That incident begins Anne's harrowingly
steep physical and mental decline as George attempts to care for her at home as she wishes.
The third movement, "The Abyss of the Birds," is one of the most demanding clarinet solos ever written, desolately and harrowingly
brooding on the sorrow of Time, with some relief from the composer's beloved blackbird song.
THE VERDICT Michael Haneke's art house delight might sound dull on paper - it gently, movingly and often harrowingly
deals with that great cinematic taboo of old age - but wonderful performances from Trintignant and Riva as elderly musicians give it real class.
official Gordon Weiss's relentlessly analytical The Cage: The Fight for Sri Lanka and the Last Days of the Tamil Tigers, and BBC journalist Frances Harrison's harrowingly
anecdotal Still Counting the Dead: Survivors of Sri Lanka's Hidden War.
The miserable, tense dinner party, in which food takes on a rank character and the ritual of eating is as joyless and jangly as a family dinner on the HBO series The Sopranos, harrowingly
parodies the collective wishes of the guests-to varying degrees of intensity and with different agendas-for joyful communion with David's body.
Interpretation is harrowingly
hard," said Katsanis, who is also director of the Duke Center for Human Disease Modeling.
Shakespeare's Hamlet presents another breached garden, but more interestingly, the Ghost's harrowingly
specific account of his murder metaphorically reinforces the significance of the corrupt aristocrat's trespass into private space.
However, when presented with requests from multiple organizations to work creatively with girls of African descent, Jaha-Echols found harrowingly
few resources available to help her understand the development of these girls.
The poem projects a vision of a just society in which women are united in articulating their identities on the basis of shared experiences, experiences that are seen as harrowingly
painful, something that Bowen agrees with in her contention that the persona's 'voice expresses a vision, not an actuality.
Within two years, Enoch Powell made his infamous "rivers of blood" speech which was endorsed enthusiastically by a large sector of the public; Dr Martin Luther King and Robert Kennedy were shot dead; Nigeria was gripped by a civil war made harrowingly
graphic by the photographs of the new "Sunday supplements"; and harsh reality everywhere mocked the optimism of the so-recent yesteryear.
If there is one thing to say about Cleave's writing, it is harrowingly
shocking and not in a bad way.
She also learned that Afghan women are still living in a harrowingly
oppressive society where forced marriage, domestic violence, honor killings and an unpalatable lack of freedom still exist.