With the hallmark of all truly great satirists, the diminutive guitar-wielding polemicist
already had songs in his hour-long repertoire about Steven Gerrard's on-off move to Chelsea and the terrorist bombs in London last week.
The volume opens with an exemplary essay by Elizabeth Clark that combines intellectual with medical and gender history to look at the debate between Augustine and the Pelagian polemicist
Julian of Eclanum.
As a polemicist
, Frum wants to launch conservative policies in the new century.
The book delivers on its title, examining Ambrose's varied roles as a defender of orthodoxy in the Arian debate, a leader in the civic affairs of Milan, a polemicist
against paganism, and a champion of the church against imperial encroachments.
His well-crafted study establishes Friedrich August von Hayek (1899-1992) as a great theoretician and polemicist
on behalf of capitalism, even as it lays bare the gaps in the Austrian economist's vision.
Bluff, affable and ever strategic, Buchanan mocks the distress of party warhorses as he seeks a coalition of the politically disaffected and displays his stump power as a polemicist
Hebrew poet, grammarian, and polemicist
who was the first to use Arabic meters in his verse, thus inaugurating a new mode in Hebrew poetry.
Meanwhile, if you'd like to know how a literary scholar, trained in the analysis of verse, transforms herself into a noted anti-Zionist polemicist
, The Jacqueline Rose Reader (Duke, February) walks you through the process.
Hill (English, Bath Spa University College, UK) presents a thorough recounting of the many writings of this contemporary of Shakespeare, who began as an itinerant playwright and general polemicist
, but became a pageant writer for the city of London.
This was a great journalist and a fine polemicist
who loved words, believing they had the power to make the changes in society that he so desired.
1) He was of course a young and rather wild polemicist
when he made the remark in 1923, one that could dismiss a Gothic cathedral as 'not a plastic work; it is a drama; a fight against the force of gravity, which is a sensation of a sentimental nature', (2) --the time-honed argument of the neo-Classicist against the Gothic.
I've long been baffled to see so many conservatives defend Coulter as a fiery and witty, if over-the-top, polemicist