Plunkett links the philosophical problem of scepticism to a way of writing, an essayistic
He was astonishingly prolific until his untimely death at age 59, writing some dozen major books, all marked by breathtaking erudition and a provocative essayistic
style, says a review on the Princeton University Press website.
Coupled with Carey's engaging storyteller's voice and elegant essayistic
style, these three rhetorical strategies helped Carey's writings captivate so many readers.
He says the essayistic
bold takes of his movies are in some way their purpose.
The genre covers a variety of filmmaking types -- from animated, essayistic
, and experimental work, to traditional narratives and documentaries.
The arbitrary nature of a diary allows the interpolation of essayistic
fragments and translated poems from Greek, French, and Russian, which, skillfully connected, become perfect additions to the main text.
Simeka noted that rather than personal memoirs, it represents a wider, essayistic
picture of Slovakia of the past half a century.The second award hails the generously conceived ecumenical edition of comments to the Old Testament that has no par in Slovak culture.
The two case studies chosen are Les homes du port (Alain Tanner, 1995) and Of Time and the City (Terence Davies, 2008), both using an essayistic
approach to explore what happens when port cities (Genoa and Liverpool respectively) are threatened with the loss of their local identity.
A major reason for the film's essayistic
quality is the striking cinematography of DP Talal Khoury.
This anecdote is narrated by Jones in Fall into Ruin, 2017, a slide-show video featuring a voice-over focusing on the time he spent with Iolas accompanied by historical and essayistic
reflections on the gallerist's life and times.