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We looked around bewilderedly, excitedly, nervously, as an attendant searched the lot.
The poor animal did not know where he was, darting bewilderedly though neighbourhoods, causing panic among parents.
Publication of quality writings by these combatant-litterateurs partially replied to what Cecil day Lewis (1904-1972) bewilderedly questioned--in wake of the dearth of war writings in the initial years of the 1939-45 confrontation--in his eight-liner "Where are the War Poets?", published in Penguin New Writing, February 1941.
"Nobody remembered her," he added bewilderedly. A bit later, I was in my grandmother's kitchen, talking to Mary Genovese, who remained unmarried for her entire life along with her bachelor brother in their parents' house, just two doors down from my grandmother's.
Its brusque style at times evokes an oddball fusion of Jane Bowles and John Steinbeck--especially as it recounts how its bewilderedly wearied characters, victims of impassive and impulsive cruelties, struggle on.