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  • The book is both a tragedy based in love-hatred and a study of unbridgeable racial conflicts.

    The Nobel Prize in Literature 2007 - Bio-bibliography

  • 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.

    Kenneth Hite's Journal

  • 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.

    Express Milwaukee

  • 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.

    The McBrides A Romance of Arran

  • 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.

    Chicago Reader


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