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Kermode confesses unguardedly that his book took "a long time to write.
One also senses the care Epstein must have taken to select exactly the right point of view, from which the scene would appear at once to open itself unguardedly and to hang together--to compose itself--as an aesthetic whole, his ideal throughout the book.
Yet I find myself in great sympathy with Wesley's unbridled romance with "the Book of God," declared as unguardedly as the love of a teenage girl.
Having lived out of time for so long, Zuckerman unguardedly steps into the future, unprepared for, among other things, the onslaught of technological gadgetry, especially the omnipresent distraction of the cell phone.
Creating links to anybody unguardedly, without detailed analyses, will draw you down to the bottom, even if only few moments ago you seemed to be safe and stabile.
ACH2, for example, is Seligman's photograph of Datu, a Balau Iban man, who smiles quite unguardedly in a grassy clearing.
The episode itself (Capote's voice and style, speaking unguardedly on a crowded train) raises the question of how public it was possible to be about homosexuality in that period, but so does his career, which seems to back up Capote's strange denial that homophobia put him, or anyone else, at a disadvantage.
In P-town, Williams fell in love unguardedly for perhaps the only time in his life, with a 22-year-old Canadian draft dodger and dancer, Kip Kiernan, whom the playwright thought resembled the Russian dancer Vaslav Nijinsky.
perhaps unguardedly, hold that the presumption [of res ipsa] shifts the
The editors of the Recorder, besieged in 1866 with petitions and letters from those essentially without means who were seeking to advertise for lost relations, offered unguardedly caustic remarks that underlined the paper's profit motive: "We are continually receiving letters from persons in search of lost relations, who wish to advertise for them, and yet do not send a single cent to pay for the notice or advertisement.
Jameson unguardedly called a "total" historical rupture.