refinedly

refinedly

(rɪˈfaɪnədlɪ)
adv
in a refined manner
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Armah's novels of liberation, like some of the world's oldest literature, are designed to speak of "revolutionary changes in social, economic and political structures in a language that is as unambiguous as, though more refinedly poetic than, Marx's explosively alliterative 'expropriation of the expropriators" (Armah 2007).
In America, as Malcohn Cowley states in "The Time of Rhetoricians" that the poet or creator has been superseded in modern America by the 'rhetoricians', i.e., by the refinedly competent critic by the Alexandrine man of letters.