His songs on Spotify are often misspelt, mistitled
or attributed to others.
Memoir?" SOJOURN: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia 31, no.
Lastly, in the reviewer's opinion, the book is somewhat mistitled
. It deals with far more than 24-hour cities.
Marianne Bastid-Bruguiere's, "France's Deluded Quest for Allies: Safeguarding Territorial Sovereignty and the Balance of Power in East Asia, 1931-1945," is the first chapter of the collection and is slightly mistitled
. She draws on a wide range of French primary sources as well as English, French, and Chinese secondary sources to examine France's effort to retain power in Vietnam from 1931 until 1941.
Chapter 4, "Collections Development and Management," is somewhat mistitled
, since it primarily focuses on preservation practices and the difficulties in prioritizing what to preserve and various "how to" approaches for both physical and digital materials.
The wonderful exhibition "Peter Saul: From Pop to Punk"--challenging, engrossing, troubling--which consisted of sixteen ambitious paintings and five equally ambitious drawings from the 1960s and '70s, was woefully mistitled
: There was nothing waywardly adolescent about this show, nothing punk, as I understand the meaning of both word and style.
In my view this book is mistitled
and should focus exclusively on the US, as the current sprinkling of contributions from other countries detract from the main body of work.
And John's chapter in Caribbean Dance from Abakua to Zouk: How Movement Shapes Identity, a book I edited in 2005, is mistitled
"Cuban Modern Dance" when it is actually called "The Tecnica Cubana."
Hercules: The Legend Begins) which came out in February, the Hercules being reviewed here -- the most expensive and ambitious of the bunch -- and the cheapo Hercules Reborn, about which I know nothing except that it stars WWE star John Hennigan and seems curiously mistitled
. Hercules reborn?
It takes 90 minutes for Dinesh D'Souza's rambling, mistitled
"America: Imagine the World Without Her'' to get to its real point.
(19) Similarly, in the egregiously mistitled
sermon "The Poor Man's Hope," John Gore acknowledges in passing that he "dare not [say] common beggars ...
Lord Home--strangely emerging doubly mistitled