study of Victorian travel writing ’ s dissemination of a colonial mind-set ; and Belated Travelers ( 1994 ), an analysis of colonial anxiety by Ali Behdad.
Writing to his wife, Keyes expressed frustration at his superior's lack of imagination, arguing that " We must have a clear channel through the minefield for the ships to close to decisive range to hammer the forts and then land men to destroy the guns.
Writing towards the close of his life, Jowett, who inspired more devoted friendships than any man of his time, spoke of Morier as his kindest and best friend for forty-five years.
Writing and friend
Writing to a friend John Roget in 1781 he said of Howard, " the author .. made a visit to every prison and house of correction in England with invincible perseverance and courage ; for some of the prisons were so infected by diseases and putrid air that he was obliged to hold a cloth steeped in vinegar to his nostrils .. and to change his clothes the moment he returned.
Writing after the events of 1604 – 1606, the Jesuit priest Oswald Tesimond's description of his friend was favourable: " his countenance was exceedingly noble and expressive ... his conversation and manners were peculiarly attractive and imposing, and that by the dignity of his character he exercised an irresistible influence over the minds of those who associated with him.
Writing to his friend so early as 1744, Akenside said that the intimacy had " the force of an additional conscience, of a new principle of religion ", and there seems to have been no break in their affection.
In the autumn of 1968, at the invitation of his friend Oliver Evans, Bowles spent one semester at the English Department of the San Fernando Valley State College, ( now California State University, Northridge ), teaching " Advanced Narrative Writing and the Modern European Novel.
" Writing for Mystical Movie Guide, Carl J. Schroeder wrote, " The imaginary friend is cavortingly rude for a reason ; he served to push the girlchild to do mischief for attention and as a cry for help.
Writing to his friend Jefferson shortly after the Declaration of Independence was published, Page said of the Declaration and the Revolution: " We know the race is not to the swift nor the battle to the strong.
Writing on 25 January 1798 to a friend, Fitzwilliam claimed his objections to the Foxites stemmed not mainly because of their advocacy of peace with France but over their support for parliamentary reform, which " will truly frenchify us: for my part I have nothing less at heart than to be frenchified.
Writing in 1894, Theodore Roosevelt called Martin " a firm friend of the red race, had earnestly striven to secure justice for them.
Writing and Price
* The Last AW Writing Team: Leah Laiman ( Head Writer, Jean Passanante ( co-Head Writer ), Stephen Demorest, Melissa Salmons, Laura Maria Censabella, Judy Tate, Tom Wiggin, Tom King, Maura Penders, Richard Culliton, Shelly Altman, Carolyn Culliton, Richard J. Allen, Sofia Landon Geier, Lynn Martin, Gillian Spencer, Mary Sue Price, Edwin Klein, Gordon Rayfield, Courtney Simon, Eleanor Labine
Writing and described
Writing in the Meiji era, Lafcadio Hearn ( 1902 ) described a baku with very similar attributes that was also able to devour nightmares.
Writing in 1790, Bewick described it as the largest and most beautiful of the dog kind ; about 36 inches high, generally of a white or cinammon colour, somewhat like the Greyhound but more robust.
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 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 ".
Writing in 2001, legal scholar Richard Posner described Uncle Tom's Cabin as part of the mediocre list of canonical works that emerges when political criteria are imposed on literature.
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 at the end of the 17th century, Francisco Ximénez described the tradition that upon the temple human sacrifices were tied before the representation of Tohil, where the priest would open the victim's chest and cut out his heart.
Writing in 1684 he described Wigtown as an indifferently, but well-built town with a large, broad street.
Writing in the " Arthur Murray Silver Dance Notebook ", Lauré Haile, who first described " Western Swing ", listed the following songs / records as " Good Swing or Fox Trot Records ":
Writing Culture helped bring changes to both anthropology and ethnography often described in terms of being ' postmodern ,' ' reflexive ,' ' literary ,' ' deconstructive ,' or ' poststructural ' in nature in that the text helped to highlight the various epistemic and political predicaments that many practitioners saw as plaguing ethnographic representations and practices.
Writing for the Spanish journal La Vanguardia, commentator Sergio Vila-Sanjuán described the first volume of Eliade's Autobiography ( covering the years 1907 to 1937 ) as " a great book ", while noting that the other main volume was " more conventional and insincere.
* April 10: Writing again from Monroe, Howard described the situation: " Men galloping about-guns getting ready-wagons being filled and hurrying off, and everybody in commotion.
Writing to Charles I, Wentworth described Ormonde as " young, but take it from me, a very staid head ".
Writing for music website Allmusic, Mark Deming described Vincebus Eruptum as " a glorious celebration of rock & roll primitivism run through enough Marshall amps to deafen an army ", praising the band's " sound and fury " as one of the founding movements of heavy metal.
Writing in 1850, the British diplomat Sir Henry Charles Sirr described a visit to one of the elephants that had been used by Sri Vikrama Rajasinha, the last king of Kandy, to execute criminals.
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 in Salon. com, Joyce Millman disputed that Ally McBeal should even be described as a " women's show " -- that its representations of women were, in fact, a male fantasy.
Writing of her Radio 2 debut, Daily Telegraph radio critic, Gillian Reynolds described Feltz's voice as " like lemon tea with honey.
Writing in his 1998 classification, Rice recognized two of the subspecies of the common minke whale-B. a. scammoni ( Scammon's minke whale ) and a further ( taxonomically ) unnamed subspecies found in the Southern Hemisphere to which he gave the common name the dwarf minke whale ( first described by Best, 1986 ).
Writing of the " unusual excitement on the subject of religion " described in the First Vision story canonized by the LDS Church, Milton V. Backman, associate professor of history and religion at Brigham Young University, said that although " the tools of the historian " could neither verify nor challenge the First Vision, " records of the past can be examined to determine the reliability of Joseph's description regarding the historical setting.