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“And you come back with some traveling anecdotalist?”
“But there were many other sides to him, such as his sense of the ridiculous and his genius as an anecdotalist.”
“And I am an anecdotalist. posted by Michelle @ 4: 24 PM, comments”
“And I am an anecdotalist. posted by Michelle @ 4: 24 PM,”
“Well, tone, for one thing: a talented anecdotalist puts on a performance in order to give his tale poignancy and point.”
“If you are a hard core anecdotalist nothing exists in any meaningful way beyond the situatedness of the phenomenon anyway.”
“I wish the exhibition had been arranged chronologically instead of by theme ( "Landscape Painting as a Science" or "The Rhythm of the Working Hand"): It would have been thrilling to follow the transition from gorgeous anecdotalist to roughhewn mystic.”
“Photograph: Eamonn Mccabe/Beowulf Sheehan Garrison Keillor - anecdotalist, radio host and laureate of small-town wholesomeness - is publishing a book of Interviewed about the book, Keillor found himself discussing the reaction to an anthology he published a few years ago; specifically, the admired modernist poet full-frontal assault on Keillor's "appalling taste".”
“She is an acute anecdotalist, sometimes with a ringside seat as history was being made.”
“Thomas is an accomplished anecdotalist, creating instantly accessible characters, from plummy post-colonial diplomats to a Middle Eastern”
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