If one has a taste for that kind of thing the merest starting-point becomes a coign of vantage
, and then by a series of logically deducted verisimilitudes one arrives at truth--or very near the truth--as near as any circumstantial evidence can do.
Madeleine Brindley picks Coign of Vantage
by Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema, Getty Museum, Malibu
From my coign of vantage
, however-and in the experience of other New York clinicians--the system routinely defaults to the dictum: "When in doubt, transfer out.
Like its sister novels, the third book of Eleanora Tate's South Carolina Trilogy exposes the intricate web of interconnections between family and community problems; simultaneously, it moves in a new direction to explore from an African-American child's coign of vantage
increasingly complex issues of personal and social conscience.