Seuss' children's classic masterfully
weaves in themes of alienation and difference (the Grinch is this way because he was taunted for being different as a child) that could easily apply to lesbian kids.
An appealing and enlightening book, Galileo's Daughter is masterfully
researched and narrated, but its title is misleading.
Once inside "the family," Berezovsky masterfully
parlayed political connections into cash.
It is that spirit of Silicon Valley that Lewis so masterfully
depicts along this journey of technological discovery and incredible wealth that has yet to end.
Central Station (Sony Pictures Classics: 1998) In Brazilian filmmaker Walter Salles' masterfully
understated parable of unlikely redemption, Dora (Fernanda Montenegro) is a callous ex-school-teacher who has set up shop in Rio's main train station, writing--but never delivering--letters for the hopeful and desperate.
The makers of both films masterfully
accomplish what others fail to achieve--telling a good story.
The waters are the focus of Saint James's first two double-page spreads, a format that she makes use of masterfully
and movingly in this book.
The excellent screenwriting of Gerald DiPego and the gestural cues masterfully
directed by Jon Turteltaub establish that it is not a party but a celebration (a subtle but important difference) that everyone turns out for.
Considered the finest work of Elizabethan literary criticism, Sidney's elegant essay suggests that literature is a better teacher than history or philosophy, and it masterfully
refutes Plato's infamous decision to ban poets from the state in his Republic.
Italian novelist Alessandro Barbero masterfully
re-creates the Zeitgeist of Gorbachev's Russia through an array of carefully crafted and dynamic characters.
This simple quiz - masterfully
co-anchored by Alexander Armstrong and
For seven years, we have witnessed that our government knows how to masterfully
impose a topic which at the given moment has the goal to defocus the public from the unpleasant every-day life, former functionary Kire Naumov writes for Dnevnik.