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The suite surely deserves wider public performance and, had time permitted, an immediate encore repeat of the work would have driven home the remarkableness of the composition.
Thus, the remarkableness of Jessica Lynch's presence in the Iraqi line of fire can be read as deeply unsettling this masculine identity and therewith in need of rescripting.
1) Of course, not everyone is convinced of the decision's remarkableness.
The race of this man might not immediately seem significant--Binx does not, for example, consciously reflect on the remarkableness of integration within the Catholic Church--but the very fact that he is one of so few African Americans in the novel suggests otherwise.
Moreover, the word "literacy," alluding to the remarkableness of Moraga's being literate at all under conditions of racism and poverty, calls to mind the legally enforced illiteracy of African Americans under slavery.