Unlike many twentieth-century American writers such as Robert Frost and William Faulkner, who sometimes took an almost perverse pleasure in playing games with their interviewers, Wright is refreshingly
honest and direct when being questioned.
He repeatedly and refreshingly
declines to simplify these dynamics, pushing his readers to embrace and engage their diversity.
, the discussion centers not on latent Western racism, leading to the devastation of Iraq, but rather on how the West proved so "capable of legitimizing a destructive undertaking wholly out of proportion with its announced objectives, and contrary to its own universally proclaimed standards.
And the ingredients in all three varieties -- Pizza, Tex-Mex, and Greek -- are refreshingly
free of synthetic dyes, flavors, and preservatives.
It exhibits a smooth and harmonious texture, with a distinctive flavor and refreshingly
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likes its characters a lot.
Buoyed by laughs amid the pathos, 20 Centimeters is a feel-good movie for people who usually hate feel-good movies--and a refreshingly
angst-free contribution to gay cinema.
For an animated film, Monster House is refreshingly
scary, and though hardly terrifying it should keep youngsters glued to the edge of their seats with absorbed attention.
In this refreshingly
angst-free semi-autobiography, nineteen-year-old Paul moves out of his suburban parents' home, enters art school in Montreal, and discovers the excitement of living in the big city.
While it may prove an unusual handbook for the general collection, any college-level collection strong in folktales will find it refreshingly
different and worthy of acquisition.
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