In his "Jerusalem Address: The Novel and Europe", Kundera also advocates a similar kind of novel, positing Cervantes as the inaugurator
of such a tradition.
God is the Creator of the human being, and simultaneously also the Inaugurator
of sex and of sexual difference.
The book is to be the inaugurator
of a series devoted to Rand on major themes in the philosophical lexicon.
31) Mythic residue is what Coover warns us we have to struggle against at the outset of his career in Pricksongs & Descants, in his dedicatory homage to the inaugurator
of metafiction, Cervantes.
s aim here is to argue more comprehensively that Paul was the inaugurator
of the Christian use of this paradigm.
Yet his coming to be seen as a savior figure, as an inaugurator
of the millennium, was not his work alone.
And to him goes the credit as the inaugurator
of the great tradition of Nigerian literature--that tradition which highlights the dignity of our manhood and our oral heritage.
Automotive consultant and inaugurator
of the prize, Christian Philippsen, said, 'Ian Callum, Jaguar's design director, and his team have achieved not only a beautiful design in clothing a world-premiere and mouth-watering technology, but also a true Jaguar, projecting the brand's DNA into the future without an ounce of nostalgia.
FOR a long time I have been a supporter of Museums, formerly known as Museums and Galleries in Liverpool, and I have been since the organisation was founded by the government and had an auspicious successful inaugurator
in the late Sir Richard Foster of blessed memory.
OVER THE LAST TWO DECADES MARIA EDGEWORTH HAS BEEN RECOVERED for the history of British novels as the inaugurator
of the Irish national tale, a sub-genre that facilitated the tradition's transformation in the early nineteenth century.