implacableness


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And the evidence concerning the object, greatness, regularity, and implacableness of the abuse must be as clear as "the light of the sun." The bulk of Burke's speech on Fox's East India Bill delves into the nitty-gritty of the British administration of India, supplying ample evidence demonstrating that the conduct of the East India Company under the direction of Governor-General Hastings represented an extreme abuse of power that obliged Parliament to implement far-reaching reforms.
Charlebois's study, part of a series devoted to "Understanding Modern European and Latin American Literature," surveys Cela's ten most important novels, and she quite rightly focuses on the implacableness of his narrative scrutiny of the human enterprise.