With over 550 colour photographs complementing Newbury's concise and knowledgeable commentary, it details everything from the quirkily
fanciful--such as Toyota's one-man concept car the PM, to more mundane and functional creations like the Ford Freestyle.
The single-storey house is anchored at one end by a quirkily
faceted tower, formed from a timber frame encased in plywood which contains the dining room and a tornado shelter below and the master bedroom above.
The composer, David Yazbek, comes to Broadway from rock and roll and Late Night With David Letterman with a refreshing blast of quirkily
digressive lyrics and melodies that sound new (if not exactly groundbreaking).
The eponymous Ravelstein is a Rabelaisian academic: larger than life, judgmental yet generous, seemingly gluttonous yet with quirkily
refined, if huge, appetites.
For some computers, that glitch will come earlier than December 31, 1999, since some satellite clocks are quirkily
programmed to change years on the night of August 31.
modernist sensibility has since endeared him to contemporary writers and thinkers as various as Martin Walser (no relation), Susan Sontag, William H.
There are quirkily
humorous ensembles, like cartoon strips; solos of potent theatricality (Chryst's feral, explosive dance is a searing wail of anguish); and fluid formations presented as ritual.
Faith Gildenhuys's edition of The Bachelors Banquet (1603), an anonymous rendition of Lez Quinze Joies de Mariage, is a much less pleasing work from a literary point of view, though it was admired, quirkily
, by Swinburne.
As pop-nihilist Andy Warhol quirkily
put it in his 1970 book, Popism, "It was fun to see the Museum of Modem Art people next to the teenyboppers next to the amphetamine queens next to the fashion editors.
Scholars and editors devote careful attention to their work; revisionist critics call for fresh appreciations; but the novelists stubbornly refuse to move to the centre of the canon, and remain quirkily
The result is impressive: a tight, clean, sometimes quirkily
humorous and often emotionally intense fable for the end of this century.
Now, in the quirkily
interesting Janet Reno, Clinton seems finally to have found himself a credible A.