Jeanice Brooks masterfully
places a simple song type in historical, social, cultural, literary, gender, and musical contexts, demonstrating how varied the influences on a genre can be.
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.
Oh, how masterfully
Clinton has set the national agenda in the year of our lord, 1998.
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.
Directed by Heidi Ewing and Rachel Grady, two brilliant award-winning filmmakers who masterfully
capture the current state of progressive Christianity in today's society.
Witty, articulate, epigrammatic, humourous, touching, occasionally grimly descriptive, each carefully crafted verse is a masterfully
presented use of language to convey emotions, ideas, contexts, and world we live in.
Many homes enjoy large balconies and terraces; all feature superb finishes and masterfully
As usual, USC coach Pete Carroll masterfully
coordinated the welcome for Mayo.
Highlights include William Trevor's gripping, anxious coming-of-age tale of an Irish boy in "The Dressmaker's Child"; Stephanie Reents's surreal, sorrowful "Disquisition on Tears," about a woman suffering from cancer; Alice Munro's masterfully
subtle "Passion"; and Deborah Eisenberg's story of a young woman's self-discovery in "Window.
1660), who created the prototype of the first operatic prima donna; Nancy Storace (1765-1817), Mozart's "Susanna" (in The Marriage of Figaro) who masterfully
combined comedic talent and acting ability with singing; Giuditta Pasta (1797-1865), whose tremendous vocal and dramatic talents inspired Bellini's Norma and whose singing Chopin called "sublime"; Wilhelmine Schroder-Devrient (1804-1860), whose dramatic performance of Fidelio profoundly influenced Wagner's development of music dramas; Jenny Lind (1820-1887), the superstar who literally took America by storm; and Marian Anderson (1897-1993) whose determination and lovely contralto voice helped break down racial barriers.