Ask AI3: What is simple?
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So simple, in fact, that it might even work -- although Pamela, now, in her new frame of mind, was careful not to pretend too much assurance.
On her bureau lay a small, brass ornament of simple design and faded engraving -- an object which, Pamela believed now, had been the property of her great-grandfather, Major Hiram Munroe Culver.
As she was rather tired this evening, her simple `` Thank you for the use of your bath '' -- when she sat down opposite him -- spoken in a low voice, came across with coolnesses of intelligence and control.
Somehow the thought of a simple man bewildered by things no one had ever really helped him understand moved the driver.
Besides, her endearments and caresses in the carriage had been new and stirring experiences to the simple youth.
He must have fallen in with evil companions, for he was a simple youth and quite trusting and inexperienced.
Most avant-garde creators, true to their interest in the self-sufficiency of pure movement, have tended to dress their dancers in simple lines and solid colors ( often black ) and to give them a bare cyclorama for a setting.
This understanding provides a very simple example of the fact that one can eliminate fear without instituting any controls.
For better or worse we cannot regard `` imitation '' in the arts in the simple mode of classical rationalism or detached realism.
Because the responsibility for resolving the issue lay with the President, rather than with his doctors, nothing raises more surely for us the difficulties simple goodness faces in dealing with complex moral problems under political pressure.
Yet the attitude that the fate of the Presidency demands in such a situation is quite distinct from the simple courage that can proceed with battles to be fought, regardless of the consequences.
Its massive contours are rooted in the simple need of man, since he is always incomplete, to complete himself.
Others call it `` alienation '', and mean by that no simple economic experience ( as Marx does ) but a deep spiritual sense of dislocation.
Moreover its posture of stubborn but simple resistance is doomed to failure because of the metaphysical weakness of the existent form of order, once the activation of change has reached visible proportions.
Faulkner's total works today, and in fact those of his works which existed in 1946 when Mr. Cowley made his comment, or in 1939, when Mr. O'Donnell wrote his essay, reveal no such simple attitude toward the South.
One who invites such trials of character is either foolhardy, overconfident or too simple and childlike in faith in mankind to see the danger.