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Goldman limpidly conveys the sadness of Judah Monis's forty-year career at Harvard.
The limpidly beautiful Airs set to Handel with Taylor in his cheery transcendental Baroque mood, and the playful, yet suggestively tragic, Sunset, an evocation to softly imperial Elgar of soldiers and their girls on the eve of battle, have been better rehearsed in the past.
In contrast, La fuga flows limpidly, the way American films do" (Cozarinsky, On Film 47).
Limpidly written, it challenges the reader to shun the simplistic explanations and the ready catch phrases that fetter a proper appreciation of complexities born of separate yet valid rationales.