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Williams, second on Diatribe in the Cox Plate later on the card, won 46 races, including two Group 1s, during his 20-week stay in Britain.
L Linda Marlowe in Diatribe of Love at the Chester Gateway, Friday, June 21.
Diatribe, a leading fancy for the Melbourne Cup on November 7, has been drawn in stall six for the 13-runner Cox Plate, while the favourite Sunline is on the wide outside.
Starting at 8-1, Diatribe finished with a strong run along the rails to beat Kaapstad Way by a length with the favourite, Fairway, another length and a quarter away in third.
This essay by Frank O'Hara creates a certain reality in response to the incredible Hilton Ms diatribe.
You shudder to think of Quentin's one long diatribe as Williams's grim self-portrait or his sweeping summation of gay life.
Any fears that this is just one more formulaic PC-bashing diatribe are dispelled on the book's second page, when Hughes launches a withering attack on contemporary America as "a polity obsessed with therapies and filled with distrust of formal politics; skeptical of authority and prone to superstition; its political language corroded by fake piety and euphemism.
More than with any classical landscape, the arrangement of action and setting in Diatribe converge in an uncanny way with that small, uncharacteristic painting by Van Gogh, Outskirts of Paris, 1886, which launched Clark's dissection of the topic and was then hardly known in the literature.
The omnipresent Indigo Girls figure on this CD too: Emily Saliers and Amy Ray sing backup lines like "Keep it to yourself" on Grauer's angry diatribe against "Gossip.