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- n. an appraisal based on careful analytical evaluation
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7. Peter R. Breggin, M.D., “Fluvoxamine as a cause of stimulation, mania and aggression with a critical analysis of the FDA-approved label,” International Journal of Risk & Safety in Medicine, 2001.
Only two writers mention it, briefly and with puzzlement—Norman Rosten, a close friend and member of the wedding party, in his memoir, and Carl Rollyson in a critical analysis of Monroe’s work as an actress.
On the chapter as a whole it may yet briefly be observed that the critical analysis wavers, revealing how the results of criticism are far from "assured."
In this case J never bridged over the gap from Bethel to Haran, an absurdity, which Procksch in the interest of defending the critical analysis expressly defends.