edulcoration


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edulcoration

the process of sweetening or removing the acid or other impurities from a substance.
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A distance of time, an appropriate adjustment to the melo-feuilleton apparatus skillfully mixed with an edulcoration of material (a dilution of historical and political data to provide readers with), allows the writing of Ferrante to present and make accessible thematics frequented by Ramondino, such as women's political and social commitment in the Seventies.
Cette edulcoration du PMAD etait une condition sine qua non de son adoption, car elle apaisait la colere des elus des couronnes en dissipant leur crainte qu'il ne leur serait plus possible de developper leur municipalite, mais egalement parce qu'elle reaffirmait leur role de decideurs en leur permettant de conclure un marche politique, comme l'indique cet employe de la CMM qui a joue un role de premier plan dans ces tractations en coulisses:
In fact, his writings suffer the same fate in translation as do Marx's, a fate Althusser calls the "edulcoration" or sugar-coating of the text, aimed at minimizing if not eliminating its difficulties.