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“Unsentimental, intelligent, and warm, this endlessly amusing comedy of manners is the best first novel I've read in a long time.”
“Unsentimental and undeterred, her father and brother then managed to get Lucrezia married off to Alfonso d'Este, eldest son of the Duke of Ferrara – again, a marriage of political and papal convenience.”
“(Soundbite of song, "Taxi Cab") Mr. KOENIG: (Singing) Unsentimental, driving around, sure of myself, sure of it now.”
“Unsentimental portrayal of the turbulent events surrounding the short and ill-starred reign of Richard III, and in particular the dramatic role played by Henry Stafford Duke of Buckingham.”
“Unsentimental, terse, and cleverly ironic 80's New Wave post-punk.”
“This is a very, very late response to a very old post, but if you haven't read Taras Grescoe's "Sacre Blues: An Unsentimental Journey Through Quebec", I'd highly recommend it!”
“Unsentimental loyalties, such as the zealous but unsentimental professional loyalty of a lawyer to a client, are not unthinking, but have their rationale in associational tele, such as that of the adversarial system (but see McConnell).”
“Unsentimental and daft -- like Ranma 1/2 brought to the screen as a live-action show but without the transmogrification into animals and girls.”
“Unsentimental and diagnostic, she reports from the heart of darkness.”
“Unsentimental and factual, he writes as though his thoughts had the quality of self-evidence.”
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