- n. Plural form of Wonder.
“Reading Daniyal Mueenuddin's mesmerizing first collection, In Other Rooms, Other Wonders, is like watching a game of blackjack, the shrewd players calculating their way beyond their dealt cards in an attempt to beat the dealer.”
“In the barn, home to the turkey, ducks and horses, there's an area he calls the "Wonders Room" that has elaborate rocket models, hiking gear and several pairs of night-vision binoculars.”
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“The stories in the anthology range from the professionally competent (Perry Glasser's "An Age of Marvels and Wonders" is probably the most proficient story, although it also contains the requisite degree of pathos to make it potentially appealing to Hollywood) to the utterly atrocious.”
“But for all that, the final roster of New Wonders is likely to be as unsurprising as Time's roster of finalists for Person of the Century.”
“Exploring love and learning, fear and fanaticism, and the struggle of science and religion to interpret the world at the cusp of the modern era, Year of Wonders is at once a story of unconventional love and a richly detailed evocation of a riveting moment in history.”
“Held in conjunction with the drawers installation, Small Wonders from the American Collections features an eclectic selection of seventy works of art on the walls and in the display cases above the drawers.”
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“The unsettling suggestion of Wonders is that these creatures might not be simply “bodies” that signify only God’s power over the physical, his ability to raise the physical, human body from the dead written in His creation of bodies fantastic. [”
“Hanks’ feature-directing debut about a doomed pop band from Erie, PA called The Wonders, is charming and focused.”
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