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It is this "tragic" point-of-view (Carter is limned as a King Lear figure) which impels Isaac to trumpet the end of patriarchal monarchy as a historically significant outcome of the American Revolution, already so by the time of Carter's death in 1778.
As Reisman constructs the family timeline against carefully limned settings, replete with Buffalo neighborhoods and four seasons of intense weather, each sibling's viewpoint vouches for the accuracy of the others', although it seems that this is the only aspect of life on which the siblings would agree.
Lafcadio Hearn, shortly after landing at Yokohama in 1890, described "wind-waves from the snowy cone of Fuji" and limned a reality where "everybody is small, and queer, and mysterious.
Sinuous drainage channels appear to lead to a shoreline limned by ground fog and structures that resemble sandbars.
As conspiracy theories go, the one limned in American Assassination is pretty simple: An electromagnetic pulse device, of "EMP," was used to kill the plane's instruments and cause it to crash, whereupon the FBI rushed to the scene and removed the cockpit voice recorder.
Later, to his good fortune, the vibrant Louisiana years would be limned and become the source of his inspiration, moments he worm return to again and again for motivation, plots, place and characterization.
From the pining self-doubt of "Self Help" ("Remind myself that I'm not just in it for the money") to the ferocity of "Stone Thrown" to the empty, careening space of "Panic Attack," Knights and Pardijanian have limned compact episodes full of pithy observations and off-kilter metaphors: "I'm the stone you've just thrown into the ocean/How many stones have you thrown?
I wonder what living by such light would be: soft collusion of moonshine with grey gables; walls in a whitewashed trance; argentine grass; twigs limned in pewter.
27) Significantly, due to his belief in that Other, Bakhtin was sent into exile, limned as Other to Stanlinism.
It's a delightful book, filled with colorful characters quickly but deftly limned.
Now, the scumbled outlines of summer-lustrous, summer-soft--are limned into focus by the fall, October's thin light.
The premiere of Woolf Phrase, on a bare stage, featured Richard Siegal speaking passages by Virginia Woolf and frisking like a puppy as Prue Lang limned a seagull, cawing and all.