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Indeed, both activists had fractured relationships within intra-racial communities of women and scarcely represent a singular or authentic voice; instead, Feimster's Southern Horrors adumbrates the diverse positions on lynching that women held during the nadir of race relations.
A second theme on which he adumbrates is the power, or powerlessness of the Queen, because in the end the book is about the Queen and the British Monarchy.
Joan Didion comes close to believing the conspiracy theories she adumbrates, and in The Last Thing He Wanted (1996) characterization is overwhelmed by the reality of the Iran-Contra facts.
One of the many virtues of Gil's valuable and consistently interesting book is that it insists upon and adumbrates the possibilities of this resource.
Interweaving the narrative with a young mother searching for meaning and an entomologist whose rationalist diligence leads to the discovery of a new species of moth, Mettler adumbrates an underlying theme in all of his work: the search, as he puts it, for a "balance between intellect and intuition, order and chaos, action and perception.
Toomer's visionary goal of "raceless individuality" adumbrates this novel-as-manifesto rendering of Infants of the Spring, "the only published account of the Harlem group's plan to create a body of 'objective' literature.
In an historical postscript Jonathan Barry adumbrates an overview and reflects critically on the sociological scheme proposed by Habermas.
At the heart of empire he adumbrates powerlessness, living out of control, living with a sense of the tragic and the living out of faithful and caring family lives as prophetic acts of the peaceable kingdom.
McColley introduces reader-response theory and adumbrates an interesting theory of performed reading that is consonant with the notion of the everlasting gospel' that was certainly strongly advocated in the Interregnum.
Neil Parsons adumbrates the forthcoming joint-biography of Seretse Khama, of which he is one of the authors, with an examination of Seretse's impact on British public opinion in 1948-65 and in 1978; and that veteran Africanist, Anthony Kirk-Greene, brings the volume to a dignified conclusion with 'Doubly Elite: African Rhodes Scholars, 1960-90'.
When discussing polity and religion, she adumbrates the relevant scholarly debates and adds her own assessments where sources provide insight, but she firmly resists the temptation to "theorize prematurely.
In his concluding chapter Netton adumbrates a theory of semiotics for Islamic theology, be it medieval or modern, which can be pursued in four distinct ways: the way of the Ulama, i.