It is therefore evident that the unravelling
of the plot, no less than the complication, must arise out of the plot itself, it must not be brought about by the 'Deus ex Machina'--as in the Medea, or in the Return of the Greeks in the Iliad.
But there are perchance, other readers, who have not found it useless to study the aesthetic and philosophic thought concealed in this book, and who have taken pleasure, while reading "Notre-Dame-de-Paris," in unravelling
beneath the romance something else than the romance, and in following
The Discursive Ecology of Homophobia: Unravelling
Anti-LGBTQ Speech on the European Far Right
Yarny begins tethered to something important at the start of the game and goes on an adventure riddled with challenges, attempting to make it to the end without unravelling
Starring a literally unravelling
threaded doll, you'll travel the Scandinavian countryside for tokens of memories for an ageing grandmother, learning how to use your unique form and the weighty detritus of the world to aid your progress across the land.
(2) Robin Yassin-Kassab, "The Unravelling
by Emma Sky Review--an Insider's View of the Iraq Conflict," The Guardian (London), June 6, 2015, retrieved from http://www.theguardian.com/books/2015/jun/06/ the-unravelling-emma-sky-review-high-hopes-missed-opportunities-iraq
India had argued to the Malaysian authorities that Sri Lanka did not immediately require Sulaiman's custody and he could be a key to unravelling
mysteries behind the botched terror plot wherein ISI-backed groups were planning to target the US consulate in Chennai and the Israeli consulate in Bangalore, the sources said.
Simon Thomas said the "unravelling
of a key commitment" by Education Minister Leighton Andrews was representative of a "culture of permanent revolution in his department".