This fixed idea of the rhapsodist was delivered with animated enthusiasm, in a manner entirely declamatory
, for he had plainly no skill as a dialectician.
At one time, I, merely in common civility, asked after her cough; immediately her long visage relaxed into a smile, and she favoured me with a particular history of that and her other infirmities, followed by an account of her pious resignation, delivered in the usual emphatic, declamatory
style, which no writing can portray.
He had chosen this work, he said, because the declamatory
style was framed in imitation of the Eastern authors.
Some of my readers may remember a little book from her pen, published in Paris, a mystically bad-tempered, declamatory
, and frightfully disconnected piece of writing, in which she all but admits the foreknowledge, more than hints at its supernatural origin, and plainly suggests in venomous innuendoes that the guilt of the act was not with the terrorists, but with a palace intrigue.
Here Ishmael believed he might leave his infants in comparative security, under the protection of their spirited mother, and here he now found Esther engaged at her ordinary domestic employments, surrounded by her daughters, and lifting her voice, in declamatory
censure, as one or another of the idle fry incurred her displeasure, and far too much engrossed with the tempest of her own conversation to know any thing of the violent scene which had been passing below.
Grosvenor was able to meet its formidable demands with both a delicate touch and ample weight and sonority for its many declamatory
STANLEY ON BETTE DAVIS She swept in, walked to the window and with that inimitable declamatory
husk, she announced, 'All you can do in this goddam country is drink.
Building on the work of Jeremy Butler's Television Style (Routledge, 2010) and Gibbs and Pye's Close-Up series, Jacobs and Peacock maintain that television studies must address the role of aesthetics and style in the production, reception, and distribution of television programs; they note that "television is as capable as film of creating expressive richness in moments that are at once fleeting, demonstrative and dramatically declamatory
, climatic, or seemingly inconsequential" (6).
It is to be hoped that, while remaining faithful to its own understanding of the truth, the Roman Catholic Church will not bracket this question out of discussion as 'non-negotiable,' and that the other churches will not entrench themselves behind a declamatory
rejection of the 'claims' of Rome and refuse to come to grips with the basic question which these claims pose.
The program closes with the first three songs from Gustav Hoist's 1908 cycle, The House of bfi, notable for their spiritual tone and declamatory
24-carat classics like Diamonds Are Forever and Big Spender also got an airing, before Bassey bowed out with a barnstorming, declamatory
I Am What I Am - namely, a 70-year-old Welsh woman who can still show kids less than half her age just how to put on a gig.
Netizens were quick to slam Mr Christensen's tweet for being appalling and embarrassing for having to depict Asia in such declamatory