Le-Duc-Pennec A, Le-Roux PY, Cornily
JC, Jaffrelot M, Delluc A, de Saint-Martin L et al.
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predictable, coming from the publisher of a WWII magazine.
Vuilleumier N, Le Gal G, Cornily
JC, Hochstrasser D, Bounameaux H, Aujesky D, et al.
The special effects may be thrilling to behold but the story - starring Antonio Banderas and Juliette Binoche - is formulaic and cornily
Despite fears their gold and copper FORMULAIC Cornily
told mine is dangerously unsafe, miners head 2,300ft under the Atacama Desert where, as we all know, a series of cave-ins leave them stranded.
But a few paragraphs further on, he complained that they had already become "a generation of social-declaimer decriers"--with a couple of exceptions, of course: Allen Ginsberg and Corso "were great poets" and "both of us, somewhat romantically yes, but not cornily
, will die for our poetry." Corso mentions another exception: "Nor have I anything against tradition; if there is one poet I love writing today it's Robert Lowell; but the world goes and its cattiness of who to love and who not to love, will make impossible, let's say, a meeting and a love between he and Ginsberg, whereas they both have that SOUL.
We made each other laugh and - yes, rather cornily
, I realise - I suggested to Josie that we try writing it all down and weaving it into a novel.