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The book is both a tragedy based in love-hatred and a study of unbridgeable racial conflicts.
The style and voice are the same sort of mulligatawney of Robert Louis Stevenson and Arthur Conan Doyle, without the energies of fear and love-hatred that Rohmer brings to his paranoia.
Maddin's love-hatred for Winnipeg has a few concrete targets, especially civic leaders who demolish landmark buildings and replace them with faceless sports arenas-all in the name of luxury skyboxes.
You'll be forgetting me soon, "and the man let his arm drop from her shoulders, and the cold intolerant pride of his voice stung like a whip-lash, for he never could thole that the woman he loved could even have a thought different from his own, let alone a love-hatred.
Seberg as the archetypal American abroad); an emulation of the American gangster movie, and a love-hatred for America in general; radically employed jump cuts that have the effect of a needle skipping gaily across a record; and a taste for literary, painterly, and musical quotations, as well as original aphorisms.