The last, tempestuously
esthetic revolution in the territory of modern Hebrew/contemporary Israeli poetry took place more than four decades ago, in the early fifties.
Tom Hulce strikes the right tone as this version of Quasimodo and Demi Moore is perfect as a tempestuously
sexy gypsy, Esmeralda.
If one doesn't, a thus tempestuously
greeted person will stand there a little silly and shy.
These are the sorts of features to which Henry James alludes when he tempestuously
dismisses Davis for her "injudicious straining after realistic effects which leave nature and reality at an infinite distance behind and beside them" (183).
Amos looks for romantic reconciliation on the somber piano ballad, "A Silent Night with You," the earthy and organic pagan opus, "Winter's Carol" and tempestuously
orchestrated, "Our New Year.
They seemed to row furiously, then make up tempestuously